What every team would look like if trades and free agents didn't exist

One morning, Commissioner Manfred wakes up and decides that everyone has to go home.

He makes a few calls. He assembles a phalanx of lawyers. He deposes the owners who oppose his idea, and he tinkles on the Collective Bargaining Agreement. In the end, he wins. His idea rearranges every roster in baseball.

This is his idea: Every player in baseball has to return to their first team. David Ortiz has to go back to the Mariners, who signed him in 1992. He'll be joined by Alex Rodriguez. They'll have to split the DH. Maybe Rodriguez will play center field, I don't know.

Jake Arrieta on the Orioles. Carlos Santana on the Dodgers. Anthony Rizzo on the Red Sox. It's as if every trade and free agent signing was rolled back. It's as if there were no trades. It's as if the only free agents that were allowed were amateur free agents, and the second they took a minor-league at-bat, they were tethered to their team for life.

Here are what those teams would look like. If your team is improved, you might want join Commissioner Manfred's cause:

Arizona Diamondbacks

Hitters
Lineup

C Miguel Montero

1B Paul Goldschmidt

2B Chris Owings

SS Stephen Drew

3B Jake Lamb

LF Justin Upton

CF A.J. Pollock

RF Adam Eaton

Bench

Ender Inciarte

Carlos González

Gerardo Parra

Yasmany Tomás

Mark Reynolds

Pitchers
Starters

Max Scherzer

Wade Miley

Jorge De La Rosa

Trevor Bauer

Chase Anderson

Jarrod Parker

Brett Anderson

Bullpen

Ryan Cook

Bryan Shaw

Andrew Chafin

Mike Bolsinger

Evan Scribner

Javier López

Josh Collmenter

No, there's no backup catcher. But that's because there were six dozen outfielders. The reserve outfield is Carlos Gonzalez, Ender Inciarte, and Gerardo Parra. They would have stuck Mark Reynolds behind the plate, and he would have had a Hall of Fame career in this alternate universe. A.J. Pollock would have played short? I don't know, they would have figured it out.

Atlanta Braves

Hitters
Lineup

C Brian McCann

1B Freddie Freeman

2B Elvis Andrus

SS Andrelton Simmons

3B Yunel Escobar

LF Martin Prado

CF Gregor Blanco

RF Jason Heyward

Bench

Evan Gattis

Tommy La Stella

Jose Peraza

Adam LaRoche

Garrett Jones

Pitchers
Starters

Adam Wainwright

Julio Teheran

Alex Wood

Kris Medlen

Jeff Locke

Bullpen

Craig Kimbrel

Neftali Feliz

J.J. Hoover

Blaine Boyer

Sean Gilmartin

Chasen Shreve

This would be a very good, very expensive team.

Baltimore Orioles

Hitters
Lineup

C Matt Wieters

1B Christian Walker

2B Jonathan Schoop

SS Manny Machado

3B Pedro Florimon

LF Jayson Werth

CF Nolan Reimold

RF Nick Markakis

DH L.J. Hoes

Bench

Caleb Joseph

Trey Mancini

Xavier Avery

Ty Kelly

Pitchers
Starters

Jake Arrieta

Wei-Yin Chen

Eduardo Rodríguez

Kevin Gausman

Tsuyoshi Wada

Bullpen

Koji Uehara

Zach Britton

David Hernández

Mychal Givens

Zach Davies

Dylan Bundy

Pedro Beato

Manny Machado makes up for a lot of sins, and in this scenario, Jake Arrieta comes back after the Cubs have already fixed him. Everyone wins! Except the Cubs.

Boston Red Sox

Hitters
Lineup

C Blake Swihart

1B Anthony Rizzo

2B Dustin Pedroia

SS Xander Bogaerts

3B José Iglesias

LF Jacoby Ellsbury

CF Mookie Betts

RF Josh Reddick

DH Hanley Ramírez

Bench

Jed Lowrie

Christian Vazquez

Travis Shaw

Brandon Moss

Jackie Bradley, Jr.

Pitchers
Starters

Jon Lester

Anibal Sánchez

Clay Buchholz

Brian Johnson

Henry Owens

Bullpen

Jonathan Papelbon

Hunter Strickland

Alex Wilson

Casey Kelly

Junichi Tazawa

Frankie Montas

The lineup is absurd, but there's a little sadness when it comes to the DH. Would they trade David Ortiz for Anthony Rizzo in real life? Don't answer that.

Chicago Cubs

Hitters
Lineup

C Welington Castillo

1B Kyle Schwarber

2B DJ LeMahieu

SS Starlin Castro

3B Josh Donaldson

LF Kris Bryant

CF Josh Harrison

RF Jorge Soler

Bench

Geovany Soto

Justin Bour

Javier Baez

Steve Clevenger

Sam Fuld

Arismendy Alcantara

Pitchers
Starters

Jeff Samardzija

Andrew Cashner

Ricky Nolasco

Kyle Lohse

Rich Hill

Bullpen

Tony Zych

Chris Rusin

Zack Godley

Dallas Beeler

Eric Jokisch

Armando Rivero

Right as you get excited to have Josh Donaldson back, you look at the rotation. I don't know. Maybe Rich Hill really will win 20 games this year.

