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Arizona Diamondbacks
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Gerardo ParraAppears to be written off as a fourth OF, but contributes at a roughly average rate in 5 categories. Be ready to pounce in the event of INJURY or demotion
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Adam EatonCurrently owned at a high rate, intriguing mix of skills. Capable of producing in 5 categories but will probably lack RBI opportunities
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A.J. PollockShould start most days while Eaton and Ross are injured
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Atlanta Braves
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Juan FranciscoPower option against righties, should not play against lefties
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Chris JonnsonBest if used against poor pitching - career reverse platoon split is something to keep in mind
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Evan GattisWill serve as the back-up to Laird while McCann is on the DL, could also see time in the OF
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Baltimore Orioles
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Wilson BetemitGood match-up against contact oriented pitchers. Looks like the primary DH
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Nolan ReimoldPlaying time and health are far from guaranteed, but more upside than most in the waiver pool
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Nate McLouthCould end up in a platoon with Reimold. Potential to contribute to any category on a given day if you need a spot start
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Brian RobertsQuietly put together a solid, healthy spring. Will bat 9th and share 2B duties with Alexi Casilla
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Boston Red Sox
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Jackie Bradley Jr.Currently looking at a full time role until Ortiz returns
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Jonny Gomes A column favorite last year, mashes LHP. Getting towards the back end of his career. Likely a platoon DH while Ortiz is out
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Mike CarpCould end up in a few partial platoons including LF, 1B, and DH
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David RossWill likely be relegated to day game duties or working with a specific SP. Watch
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Chicago White Sox
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Tyler FlowersMajor strike out issues make him hard to roster as a regular, but he does have some utility as a power bat against LHP
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Jeff KeppingerGood bet to deliver a solid batting average and little else. 1B, 2B, and 3B eligibility make him more helpful
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Chicago Cubs
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Scott Hairston Should form a predictable handedness platoon with Schierholtz. Good power against LHP
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Nate SchierholtzSolid production against RHP. Good for streaming
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Cincinnati Reds
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Chris HeiseyFull time starter while Ludwick is out
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Devin MesoracoPost-hype sleeper as an offensive minded C, will start the season behind Hannigan
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Cleveland Indians
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Jason GiambiPower option against righties as DH
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Lonnie ChisenhallEnough upside to be worth a speculatory pick in some leagues. Will probably platoon with Aviles
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Mike AvilesMay platoon at 3B and could see an increased role if Chisenhall struggles. Currently slated as the super-UTIL while the team carries 11 POS players
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Colorado Rockies
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Tyler ColvinOptioned to AAA but could be brought back to platoon with Helton at a later date
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Jordan PachecoHas received some love for C eligibility, but will likely split time with Nelson in an unpredictable 3B platoon
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Chris NelsonMore power and upside than Pacheco, although he had the lesser spring
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Eric Young Jr.Steals in bunches but rarely starts
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Detroit Tigers
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Andy DirksRespectable against RHP, 2012 platoon numbers against RHP were driven by a .394 BABIP. Currently a surprise everyday starter
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Asivail GarciaCould be a useful straight platoon with Dirks but will start the season on the DL
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Nick CastellanosHe's not a long way off from a call-up if there are OF or DH troubles
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Florida Marlins
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Juan PierreCan still swipe a base and won't face much competition for playing time in the early going
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Placido PolancoHas been perpetually unhealthy for two years. A bounce back is possible if he can figure out how to play without pain
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Rob BrantlyHad a strong debut last season but is in line for some regression. Should be roughly replacement level at C
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Houston Astros
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Rick AnkielStarting RF for now and should be batting towards the middle of this flawed lineup
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Brett WallaceStinging the ball this spring and scouts are impressed. Unless K's drop drastically, he's still just a roster patch. Carter or Pena may platoon with him at 1B
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Chris CarterBig power and big K rate. Should provide some major mashing against LHP and little else. Very streaky
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Carlos PenaBig power, OBP upside against RHP
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Justin MaxwellDecent power and speed combo against bad pitchers
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Fernando MartinezFormer top prospect should get a long look, but the recent track record says he'll be hard to use even as a streaming option
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Jason CastroFormer prospect had a big spring, matching his 2012 HR total of 6. Could be a useful post-hype sleeper
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JD MartinezOffers decent power and little else, could be bumped once F-Mart is recalled
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Kansas City Royals
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Lorenzo CainHas the ability to produce across 5 categories. Good streaming option for shallow leagues or a deep league starter
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Los Angeles Angels
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Alberto CallaspoHe can contribute batting average and very little else. Good for filling Monday/Thursday roster spots and little else
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Los Angeles Dodgers
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Luis CruzVery BABIP dependent with no walk, low strikeout approach. Also lacks power and base-stealing capabilities.
