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OF C. Blackmon COL $4,300 SALARY 11.7x VALUE 50.1 FP
3B N. Arenado COL $4,500 SALARY 9.8x VALUE 43.9 FP
OF T. Pham TB $3,800 SALARY 8.9x VALUE 33.9 FP
2B T. Shaw MIL $4,100 SALARY 9.0x VALUE 36.9 FP
SS F. Lindor CLE $4,600 SALARY 8.0x VALUE 36.9 FP
1B J. Marte LAA $2,400 SALARY 15.8x VALUE 37.9 FP
OF M. Margot SD $2,200 SALARY 18.1x VALUE 39.9 FP
P S. Alcantara MIA $6,300 SALARY 8.3x VALUE 52.0 FP
1B J. Bauers TB $2,800 SALARY 12.3x VALUE 34.4 FP
      $35,000 TOTAL
SALARY
  365.9 TOTAL
FP
OF C. Blackmon COL $5,000 SALARY 7.6x VALUE 38.0 FP
3B N. Arenado COL $4,900 SALARY 6.5x VALUE 32.0 FP
SP N. Syndergaard NYM $10,400 SALARY 3.4x VALUE 35.8 FP
2B/3B T. Shaw MIL $4,700 SALARY 6.2x VALUE 29.0 FP
SS F. Lindor CLE $5,200 SALARY 5.4x VALUE 28.0 FP
1B/3B J. Marte LAA $3,200 SALARY 8.4x VALUE 27.0 FP
OF M. Margot SD $3,100 SALARY 10.3x VALUE 32.0 FP
C W. Contreras CHC $3,300 SALARY 5.5x VALUE 18.0 FP
SP S. Alcantara MIA $6,100 SALARY 4.9x VALUE 30.2 FP
1B/OF J. Bauers TB $3,600 SALARY 7.2x VALUE 26.0 FP
      $49,500 TOTAL
SALARY
  295.9 TOTAL
FP
OF C. Blackmon COL $23 SALARY 1.4x VALUE 32.0 FP
OF J. Bautista PHI $8 SALARY 2.3x VALUE 18.0 FP
P R. Hill LAD $44 SALARY 0.8x VALUE 37.0 FP
3B N. Arenado COL $20 SALARY 1.4x VALUE 28.0 FP
P N. Syndergaard NYM $43 SALARY 0.9x VALUE 38.0 FP
2B T. Shaw MIL $16 SALARY 1.5x VALUE 24.0 FP
SS F. Lindor CLE $21 SALARY 1.1x VALUE 24.0 FP
1B J. Marte LAA $7 SALARY 3.4x VALUE 24.0 FP
OF M. Margot SD $9 SALARY 2.9x VALUE 26.0 FP
C W. Contreras CHC $8 SALARY 2.0x VALUE 16.0 FP
      $199 TOTAL
SALARY
  267.0 TOTAL
FP
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Yankees' Luis Severino agrees to four-year $40 million dollar extension on Friday

New York Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino will avoid arbitration after agreeing to a four-year $40 million dollar extension on Friday.

What It Means:

Severino will continue serving as the ace of the Yankees' starting staff after agreeing to a four-year extension on Friday. Look for the 24-year old to build off his strong 2018 season despite struggling after the All-Star break.

In 32 starts last season, Severino went 19-8 with a 3.39 ERA and 220 strikeouts.

Source: MLB.com

Nick Senzel could start for Reds in 2019

Cincinnati Reds manager David Bell said that it is "very possible" that prospect Nick Senzel will be the starting center fielder.

What It Means:

Senzel has never played in the outfield, but the Reds are confident he can make the transition. "Having never seen him on the field, my first impression was, 'This guy can really move. He's an athlete. This is more than possible,'" Bell told reporters. Senzel may have to wait until mid-to-late April to make his MLB debut due to service time rules, but it shouldn't be long before the 23-year-old becomes an everyday player for Cincinnati.

Senzel slashed .310/.378/.509 in 44 games (193 plate appearances) at Triple-A Louisville in 2018 before suffering a season-ending finger injury in June.

Yangervis Solarte, Giants reportedly agree to terms

The San Francisco Giants have agreed to terms on a contract with infielder Yangervis Solarte, reports Robert Murray of The Athletic.

What It Means:

Murray adds that the deal is pending a physical. Solarte primarily played third base while appearing in 122 games for the Toronto Blue Jays last season, but he can contribute all over the infield. Solarte turns 32 in July.

Solarte slashed .226/.277/.378 with 17 home runs, 54 RBI, and 50 runs scored across 506 plate appearances in 2018.

Blue Jays' Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s MLB debut undetermined

Toronto Blue Jays top prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s MLB debut has "no firm timeline," general manager Ross Atkins said Thursday.

What It Means:

Guerrero Jr. likely won't debut until mid-to-late April due to baseball's service time rules. He turns 20 next month.

Vlad Jr. turned in a phenomenal .381/.437/.636 batting line with 20 home runs, 78 RBI, and 67 runs scored over 95 games (408 plate appearances) last season across four different levels of the Blue Jays' minor league system.

Jacob deGrom named Mets' Opening Day starter

New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom will be the club's Opening Day starter, manager Mickey Callaway announced Thursday.

What It Means:

deGrom is the reigning National League Cy Young Award winner and coming off an absolutely dominant campaign, so it would have been shocking if Callaway named anyone else. The Mets tee the 2019 season off in Washington against the Nationals on March 28.

The 30-year-old right-hander led the majors with a 1.70 ERA last season, the sixth-lowest ERA among qualified pitchers since Major League Baseball lowered the mound in 1969. He also struck out 269 batters over 217 innings.

