DIVISIONAL OUTLOOK: AL East—Pitchers and catchers

The Divisional Outlook column is a new feature at BaseballHQ.com for 2013. Each column—one per day except on Sunday—will be dedicated to one division and attempt to identify and examine playing-time issues as, or even before, they become news. Player skills history, a team's track record with player development, managerial tendencies and organizational depth will all be considerations. The combination of the revamped Playing Time (news analysis) column and the Divisional Outlook (forward looking) column will cover all aspects of player performance on a day-to-day basis in 2013. —Ed.

As pitchers and catchers are the first to report to spring training, it is apropos to take a look at some of the more pressing preseason issues each AL...


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