PT Tomorrow

Alain
de Leonardis
February 19, 2020 1:06 AM GMT
Who are some of the candidates to fill in for Hamels in the ATL rotation? Plus: Villar in MIA, NYM LF competition, finding a position for Segura in PHI, 1B in WAS, and more.
Dan
Marcus
February 18, 2020 1:06 AM GMT
There are a trio of candidates for one spot in the CHC outfield. Plus, exciting depth options in the STL outfield, less exciting depth options for the MIL outfield, the woeful catching situation in PIT, and Raisel Iglesias's hold on saves in CIN.
Matt
Dodge
February 17, 2020 1:06 AM GMT
In addition to the five returning incumbent closers, who are the other interesting AL Central pitchers bridging the starter-to-closer gap?
Matt
Dodge
February 12, 2020 1:07 AM GMT
While the tops of the AL Central rotations appear to be settled as pitchers report, the back end assignments are very much in flux.
Alain
de Leonardis
February 11, 2020 1:06 AM GMT
Everything you always wanted to know about Mets C* (*but were afraid to ask). Plus: ATL OF depth; bullpen options in MIA and PHI; 3B in WAS; more.
Dan
Marcus
February 05, 2020 1:07 AM GMT
The recent signings of Nick Castellanos and Shogo Akiyama have created a crowded outfield in CIN. Plus, rotation overviews for CHC and MIL, the young infield in PIT, and the closer situation in STL.
Jock
Thompson
February 04, 2020 1:06 AM GMT
Shohei Ohtani will be 18 months past Tommy John surgery on Opening Day. But when he next pitches for LAA is still one of their many rotation questions. The OAK OF outlook, SEA catchers, TEX 1B and more...
Brian
Slack
January 29, 2020 2:00 AM GMT
The post-Bumgarner era is officially underway in SF, while SD welcomes a new 2B to town; plus 3B depth in COL, LA catchers and the ARI bullpen.
Kristopher
Olson
January 28, 2020 1:07 AM GMT
In Reese McGuire and Danny Jansen, TOR has two 25-year-old catchers. But which has the better upside? Also: Another shot at redemption for Davis in BAL, bullpen thoughts in BOS and TAM, and Andujar's new positions in NYY.
Matt
Dodge
January 22, 2020 1:07 AM GMT
An early winter flurry of activity suggests that the White Sox may be winning the bat race to overtake the Indians as the chief competition for the Twins in the AL Central.
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