Fantasy Baseball News

  • Tony Gonsolin Injures Ankle Monday

    Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Tony Gonsolin (ankle) appeared to roll his left ankle during a drill in spring training on Monday. He spent time with the training staff before heading back into the clubhouse. It's unclear exactly how serious the ankle injury is, but we should have an update either later on Monday or Tuesday. The 28-year-old right-hander was a staple in the Dodgers' starting rotation last year and had an All-Star campaign by going 16-1 with a career-best 2.14 ERA (3.28 FIP), 0.87 WHIP and 23.9 percent strikeout rate in 130 1/3 innings over 24 starts. Gonsolin was injured late in the year, though, and appeared to be running out of gas after a previous career high of only 55 2/3 innings pitched in 2021. Pitching for the Dodgers gives him more appeal for wins, but fantasy managers shouldn't expect an improvement over last year.

    Mar 6 · Source via Dodgers Tony Gonsolin
  • Joely Rodriguez To Pitch This Week

    Boston Red Sox left-hander Joely Rodriguez (shoulder) will pitch in a Grapefruit League game this week. Rodriguez isn't behind in camp, he's just being careful after having shoulder surgery in the offseason. The 31-year-old southpaw reliever had a 4.47 ERA (3.23 FIP), 1.35 WHIP and career-high 57 strikeouts in 50 1/3 relief innings over 55 appearances in 2022 for the New York Mets. If healthy, he's likely to serve in a middle-relief role for Boston this year. Fantasy managers can most likely ignore him for the time being. In his five major-league seasons, Rodriguez has a 4.56 ERA (3.65 FIP), 1.48 WHIP, one save and a 22.5 percent strikeout rate in 146 relief innings for the Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Texas Rangers and New York Yankees.

    Mar 6 · Source via Red Sox Joely Rodriguez closers
  • Andrew Velazquez Starting In Center Field Monday

    Los Angeles Angels infielder Andrew Velazquez is starting in center field and batting ninth in the team's Cactus League contest on Monday against the Cleveland Guardians. Most of Velazquez's major-league experience has come on the infield, but the 28-year-old needs to become more versatile if he wants to stick on the major-league roster. In a career-high 125 games for the Halos last year, Velazquez hit .196/.236/.304 with a .540 OPS, nine home runs, 28 RBI, 37 runs scored and 17 stolen bases in 349 plate appearances. He saw more playing time than expected due to injuries to David Fletcher and Anthony Rendon, so fantasy managers shouldn't bank on as many plate appearances in 2023. His offensive production was nothing to look at last year, either, but he could be useful for some stolen bases in AL-only leagues.

    Mar 6 · Source via Angels Andrew Velazquez
  • Nick Ahmed Returns To Lineup Monday

    Arizona Diamondbacks shortstop Nick Ahmed (forearm) is back in the Cactus League lineup on Monday against the Kansas City Royals, starting at shortstop and batting sixth in the lineup. This will be Ahmed's spring debut after he missed some time in camp with right forearm inflammation. The 32-year-old veteran was limited to just 17 games in 2022, mostly due to a shoulder injury that eventually required season-ending surgery. Ahmed is expected to battle with Geraldo Perdomo for the starting job at the 6 in spring training. If Ahmed wins the job, he'll only be relevant in NL-only leagues, as he's not much to look at offensively. In his nine big-league seasons (all with Arizona), he has a .236/.290/.382 slash line with a .672 OPS, 68 home runs, 305 RBI and 36 stolen bases in 816 games played.

    Mar 6 · Source via Diamondbacks Nick Ahmed
  • Steven Okert Makes Third Spring Appearance Sunday

    Miami Marlins relief pitcher Steven Okert (triceps) made his third Grapefruit League outing on Sunday in a 4-1 loss to the Boston Red Sox, striking out one in a scoreless inning of work. So far in spring training action, the 31-year-old left-hander hasn't allowed a run in his three innings of work while striking out two and walking one. He finished the 2022 campaign on the injured list with left triceps tightness, but he looks ready to go for Opening Day this year. In his second year in Miami in 2022, Okert finished with a strong 2.98 ERA (4.36 FIP), 1.17 WHIP, 26 walks and career-high 63 strikeouts in 51 1/3 innings over 60 relief outings. He's probably not a candidate for save chances in Miami, but he could be useful in deep holds leagues.

