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1 month 3 weeks ago #691 by WilliamR
Alex Kirilloff, OF, Minnesota Twins: His big league debut came in the playoffs which, again, shows how the franchise views him. This is Eddie Rosario's (now with Cleveland) corner outfield replacement. While Kirilloff could initially end up protected versus left-handed pitching, let us view this as a good thing. We want him to hit for a high batting average, and we know there is ample power lurking, so roll with it. Nobody is saying to take Kirilloff over Rosario for 2021, but I am not even seeing the youngster getting drafted at all. That is a mistake. Baltimore Orioles face coverings

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"If you look at a lot of these winning clubs, they do a good job of keeping things loose, keeping it enjoyable. Have fun while you're out there. AJ has us in the right path." Cincinnati Reds face coverings

The White Sox star shortstop has spent the month of February touting the White Sox superiority over their division rivals. He told Our Chuck Garfien "we're the best team in the division, hands down" on the White Sox Talk Podcast. Not two weeks later, he had this to say in his first media session of spring training:

It happened to Kris Bryant. It happened to George Springer. It happens to players all the time. Cleveland Indians face coverings
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"Clearly, it's always about health first," La Russa said. "He's got to take care of himself on the health front first, and our team also needs him to take care of himself.

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"A lot of it depends on does the league come out with a proposal now and give us time to process and talk among players and see if this is a good thing or not, or do they wait until a week until the season (to) try to figure it out. But you know, last year during summer camp they figured out the expanded playoffs, so I'm not going to rule it out." Chicago Cubs face coverings

In his extended postseason stay on the major league roster, the Braves prospect slashed .182/.280/.364 with one home run, four RBI, four hits and four runs scored.

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