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“I’ve given up a couple of homers on my curveball, and I’m like, ‘Why in the world would I throw that?’ When pitchers used to hit, I gave up some hits to pitchers on it. I have a hard time sleeping at night if I give up something on the curveball when I felt like I might have had a couple of other pitches I might have went to before then.”

“You know there’s going to be some ups and downs. We have to really be careful. If we’re going to continue with spring training and into the season, we still have to be aware of the situation.”

With a month of spring training in the books, people inside baseball are starting to form their opinions on players. Who's real; who's not. Who changed; who didn't. Who matters; who doesn't.

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13. RHP Triston McKenzie, Cleveland Indians: McKenzie, 23, impressed in his debut, showcasing an uptick in velocity and stuff. However, velocity gains were fleeting, bringing what looked like an SP2 role initially down a few pegs, making a 2021 role projection difficult.

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