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Yankees' Luis Severino agrees to four-year $40 million dollar extension on Friday

New York Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino will avoid arbitration after agreeing to a four-year $40 million dollar extension on Friday.

What It Means:

Severino will continue serving as the ace of the Yankees' starting staff after agreeing to a four-year extension on Friday. Look for the 24-year old to build off his strong 2018 season despite struggling after the All-Star break.

In 32 starts last season, Severino went 19-8 with a 3.39 ERA and 220 strikeouts.

Source: MLB.com

Nick Senzel could start for Reds in 2019

Cincinnati Reds manager David Bell said that it is "very possible" that prospect Nick Senzel will be the starting center fielder.

What It Means:

Senzel has never played in the outfield, but the Reds are confident he can make the transition. "Having never seen him on the field, my first impression was, 'This guy can really move. He's an athlete. This is more than possible,'" Bell told reporters. Senzel may have to wait until mid-to-late April to make his MLB debut due to service time rules, but it shouldn't be long before the 23-year-old becomes an everyday player for Cincinnati.

Senzel slashed .310/.378/.509 in 44 games (193 plate appearances) at Triple-A Louisville in 2018 before suffering a season-ending finger injury in June.

Yangervis Solarte, Giants reportedly agree to terms

The San Francisco Giants have agreed to terms on a contract with infielder Yangervis Solarte, reports Robert Murray of The Athletic.

What It Means:

Murray adds that the deal is pending a physical. Solarte primarily played third base while appearing in 122 games for the Toronto Blue Jays last season, but he can contribute all over the infield. Solarte turns 32 in July.

Solarte slashed .226/.277/.378 with 17 home runs, 54 RBI, and 50 runs scored across 506 plate appearances in 2018.

Blue Jays' Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s MLB debut undetermined

Toronto Blue Jays top prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s MLB debut has "no firm timeline," general manager Ross Atkins said Thursday.

What It Means:

Guerrero Jr. likely won't debut until mid-to-late April due to baseball's service time rules. He turns 20 next month.

Vlad Jr. turned in a phenomenal .381/.437/.636 batting line with 20 home runs, 78 RBI, and 67 runs scored over 95 games (408 plate appearances) last season across four different levels of the Blue Jays' minor league system.

Jacob deGrom named Mets' Opening Day starter

New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom will be the club's Opening Day starter, manager Mickey Callaway announced Thursday.

What It Means:

deGrom is the reigning National League Cy Young Award winner and coming off an absolutely dominant campaign, so it would have been shocking if Callaway named anyone else. The Mets tee the 2019 season off in Washington against the Nationals on March 28.

The 30-year-old right-hander led the majors with a 1.70 ERA last season, the sixth-lowest ERA among qualified pitchers since Major League Baseball lowered the mound in 1969. He also struck out 269 batters over 217 innings.

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Yankees' Luis Severino agrees to four-year $40 million dollar extension on Friday

New York Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino will avoid arbitration after agreeing to a four-year $40 million dollar extension on Friday.

What It Means:

Severino will continue serving as the ace of the Yankees' starting staff after agreeing to a four-year extension on Friday. Look for the 24-year old to build off his strong 2018 season despite struggling after the All-Star break.

In 32 starts last season, Severino went 19-8 with a 3.39 ERA and 220 strikeouts.

Source: MLB.com

Nick Senzel could start for Reds in 2019

Cincinnati Reds manager David Bell said that it is "very possible" that prospect Nick Senzel will be the starting center fielder.

What It Means:

Senzel has never played in the outfield, but the Reds are confident he can make the transition. "Having never seen him on the field, my first impression was, 'This guy can really move. He's an athlete. This is more than possible,'" Bell told reporters. Senzel may have to wait until mid-to-late April to make his MLB debut due to service time rules, but it shouldn't be long before the 23-year-old becomes an everyday player for Cincinnati.

Senzel slashed .310/.378/.509 in 44 games (193 plate appearances) at Triple-A Louisville in 2018 before suffering a season-ending finger injury in June.

Yangervis Solarte, Giants reportedly agree to terms

The San Francisco Giants have agreed to terms on a contract with infielder Yangervis Solarte, reports Robert Murray of The Athletic.

What It Means:

Murray adds that the deal is pending a physical. Solarte primarily played third base while appearing in 122 games for the Toronto Blue Jays last season, but he can contribute all over the infield. Solarte turns 32 in July.

Solarte slashed .226/.277/.378 with 17 home runs, 54 RBI, and 50 runs scored across 506 plate appearances in 2018.

Blue Jays' Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s MLB debut undetermined

Toronto Blue Jays top prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s MLB debut has "no firm timeline," general manager Ross Atkins said Thursday.

What It Means:

Guerrero Jr. likely won't debut until mid-to-late April due to baseball's service time rules. He turns 20 next month.

Vlad Jr. turned in a phenomenal .381/.437/.636 batting line with 20 home runs, 78 RBI, and 67 runs scored over 95 games (408 plate appearances) last season across four different levels of the Blue Jays' minor league system.

Jacob deGrom named Mets' Opening Day starter

New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom will be the club's Opening Day starter, manager Mickey Callaway announced Thursday.

What It Means:

deGrom is the reigning National League Cy Young Award winner and coming off an absolutely dominant campaign, so it would have been shocking if Callaway named anyone else. The Mets tee the 2019 season off in Washington against the Nationals on March 28.

The 30-year-old right-hander led the majors with a 1.70 ERA last season, the sixth-lowest ERA among qualified pitchers since Major League Baseball lowered the mound in 1969. He also struck out 269 batters over 217 innings.

Source: Mike Puma

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