Expectations aren’t a mile high, but doings in Denver already involve full-season hits and plenty of questions.
When it comes to backstops, the level of talent available appears to be rising.
Will the Motor City Kitties fire on all pistons, or will they continue to run hot and cold as far as staying in working order?
The position is populated with a few big fish surrounded by a swarm of waterbugs.
Everything rides on the learning curve of a man named Dusty.
Their chances of contending may hinge upon a great deal of very good work by their medical team.
Picked by some to contend, will the Bonds-less ambitions of the Giants be realized, or will their veteran add-ons crowd the trainer’s room?
The O’s need to find some new and improved ways of keeping their pitchers on the mound.
The hot corner is one of the most loaded positions on the field, and includes options that can also play the far corner.
The keystone’s pool of talent gives you a very few big-name talents to go after early, but after that, what’s your Plan B going to be?
The Pads’ health record has veered from good to bad, but the addition of a few veterans makes for an additional challenge.
Getting Gorzo going might be the biggest challenge, but the Pirates’ training staff has a track record for turnarounds.
With question marks regarding a few key players, the challenge for the Mariners will be to see how well they keep them in action.
The best player in baseball sits atop the opening list in our positional fantasy rankings.
Kicking off the THRs with the banged-up Nats and their chances of fielding a healthier ballclub in 2009.