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30 MLB acquisitions that could pay a large amount



Fans and analysts spend the whole season speculating where the best free agents could go, but sometimes after the radar assembly can end up in a world of differences. Since this year's Spring Training camps start accumulating local competitions, MLB.com rhythm writers were asked to identify one potentially unnoticed acquisition for each of the 30 clubs.

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AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST

Blue Jays: Matt Shoemaker RHP
. rotation potential in 2016, when he announced 3.88 ERA for more than 1

60 engineers angels. Since then, it is not healthy, but Blue Jays believes that talent is worth it. Shoemaker should open the year as Toronto no. 4 starter, and he has the opportunity to make a deal of 3.5 million. Additional annual control method for 2020 Gives Blue Jays even greater resistance to this low risk signing. – Gregor Chisholm

Video: Shoemaker with his impressions to join the Blue Jays

Orioles: Drew Jackson SS
This winter, Orioles signed only one major league free in some sense, each additive they make corresponds to the radar. However, let's pay attention to Jackson, who joined O through the trade after Phillies chose it in the 5 draft rule. Although Jackson didn't play over Double-A, in 2018 He divorced 15 houses and 22 stolen bases. He calculates that he is Rule 5 by Richie Martin . close the job briefly, with the versatility of his position, as well as giving him a good role in the O bench. – Joe Trezza

Rays: Emilio Pagan RHP
Signing Charlie Morton and Trading Yandy Diaz busy December, but one movement that slipped under the radar, was in the Tampa Bay to a team of three with Rangers and Athletics to acquire Pagan from Oakland. The 27-year-old reliever will not jump as a big acquisition, but he has the potential to become the main piece of Tampa Bay Bullpen. Last season's 55 exhibitions ended with 4.92 FIPs in Pagan, but found a lot of success against the right hand. Hitters from that side of the board hit only 1966. Before the Gentile, who could have encouraged him to be a potential candidate for the opening role in 2019. Red Sox: Colten Brewer RHP
Looking for this year Ryan Brasier ? Red Sox expects the 26-year-old brewery to enter this category. The law was acquired through the trade in Padres in November, while Red Sox sees untapped potential in the right dismissal. Brewer's top weapon is a cutter that can reach 95 mph. It also uses a curve and a slider. Look for Boston coaching staff to work with Brewer to improve your pitch mix. If he can make the necessary improvements, he can become an unexpected contributor to the "bullpen" who needs people to reinforce his activity. – Ian Browne

Video: Farquhar talks about his recovery by signing with Yanks

Yankees: Danny Farquhar RHP
The easiest story in any camp could be Farquhar, who takes a huge Yankees bulldozer after recovering from ruptured aneurysm and bleeding, which last April last year. The right hand says that he is determined to rejoin the big ones; Farquhar turns 32 this month and has 3.93 ERA 253 career shows. AL CENTRAL

Dishes: Jefry Rodriguez RHP
There are many talks about new acquisitions, such as Carlos Santana Jake Bauers Jordan Luplow and Kevin Plawecki about how they can affect the genus list, but Rodriguez is the one who flew under the radar. The 25-year-old right hand was dealt with Indians with a Minor League racer Daniel Johnson November In exchange Yan Gomes . 2018 He spent time in Double-A, Triple-A and the big national leagues, 7-5 with a 3.40 ERA 19 in the Small League. With 14 games in Washington, including eight, Rodriguez registered 5.71 ERA – but eased the 2.70 ERA.

A 6-foot, 6-inch, 232-pound hurler has a decent grab and above – an average curveball with an evolving change. Rodriguez would probably not open the list of opening days, but he could certainly be the relief that the Indians call for this season, and he could have a strong impact. – Mandy Bell

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Royals: Chris Owings UTIL
Super-Communal The season was not exactly illuminated by Royals Twitter. Any fans may not realize that Kansas is hoping that equity will be a significant addition to their holdings almost daily. Royals CEO Dayton Mooreas has said several times that the team will use Owings in many ways: "Backup" Adalberto Mondesi Short Jump, Whit Merrifield on Base 2 and Hunter Dozier in the third base. If Royals makes a first Dozier / Ryan O & # 39; Hearn headquarters on the first basis, Owings will see a lot of play time in the third. Why? Club officials believe Owings is a Royal prototype. He is a famous defender whose speed is above average – 2016 He stole 21 bases with 11 in three. Moore also pointed out that several teams were looking for Owings, while Kansas City won the lottery. They may not know it now, but Royals fans will hear the name of Owings in 2019.

