PT Tomorrow

Kristopher
Olson
May 21, 2018 1:06 AM GMT
His own struggles—and other considerations—could send Drew Pomeranz to the BOS bullpen. Also: Hess takes his best shot to stick in BAL rotation, Gray's struggles in NYY, Arroyo's arrival in TAM, void in ninth in TOR.
Sam
Grant
May 19, 2018 1:08 AM GMT
Jonathan Villar has been 25% worse than the league-average hitter since his breakout 2016 campaign. Plus, infield depth in CHC, CIN prospect Nick Senzel, shuffling of setup RP in PIT, and a look a struggling STL outfielders.
Brian
Slack
May 18, 2018 1:06 AM GMT
A thumb injury to DJ Lemahieu could open up 2B at-bats in COL, while the LA and SD rotations look for reinforcements, plus ARI catchers and SF third basemen.
Jock
Thompson
May 17, 2018 1:07 AM GMT
TEX continues to grapple with MLB-ready depth issues in the wake of Adrian Beltre's latest DL stint. Plus, LAA's bullpen woes, Ken Giles' grasp on the HOU ninth inning, Dan Vogelbach's latest surge and more.
Brandon
Kruse
May 16, 2018 1:06 AM GMT
11 HR and improved contact might soon earn Christin Stewart a call-up in DET. Plus, Mondesi in KC, Logan Morrison's in MIN, Salazar's shut-down in CLE, and Fulmer/Giolito struggles in CHW.
Fred
Zinkie
May 15, 2018 1:06 AM GMT
The emergence of Matt Adams could lead to the Nationals eventually having too many appealing lineup options.
Kristopher
Olson
May 14, 2018 1:06 AM GMT
If Alvarez (DH, BAL) can rebound from a hamstring injury, he may claim the 3B job in BAL, at least for a while. Also: Swihart's roster status in BOS, Walker winning 1B time in NYY, Gomez shows signs of life in TAM and SS churns again in TOR.
Sam
Grant
May 12, 2018 1:07 AM GMT
Coming off the disabled list, Adam Wainwright will need to show signs of rejuvenation quickly before the Cardinals turn to younger options. Also, looks at SP in CHC and CIN, how MIL will fill in Vogt’s void, and backup OF options in PIT.
Brian
Slack
May 11, 2018 1:06 AM GMT
Could the SD outfield have a new speed source? The ARI bullpen and updates on the SF outfield, plus a look at COL catchers and the ripple effect of a Justin Turner return in LA.
Jock
Thompson
May 10, 2018 1:06 AM GMT
In dealing with poor performances from their OFs not named Springer, the Astros have an embarrassment of riches. Not so with LAA, SEA, and TEX, all of whom have corner outfield issues that are looking for solutions...
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