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Roenis Elias is a favorite for the Red Sox's long relief role.

The Red Sox acquired Elias from Seattle as part of the Wade Miley trade earlier this offseason. Elias has mostly been used as a starter throughout his career but Boston's rotation is already set. Knuckleballer Steven Wright was an innings eater out of the pen last season and could occupy a similar role in 2016.
Feb 13 - 9:59 PM

Mets GM Sandy Alderson said his goal is for David Wright to play 130 games this season.

Wright has only done that once in his last three seasons. "We’re gonna make sure that he’s not overworked," said Alderson. "So it’s important for us to find somebody who can play 30 games or so at third base when he’s not in there." Along with Wright, Asdrubal Cabrera, Wilmer Flores and Neil Walker should also see time at the hot corner this year.
Feb 13 - 9:27 PM

Indians manager Terry Francona hinted Carlos Santana could play in the outfield this season.

Santana has seen time at catcher and third base in the past but last year he was limited to only playing first base. Though Santana will still get most of his reps at first, it's possible he could make a few outfield cameos with Michael Brantley (torn labrum) sidelined for the first month. Infielders Michael Martinez, Mike Napoli and Jose Ramirez could also fill in at outfield if needed.
Feb 13 - 9:11 PM

Collin Cowgill and Joey Butler are the favorites to land Cleveland's last two outfield spots.

With Michael Brantley (labrum) likely out for the first month, the Indians will have to mix and match at outfield. Rajai Davis, Abraham Almonte and Lonnie Chisenhall are assured roster spots, but the rest of Cleveland's outfield is up for grabs. Cowgill has 308 games of big league experience while Butler saw a career-high 257 at-bats for Tampa Bay last season. Michael Choice, Robbie Grossman and Shane Robinson will also be at Indians camp.
Feb 13 - 8:58 PM

Kyle Hendricks and Adam Warren are expected to compete for the No. 5 spot in the Cubs' starting rotation.

The other spots will be filled by reigning Cy Young winner Jake Arrieta, Jon Lester, John Lackey and Jason Hammel. Hendricks was quietly solid for the Cubs last year, finishing with an ERA under four and a respectable 8.35 K/9. Warren, who was acquired in the Starlin Castro trade, spent most of last season bouncing back and forth between the bullpen and the starting rotation. Clayton Richard could be a fallback option for Chicago if Hendricks and Warren fail to impress in spring training.
Feb 13 - 7:46 PM
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