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Aaron Gleeman

Arroyo was one of the most durable starters in MLB from 2004-2013, but he missed most of 2014 and all of 2015.
As a rookie Lindor led the league with 13 sacrifice bunts despite not being called up until mid-June.
Wright and the Mets are trying to figure out how to keep him healthy and productive while dealing with spinal stenosis.
LaRoche is under contract for $13 million this season.
Descalso signed a two-year, $3.6 million deal with the Rockies last offseason.
John Gibbons says “it’s minor, but those things can turn into bad things if you don’t watch it.”
Gee’s minor-league contract with the Royals includes an opt-out clause and he’s planning to use it.
Will any teams put in a claim for Tejada and his $3 million salary?
For a brief time it looked like the Mets might give Herrera a chance to replace Daniel Murphy as second base.
Stassi was slated to take over as the Astros’ backup catcher following the offseason trade of Hank Conger.
Sometimes bad news sort of qualifies as good news.
Wilson will begin the season on the disabled list.
Wieters missed most of 2014 and a big chunk of 2015 following Tommy John surgery.
Archer was an All-Star for the first time last season, throwing 212 innings with a 3.23 ERA.
Seager is the consensus No. 1 prospect in baseball and the NL favorite for Rookie of the Year.
Sale has been 6-foot-6 and about 175 pounds for most of his career.
Sanchez was trying to win a part-time role after spending last season in Japan.
Alternate headline: “Jacob deGrom scratched from start with not wanting to ride a bus.”
Cole is recovering from an offseason rib cage injury.
Bloomquist started at least 15 games and logged at least 200 innings at every position except catcher.
Choate has been shutting down lefties for 15 seasons.
“Five days from now, I’m going to be on the mound.”