The biggest takeaway from the announcement of new rules might simply be that there’s an open dialogue.
The Cubs are a deeply talented team, but in a tight division, it won’t take much for things to unravel.
The best player ever gets the biggest contract ever.
Aroldis Chapman’s slider; the next CBA will grapple with service time; minor league salaries
The rotation looks meh, the rest looks imposing.
He had an excellent 2018, but has a lot of room to grow. That growth may have showed itself in Arizona.
The league will survive the change, of course, but you can’t deny the large effect it will have.
The Royals’ often injured "ace" is, well, recovering from injury... again. Can the Royals count on him to front the starting rotation after a disappointing 2018?
Díaz absolutely smokes the ball, but he only has one big league homer.
The pitch clock’s lack of enforcement; Carlos Royer’s 1901 season; will Harper repeat 2015?
Finally bereft of superstars, the Miami Marlins enter "make or break" 2019 needing several pieces to step up developmentally.