LINEUPS OUTLOOK: PIT's pliable lineup; two post-hype batting order risers

Assessing teams' lineups on a weekly basis does not always provide a breakthrough moment. However, when reviewing Pittsburgh's batting orders over the last seven days, some trends became clear. This will be covered in detail momentarily. In a win-now society and mindset in fantasy baseball leagues, post-hype prospects fly below the radar in the preseason, with their breakout seasons sometimes getting overlooked. It's far too soon for taking a victory lap on any player, but two outfielders may be on the precipice of one, and rising in their teams' respective lineups as a result. All covered in this week's Lineups Outlook. 

Pirates' Pliability

Although the focus usually lies on a hitter or two moving up or down in the lineup, a trend...

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