AriArizona Diamondbacks
Mark Trumbo
Mar 5: Trumbo shed 10 pounds this offseason in addition to changing his workout regimen as part of a concerted effort to become a better defender, the Arizona Republic reports. Trumbo has reported feeling more mobile this spring, as he cut back on some of his upper body lifting in favor of increasing his leg work. The Diamondbacks are moving Trumbo from left field to right, where his arm enable him to make the switch with relative ease. In terms of range, it remains to be seen if the adjustments to his offseason workout plan will pay dividends.

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Feb 19: Trumbo won his arbitration case and will make $6.9 million in 2015, Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports. Trumbo was limited to just 88 games last season due to a stress fracture in his foot, and he wasn't all that effective in those 88 games (.235/.293/.415), but an arbiter decided the Diamondbacks' proposed $500,000 increase in salary was not sufficient. The 29-year-old Trumbo is believed to be fully healthy and is expected to open the year as the team's everyday right fielder.

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