The third installment of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
Aaron Hicks has secured the Opening Day center-field job in Minnesota with an outstanding spring.
A century old story shines some light on Connie Mack’s greatest secret.
Spring training is a timy for gaudy numbers, but there are some that seem especially unrealistic to the BP staff.
Devin Mesoraco will keep the backup catcher job in Cincinnati, and recent injuries could keep the Padres’ infield situation fluid for much of April.
Although fantasy owners typically fill every position, they often leave their disabled-list spots vacant, so Josh profiles six players worth stashing.
Does the hard time Kyle Lohse had finding a job suggest that we should change the draft pick compensation system?
Notes from Florida on prospects from six organizations.
With Tout Wars now in the books, Jason looks at the similarities and differences between that auction, CBS, and LABR.
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about PECOTA’s projections for the Yankees and Blue Jays, how the amateur draft and free agency would work in an auction format, and whether teams should offer players like Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg $100 million lifetime contracts after drafting them.
No teams are out of the running in spring training, and gaudy stats provide optimism for what the season may bring.
MLBDC Moves to Baseball Prospectus.