AL East: Rosario eyes a regular role

Tampa Bay Rays

Earlier this offseason, Tampa Bay agreed to a one-year deal with Amed Rosario, who was coming off of a down season in 2023 in which he was relegated to a weak-side platoon role after being traded from Cleveland to the Dodgers. At the time of the signing, Rosario’s role appeared to be limited to the weak side of a platoon at second base with Brandon Lowe. Rosario, though, has had a strong start to the spring (.333/.333/.667, 2 HR, 2 SB in 24 PA) after training at Driveline Baseball facility in the offseason, focusing on tweaking his launch angle to hit the ball in the air more frequently. Notably, Rosario also turned down at least one more lucrative offer (from the New York Yankees), with his agent telling the New York...

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