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Below you’ll find links to all 30 of our 2019 team previews, done in a “Table For Two” format of eavesdropping on an extended conversation about them.

National League East:
Atlanta Braves (Demetrius Bell, David Lee, and Martin Alonso)
Miami Marlins (Nicolas Stellini and Lukas Vlahos)
New York Mets (Jarrett Seidler, Kate Feldman, and Tyler Oringer)
Philadelphia Phillies (Paul Boye and Justin Klugh)
Washington Nationals (Patrick Dubuque and Sydney Bergman)

National League Central:
Chicago Cubs (Zack Moser, Sam Fels, and Josh Cole)
Cincinnati Reds (Roger Cormier and Nicholas Zettel)
Milwaukee Brewers (J.P. Breen, Paul Noonan, and Sean Roberts)
Pittsburgh Pirates (Rob Mains and Matthew Trueblood)
St. Louis Cardinals (Matthew Trueblood and Bill Thompson)

National League West:
Arizona Diamondbacks (Jeff Wiser and Randy Holt)
Colorado Rockies (Jeffrey Paternostro and Jen Mac Ramos)
Los Angeles Dodgers (Bryan Grosnick and Jason Takefman)
San Diego Padres (Sean Addis and Lance Brozdowski)
San Francisco Giants (Bret Sayre and Rich MacLeod)

American League East:
Baltimore Orioles (Darius Austin and Kate Preusser)
Boston Red Sox (Ben Carsley and Alexis Collins)
New York Yankees (Derek Albin and E.J. Fagan)
Tampa Bay Rays (Zach Crizer and Brian Duricy)
Toronto Blue Jays (Joshua Howsan and Nick Dika)

American League Central:
Chicago White Sox (Collin Whitchurch, Nick Schaefer, and Julie Brady)
Cleveland Indians (Zach Crizer and Rob Silver)
Detroit Tigers (Patrick Dubuque and Matt Sussman)
Kansas City Royals (Craig Brown and Colby Wilson)
Minnesota Twins (Aaron Gleeman and Mike Bates)

American League West:
Houston Astros (Rob Mains and Wilson Karaman)
Los Angeles Angels (Mark Barry and Ginny Searle)
Oakland Athletics (Bret Sayre and Jon Hegglund)
Seattle Mariners (Nathan Bishop and Matt Ellis)
Texas Rangers (Kate Morrison, Tim McCullough, and Aaron Gleeman)

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Eric Naftaly
Not very nice, to post a free "article" consisting of nothing but links to articles behind the paywall.
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