Hill is competing to serve as the Diamondbacks' starting second baseman during spring training, Fox Sports Arizona reports. "The best guy plays every day," D-backs manager Chip Hale said. "If Aaron Hill comes in and he is back to Aaron Hill that his baseball card says on the back . . . If he's the best guy at that position, he'll be our second baseman."
Webster is not a lock for the Diamondbacks' rotation to begin the season, but he may have a leg up on the open competition for one of the final three spots behind Josh Collmenter and Jeremy Hellickson.
Anderson may have an inside track to begin the season in the Diamondbacks' rotation, the Arizona Republic reports. "Chase Anderson won nine games for us last year; you have to strongly consider him as part of our rotation," general manager Dave Stewart said. "When you look at those three guys, those have to be guys you strongly consider."