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OF D. Fowler STL $3,000 SALARY 11.5x VALUE 34.4 FP
P L. Lynn TEX $9,000 SALARY 6.5x VALUE 58.9 FP
1B P. Goldschmidt STL $3,900 SALARY 10.4x VALUE 40.4 FP
SS A. Hechavarria ATL $2,200 SALARY 20.0x VALUE 43.9 FP
3B B. Miller PHI $2,400 SALARY 19.5x VALUE 46.9 FP
OF G. Springer HOU $4,300 SALARY 9.4x VALUE 40.6 FP
OF T. Hernandez TOR $2,700 SALARY 15.2x VALUE 40.9 FP
3B M. Thaiss LAA $2,200 SALARY 22.9x VALUE 50.4 FP
2B I. Diaz MIA $2,800 SALARY 7.9x VALUE 22.2 FP
      $32,500 TOTAL
SALARY
  378.6 TOTAL
FP
OF D. Fowler STL $3,500 SALARY 7.1x VALUE 25.0 FP
SP L. Lynn TEX $11,200 SALARY 3.3x VALUE 36.6 FP
1B P. Goldschmidt STL $4,200 SALARY 7.4x VALUE 31.0 FP
2B/SS A. Hechavarria ATL $3,600 SALARY 9.2x VALUE 33.0 FP
2B/3B B. Miller PHI $3,800 SALARY 9.5x VALUE 36.0 FP
OF G. Springer HOU $5,300 SALARY 5.9x VALUE 31.0 FP
SP J. Ross WSH $4,600 SALARY 6.1x VALUE 27.9 FP
OF T. Hernandez TOR $3,600 SALARY 8.3x VALUE 30.0 FP
C W. Smith LAD $4,200 SALARY 6.0x VALUE 25.0 FP
1B/3B M. Thaiss LAA $2,500 SALARY 14.8x VALUE 37.0 FP
      $46,500 TOTAL
SALARY
  312.5 TOTAL
FP
OF D. Fowler STL $12 SALARY 1.8x VALUE 22.0 FP
SS E. Andrus TEX $12 SALARY 1.2x VALUE 14.0 FP
P L. Lynn TEX $45 SALARY 0.9x VALUE 40.9 FP
1B P. Goldschmidt STL $19 SALARY 1.4x VALUE 26.0 FP
2B A. Hechavarria ATL $10 SALARY 2.8x VALUE 28.0 FP
OF G. Springer HOU $24 SALARY 1.1x VALUE 26.0 FP
OF T. Hernandez TOR $11 SALARY 2.4x VALUE 26.0 FP
P J. Flaherty STL $46 SALARY 0.7x VALUE 34.0 FP
C W. Smith LAD $11 SALARY 2.0x VALUE 22.0 FP
3B M. Thaiss LAA $7 SALARY 4.6x VALUE 32.0 FP
      $197 TOTAL
SALARY
  270.9 TOTAL
FP
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Cubs-Cardinals London Series officially canceled

The London Series between the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

What It Means:

The series was originally scheduled for June 13-14. At this point, it's not clear if any regular season games will be played by mid-June. MLB also previously canceled the Mexico and Puerto Rico series, which had been scheduled for the end of April.

Astros' Justin Verlander (groin) on schedule, doing well

Houston Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander (groin) is "right on schedule" and "recovering very well," according to general manager James Click.

What It Means:

Verlander underwent right groin surgery in the middle of March. The procedure was expected to cost him six weeks. "The last I heard, everything’s going great and he’s ready to get back out there as soon as he possibly can," Click said. "I haven’t heard anything bad." The 37-year-old right-hander should be ready whenever the season starts.

Verlander recorded a 2.58 ERA and 0.80 WHIP with 300 strikeouts and 42 walks over 223 innings last season. He went 21-6 in 34 starts.

Red Sox's Chris Sale undergoes Tommy John

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Chris Sale underwent Tommy John surgery, per Alex Speier of the Boston Globe.

What It Means:

The Red Sox announced earlier this month that Sale needed the surgery, but there were scheduling complications due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The left-hander, who turned 31 today, will not be ready to return until after the start of the 2021 season.

Sale recorded a 4.40 ERA and 1.09 WHIP with 218 strikeouts and 37 walks across 147 1/3 innings last season. He went 6-11 in 25 starts.

Mets' Noah Syndergaard reportedly requires Tommy John for elbow injury

New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard has a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow and is expected to undergo Tommy John surgery in the near future, reports Jeff Passan of ESPN.

What It Means:

The operation will likely sideline Syndergaard until the middle of the 2021 season. Whenever the season starts, the Mets will likely have a rotation of Jacob deGrom, Marcus Stroman, Rick Porcello, Steven Matz, and Michael Wacha. Syndergaard will turn 28 in August.

Syndergaard recorded a 4.28 ERA and 1.23 WHIP with 202 strikeouts and 50 walks over 197 2/3 innings in 2019. He went 10-8 in 32 starts.

Sam Tuivailala released by Mariners

Right-handed pitcher Samuel Tuivailal was released by the Seattle Mariners on Friday.

What It Means:

Tuivailal dealt with a shoulder issuer that kept him from appearing in the Cactus League and may have played a part in his surprise release from the team. Assuming his shoulder doesn't hold him back, the 27-year-old shouldn't have any issue finding a new team.

