Angels: The Angels are taking to their surplus of first-base options. General manager Billy Eppler said the club is in no rush to make a decision until the end of Spring Training. a wait-and-see approach
Dodgers: The Dodgers are committed to finding for veteran first baseman more days off Adrian Gonzalez and limiting the workload for 20-year-old hurler Julio Urias.
Zaidi on team balance
Zaidi talks balancing young players and veterans
Dodgers general manager Farhan Zaidi talks about balancing the team's young players while keeping the star veterans happy
Reds: The Reds head into 2017 with , looking to shed their rebuilding label and continue to develop of their young core. reasons for optimism
Giants: Bruce Bochy expects for his squad this season in the balanced National League West with both Colorado and Arizona on the rise. tough competition
Padres: The Padres could experiment with new ways of this season in an effort to negate any matchup advantages for opposing lineups. deploying their pitching staff
Green on pitching strategies
Green on unorthodox pitching strategies
Padres manager Andy Green discusses unorthodox pitching strategies from Media Day in Phoenix
Rangers: The Rangers have Edwin Encarnacion to thank of for their acquisition Mike Napoli this offseason. Had Encarnacion not signed with Indians, Texas may have faced stiff competition in its pursuit of the veteran power bat.
Rockies: General manager Jeff Bridich hopes the Rockies can paved by the '14-'15 Royals and the '16 Indians as a model for mid-market success. follow the path
Royals: Royals general manager Dayton Moore about his club losing much of its 2015 championship core -- isn't worried Mike Moustakas, Eric Hosmer, Lorenzo Cain and Alcides Escobar -- when their contracts expire next winter. White Sox: The White Sox are at the rebuilding effort in Chicago as their young talent takes the field together in Arizona, offering a glimpse into the organization's future. getting a closer look
is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs. Chad Thornburg