    Mar 6 · Source via Marlins Steven Okert closers
  • Ryan Thompson Makes Spring Debut

    Tampa Bay Rays right-hander Ryan Thompson (triceps) made his Grapefruit League debut on Sunday against the Baltimore Orioles and walked one in a scoreless inning of work in relief. Thompson ended the 2022 season on the 60-day injured list due to right triceps inflammation, but he's healthy now and should be just fine for the start of the 2023 season. Although the 30-year-old isn't much of a fantasy weapon, he was an integral piece of Tampa's bullpen last year before his injury and had a 3.80 ERA (3.42 FIP), 1.17 WHIP, three saves, 10 holds and a career-high 39 strikeouts in 42 2/3 innings over 47 appearances out of the bullpen.

    Mar 6 · Source via Rays Ryan Thompson closers
  • Leody Taveras Has Low-Grade Oblique Strain

    Texas Rangers outfielder Leody Taveras (oblique) has a "low-grade" left oblique strain, according to general manager Chris Young. It sounds like Taveras will be ready in a couple of weeks and he isn't being ruled out for the Opening Day roster. Young spoke highly of Bubba Thompson's ability to contribute, even if his defense is ahead of his offense. Moving Adolis Garcia to center field is also a possibility early in the season if Taveras isn't ready. Fantasy managers should prepare as if the 24-year-old Taveras won't be ready for the start of the regular season. When healthy, Taveras should see most of the playing time in center field, but he'll probably need to hit to hold off Thompson. Taveras' speed is elite.

    Mar 6 · Source via Rangers Leody Taveras
  • Jack Flaherty Starting Against Astros Monday

    St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Jack Flaherty (calf, illness) is making the Grapefruit League start on Monday against the Houston Astros. Flaherty has been dealing with a minor calf issue and was scratched from his scheduled spring debut on Sunday with flu-like symptoms. The 27-year-old starter is expected to go around three innings in his first Grapefruit League appearance. Flaherty should have plenty of time to get ready for Opening Day, but fantasy managers probably aren't chomping at the bit to draft him in 2023 after made just nine appearances (eight starts) for the Red Birds in 2022 due to injuries. There's a good chance he'll face innings restrictions this year after throwing only 190 2/3 frames in the last three years combined.

    Mar 6 · Source via Cardinals Jack Flaherty
  • Dylan Carlson Serving As DH On Monday

    St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Dylan Carlson (arm) is serving as the designated hitter and is batting second in Monday's Grapefruit League game against the Houston Astros and right-handed starter Hunter Brown. Carlson is on a no-throw program through at least Monday after suffering from arm fatigue in spring training recently. The 24-year-old switch-hitter could be back patrolling the outfield in Grapefruit League games at some point this week, but the Cardinals won't push the issue. Although Carlson didn't deliver the breakout season many predicted in 2022, he should be an everyday player for the Cardinals in 2023 and has plenty of upside left for fantasy managers, but he'll need to be more consistent against left-handed pitching in order to take the next step.

    Mar 6 · Source via Cardinals Dylan Carlson
  • Orelvis Martinez Blasts First Homer Of Spring

    Toronto Blue Jays shortstop prospect Orelvis Martinez went 1-for-2 with a three-run homer on Sunday versus the Philadelphia Phillies. Martinez, 21, has now gone 2-for-6 in a small sample size this spring. Traditionally a shortstop, Martinez suited up at third base and that could potentially be his long-term position with shortstop Bo Bichette locked up for the next three years and third baseman Matt Chapman due to enter free agency following the season. Martinez has been one of the Blue Jays top prospects since signing with the organization in 2019 and a consensus top-100 prospect during that span. Despite going yard for 30 homers and 76 RBI in 2022 for Double-A New Hampshire, Martinez hit a career low .203 in 433 at-bats. The power is certainly there for the youngster, but he must improve his plate discipline before being promoted to the show. There is the chance that Martinez makes his big-league debut in 2023, but he may need an injury to Bitchette or Chapman for that to come to fruition. For now, Martinez is an exciting name for managers in redraft leagues to keep an eye on, but his best value is in dynasty leagues where he should be universally rostered.

