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For every Scott Feldman, there is a Joey Votto. And lots of running.
They've collected some of the best young talent in the game, but are the Yankees capable of making noise in 2017?
Come for the pitching analysis, stay for the emoji chart.
It's all about the gloves, man.
The dramatic shift from Ben Cherington to Dave Dombrowski continues, as the Red Sox cash in their prospect stockpile.
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
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.
Can the Blue Jays make another playoff run in what might be Jose Bautista's final season in Toronto?
Houston is a small-market team no more.
Are the A's just spinning their wheels?