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3B A. Cabrera NYM $3,100 SALARY 13.3x VALUE 41.2 FP
C R. Rivera CHC $2,500 SALARY 12.8x VALUE 31.9 FP
OF Y. Puig LAD $4,200 SALARY 9.7x VALUE 40.8 FP
2B B. Miller TB $2,700 SALARY 12.9x VALUE 34.7 FP
P O. Despaigne MIA $5,900 SALARY 7.3x VALUE 43.0 FP
OF M. Betts BOS $4,400 SALARY 8.4x VALUE 37.1 FP
1B J. Gallo TEX $2,700 SALARY 18.6x VALUE 50.1 FP
OF K. Schwarber CHC $3,400 SALARY 10.4x VALUE 35.2 FP
SS M. Moroff PIT $2,100 SALARY 13.6x VALUE 28.5 FP
      $31,000 TOTAL
SALARY
  342.5 TOTAL
FP
2B/SS A. Cabrera NYM $3,500 SALARY 8.9x VALUE 31.0 FP
SP C. Sabathia NYY $8,300 SALARY 3.2x VALUE 26.4 FP
SP J. Lester CHC $9,200 SALARY 2.9x VALUE 26.9 FP
C R. Rivera CHC $3,300 SALARY 7.0x VALUE 23.0 FP
3B D. Dietrich MIA $3,600 SALARY 7.2x VALUE 26.0 FP
OF Y. Puig LAD $4,700 SALARY 6.2x VALUE 29.0 FP
2B B. Miller TB $3,200 SALARY 8.1x VALUE 26.0 FP
OF M. Betts BOS $5,100 SALARY 5.5x VALUE 28.0 FP
1B/3B J. Gallo TEX $3,600 SALARY 10.0x VALUE 36.0 FP
OF K. Schwarber CHC $4,900 SALARY 5.1x VALUE 25.0 FP
      $49,400 TOTAL
SALARY
  277.3 TOTAL
FP
SS A. Cabrera NYM $17 SALARY 1.5x VALUE 26.0 FP
P C. Sabathia NYY $37 SALARY 0.8x VALUE 29.1 FP
C R. Rivera CHC $10 SALARY 2.0x VALUE 20.0 FP
1B Y. Alonso SEA $14 SALARY 1.0x VALUE 14.0 FP
OF Y. Puig LAD $19 SALARY 1.4x VALUE 26.0 FP
2B B. Miller TB $12 SALARY 1.8x VALUE 22.0 FP
P O. Despaigne MIA $29 SALARY 0.9x VALUE 25.0 FP
OF M. Betts BOS $21 SALARY 1.1x VALUE 24.0 FP
3B J. Gallo TEX $14 SALARY 2.3x VALUE 32.0 FP
OF K. Schwarber CHC $19 SALARY 1.2x VALUE 22.0 FP
      $192 TOTAL
SALARY
  240.1 TOTAL
FP
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Christian Yelich's relationship with Marlins 'irrevocably broken'

The agent for Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich said that his client's relationship with the team is "irrevocably broken."

What It Means:

Yelich's agent, Joe Longo, added that his client "needs to get on with his career." He also cited a culture change with Miami while pushing the 26-year-old's trade request to a trade demand. So far, Miami's asking price has been too high for teams like the Washington Nationals, Toronto Blue Jays and Texas Rangers, among others.

In his last two seasons, Yelich has played 155 and 156 games while hitting at least 18 home runs and tallying 81 or more RBIs in each. He's under team control until 2023.

Source: ESPN

Giants' Hunter Pence will move to left field in 2018

According to the San Francisco Chronicle's John Shea, San Francisco Giants outfielder Hunter Pence will move from right to left field for the upcoming 2018 season.

What It Means:

Bruce Bochy has reportedly told Pence of the move. This comes after trading for Andrew McCutchen, who will make a move of his own from centerfield to right field in his new home. Gorkys Hernandez or Steven Duggar are possibilities in center, but the team's entertaining the idea of adding Jarrod Dyson or Lorenzo Cain in free agency. Management has said that they'd like Duggar to at least start in the minors this season.

