Phelps suggested whatever help MLB could provide to the Cactus League now could pay off later.Kansas City Royals
The Jays have been connected to many of the big names on the market this offseason, including Springer, DJ LeMahieu, and Marcell Ozuna, so it should come as no surprise that they're viewed as a serious contender to land Springer.Los Angeles Dodgers
I have an Ivy League degree at a time when that means a lot for executive opportunity in baseball.
“People are livid. And your fanbase...if they end up saying, 'Guess what, we can’t re-sign Max Scherzer and we can’t replace him and we’re going to get rid of this guy and that guy,' I’m just telling you, your fanbase will revolt just like ours," Kaplan said.
The only person who showed any sort of defiance after the punishments was Correa, who used the Astros postseason run as a platform to smack back at all the haters. After sweeping the Minnesota Twins in the wild-card series, Correa said: “I know a lot of people are mad. I know a lot of people don't want to see us here. But what are they gonna say now?” This was one case of cockiness paying off. The Astros continued to play well, particularly Correa — who later smashed a dramatic walk-off homer in an ALCS game. In his case, at least, it got some of the stink off him.Arizona Diamondbacks
Madrigal made his debut in 2020, just about two years after he was taken with the No. 4 pick in the 2018 draft, and that would've been less than two years if not for the pandemic. Vaughn, the No. 3 pick in the 2019 draft, has yet to debut but is already being discussed as a potential everyday solution at designated hitter on a 2021 White Sox team with championship expectations. And Crochet famously debuted just a few months after being drafted with the No. 11 pick last summer, blowing big league hitters away after not pitching much at all in 2020.Los Angeles Angels
He’d spent seven seasons with the Colorado Rockies and at Coors Field, the hitters’ paradise that is difficult to replicate in the 29 other ballparks. Presumably that dampened LeMahieu’s market two years ago, though it turned out LeMahieu was not a product of Coors Field but rather, and simply, an excellent hitter. His numbers as a Yankee are better than those in Colorado in every way, including batting average, on-base percentage and slugging.
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