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UPDATED: Who’s going to be up next by organization

We have updated our series, “Who’s going to be up next” to reflect the changes that are occurring in each organization.

As a refresher, we have outlined who we believe are next in line in the infield, outfield, starting pitching, and relief pitching for all 30 teams.  For each player we provide an indicator as to their fantasy relevance (High, Medium, or Low) as well as a brief write-up of the more significant players.  The target audience is primarily fantasy players.  For instance, if you own Pablo Sandoval and he gets injured or just continues to play poorly, is there anybody who can help?

To see the details, simply click on the team name.

Team Top Next in Line
Arizona Diamondbacks Archie Bradley (P)
Atlanta Braves J.R. Graham (P)
Baltimore Orioles Kevin Gausman (P)
Boston Red Sox Henry Owens (P)
Chicago Cubs Arismendy Alcantara (MI)
Chicago White Sox Matt Davidson (3B)
Cincinnati Reds Robert Stephenson (P)
Cleveland Indians Trevor Bauer (P)
Colorado Rockies Jonathan Gray (P)
Detroit Tigers Robbie Ray (P) **
Houston Astros George Springer (OF) **
Kansas City Royals Kyle Zimmer (P)
Los Angeles Angels C.J. Cron (1B/DH) **
Los Angeles Dodgers Joc Pederson (OF)
Miami Marlins Andrew Heaney (P)
Milwaukee Brewers Jimmy Nelson (P)
Minnesota Twins Alex Meyer (P)
New York Mets Noah Syndergaard (P)
New York Yankees Manny Banuelos (P)
Oakland Athletics Addison Russell (SS)
Philadephia Phillies Maikel Franco (3B)
Pittsburgh Pirates Gregory Polanco (OF)
St. Louis Cardinals Oscar Taveras (OF)
San Diego Padres Matt Wisler (P)
San Francisco Giants Edwin Escobar (P)
Seattle Mariners Jesus Montero (DH)
Tampa Bay Rays Nate Karns (P)
Texas Rangers Rougned Odor (2B) **
Toronto Blue Jays Marcus Stroman (P) **
Washington Nationals Brian Goodwin (OF)

** Indicate the player has already been promoted to the majors.

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