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Codi Heuer will be the White Sox's most valuable reliever: Which is saying something. The White Sox spent $54 million on Liam Hendriks this winter to close and already have a parade of performers: Aaron Bummer, Evan Marshall, Matt Foster, Jace Fry, Jimmy Cordero and two other triple-digit talents, lefty Garrett Crochet and righty Michael Kopech. Heuer is the complete package: fastball at 98, slider to bury right-handers and changeup to dispatch lefties. Arizona Diamondbacks face coverings

It is often unheard of for a professional sports team to move on from an elite athlete, but there are cases where it has happened. The most recent case involves the Cleveland Indians and star shortstop Francisco Lindor. With the infielder set to hit free agency next winter, Cleveland traded him to the New York Mets in exchange for four players earlier this year.

The 23-year-old prospect, ranked by MLB Pipeline at No. 5 in the farm system, won't make his big-league debut until at least the midway point of 2021. He is arguably one of the best five or six pitchers available, but manager AJ Hinch made sure to send a different message.

Aaron Ashby, SP, Milwaukee: With an over-the-top delivery and a predilection for varying the timing of his delivery, the 22-year-old Ashby has impressed evaluators so far. His slider is an absolutely devastating pitch Ashby can throw for strikes and bury, and when coupled with a mid-90s fastball, Ashby -- the nephew of longtime pitcher Andy Ashby -- has been a breakout star this spring.

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Sherman called a summit in Florida in January that included Moore, Pérez and several other executives, and it was during that meeting that they began hashing out the framework for the new contract. It wound up getting done just weeks before Opening Day, when the Royals hope to welcome about 10,000 fans back to Kauffman Stadium for each game. Chicago Cubs face coverings

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The case involves Laiah Zuniga, a woman in her late 20s who received ticket from her dad to the Cubs-New York Mets game at Wrigley Field on Aug. 27, 2018. While Zuniga was seated in the club box outfield section, a foul ball hit her in the face. The impact fractured bones and caused orthopedic, nerve and dental injuries. Zuniga required four days of hospitalization, followed by a couple of weeks of home care. During that time, she couldn’t engage in reading or other eye-straining activities.

Lindor was acquired from Cleveland in January. He’s eligible for free agency after the season. San Diego Padres face coverings

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