In his time with the Giants, Pence hasn't played a single inning in left field. In fact, he's only played a single inning in center, compared to more than 5,000 innings in right.

Andrew McCutchen to play right field following trade to Giants

San Francisco Giants outfielder Andrew McCutchen will play right field after being traded from the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday.

What It Means:

According to the San Francisco Chronicle's John Shea, manager Bruce Bochy announced his decision. Hunter Pence will move to left field with Gorkys Hernandez the candidate to start in center. The team's also looking at free agents Jarrod Dyson and Lorenzo Cain to possibly fill that spot.

In 9 years with the Pirates, McCutchen played the majority of his games in center. He did, however, slide to right field 13 times in 2017.

Josh Harrison prefers trade if Pirates aren't looking to compete

In a statement on Tuesday, Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman Josh Harrison said he would prefer to be traded if the team doesn't expect to contend for a championship in 2018 or 2019.

What It Means:

Over the last few days, the Pirates have traded starting pitcher Gerrit Cole as well as centerfielder and face-of-the-franchise Andrew McCutchen. Harrison could actually be the next one on the block, but the 30-year-old has added him own voice to those reports now. He's under club control until 2020 and is owed over $10.5 million per season over the next three years. There a few teams already showing interest in trading for Harrison's services.

Last season, Harrison slashed .272/.339/.432 with a career-high 16 home runs and 47 RBI. He also added 12 stolen bases in 128 games.

Report: Giants acquire Andrew McCutchen from Pirates

The San Francisco Giants have agreed to acquire outfielder Andrew McCutchen from the Pittsburgh Pirates, pending a review of medical records, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic.

What It Means:

Reports surfaced earlier in the day that the two sides were approaching a deal, and now it appears that it is complete. There is no word on the players being exchanged for McCutchen, but it's been a tough week for Pirates fans after the trade of Gerrit Cole last week.

McCutchen averaged 11.1 FanDuel points per game in 2017 over 650 plate appearances.

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Christian Yelich's relationship with Marlins 'irrevocably broken'

The agent for Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich said that his client's relationship with the team is "irrevocably broken."

What It Means:

Yelich's agent, Joe Longo, added that his client "needs to get on with his career." He also cited a culture change with Miami while pushing the 26-year-old's trade request to a trade demand. So far, Miami's asking price has been too high for teams like the Washington Nationals, Toronto Blue Jays and Texas Rangers, among others.

In his last two seasons, Yelich has played 155 and 156 games while hitting at least 18 home runs and tallying 81 or more RBIs in each. He's under team control until 2023.

Source: ESPN

Giants' Hunter Pence will move to left field in 2018

According to the San Francisco Chronicle's John Shea, San Francisco Giants outfielder Hunter Pence will move from right to left field for the upcoming 2018 season.

What It Means:

Bruce Bochy has reportedly told Pence of the move. This comes after trading for Andrew McCutchen, who will make a move of his own from centerfield to right field in his new home. Gorkys Hernandez or Steven Duggar are possibilities in center, but the team's entertaining the idea of adding Jarrod Dyson or Lorenzo Cain in free agency. Management has said that they'd like Duggar to at least start in the minors this season.

In his time with the Giants, Pence hasn't played a single inning in left field. In fact, he's only played a single inning in center, compared to more than 5,000 innings in right.

Andrew McCutchen to play right field following trade to Giants

San Francisco Giants outfielder Andrew McCutchen will play right field after being traded from the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday.

What It Means:

According to the San Francisco Chronicle's John Shea, manager Bruce Bochy announced his decision. Hunter Pence will move to left field with Gorkys Hernandez the candidate to start in center. The team's also looking at free agents Jarrod Dyson and Lorenzo Cain to possibly fill that spot.

In 9 years with the Pirates, McCutchen played the majority of his games in center. He did, however, slide to right field 13 times in 2017.

Josh Harrison prefers trade if Pirates aren't looking to compete

In a statement on Tuesday, Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman Josh Harrison said he would prefer to be traded if the team doesn't expect to contend for a championship in 2018 or 2019.

