I would say its likely that 2 of those things happen.... I don't know which two.
Originally Posted by Twitchy
Honestly if ****ing salty isn't the catcher I expect the whole rotation to improve a little bit, because everyone was worse with him than any other catcher.
I am still holding out hope for a J. Upton trade, LF looks wide open for him.
The other factor in all this, is that the division is relatively weak, in terms of their being no elite teams. I think the Jays win range is probably around 89-93 wins. I don't see them getting to 95.
Honestly in my eyes the yankees could be terrible. That many guys in their mid to upper 30s, into their 40s? Decline/Injuries are expected.
Unless Tex has a big year the Offense is in the top 12 range, not top 6. The left side of the infield defense is going to be terrible.
And I do not see how someone can definitively say that the yankees have a better rotation than the Red Sox.
The Rays are a major WC if Meyers is the real deal, and they replace shields well, they could be quite good.
The Orioles. Ran on major luck last year, and have done nothing this offseason.
Jackie Bradley Junior.... that is all