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  • Ari Relief Pitcher #74
    Karcher will presumably also receive an invitation to spring training. The hard-throwing 26-year-old righty made one relief appearance this past season for the Reds and finished with a pedestrian 4.77 ERA, 1.87 WHIP and 70/72 K/BB ratio across 60 1/3 innings for Triple-A Louisville. He possesses the raw stuff required to pitch in the big leagues, but needs to harness his control issues if he’s going to become a mainstay in Arizona’s bullpen.
  • Col Relief Pitcher
    Wilcox compiled five saves to accompany a strong 2.62 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 72/35 K/BB ratio across 55 innings this past season between Double-A Mississippi and Triple-A Gwinnett in the Braves’ minor league system. The 29-year-old righty has yet to ascend to the majors, but it might finally happen with the pitching-challenged Rockies during the 2024 campaign.
  • Hou Relief Pitcher #66
    The deal presumably also includes an invitation to spring training. Castro represents an intriguing relief project for the Astros heading into next season as he’s made 20 appearances in the big leagues between the Cubs and Giants since 2021.
  • Min Relief Pitcher #71
    It’s presumably a two-year minor league deal for Moran, who will be sidelined until at least 2025 after undergoing Tommy John surgery. The 26-year-old southpaw made a career-high 43 relief appearances this past season in the big leagues, finishing with an inflated 5.31 ERA, 1.47 WHIP and 48/27 K/BB ratio across 42 1/3 innings.
  • Min Relief Pitcher #31
    As expected, Henriquez is back in the fold with the Twins as extra relief depth just a few weeks after being non-tendered. The 23-year-old righty looked sharp in a trio of relief appearances for Minnesota this past season and appears likely to stick as a reliever long-term.
  • Ari Relief Pitcher #69
    Morales figures to receive an invitation to spring training as well. The 24-year-old righty made his big league debut for the Phillies during the 2022 campaign and spent all of last year in their minor league system. He’s merely an organizational depth addition, but could wind up pitching in low-leverage spots for Arizona at some point in the future.
  • Atl Center Fielder #1
    Liberato will presumably also receive an invitation to spring training. The 27-year-old outfielder got into seven contests this past season for the Padres, going hitless in five at-bats. He finished the 2023 campaign with a solid .826 OPS with nine homers and eight steals across 276 plate appearances for Triple-A El Paso.
  • INT Relief Pitcher #99
    Guerra heads overseas to Japan after making 17 appearances (two starts) this past season between the Rays and Brewers, finishing with a bloated 6.05 ERA, 2.02 WHIP and 14/22 K/BB ratio across 19 1/3 innings of work. The hard-throwing 28-year-old righty has made 61 appearances in the big leagues dating back to 2019.
  • SF Relief Pitcher #61
    Szapucki returns to San Francisco shortly after being non-tendered earlier this month. The 27-year-old southpaw is working his way back from thoracic outlet surgery and remains without an official timeline to return.
  • FA Starting Pitcher #17
    Ohtani takes home the prestigious honor for the third consecutive season after slashing a sublime .412/.654/1.066 with an American League-leading 44 homers and 20 stolen bases across 599 plate appearances in 135 games. The 29-year-old two-way superstar is in the midst of determining where he’ll take his once-in-a-generation talents for the 2024 campaign and beyond, but will remain one of the most fearsome sluggers in the game, regardless of where he ultimately winds up.


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