    Mar 6 · Source via Blue Jays Orelvis Martinez prospects
  • Ken Waldichuk Off To Slow Start This Spring

    Oakland Athletics starting pitcher Ken Waldichuk didn't fare much better in his second outing this spring than he did in his first. One of the top left-handed pitching prospects in the game, Waldichuk allowed three hits, two runs, one walk and one strikeout in 1 2/3 innings on Sunday versus the San Diego Padres. The lefty has been off to a slow start thus far and in total has allowed five hits, five runs, four walks and struck out three in 2 2/3 innings. The lefty was the crown jewel as part of the Frankie Montas deal at last year's trade deadline and went 2-2 with a 4.93 ERA and 33 strikeouts over 34 1/3 innings in seven starts to close out the 2022 season. With his potential and Oakland in a clear youth movement, Waldichuk has a strong shot to make the Opening Day roster. Even if he doesn't break camp with the Athletics, the lefty is still likely to see plenty of big-league action in 2022. As one of the best swing and miss pitchers in the prospect department, the lefty deserves the attention of dynasty league managers. Pending he breaks camp with the Athletics, Waldichuk is worthy of a flier in redraft leagues for his high strikeout rates, but don't expect much in the win department.

    Mar 6 · Source via Athletics Ken Waldichuk prospects
  • AL West Notes: A's, Ragans, Taveras

    The Athletics could deploy a six-man rotation this year, with general manager David Forst discussing the situation with Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle. “We've mapped it out a lot of different ways,” Forst said. "Things that look like a six-man (rotation) or an occasional bullpen day or an occasional spot starter. There are…

    Mar 5 · MLB Trade Rumors Rangers Athletics Shintaro Fujinami Cole Ragans Leody Taveras
  • Leody Taveras Scratched Sunday With Side Tightness

    Texas Rangers outfielder Leody Taveras (side) was scratched from Sunday's lineup against the Los Angeles Angels due to left-side tightness. It doesn't seem to be a serious issue, and he should return to the lineup over the next few days. Taveras is entering his third year in the pros and is slotted to be the starting center fielder for the Rangers in 2023. He slashed .261/.309/.366 with a .675 OPS across 341 plate appearances. The 24-year-old filed quite an impressive first half after stashing a .920 OPS with a .393 wOBA. Taveras continues to impress the Texas front office and is certainly a perennial talent to invest in. The Dominican is a good option in deep-format leagues for fantasy managers searching for speed.

    Mar 5 · Source via Rangers Leody Taveras
  • Luis Gonzalez Preparing For Opening Day

    San Francisco Giants outfielderLuis Gonzalez(back) hopes to be ready by Opening Day. Gonzalez was diagnosed with a lower back strain, with a 4-6 week timeline. He expects to be available by Opening Day, assuming he recovers well. Gonzalez spent his first full season in left and right field but has yet to have a starting spot for 2023. He peaked in May when he slashed .368/.410/.500 through 28 games, but he never found his footing after that. Aside from a mediocre final two months of the season, his bat mostly derailed. The Giants hope to stabilize his bat and develop some power. Once Gonzales returns, he will likely serve as outfield depth, with the possibility of making the starting lineup.

    Mar 5 · Source via Giants Luis Gonzalez
  • Israel Pineda Suffers Displacement In Right Pinky

    Washington Nationals catching prospectIsrael Pineda(finger) was diagnosed with a displacement in his right pinky. Pineda was hit by a pitch on Saturday, nearly hitting him in the head. The Nats will run catching drills for Pineda and will regulate the severity of his injury. The 22-year-old is ranked 22nd on the Nationals Top-30 Prospects list and made his pro debut late last season. Pineda spent most of his 2022 campaign with the High-A Wilmington Blue Rockets and slashed .264/.325/.443. He also saw considerable time in Double-A and was promoted for a brief stint with Triple-A Rochester. Pineda is mainly regarded for his strong arm behind the plate, but his bat raises some concerns.

