2019 MLB Draft Guide: Old Faces in New Places
The offseason saw a number of MLB players changing teams and Matthew Selz gives you the full breakdown of who landed where and what the fantasy baseball impact will be during the 2019 season.
Staying put just doesn’t happen anymore…across sports in general, and baseball is obviously victim to that as well. Player movement receives heavy coverage in all leagues, but often has even more significance in baseball given the differences in lineups, pitching staffs, strategies employed and the always-present park factors. Let’s also not forget the differences between the American and National League games. So, it is in that vein where we delve into those “old faces” who are playing in new places for 2019.
*This article will be updated to reflect the latest MLB signings that involve players switching teams in a fantasy relevant fashion.
** Don’t miss out on the MLB Free Agent Tracker for in-depth coverage on free agent signings as well.
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