We are inside a month until pitchers and catchers report and we can officially start to look forward to the 2020 season. (I mean, you could have before, too. You wouldn’t have gotten arrested or anything.) Spring training is always, if we’re being honest, an overrated point on the calendar. The representation of baseball being back is great and watching even meaningless games on a weekday afternoon is neat, but the actual events that take place don’t really matter for our purposes. It’s obviously important for the players, but we tend to overrate the performance and position battles and things like that, largely because we are so starved to analyze some baseball.