From Paul Goldschmidt in St. Louis to Josh Donaldson in Atlanta, we tell you what to expect from some familiar faces in new places.
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Before chatting with music legend Garth Brooks about his time with the Pirates (29:35), Buster and Boog Sciambi dish on projected win totals and much more (2:49). Plus, Coley Harvey with some "Inside Heat" on the Yankees (36:21) and we remember the life of the late Nick Cafardo.
Some teams take a stars-and-scrubs approach, some have depth but lack star power. We sort them all out and figure out who's on top.
Rockies star Nolan Arenado, who will be a free agent next winter if he doesn't reach an agreement on a long-term deal, says the current state of the free-agent market is "sad."
Bullpen consistency can be the difference between a pennant and going home early. Who's best at nailing down wins and protecting leads?
Finding a job was pretty easy for Josh Donaldson. Proving he can keep it will be the tough part after two injury-plagued seasons.
Even with the rise of new tactics like the opener, old-school aces are leading the way.
The Baltimore Orioles have a season win total of 59.5, while the Yankees are at 96.5. Here are the odds you need to know for all 30 MLB teams.
Starting with baseball's reigning best player, out on the grass is where you find the stars to build contenders around.
The third base position is loaded with young All-Stars, including several who have yet to hit their prime years.
We break down the cases for why you might crown Barry Bonds, Hank Aaron or Babe Ruth.
Tommy Giordano, a longtime scout who played only 11 games in the major leagues but spent more than seven decades in a variety of baseball roles, died Thursday. He was 93.
At a position with rising offensive production, who joins Jose Altuve near the top of our list?
These under-the-radar players could open some eyes during spring training and make some noise in the majors before the year is out.
The slugging first baseman has become an endangered species, but there's still some pop at the top of our list.
We start our position-by-position tiers at catcher, where franchise performers aren't exactly easy to come by in 2019.
From big names with something to prove to young stars to get to know, here's what you'll want to keep an eye on during spring training.
Melky Cabrera has agreed to a minor league deal with the Pirates.
New Mets GM Brodie Van Wagenen isn't lacking in confidence. But his team and its talented competitors are far from flawless.
The Braves' system is still loaded, the Nats are deeper than you might think, the Mets and Phillies have dealt a lot of talent and the Marlins ... are the Marlins.
We're still waiting for this winter's big free agents to sign, but that didn't stop us from predicting which uniforms they'll be wearing in the Midsummer Classic. Who else makes our star-studded squads?
The Padres have top prospect Fernando Tatis Jr., but how much young talent is behind him? And how does your team's prospect pool rate?
Washington defeated outfielder Michael A. Taylor in the first salary arbitration decision this year.
Vlad Jr. is the headlining act, but he's far from the only rising star to watch in the majors this season.
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