This week in baseball blogs…
- Jays From the Couch projects Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s MLB career based on his scouting grades, while Future Blue Jays previews the Double-A seasons of Guerrero and fellow hyped prospect Bo Bichette.
- MLB & Fantasy Baseball Analyzed makes 10 bold predictions for the 2018 season.
- A’s Farm discusses some of the Athletics’ top prospects with special assistant Grady Fuson.
- FSH Baseball analyzes Eddie Rosario’s 2017 breakout.
- Camden Depot compares the Orioles’ rotation to other AL East teams’ starting staffs.
- Underthought explains why Xander Bogarts could be primed for a bounce-back season.
- Razz Ball uses pitch tunneling to delve into the respective fantasy values of Jon Lester and Patrick Corbin.
- World Series Dreaming dives into MLB’s messy economic situation.
- The K Zone looks ahead to next winter’s market for free-agent relievers.
- Sports Talk Florida contends that the Rays didn’t need to overhaul their roster during the offseason.
- The Point of Pittsburgh debates whether second or third base is the more important position.
- Chin Music Baseball focuses on eight players trying to overcome recent injuries.
- District on Deck checks off five things the Nationals must do in 2018.
- STL Hat Trick isn’t ruling out an Adam Wainwright revival.
- Motor City Bengals wonders if the Tigers and Twins could make a trade centering on Jose Iglesias.
- Always The Jake previews Jason Kipnis’ season.
- Maximus Take notes the importance of the walk.
- Blue Jays Nation examines Josh Donaldson’s potential trip to free agency next year by considering some of this past offseason’s moves.
- NY Yankees Digest (links: 1, 2) names the worst trades and best free-agent signings in franchise history.
- Clubhouse Corner’s Bernie Pleskoff gives his observations of spring training in Florida.
- Rox Pile makes seven bold predictions for the NL West.
- Pirates Breakdown takes the Bucs’ likely batting order and compares each slot to 2017 NL rate stats.
- Believeland Ball weighs the risks of the Indians rushing Michael Brantley back versus the potential of waiting too long to activate him.
- Jays Journal ranks Toronto’s top 30 prospects.
- MetsMerized opines that Wilmer Flores could be a key Met in 2018.
- Pro Sports Fandom asks whether Cy Young voters who have truly moved past a pitcher’s record.
- Call To The Pen (links: 1, 2) lists each division from best to worst and compares the Phillies and Mets.
- The Runner Sports (links: 1, 2, 3) reacts to MLB’s decision not to discipline Miguel Sano, and writes about both the Astros-Rangers opening series and the Yankees-Red Sox series that could take place in London in 2019.
- Mets Daddy argues that the club should bat Amed Rosario ninth.
- Real McCoy Minor News breaks down some of the Twins’ most intriguing Triple-A players.
- Friars On Base sees plenty of talent on the Padres.
- Everything Bluebirds highlights catcher Luke Maile’s bid to make the Blue Jays.
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Disagree on the Miggy one. He will bounce back. Every person who watched him play last year noticed he was hurt, not just the start of a decline.