A look at the young backstops working their way through the pipeline and what they might one day bring to your fantasy squad.
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Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez stand out, but Coors Field can breathe fantasy life into just about anyone’s bat.
The defending World Series champions are low on elite fantasy talent, but have numerous useful assets.
Kevin Towers forgets how he used to build bullpens, and the White Sox take advantage.
These young bats have seen their near-term fantasy stocks improve over the last few weeks.
The Mets sign Bartolo Colon, the Pirates ink Edinson Volquez, and the Astros acquire a player!
The Mariners continue to move away from defense, and make another offseason about adding thump.
The A’s and Rockies swap change-of-scenery southpaws.
The Tigers add the speedster they haven’t had in a long time.
The Yankees try to replace Robinson Cano’s bat with Carlos Beltran’s, and Boston brings back Mike Napoli.
The Nats make a move to fix the bad bench that cost them last season.
The Red Sox add a sorta closer for a non-closing role, the Marlins ink Furcal, and the White Sox add Ronald Belisario.
Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion supply big-time power, but what else is there for fantasy owners to see north of the border?
The Angels and Cardinals exchange David Freese and Peter Bourjos, the Mets sign Chris Young, the Rangers bring back Colby Lewis, and Boston acquires Burke Badenhop.