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The Nationals have had plenty of time to get used to the idea of playing without Bryce Harper -- and it shows at their camp in Florida.

 

The long offseason wait is over -- let the games begin! -- giving us a chance to focus on what will happen between the lines.

 

From Paul Goldschmidt in St. Louis to Josh Donaldson in Atlanta, we tell you what to expect from some familiar faces in new places.

 

Some teams take a stars-and-scrubs approach, some have depth but lack star power. We sort them all out and figure out who's on top.

 

With his awful 2018 season now in his rearview mirror, the Yankees catcher might be ready to resume mashing.

 

"It's dumb because they have us in last place." Winners of an average of 97 games over the past four years, here's what the Cubs really think about a projection that has them winning 79 games.

 

Bullpen consistency can be the difference between a pennant and going home early. Who's best at nailing down wins and protecting leads?

 

Even with the rise of new tactics like the opener, old-school aces are leading the way.

 

Not only could Manny Machado's $300 million pact increase the price tag for Bryce Harper, it also could lead to even heftier free-agent hauls for Mookie Betts and Mike Trout in two years.

 

We break down what the deal means for the infielder, the Padres and a certain other available star.

 

By signing the biggest free-agent deal in sports history, both the player and the Padres knew exactly what they were doing.

 

Manny Machado, a four-time All-Star who had a .297 batting average with 37 home runs, 107 RBIs and a career-high .905 OPS last season, has reached a deal with the Padres, sources told ESPN.

 
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