Spring training previews: Storylines to follow in each division

Friday February 20th, 2015

With players reporting to camp across Florida and Arizona, SI.com MLB's experts broke down the big questions, camp battles and prospects to watch for each team this spring training. Find out which teams need to figure out the most over the next month, which positions are up for grabs, and which top prospects could make an impact in camp.

AL East

Kathy Willens/AP

Alex Rodriguez returns, the Red Sox debut their new lineup, and the Rays enter the post-Joe Maddon era in a division that is completely up for grabs.

AL Central

M. Spencer Green/AP

The White Sox unveil their revamped roster, the Royals try to avoid a World Series hangover, and the best prospect in baseball takes the field for the Twins.

AL West

Chris O'Meara/AP

There are plenty of new faces in camp for the Athletics, while the Astros try to climb out of the dregs of the division and the Rangers hope for better health.

NL East

Evan Vucci/AP

Max Scherzer is a National, the Marlins try to prove they're contenders, and the Braves and Phillies begin the long road to rebuilding.

NL Central

Paul Beaty/AP

​There was plenty of upheaval in the division this off-season, but did the Cubs make enough moves to get past the Cardinals and Pirates?

NL West

Lenny Ignelzi/AP

The new-look Padres will show off their winter pickups as the Dodgers search for bullpen stability and the Giants try to prove that 2014 was no fluke.

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