What have we learned so far through two weeks of Cactus and Grapefruit League action? Plenty.
The injury bug is biting the Toronto Blue Jays, Texas Rangers and Philadelphia Phillies. White Sox ace Chris Sale won’t be available on Opening Day, Tommy John Surgery isn’t a thing of the past and the Chicago Cubs need to work on fundamentals. Another worst-to-first could be in store for Red Sox Nation while the Royals, Diamondbacks and Athletics are ripping the cover off the ball in the Cactus League.
Alex Rodriguez and Troy Tulowitzki went yard on Wednesday for their first home runs of the spring, while Gio Gonzalez gave his own tribute to Super Troopers as the Washington Nationals staff had some fun.
Spring Training is about so much more than wins and losses, but here’s a quick glance at the complete Spring Training Standings. For complete American and National League coverage along with team-by-team previews, fantasy analysis and expert insight from fellow fans, make sure to get your MLB fix on Today’s Knuckleball now.
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