 Tigers 

Tigers: tKaleb Cowart Detroit was one of the rare teams not to use the position as a player last year, but the tigers are looking for young talents and they have the opportunity to experiment this spring in the middle of reconstruction. Cowart fascinated Detroit scouts in the mid-90s in secondary education, and last month he supported a strong Bullland session for team officers Lakle, Fla. - Jason Beck

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Gemini: Ronald Torreyes UTIL
Minnesota Grand League Free Agents Acquisitions this year turned to larger lists (first base, second base, designated hitter and bullpen). However, during the less splashy movement, twins signed in December in Torreyes after the public service provider was first sold from the Yankees to the Cubs, and then not sold in Chicago. Although twins already have the benefit of Ehire Adrianza filling the Major League list, the 26-year-old Torreyes is controlled by 2022. And there are careers .281 during the four-year season with Dodgers and the Yankees -

The projection of the Twinning list of 25 people does not have much room for flexibility - especially with Nelson Cruz signed as the main Hitter. The depth of utility twins can be important during the season when Minnesota expects to compete for the race. Torreyes' most consistent game duration began in 2017, with 108 games affected .292 / .314 / .375. by Do-Hyoung Park

White Sox: Manny Banuelos LHP
Michael Kopech 2019 correct the ulnar back ligament gap. Dylan Cease should reach the top in the 1960s, but he will not break the camp with the team. So the fifth slot is open, and Banuelos is ready to fill that empty space. Southpaw has only six big leagues and seven shows at the start of his career, but White Sox had enough interest in a one-off, highly-spoken opportunity to trade with Dodgers at the age of 27 instead of waiting for him to become a six-year-old free agent. Angels: Justin Bour 1B

With the right hard hardships, angels had the power of left hand retreat and found their husband in the first Bour master. Angels signed Bour for one year and $ 2.5 million. US Dollars, when Marlins and Phillies came down a bit, and 141 games - 227 with 20 Homers and 59 RBIs. But Bour, 30, has a strong record of strength and patience, and the first base will break down Albert Pujols . Bouras faces difficulties, so Pujols will probably be on the first day when the mound is on the hill. - Rhett Bollinger

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Astros: Aledmys Diaz SS
Astros The first offseason step was to trade Diaz, which signaled quite a lot as a free agent acting Marwin Gonzalez . Like Gonzalez, Diaz brings versatility and will be the first, left field, third and short, which is his main position. Right Right Diaz 2016 In the season with Cardinals, Rookie was All-Star and spent 18 years in Toronto. 263 / .303 / 453 452 on 18 homers and 55 RBIs. His .756 OPS was actually bigger than Gonzalez OPS (.733) in the 18th

Astros founded starters in the left field (Michael Brantley), third base (Alex Bregman), shortstop (Carlos Correa) and first base (Yuli Gurriel) so Diaz doesn't know which glove he's going to wear until he comes to the balloon every day and checks his composition. He started 258 games in his Major League career and 33rd in third place. He also had a limited performance in the left field and in the second base. - Brian McTaggart

Athletics: Nick Hundlis C
A's two large backbone paths, when pitchers and catchers reported on Sunday, then added a third before the first training session, which prove this season is useful. Hundley, a 11-leagues season veteran, hooked up with Auckland through the League League and has the potential to engage and use his rich experience to fill Jonathan Lucroy left blank. In addition, Hundley brings a little pop to the table, and has hit 10 home owners in the last four seasons. - Jane Lee t which went to the season. However, Santana can be an interesting seafarer factor because it gives a strong right hand with some interesting heights after it was acquired by Brewers for outfielder Ben Gamel and Little League pitcher Noah Zavol . Brewers has a 6-day 5,220-strong dominant local population in 2017, with 30 households, 85 RBIs, 15 stolen bases, and .875 OPS, but last year he died after losing time after the beer breweries. Acquisitions Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain . Still only 26, Santana will be an important part of the reconstruction effort in Seattle if it returns to its previous production. - Greg Johns