What It Means:

Over the last few days, the Pirates have traded starting pitcher Gerrit Cole as well as centerfielder and face-of-the-franchise Andrew McCutchen. Harrison could actually be the next one on the block, but the 30-year-old has added him own voice to those reports now. He's under club control until 2020 and is owed over $10.5 million per season over the next three years. There a few teams already showing interest in trading for Harrison's services.

Last season, Harrison slashed .272/.339/.432 with a career-high 16 home runs and 47 RBI. He also added 12 stolen bases in 128 games.

Report: Giants acquire Andrew McCutchen from Pirates

The San Francisco Giants have agreed to acquire outfielder Andrew McCutchen from the Pittsburgh Pirates, pending a review of medical records, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic.

What It Means:

Reports surfaced earlier in the day that the two sides were approaching a deal, and now it appears that it is complete. There is no word on the players being exchanged for McCutchen, but it's been a tough week for Pirates fans after the trade of Gerrit Cole last week.

McCutchen averaged 11.1 FanDuel points per game in 2017 over 650 plate appearances.

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Christian Yelich's relationship with Marlins 'irrevocably broken'

The agent for Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich said that his client's relationship with the team is "irrevocably broken."

What It Means:

Yelich's agent, Joe Longo, added that his client "needs to get on with his career." He also cited a culture change with Miami while pushing the 26-year-old's trade request to a trade demand. So far, Miami's asking price has been too high for teams like the Washington Nationals, Toronto Blue Jays and Texas Rangers, among others.

In his last two seasons, Yelich has played 155 and 156 games while hitting at least 18 home runs and tallying 81 or more RBIs in each. He's under team control until 2023.

Source: ESPN

Giants' Hunter Pence will move to left field in 2018

According to the San Francisco Chronicle's John Shea, San Francisco Giants outfielder Hunter Pence will move from right to left field for the upcoming 2018 season.

What It Means:

Bruce Bochy has reportedly told Pence of the move. This comes after trading for Andrew McCutchen, who will make a move of his own from centerfield to right field in his new home. Gorkys Hernandez or Steven Duggar are possibilities in center, but the team's entertaining the idea of adding Jarrod Dyson or Lorenzo Cain in free agency. Management has said that they'd like Duggar to at least start in the minors this season.

In his time with the Giants, Pence hasn't played a single inning in left field. In fact, he's only played a single inning in center, compared to more than 5,000 innings in right.

Andrew McCutchen to play right field following trade to Giants

San Francisco Giants outfielder Andrew McCutchen will play right field after being traded from the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday.

What It Means:

According to the San Francisco Chronicle's John Shea, manager Bruce Bochy announced his decision. Hunter Pence will move to left field with Gorkys Hernandez the candidate to start in center. The team's also looking at free agents Jarrod Dyson and Lorenzo Cain to possibly fill that spot.

In 9 years with the Pirates, McCutchen played the majority of his games in center. He did, however, slide to right field 13 times in 2017.

Josh Harrison prefers trade if Pirates aren't looking to compete

In a statement on Tuesday, Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman Josh Harrison said he would prefer to be traded if the team doesn't expect to contend for a championship in 2018 or 2019.

What It Means:

Over the last few days, the Pirates have traded starting pitcher Gerrit Cole as well as centerfielder and face-of-the-franchise Andrew McCutchen. Harrison could actually be the next one on the block, but the 30-year-old has added him own voice to those reports now. He's under club control until 2020 and is owed over $10.5 million per season over the next three years. There a few teams already showing interest in trading for Harrison's services.

Last season, Harrison slashed .272/.339/.432 with a career-high 16 home runs and 47 RBI. He also added 12 stolen bases in 128 games.

Report: Giants acquire Andrew McCutchen from Pirates

The San Francisco Giants have agreed to acquire outfielder Andrew McCutchen from the Pittsburgh Pirates, pending a review of medical records, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic.

What It Means:

Reports surfaced earlier in the day that the two sides were approaching a deal, and now it appears that it is complete. There is no word on the players being exchanged for McCutchen, but it's been a tough week for Pirates fans after the trade of Gerrit Cole last week.

McCutchen averaged 11.1 FanDuel points per game in 2017 over 650 plate appearances.

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