Coors Field and expensive pitching means you're going to have to make some tough choices Friday night.
Byron Buxton's return isn't even the most notable development from the weekend, according to Scott White, who looks at Matt Shoemaker's, Jeremy Hellickson's and Archie Bradley's stellar starts.
The Diamondbacks were 79-83 last season with great offense and a bad rotation. With Zack Greinke, Shelby Miller and a fully healthy Patrick Corbin, they are looking to contend in 2016.
The Diamondbacks' rotation ERA, Joc Pederson's batting average and more will help shape the NL West in 2016.
With the free agent market nearly picked clean, the Rays, Padres, Dodgers, and Angels stand out as clubs with spare starting pitchers they could make available in trades.
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Adding Shelby Miller and Zack Greinke (while taking Greinke away from the Dodgers) to a team that finished eighth in MLB in runs scored makes them look awfully tempting in 2016.
In acquiring Shelby Miller from the Braves, Arizona once again dipped into its reserves of young talent.
The Dodgers are likely still the NL West favorites, but don't count out Arizona, especially since they can probably add to their rotation even after signing Zack Greinke.
Top Rockies pitching prospect and the preseason number 24 prospect Jon Gray will make his MLB debut Tuesday.

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