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Chase Whitley (elbow) should return around the same time as Alex Cobb.

Both are recovering from Tommy John surgery and should be back around late July. Whitley has made 16 starts for the Yankees over his last two seasons but may have to settle for a long relief role in Tampa. The 26-year-old owns a thoroughly underwhelming 5.02 ERA across 95 big-league innings.
Feb 13 - 11:52 PM

Blake Snell will likely open the season at Triple-A Durham but could be called up to the majors after serving his minimum 20 days in the minor leagues.

The Rays, like most teams do with their top prospects, are looking to delay Snell's free agency. Tampa Bay already has a full rotation with Chris Archer, Drew Smyly, Jake Odorizzi, Erasmo Ramirez and Matt Moore and that doesn't even include Alex Cobb, who is set to return from Tommy John surgery in late July. The Rays could trade someone to make room for Snell or they could simply wait for one of their starters to get hurt. Snell dominated in the minors last year with 15 wins and a 1.41 ERA across 25 appearances.
Feb 13 - 10:55 PM

Alex Cobb (elbow) is hoping to return in late July.

He's now 10 months removed from Tommy John surgery. Cobb has posted an ERA lower than three in each of his last two healthy seasons, though it remains to be seen how effective he'll be post-surgery. The right-hander's return will likely bump either Matt Moore or Erasmo Ramirez from the starting rotation.
Feb 13 - 10:30 PM

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

Boston 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 for the Sox 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
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