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  • NYM Relief Pitcher #70
    Scrubb made 38 relief appearances for the Astros from 2020-2021, but didn’t pitch this past season due to injury.’s Anthony Dicomo adds that the 28-year-old righty has been throwing in the mid-90’s recently in the Puerto Rican Winter League. There’s a chance he could crack New York’s bullpen at some point this upcoming season.
  • INT Starting Pitcher #27
    Bauer spent this past season pitching for the Yokohama DeNA BayStars of Japan’s Nippon Professional Baseball after being released by the Dodgers back in January after serving the longest suspension (194 games) in the history of MLB and MLBPA’s joint domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse policy. The soon-to-be 33-year-old right-hander is a free agent this offseason, but it’s unclear whether any major league team will sign him at the moment.
  • Was Center Fielder #26
    Mejia last appeared in the majors with the Royals during the pandemic-shortened 2020 campaign and will return to Washington as extra organizational depth. The 29-year-old is capable of handling multiple infield and outfield spots at this juncture and might get a look in the big leagues again at some point as a super-utility specialist.
  • SD Right Fielder #84
    Ornelas returns to San Diego as extra organizational depth after slashing .285/.371/.452 with 15 homers and eight steals across 552 plate appearances this past season between Double-A San Antonio and Triple-A El Paso. The 23-year-old has yet to reach the big leagues, but his opportunity could come eventually if he keeps sticking around in the upper minors for a few more years.
  • SD Shortstop
    Didder has spent a decade in the minors and has yet to reach the big leagues. The 29-year-old is capable of handling multiple defensive positions and also posted a respectable .805 OPS with 13 homers and 32 stolen bases across 392 plate appearances this past season between Double-A San Antonio and Triple-A El Paso. He’s merely extra minor league depth at this stage of his career.
  • Hou Shortstop
    It doesn’t come as a total shock that Houston has an affinity for undersized infielders. Bastidas spent the last eight years in the Yankees’ minor league system, finally reaching the Triple-A level by the end of this past season. The 25-year-old infielder will presumably head to Triple-A Sugar Land as extra depth for the Astros to open next season.
  • Cin Starting Pitcher #71
    It’s presumably a two-year deal as Overton was bounced from Cincinnati’s 40-man roster last month, just a few months after undergoing Tommy John surgery. The 30-year-old righty will likely be sidelined for a majority of the 2024 campaign, but he’ll be able to continue his rehabilitation as part of the Reds’ organization.
  • Bos Shortstop #37
    A two-time Olympic medalist, Alvarez latched on with Boston back in late July, and will return for the 2024 campaign as extra organizational depth. The 33-year-old veteran infielder has gotten into 50 big league games during his career between the Marlins and Dodgers.
  • Atl Catcher #48
    Rivero last appeared in the majors for the Royals, getting into 34 contests over a two-year period from 2021-2022. He spent all of last season at Triple-A Charlotte and Double-A Birmingham in the White Sox’ organization. The 25-year-old backstop provides the Braves with some emergency catching depth heading into next season.
  • Ari Starting Pitcher #54
    Castellanos was removed from Arizona’s 40-man roster last offseason after undergoing Tommy John surgery, but it appears that he’ll remain with the Diamondbacks as extra organizational pitching depth heading into 2024. The 25-year-old righty should be ready to contribute at some point, but will almost certainly open the year at Triple-A Reno to complete his rehabilitation process.


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