MLB 2019 Lineup Projections – Old Friends everywhere
MLB put out there projected 2019 lineups for every team and these lineups are populated with ex-Dodgers or players who had been in the Dodger farm system.
Nathan Eovaldi – slated to be number four in the Red Sox rotation
Carlos Santana – starting 1st baseman for Indians
Hanley Ramirez – starting DH for Indians
Manny Banuelos – slated to be number five in the White Sox rotation
Josh Reddick – starting RF for Houston
Brett Anderson – slated to be number three in the Oakland rotation
Frankie Montas – slated to be number five in the Oakland rotation
Dee Gordon – back to being a starting 2nd baseman, for Seattle
Miguel Rojas – slated to be the starting shortstop for the Marlins
Peter O’Brien – slated to be the starting RF for the Marlins – this is a bit of a shocker. O’Brien was in the Dodger system in 2017 and did quite poor. He was once a real prospect for the Diamondbacks but it never worked out.
Curtis Granderson – slated to be the starting LF for the Marlins.
Brian Dozier – slated to be the starting 2nd baseman for the Nationals
Zach Eflin – slated to be number four in the Philly rotation
Yazmani Grandal – slated to be the starting catcher for the Brewers
Yu Darvish – slated to be number two in the Cub rotation
Yasiel Puig – slated to be the starting right fielder for the Reds
Jose Peraza – slated to be the starting shortstop for the Reds
Matt Kemp and Scott Schebler are backup outfielders right now according to the beat writer who does the projected starting lineup but I doubt that holds up.
Alex Wood – slated to number three in the Red rotation
Zack Greinke – slated to be the ace of the Diamondback rotation
Manny Machado – slated to be the starting shortstop for the Padres
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