It appears the Astros will have one roster spot open for a position player come Opening Day. Max Stassi is hoping to claim it.
There will be an open competition in camp for the Astros to find a left-handed relief pitcher, though there’s no guarantees they would carry one.
Wednesday marked the first official workout for Royals pitchers and catchers, yet on the minds of most camp observers is the potential position battle that looms at first base.
With roster spots up for grabs, camp battles are always an intriguing part of Spring Training, and for the Twins this year, it’s all about how the rotation will look come Opening Day.
Joe Maddon likes to mix and match, and he has five outfielders to fit into three spots each game. This spring, it will be interesting to see how the Cubs balance playing time for Jason Heyward, Kyle Schwarber, Ben Zobrist, Ian Happ and Albert Almora Jr.
There is more than the usual work ahead for general manager David Stearns, manager Craig Counsell and company as the Brewers enter Spring Training.
As is the case every season, the Astros and ARAMARK will introduce several new food items when the 2018 campaign gets underway in April.
With Spring Training on the horizon, MLB.com is taking an in-depth look at the 2018 Padres, breaking the team down position-by-position. We conclude our series by previewing the San Diego bullpen.
The Rangers appear to have a set rotation of Cole Hamels, Martin Perez, Doug Fister, Matt Moore and Mike Minor. But they have needed a minimum of 10 starting pitchers per season since getting by with seven in 2011. The Rangers may or may not add another front-line starting pitcher before the offseason is over, […]
The Dodgers appear set to enter Spring Training with an abundance of outfielders, and one of the roster’s most interesting competitions should be in left field.
Young arms like Jerad Eickhoff, Nick Pivetta and Aaron Nola may be short on service time, but they’re long on upside. The Phillies have a bevy of options to fill first-year manager Gabe Kapler’s rotation.