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Mitch Haniger said Friday that he believes he's capable of stealing 20 bases this season.

Mariners manager Scott Servais added that he's given the outfielder the green light on the basepaths. Haniger has stolen double-digit bases a few times in the minors but hasn't come close to 20, so it would be a nice surprise if he's able to get to that number. The 26-year-old is a former compensation round draft pick but bloomed late as a prospect following a swing change. He has the potential to be an interesting power/speed flier late in your fantasy draft.
Feb 24 - 11:16 AM

Jairo Diaz (elbow) will throw a live bullpen session on Friday.

It will be his first since he had Tommy John surgery last March. Diaz has a big arm and could eventually be a key piece in the Rockies' bullpen, but that probably wouldn't happen until well into the season.
Feb 24 - 10:55 AM

Adrian Beltre (calf) will do some jogging on Friday.

It's the first time he's really tested out his left calf since he strained it last week. Beltre's injury could keep him from playing for his native Dominican Republic in the World Baseball Classic, but he should be fine come Opening Day as long as he doesn't have a setback. He's averaged 152 games played over the last five seasons, which is quite a feat especially since he'll turn 38 in April.
Feb 24 - 10:51 AM

Elvis Andrus (hernia) won't play in the Rangers' Cactus League opener on Saturday.

Andrus underwent hernia surgery in November and is being eased along in camp. He obviously has plenty of time and there's no reason to believe he won't be ready to roll by the time Opening day comes around.
Feb 24 - 10:47 AM

Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post predicted in an interview on Fantasy Sports Radio Friday that Koda Glover will be the Nationals' closer by midseason.

General manager Mike Rizzo said earlier this week that it will be Shawn Kelley, Blake Treinen and Glover competing this spring to be the team's closer. Kelley is the obvious favorite of the three, but Glover has electric stuff and could be the Nats' closer of the future. The 23-year-old is a good target in NL-only formats.
Feb 24 - 10:41 AM
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