Rangers: Jeff Mathis C
Rangers Signed Mathis to No. 1 catcher. Robinson Chirinos . The decision was a defense for the crime; Chirinos has had 18 homes last season and drove 65 times and the Mathis .564 OPS is the lowest for any Major League player over the last 20 years. However, Mathis has an excellent reputation for being strong at defending and working well with jugs. Rangers hopes to help improve their footprints, stabilize their defenses and support young trappers like Isiah Kiner-Falefa and Jose Trevino . - T.R. Sullivan

NL EAST

Braves: Ryan LaMarre
LaMarre appeared in only 105 major league games (76 - 2018), because the Reds chose him in second 2010. MLB Draft. However, 30-year-old Outfielder showed some promise when he hit .303 with two homers and .809 OPS 33 games he played after White Sox said he refused before last year's All-Star break. Adam Duvall is the best candidate to open the season as the original Atlanta developer, but is disappointed with the fashion that Duvall made in 2018. In the season, Braves gives a reason to at least discuss whether it will bring value to the bench. LaMarre is the place to be on the opening day list, but it has the ability to create an intrigue if Duvall fights during the Grapefruit League season.

 Marlins:  Rosell Herrera  

Marlin said Herrera refused Royals from January 2. At that time, the deal seemed to be another relocation of the list to create a deep and competitive spring training. But pickup can be much more. 26-year-old Herrera, who last year saw a limited race with Royals and Reds, may have the chance to win the original field in Miami. The right field could be its opening day - if it captivates the camp. - Joe Frisaro

Video: Mets Plans J.D. Davis may include a pitch

Mets: J.D. Davis 1B
While the outlook Peter Alonso will dominate the first-ground conversation in the Mets camp this spring, watch Davis, which Mets acquired in January with Astros. The 988 OPS owner Triple-A, Davis, could have been a right-handed Slugger that had to be replaced "" by Wilmer Flores . His power is real, and he is able to play both in the corner and outside - and even sometimes. In order to make a mark, Davis simply has to prove that he can move the success of his Little League to the greatest. - Anthony DiComo

Citizens: Brian Dozier 2B
Citizens needed something to fill the gap in the second base of the year, until their young prospects were ready. After a disappointing year of contract, the Dozer needed a place to prove himself again. Dozier and Washington are perfect for a one-year $ 9 million match in January. - It could be one of the offseason thieves. Dozer played for many in 2018, and his production is approaching him. For three seasons before 2015-17, according to Baseball, Dozier averaged 4.5. If citizens get a player close to it, their composition may be scary. - Jamal Collier

Phillies: Jose Alvarez LHP
Filis has a lot of depth and competition for eight Spring Training jobs should be great. However, there is reason to believe that Alvarez will unload one of these jobs. Last season he went with 6-4 with 2.71 ERA and 3.05 FIP 76 Angels who traded in December with the right Luis Garcia . Phillies was able to use another reliable left handle; they currently have Adam Morgan and Austin Davis as the only other left. Another thing working for Alvarez? It does not provide opportunities. NL CENTRAL

Beer Brewers: Bobby Wahl RHP
"This is a jug that has dominated the top Minor League, Brewers CEO David Stearns for the last few years said that on the day he was trading Keon Broxton from Mets provided a prospective package that includes "righty reliever" Wahl. Undoubtedly, Wahl announces the opening day, but it is clear that breweries have great potential and how aggressively mixing guns between minors and big ones - and how strongly Craig Counsell is leading. - Wahl is likely to be able to deliver the crew at some point. - Adam McCalvy

Cardinals: Drew Robinson OF
Among the marks Paul Goldschmidt and Andrew Miller Robinson arrived from Texas to trade Patrick Wisdom at MLB Winter Meetings. The shortage of left hand in the cardinal list causes Robinson, who is likely to match the stand. His defense versatility is a plus. First and foremost, cardinals are intrigued by Robinson's ability to fill a central field and a short corner. - Jenifer Langosch

