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Jerry, Jesus, and Jim.

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For every Scott Feldman, there is a Joey Votto. And lots of running.

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They've collected some of the best young talent in the game, but are the Yankees capable of making noise in 2017?

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The cavalry is coming.

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Come for the pitching analysis, stay for the emoji chart.

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It's all about the gloves, man.

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The dramatic shift from Ben Cherington to Dave Dombrowski continues, as the Red Sox cash in their prospect stockpile.

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There's a big change of plans on the South Side.

Between now and Opening Day, we'll be previewing each team with a focus on answering the question: "How will this team be remembered?" For the full archive of each 2017 team preview, click here.

PECOTA White Sox Projections
Record: 76-86
Runs Scored: 708
Runs Allowed: 758
AVG/OBP/SLG (TAv): .253/.307/.402 (.252)
Total WARP: 17.9 (9.9 pitching, 8.0 non-pitching)






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Chris Archer, Kevin Kiermaier, and the New Rays look to start another winning era in Tampa Bay.

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Can the Blue Jays make another playoff run in what might be Jose Bautista's final season in Toronto?

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Houston is a small-market team no more.

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Are the A's just spinning their wheels?

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