    Mar 5 · Source via Nationals Israel Pineda
  • Nestor Cortes Expected To Begin Season As Fifth Starter

    New York Yankees southpawNestor Cortes(hamstring) is expected to start off the season as the fifth man of the Yankees rotation. According to manager Aaron Boone, the Yankees will ramp up Cortes to begin the season as a precaution to heal his hamstring completely. Cortes withdrew from the WBC after an apparent hamstring injury forced him to back out. The Yankees will start the season with a rotation consisting ofGerrit Cole,Carlos Rodon,Luis Severino,Clarke Schmidt/Domingo German, and Cortes. The 28-year-old will be bumped up to the fourth spot once Boone is comfortable employing him with no setbacks. Cortes is poised for another promising performance in 2023 and hopes to make his second All-Star appearance.

    Mar 5 · Source via Yankees Gerrit Cole Nestor Cortes Domingo German Carlos Rodon Clarke Schmidt Luis Severino
  • Michael Brantley To Hit Second In Houston's Lineup

    Houston Astros outfielderMichael Brantley(shoulder, personal) will hit second in the lineup, according to manager Dusty Baker. The 35-year-old underwent an arthroscopic labral repair on his right shoulder last August and should be ready for Opening Day. The Astros brought Brantley back on a one-year, $12 million deal. Brantley made just 277 plate appearances before suffering a shoulder injury in late June. During that span, the Washington native slashed .288/.370/.416 with a .785 OPS and five home runs. Brantley is less of a defensive stud apropos to his bat but spends considerable time as the team's designated hitter. Once Brantley returns, the Astros expect his bat to make an immediate contribution.

    Mar 5 · Source via Astros Michael Brantley
  • Giants Notes: Luciano, Wade, Pederson

    Marco Luciano hit .269/.350/.467 over 257 combined plate appearances in rookie ball and high-A ball in 2022, a solid performance that was marred by over two months lost to the injured list due to a lower back strain.  To combat the back issues that have hampered him more than once during his career, Luciano told…

    Mar 5 · MLB Trade Rumors Giants Marco Luciano Joc Pederson LaMonte Wade prospects
  • Austin Martin Shut Down From Throwing

    Minnesota Twins shortstop Austin Martin (elbow) has been shut down from throwing and hitting for the time being. The 23-year-old is dealing with a UCL sprain in his right elbow. It's a shame because Martin was actually doing well in Spring Training. There is no timetable for his return, but it's likely he's sidelined to start the regular season. The former first round pick hasn't reached Triple-A yet, but could be making an impact on the Twins sooner rather than later. Fantasy managers will have to check back later for another update on Martin.

    Mar 5 · Source via Twins Austin Martin
  • Andrew McCutchen Removed From Sunday's Game

    Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen (hand) was forced to exit early during Sunday's Spring Training matchup with the Minnesota Twins. The veteran outfielder was hit by a pitch in the left hand, which forced the team to remove him from the game due to discomfort. It seems like the Pirates pulled McCutchen as a precaution, but the expectation is that he'll still get X-rays on his hand. The hope is that this injury is minor and McCutchen can return to game action shortly. He wasn't too great with the bat last season, but could be a possible deep league option in 2023.

    Mar 5 · Source via Pirates Andrew McCutchen
  • Jose Quintana Pulled During Sunday's Start

    New York Mets starting pitcher Jose Quintana (side) was forced to exit early during Sunday's Spring Training matchup with the St. Louis Cardinals. The left-hander is set to undergo further testing on Monday to determine the severity of the issue. At the moment, it's uncertain if Quintana will still pitch for Team Colombia in the World Baseball Classic. Fantasy managers are going to have to stay tuned for more information on his status. The 34-year-old was surprisingly solid last season and could be a reliable No. 3 starter for the Mets in 2023.

    Mar 5 · Source via Mets Jose Quintana
  • Mike Clevinger Won't Face Disciplinary Action

    Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Mike Clevinger is not expected to face any disciplinary action from the MLB following their investigation. The 32-year-old was under investigation for domestic violence and child abuse. The right-hander has agreed to all evaluations from the league and will comply with any recommendations from the MLB. Clevinger has already been throwing this spring, so his Cactus League debut might not be too far away. He posted an underwhelming 4.33 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and a 91/35 K/BB ratio over 22 starts with the San Diego Padres last season. Possibly, a chance of scenery will help Clevinger, but his fantasy value is certainly shaky heading into the season.