Video: ARI @ HOU: Descalso launches HR-2 in the 1980s

Cubs: Daniel Descalso 2B 2B [19659005] 2B
The signing of Descalso 2B did not break the bank (two years, guaranteed 5 million dollars) or stole all the headlines, but this was a major problem for several reasons. One cell he checked for Cubs was a clubhouse with leadership skills. This was a priority for the team this season. Descalso also brings a more fly-ball offensive approach to the Cubs team, which has seen the speed of its land ball in the last two months. Descalso, who has been reviving his swing in the last few years. Captures 46.3 percent The speed of the flying ball (from 36.9% during his career) and the power jump (11.4% "18 years compared to 6.9 in his career". Descalso can also play a few positions; he will probably help in the second - Jordan Bastian

Pirates: Lonnie Chisenhall OF
Pirates Signed Chisenhall in November By One Year 2 $ 75 million in a $ 3 million contract for veteran clothing, a 30-year-old man felt he had entered Cleveland's new career in the last two years when he fell. 368 / .503, but injuries (mostly calf strains) were limited to only 365 plates at the time, 111 games. Chisenhall will be able to start the right field until Gregory Polanco is completely healthy, and it is expected that it will play an important role after being given a defensive diversity. Most of Pirates 'free agents' signatures fly under the radar because they are not associated with big names at the top of the market. However, if Chisenhall can combine his offensive adjustments with good health, he can become a wise pirate add-on. - Adam Berry

Red: Zach Duke LHP
LHP
The 35th Duke was signed on a one-year $ 2 million contract on Monday to join the Reds Bullpen again. where he built the second in 2013 Although last season's breakdowns indicate that it will be used as a one-off left, the club thinks that it can go both sides of the plate

Seeing his 15th season in the big league, Duke saw his ERA grow to 4.15 last seasons with twins and sailors. But he is a ground ball jug that allowed 52 houses to run in one house. The Independent Percentage (FIP) also dropped significantly from 5.29 to 17.31 last season. This would be good for Duke when he returns to Great American Ball Park. - Mark Sheldon

NL WEST

D-Back: Merrill Kelly RHP
D-backs expect they disappeared in the gem of Kelly, just like Cardinals worked with a starter last year Miles Mikolas . Kelly has spent the last four years in Korea, where she has increased her speed and had a lot of success in the hitter-friendly league. Kelly has signed a two-year $ 5.5 million deal, which also includes a 2021 deal. And a 22 year old club.

Kelly is predicted as a team starter no. 5, pointing to the camp. begins to turn and give Arizona a certain depth. - Steve Gilbert

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Dodgers: Russell Martin C
Martin is not exactly like Chris Taylor and Max Muncy who went out of nowhere without breaks. However, he could provide the same type of unexpected, unreasonable radar effect if the return to return matches his return to Dodgers after the Blue Jays trade. Giants: Drew Ferguson OF
Ferguson was one of two players in December. the opportunity to stay in view of the club's lack of outdoors. In 2015, Aergos' Astros project was the career of the 19th round Ferguson. 297 Hitter, with 393 percent of minors, can play all three outdoor locations. 2018 He jumped .305 with .866 OPS and four homes in 65 games with Triple-A Fresno. Ferguson, 26, Will have to be sent to Astros if he is not on the list of 25 people throughout the season, so the giants hope to give him a long look this spring. - Maria Guardado

Padres: Esteban Quiroz INF
Depression requires depth, left hand and high OBP. Quiroz is suitable for billing. After seven seasons of professional activity in Mexico, Quiroz signed a contract with Red Sox last year before San Diego landed in November. Now, Quiroz gets a chance to play an important role in the Padres firewall - and possibly start working in third place. Last season he defeated the Boston organization .283 / .406 / .547. Rockies: Mark Reynolds 1B
Reynolds was so effective after purchasing a radar for this club, perhaps it should be good. radar. He signed a one-year deal in 2016. And lowered .282 / .356 / .450, then signed the "Small League" deal "17" and hit 30 Homer teams. Releasing 2018 With citizens, Reynolds has returned to the Rockies Camp under the Minority Treaty, but hopes to see an impact again. - Thomas Harding


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