BRADENTON, Fla. — For quite some time now, the typical Major League roster has including five starting pitchers, eight starting position players, a five-man bench and seven relief pitchers. But recently, some teams have bucked that trend, running one bench player short in exchange for an extra relief pitcher. The Miami Marlins broke camp with […]
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