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Jerry Hairston Jr. Also BABIP dependent, but can take a walk. Currently 2B/3B/OF eligible but playing time is uncertain and unpredictable
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Mark EllisSub-replacement level. Could be full time player or participate in a strict handedness platoon with Schumaker.
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Skip SchumakerSub-replacement level. Path to playing time is unclear.
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Milwaukee Brewers
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Watch 1BWith Corey Hart out about 1 month, the club is turning to a platoon of Alex Gonzalez and Yuni Betancourt. Anything else would be an improvement
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Carlos GomezA favorite of the column last season, should be heavily owned this year and a full-time starter
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Norichika Aoki Another column favorite that should be seeing mostly full-time reps, will also be heavily owned early on
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Minnesota Twins
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Chris ParmaleeGood power option but it remains to be seen if he will be overmatched at the MLB level
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Aaron HicksWill break camp as the CF. Decent mix of power and speed, but might be too early in his develop to expect fantasy help
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Ryan DoumitHeavily owned early on, but spent much of last season on the waiver wire despite top 10 C numbers
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Trevor PlouffeLost his best eligibilities over the offseason, still 3B/OF eligible but his power outburst last season has him rostered in too many leagues
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Darin MastroianniSteals bases in bunches and little else. He's the fourth outfielder until Morneau is traded or Hicks is demoted
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New York Mets
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John BuckShould get full time reps until D'Arnaud is called upon
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Travis D'ArnaudGood candidate to roster in late April/early May. Should take over from Buck as full time backstop
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Daniel MurphyProvides good ratios and some production across all categories
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Collin CowgillGrinder who has the potential to contribute across the board on any given day
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Lucas DudaAn atypical post-hype sleeper. Still has power to mash RHP and provide solid numbers
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Kirk NieuwenhuisTypical replacement level fodder. He could steal a base or pop a home run on a given day, it just isn't likely
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Jordany ValdespinPositional flexibility and could bat leadoff in a lineup that only features a couple hitters worth noticing
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New York Yankees
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Travis Hafner Should benefit from that short RF porch. Good power play against RHP
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Vernon WellsThere are better fish in the sea, but he still has some power when he plays
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Eduardo NunezJeter enters the season banged up, and Nunez's ability to steal bases makes him more attractive than other waiver options like Stephen Drew
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Brennan BoeschCould see time in a handedness platoon with Wells, and we all know how friendly Yankee Stadium II is to lefties
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Oakland Athletics
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Derek NorrisCould possibly end up in a handedness platoon with Jaso
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Nate Freiman Could see time against lefties as a 1B/DH. A hot start could lead to a handedness platoon with Moss
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Brandon MossGood power option versus lesser RHP
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Josh DonaldsonTrendy 3B sleeper. Playing time is not assured, but could post HR+SB totals above 20.
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Jed LowrieFantasy starter when healthy. Lacks assured role at this point.
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Jemile WeeksDisappointing sophomore effort complete with BABIP troubles. Will be competing with Lowrie and Nakajima for playing time
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Hiroyuki NakajimaHas shown no power and a large strikeout problem in very small-sample spring training action
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Coco CrispVery steady supplier of SB when healthy
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Seth SmithShould reprise his role as platoon DH against RHP. Could see time in OF and 1B
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Eric SogardWith playing time, could put together 20 HR+SB which is palatable given his 2B/SS/3B eligibilities. Needs some help to find the playing time
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Philadelphia Phillies
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Delmon YoungPassable against LHP, solid HR threat
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Erik KratzShould provide respectable production until Ruiz returns
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John Mayberry JrBest against LHP, can be used against RHP if "hot"
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