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Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Johnson will serve as a utility player for the Yankees, and as a potential insurance policy at second base in case they are unable to re-sign Robinson Cano. Johnson hit .235/.305/.410 with 16 home runs last season for the Rays, and could post improved numbers in a hitters' ball park if he can carve out a role as an everyday player.
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)This was widely assumed following the Prince Fielder trade, but the team confirmed that Cabrera will take over at first, with Nick Castellanos moving into an everyday role at third. Cabrera will still be third-base eligible in most leagues, and he's arguably the best pure hitter in the game.
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Konerko had been considering his options, which included retiring or joining another team, but he will head back to the squad he has played for since 1999. Though Konerko has long been a fixture in the White Sox's lineup, he is likely looking at a part-time role in 2014 thanks to the .668 OPS he posted last year and the addition of fellow first baseman Jose Abreu via free agency.
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)It does not appear to be a completely done deal, but the expectation is that Konerko will accept a one-year deal and a reduced role on the south side of Chicago with the White Sox's addition of Jose Dariel Abreu earlier this offseason.
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Ruf hit .247/.348/.458 with 14 home runs in 251 at-bats for the Phillies last season. He would backup the corner outfield spots and first base should he win a job this spring.
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