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Despite a brief delay, Carrasco excited about his new surroundings and expects a competitive season in Queens in 2021.Minnesota Twins face coverings
Miguel Cabrera, another option at first base, did not play. His workload, especially in early spring games, will be monitored closely.Arizona Diamondbacks face coverings
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“For me, when I’m on plane and can stay through the ball, my misses are going to be line drives, which is ideal for me instead of ground balls and fly balls,” Fletcher said. “If I can stay on plane and stay through the ball like I want to, I’ll ideally get a lot of miss-hit singles.”
He also moved way up in my rankings to the point he is actually my No. 2 rookie-eligible prospect (for fantasy, of course) heading into the 2021 season. Some might call this aggressive, but I do not see the problem. Kelenic is the No. 3 prospect on ESPN colleague Kiley McDaniel's list for good reason, with "above-average hit and power tools" and stolen base upside. Now we know the potential timetable, and it is a good one. We also do not expect either of the top two options (Wander Franco, Adley Rutschman) to debut in April, if at all in 2021.
With 21 homers in 410 career at-bats, O’Neill’s power is undeniable. And the 25-year-old can chip in 5-10 steals across a full season, which is not without value in this steals-scarce landscape. Going undrafted in many leagues, O’Neill quietly lowered his strikeout rate to 27.4 percent in a 2020 season he was hampered by terrible luck (.189 BABIP). The Cardinals lack outfield depth, which gives O’Neill a great chance to break out this year.
Scherzer, a three-time Cy Young Award winner, hurt his left ankle last month while preparing for the start of spring training but could start Washington’s exhibition game against visiting St. Louis on Friday.Washington Nationals face coverings
"(Sunday), there was a ball off the end of the bat that had freaky spin. And that ball gets misplayed and gets by 75 percent of infielders, good (ones). The great ones do what Tim did. He found a way to get his glove on it. He was athletic enough to get over and get a hand on it and get a force play. That was my favorite defensive play of the day because that play does just not get made, only by a select few major leaguers."San Diego Padres face coverings