    Mar 5 · Source via White Sox Mike Clevinger
  • Wilyer Abreu Likely To Miss Time

    Boston Red Sox outfielder Wilyer Abreu (hamstring) is expected to miss some time after suffering an injury during Sunday's Spring Training contest. The 23-year-old left early due to a left hamstring strain, but the severity of the injury is unknown right now. Manager Alex Cora mentioned he believes Abreu is going to be sidelined for a while. Abreu was a long shot to make the roster anyway, but this issue will likely delay his minor league season. Possibly, Abreu makes some noise in Boston later in the season, but is mainly only worth rostering in dynasty formats.

    Mar 5 · Source via Red Sox Wilyer Abreu
  • Tommy Kahnle Shut Down From Throwing

    New York Yankees relief pitcher Tommy Kahnle (biceps) has been shut down from throwing, according to manager Aaron Boone. The 33-year-old is dealing with right biceps tendinitis, so the team will have him take time off and hope the issue goes away. The right-hander has thrown in a total of 13 games over the last two seasons. He looked great during the 2019 season, but he hasn't truly been healthy since then. Hopefully, Kahnle can get over this issue and get back on the mound before Opening Day.

    Mar 5 · Source via Yankees Tommy Kahnle closers
  • David Peterson Considered Day-To-Day

    New York Mets starting pitcher David Peterson (foot) is considered day-to-day after getting hit by a comebacker during Saturday's Spring Training contest. The left-hander underwent X-rays and had a CT scan done as well. Peterson was able to avoid any fractures and is dealing with a left foot contusion. The 27-year-old will probably rest for a few days, but should return at some point next week.

    Mar 5 · Source via Mets David Peterson
  • Whit Merrifield Dealing With Quad Tightness

    Toronto Blue Jays infielder/outfielder Whit Merrifield (quadriceps) has been out of Grapefruit League games since Friday due to right quadriceps tightness. His injury is considered minor, but the Blue Jays are just being extra cautious with him. Merrifield went through a full workout on Saturday and has more than enough time left in camp to get ready for Opening Day. The 34-year-old was acquired from the Royals in 2022 and finished the season with a combined .250/.298/.375 slash line, career-low .673 OPS, 11 home runs, 58 RBI, 70 runs and 16 stolen bases in 139 games. The two-time All-Star was extremely disappointing with the Royals before the trade, but he finished better in Toronto and should have a bit more appeal in a much better lineup in Toronto over a full season. Fantasy managers shouldn't expect a full rebound, but Merrifield should be able to rack up some nice counting stats if he's Toronto's regular second baseman.

    Mar 5 · Source via Blue Jays Whit Merrifield
  • Taj Bradley Fine After Being Hit By Comebacker

    Tampa Bay Rays pitching prospect Taj Bradley (calf) said he checked out fine on Saturday after leaving the Grapefruit League game against the New York Yankees as a precaution when he was hit on the side of his right calf by a comebacker. In his two spring outings so far, the 21-year-old has tossed two scoreless innings. He's one of the top prospects in all of baseball heading into the 2023 season after dominating in the minors in recent seasons. Bradley wasn't as good in 2022 with Double-A Montgomery and Triple-A Durham and could use some more seasoning on his secondary pitches, but he still has a bright future at the big-league level. He's expected to begin 2023 at Durham, but he's worth stashing in dynasty/keeper and deep AL-only leagues.

    Mar 5 · Source via Rays Taj Bradley prospects
  • Justin Dunn Shut Down For A Couple Months

    Cincinnati Reds right-hander Justin Dunn (shoulder) was examined in New York and will be shut down for a couple of months after being diagnosed with inflammation in the subscapularis in his right rotator cuff. The good news for Dunn is that surgery wasn't recommended, and there's still a possibility that he could pitch in 2023. Fantasy managers should be avoided the 27-year-old everywhere to begin the season. He only made seven starts for the Reds last year and struggled to the tune of a 6.10 ERA (8.31 FIP), 1.58 WHIP and career-low 15.2 percent strikeout rate in only 31 innings. In his four big-league seasons, Dunn has a 4.44 ERA (6.23 FIP), 1.51 WHIP and 19.4 percent strikeout rate in 32 starts over 133 2/3 frames.