Tuivailal took part in 23 games for Seattle in 2019. He faced 94 batters and recorded a 2.35 ERA, 1.04 WHIP, and 27 strikeouts.

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Cubs-Cardinals London Series officially canceled

The London Series between the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

What It Means:

The series was originally scheduled for June 13-14. At this point, it's not clear if any regular season games will be played by mid-June. MLB also previously canceled the Mexico and Puerto Rico series, which had been scheduled for the end of April.

Astros' Justin Verlander (groin) on schedule, doing well

Houston Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander (groin) is "right on schedule" and "recovering very well," according to general manager James Click.

What It Means:

Verlander underwent right groin surgery in the middle of March. The procedure was expected to cost him six weeks. "The last I heard, everything’s going great and he’s ready to get back out there as soon as he possibly can," Click said. "I haven’t heard anything bad." The 37-year-old right-hander should be ready whenever the season starts.

Verlander recorded a 2.58 ERA and 0.80 WHIP with 300 strikeouts and 42 walks over 223 innings last season. He went 21-6 in 34 starts.

Red Sox's Chris Sale undergoes Tommy John

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Chris Sale underwent Tommy John surgery, per Alex Speier of the Boston Globe.

What It Means:

The Red Sox announced earlier this month that Sale needed the surgery, but there were scheduling complications due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The left-hander, who turned 31 today, will not be ready to return until after the start of the 2021 season.

Sale recorded a 4.40 ERA and 1.09 WHIP with 218 strikeouts and 37 walks across 147 1/3 innings last season. He went 6-11 in 25 starts.

Mets' Noah Syndergaard reportedly requires Tommy John for elbow injury

New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard has a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow and is expected to undergo Tommy John surgery in the near future, reports Jeff Passan of ESPN.

What It Means:

The operation will likely sideline Syndergaard until the middle of the 2021 season. Whenever the season starts, the Mets will likely have a rotation of Jacob deGrom, Marcus Stroman, Rick Porcello, Steven Matz, and Michael Wacha. Syndergaard will turn 28 in August.

Syndergaard recorded a 4.28 ERA and 1.23 WHIP with 202 strikeouts and 50 walks over 197 2/3 innings in 2019. He went 10-8 in 32 starts.

Sam Tuivailala released by Mariners

Right-handed pitcher Samuel Tuivailal was released by the Seattle Mariners on Friday.

What It Means:

Tuivailal dealt with a shoulder issuer that kept him from appearing in the Cactus League and may have played a part in his surprise release from the team. Assuming his shoulder doesn't hold him back, the 27-year-old shouldn't have any issue finding a new team.

Tuivailal took part in 23 games for Seattle in 2019. He faced 94 batters and recorded a 2.35 ERA, 1.04 WHIP, and 27 strikeouts.

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Cubs-Cardinals London Series officially canceled

The London Series between the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

What It Means:

The series was originally scheduled for June 13-14. At this point, it's not clear if any regular season games will be played by mid-June. MLB also previously canceled the Mexico and Puerto Rico series, which had been scheduled for the end of April.

Astros' Justin Verlander (groin) on schedule, doing well

Houston Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander (groin) is "right on schedule" and "recovering very well," according to general manager James Click.

What It Means:

Verlander underwent right groin surgery in the middle of March. The procedure was expected to cost him six weeks. "The last I heard, everything’s going great and he’s ready to get back out there as soon as he possibly can," Click said. "I haven’t heard anything bad." The 37-year-old right-hander should be ready whenever the season starts.

Verlander recorded a 2.58 ERA and 0.80 WHIP with 300 strikeouts and 42 walks over 223 innings last season. He went 21-6 in 34 starts.

Red Sox's Chris Sale undergoes Tommy John

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Chris Sale underwent Tommy John surgery, per Alex Speier of the Boston Globe.

What It Means:

The Red Sox announced earlier this month that Sale needed the surgery, but there were scheduling complications due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The left-hander, who turned 31 today, will not be ready to return until after the start of the 2021 season.

Sale recorded a 4.40 ERA and 1.09 WHIP with 218 strikeouts and 37 walks across 147 1/3 innings last season. He went 6-11 in 25 starts.

Mets' Noah Syndergaard reportedly requires Tommy John for elbow injury

New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard has a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow and is expected to undergo Tommy John surgery in the near future, reports Jeff Passan of ESPN.

What It Means:

The operation will likely sideline Syndergaard until the middle of the 2021 season. Whenever the season starts, the Mets will likely have a rotation of Jacob deGrom, Marcus Stroman, Rick Porcello, Steven Matz, and Michael Wacha. Syndergaard will turn 28 in August.

Syndergaard recorded a 4.28 ERA and 1.23 WHIP with 202 strikeouts and 50 walks over 197 2/3 innings in 2019. He went 10-8 in 32 starts.

Sam Tuivailala released by Mariners

Right-handed pitcher Samuel Tuivailal was released by the Seattle Mariners on Friday.

What It Means:

Tuivailal dealt with a shoulder issuer that kept him from appearing in the Cactus League and may have played a part in his surprise release from the team. Assuming his shoulder doesn't hold him back, the 27-year-old shouldn't have any issue finding a new team.

Tuivailal took part in 23 games for Seattle in 2019. He faced 94 batters and recorded a 2.35 ERA, 1.04 WHIP, and 27 strikeouts.

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