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Nobody should be surprised that Dominic Smith has hit .299 and slugged .571 over the past two seasons because he was once a top prospect -- one who simply needed time to develop. Smith finished sixth among all hitters in OPS last season and fifth in OPS+. None of this was a fluke. Despite there being no universal designated hitter (although I still have my fingers crossed that decision changes soon) the Mets need his potent and apparently underrated bat in their lineup regularly. Smith will play left field, and for fantasy purposes, he will hit.Washington Nationals face coverings

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So that led to the bigger question: What was the best overall generation of center fielders? I thought it might be that late 1990s crew. More on that in a moment. Until I dug into the research, I hadn't realized that offensive levels in center field - despite the wondrous Mike Trout - have sunk to new lows the past two seasons. Relative to the league as a whole, the 2019 numbers (.250/.319/.428) tied with 1995 for the lowest ever. Things weren't much better in 2020 (.243/.322/.412) and 2018 also rates near the bottom, so this is a multi-year trend of lukewarm offense from center field. Keep in mind that no pitchers hit in 2020, so that's going to hurt the 2020 ratings at all positions.Houston Astros face coverings

The team’s best hitting pitchers in 2019 — Hyun Jin Ryu and Kenta Maeda — aren’t around anymore. What remains is a group without much history of success.Los Angeles Dodgers face coverings

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Few teams want to talk about future pricing decisions, but one ticketing insider who attended closed-door meetings with several teams said pricing is causing real consternation this year. "Chris Spano is telling you the truth," the source said. "They have to knock down prices, but nobody wants to come out and say that. Pricing is maybe the biggest challenge they have and their biggest concern. Getting the pricing right."

The rule change: Defenses will be required to have a minimum of four players standing with both feet on the infield dirt. Another change requiring two infielders to be positioned on each side of second base could also be institute for the second half of the season.Atlanta Braves face coverings

While Syndergaard will miss the start of the new campaign, he’s looking at a potential return for June. That will allow for him to pitch in the majority of the season, which will no question be crucial for New York in their pursuit of an NL East crown.

He did just that with a three-inning performance, allowing just one unearned run on one hit and two walks while striking out two over 44 pitches. Garcia knows he's a top candidate to win the fifth rotation slot, and with outings like these, it will only make the decision by the Yankees that much tougher.
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