    Mar 5 · Source via Reds Justin Dunn
  • Jon Gray Could Pitch Again On Wednesday

    Texas Rangers starting pitcher Jon Gray (back) said on Saturday that he expected to throw on the side on Sunday, and he could try to pitch in a Cactus League game as early as Wednesday. The 31-year-old right-hander was scratched from his spring start on Friday due to back tightness, but it was a cautionary measure and Gray doesn't appear to be dealing with a very serious injury. He made only 24 starts (127 1/3 innings) in his first year in Texas in 2022 due to multiple injuries, but he should be healthy for Opening Day, barring another setback with his back. When he was healthy last year, he was pretty effective, and Gray could be a real nice value pick for fantasy managers in 2023.

    Mar 5 · Source via Rangers Jon Gray
  • Dylan Carlson Won't Throw Until Monday

    St. Louis Cardinals manager Oliver Marmol said that outfielder Dylan Carlson (arm) is on a "no-throw" plan until at least Monday after injuring his arm in a Grapefruit League game on Thursday. Carlson can continue to hit, but the Cardinals want to rest his arm through the weekend. This doesn't appear to be a very serious injury, so Carlson shouldn't be in danger of missing Opening Day. Many folks were predicting a breakout campaign for Carlson in 2022, but it just didn't come to pass while he dealt with injuries and inconsistency. He finished with a .236/.316/.380 slash line, .695 OPS, eight home runs, 42 RBI, 56 runs scored and five stolen bases in 128 games. The 24-year-old will need to do better against left-handers if he wants to take the next step.

    Mar 5 · Source via Cardinals Dylan Carlson
  • Rockies Reach Agreement With Mike Moustakas

    The Colorado Rockies reached a non-roster agreement with free-agent infielder Mike Moustakas on Sunday after he was released by the Cincinnati Reds in January. It's a minor-league deal for Moustakas. According to the New York Post's Jon Heyman, Colorado's current plan is for Moustakas to play second base with Brendan Rodgers (shoulder) likely out for the season, which would allow Ryan McMahon to remain at third base. Moustakas is fully healthy after being limited to only 78 games with the Reds last year due to injuries. The 34-year-old veteran was underwhelming in those games, hitting .214/.295/.345 with a .640 OPS, seven homers, 25 RBI and 30 runs scored. Even with more potential playing time in a very hitter-friendly home park, fantasy managers shouldn't have high expectations for Moose.

    Mar 5 · Source via Rockies Mike Moustakas
  • Lance McCullers Jr. Not Playing Catch Yet

    Houston Astros starting pitcher Lance McCullers Jr. (forearm) has yet to resume playing catch at spring training, according to manager Dusty Baker. McCullers won't be ready to go for Opening Day after a recent MRI exam showed a small muscle strain in his right forearm. It makes the 29-year-old right-hander a risky fantasy selection, but he could still be healthy for the majority of the 2022 season if he doesn't suffer any setbacks with his forearm moving forward. With Justin Verlander now in New York, McCullers' injury opens up a rotation spot to begin the year for young prospect Hunter Brown, who is worth looking into in deep mixed and AL-only leagues early on. McCullers continues to be an injury risk in fantasy, but when healthy, he has the ability to make a big difference on your pitching staff.

    Mar 5 · Source via Astros Lance McCullers Jr.
  • Angels Hire Kurt Suzuki For Special Assistant Role

    The Angels have hired longtime catcher Kurt Suzuki as a special assistant to GM Perry Minasian, the team announced.  Suzuki moves into this new phase of his baseball career just months after ending his on-field endeavors, as he retired after the 2022 campaign. Suzuki spent the last two of his 16 Major League seasons with…

    Mar 5 · MLB Trade Rumors Angels Kurt Suzuki
  • Yordan Alvarez Still Not Swinging

    Houston Astros outfielder/designated hitter Yordan Alvarez (hand) still isn't swinging a bat at spring training, according to manager Dusty Baker. General manager Dana Brown said on Tuesday that Alvarez "should definitely be back for Opening Day," but the longer he goes without swinging, the greater the chance that he might need an injured list stint to open the 2023 season. The 25-year-old left-handed slugger is dealing with renewed soreness in his left hand after also dealing with the issue in 2022. Fantasy managers shouldn't drop Alvarez on their draft boards just yet, but it's becoming a bit concerning. As long as he'll be ready to go when the regular season begins at the end of March, Alvarez should be considered a top-10 fantasy pick in the first round of drafts.

    Mar 5 · Source via Astros Yordan Alvarez
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