Today’s links include arbitration results and the spotting of the ultra-rare healthy Roman Quinn.
- The Phillies may have won their arbitration battle against J.T. Realmuto, but unless they can agree on a long-term extension with him, they may have lost the war.
- Unlike his teammate, Hector Neris avoided a loss in arbitration by coming to terms with the Phillies on a $4.6 million deal.
- Mickey Moniak has plummeted down the list of Phillies prospects. But he hasn’t gotten discouraged and is putting in the work to make it to the majors.
- Roman Quinn is healthy. He knows that often hasn’t been the case, but he’ll need to find a way to avoid injuries if he wants to help the team this season.
- If following the results of arbitration is your thing, Spotrac has you covered with a handy tracker.
- The Yankees’ starting rotation may not be as superb as expected, with ace Luis Severino getting shut down with forearm soreness.
- MLB.com lists each team’s top power-hitting prospect. And the name they give for the Phillies might surprise a lot of people.
- How would you feel if it was your favorite team that was caught cheating? Astros fans are dealing with the fact that their memories from 2017 have been tainted.
Over in Braves camp, Johan Camargo has lost weight, and submitted his application for entry in the BSOHL club: