The 1983 White Sox were known for “Winning Ugly,” except, of course, in that gruesome loss in their final game.New York Mets MLB Design Face Coverings
Why he's here: Altuve rode the wind of his 20s to this lofty rating despite the first season of his 30s ending up as the worst of his career. Altuve hit a paltry .219/.286/.344 during the regular season, then went 0-for-7 during Houston's wild-card series against Minnesota. Suddenly, the old Altuve re-emerged, as he hammered five homers over 11 games in the ALDS and ALCS, nearly boosting Houston to another pennant. Still, Altuve is on the wrong side of 30, always a perilous time for a second baseman, so the Astros will be watching him anxiously as he enters one of four more seasons left on his contract, each paying him $26 million. -- Doolittle
Forget trying to predict potential breakouts, let’s just take the only guy not named Mike Trout to finish in the top 5 in MVP voting in each of the last two seasons. LeMahieu has been the best pure hitter in baseball since entering Yankee Stadium (an MLB-best .336 batting average between 2019 and 2020), and I’m fine letting that ride even if it means betting on a guy playing his age-33 season. If he declines, oh well. If it’s more of the same, giddy up.Baltimore Orioles MLB Design Face Coverings
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Why he's here: Marquez is 30-22 with a 4.14 ERA over the past three seasons and led the NL in innings and batters faced last season, but remains underrated since he has to pitch half his games in Coors Field. Since 2018, however, he's seventh in the majors with a 3.08 ERA on the road -- behind guys named deGrom, Verlander, Scherzer, Cole, Kershaw and Bieber. -- SchoenfieldSt. Louis Cardinals MLB Design Face Coverings
Ross named Alzolay the Cubs' No. 5 starter on Saturday. The 26-year-old will join the rotation behind Kyle Hendricks, Jake Arrieta, Zach Davies and Trevor Williams.
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A’s manager Bob Melvin said before he likes that there are two different leagues in MLB. But despite being an old-school guy, he embraced most of the 2020 season's changes.Philadelphia Phillies MLB Design Face Coverings
The 30-year-old Teheran earned a $3 million, one-year deal that took effect when he was added to the 40-man roster. He can also earn $1 million in performance bonuses: $250,000 each for 10, 15, 20 and 25 starts.