Chicago White Sox

Hitters
Lineup

C Chris Stewart

1B Jose Abreu

2B Marcus Semien

SS Alexei Ramírez

3B Eduardo Escobar

LF Trayce Thompson

CF Chris Young

RF Paulo Orlando

DH Mike Morse

Bench

Tyler Saladino

Carlos Sanchez

Kevan Smith

Chris Carter

Ryan Sweeney

Pitchers
Starters

Chris Sale

Gio González

Carlos Rodon

Hector Santiago

Mark Buehrle

Brandon McCarthy

Bullpen

Addison Reed

Jake Petricka

Daniel Hudson

Nate Jones

Boone Logan

Chris Bassitt

The rotation isn't much different, depending on if you prefer Jose Quintana or Gio Gonzalez. The lineup is Hawk Harrelson freestyle rapping over the demo beat on a $30 Casio keyboard, but they still have Chris Sale!

Cincinnati Reds

Hitters
Lineup

C Yasmani Grandal

1B Joey Votto

2B Justin Turner

SS Didi Gregorius

3B Todd Frazier

LF Chris Denorfia

CF Billy Hamilton

RF Jay Bruce

Bench

Devin Mesoraco

Chris Heisey

Zack Cozart

Yonder Alonso

Drew Stubbs

Pitchers
Starters

Johnny Cueto

Mike Leake

Michael Lorenzen

Travis Wood

Raisel Iglesias

Homer Bailey

Bullpen

Aroldis Chapman

Brad Boxberger

Tony Cingrani

Jon Moscot

Sam LeCure

Pedro Villarreal

It's a better team, certainly. Time permitting, I'm hoping to run some simulations with these rosters and get some fake standings. This team would do okay, I'm thinking.

Cleveland Indians

Hitters
Lineup

C Roberto Perez

1B Brad Snyder

2B Jason Kipnis

SS Francisco Lindor

3B Jhonny Peralta

LF Tyler Holt

CF José Ramírez

RF Lonnie Chisenhall

DH Victor Martinez

Bench

Maicer Izturis

Giovanny Urshela

Jeremy Lucas

Erik Gonzalez

Yandy Diaz

Pitchers
Starters

Chris Archer

Danny Salazar

Bartolo Colón

Josh Tomlin

CC Sabathia

Bullpen

Cody Allen

Héctor Rondon

Zach Putnam

Tony Sipp

Jeanmar Gómez

T.J. House

One of the tougher lineups to fill out, but the rotation is solid. And don't forget about the 2016 AL Rookie of the Year, Yandy Diaz!

Colorado Rockies

Hitters
Lineup

C Chris Iannetta

1B Ben Paulsen

2B Juan Uribe

SS Troy Tulowitzki

3B Nolan Arenado

LF Matt Holliday

CF Dexter Fowler

RF Charlie Blackmon

Bench

Corey Dickerson

Seth Smith

Michael McKenry

Clint Barmes

Tom Murphy

Pitchers
Starters

Jhoulys Chacin

Ubaldo Jiménez

Chad Bettis

Jon Gray

Eddie Butler

Bullpen

Rex Brothers

Pedro Strop

Will Harris

Franklin Morales

Tyler Matzek

Christian Bergman

Carlos Estevez

Basically the rotation they're rolling with now, minus Ubaldo and Jhoulys. I'm not sure if it's a contender, but that's a fairly imposing lineup.

Detroit Tigers

Hitters
Lineup

C James McCann

1B Alex Avila

2B Devon Travis

SS Eugenio Suarez

3B Nick Castellanos

LF Ryan Raburn

CF Cameron Maybin

RF Curtis Granderson

DH Matthew Joyce

Bench

Omar Infante

Andy Dirks

Avisail García

Hernan Perez

Pitchers
Starters

Justin Verlander

Rick Porcello

Drew Smyly

Jacob Turner

Buck Farmer

Bullpen

Fernando Rodney

Andrew Miller

Bruce Rondon

Jason Frasor

Casey Fien

Corey Knebel

Burke Badenhop

Charlie Furbush

The lesson? Never, ever, ever get rid of your bullpen arms, and you'll have a much better bullpen. And congratulations on getting Ryan Raburn back, Tigers fans!

Houston Astros

Hitters
Lineup

C Jason Castro

1B A.J. Reed

2B José Altuve

SS Carlos Correa

3B Ben Zobrist

LF Delino DeShields

CF George Springer

RF Hunter Pence

DH J.D. Martinez

Bench

Brandon Barnes

J.B. Shuck

Preston Tucker

Enrique Hernández

Tyler Heineman

Pitchers
Starters

Dallas Keuchel

Lance McCullers

Vincent Velasquez

Mike Foltynewicz

Michael Feliz

Bullpen

Chad Qualls

Matt Albers

Nick Tropeano

Jordan Lyles

Bud Norris

Mark Appel

Put Ben Zobrist wherever you want, and it'll still make sense. The bullpen was a little tricky, but maybe Jordan Lyles would add a few MPH in the bullpen and become Wade Davis.

Kansas City Royals

Hitters
Lineup

C Salvador Perez

1B Eric Hosmer

2B Johnny Giovatella

SS Orlando Calixte

3B Mike Moustakas

LF Alex Gordon

CF Jarrod Dyson

RF Wil Myers

DH Carlos Beltrán

Bench

Mike Aviles

David Lough

Christian Colon

Clint Robinson

Billy Butler

Pitchers
Starters

Zack Greinke

Yordano Ventura

Danny Duffy

Mike Montgomery

John Lamb

Bullpen

Luke Hochevar

Kelvin Herrera

J.P. Howell

Aaron Crow

Brandon Finnegan

Louis Coleman

Greg Holland

Basically the Royals, but with Zack Greinke. Maybe ZiPS and PECOTA would like that team.

Los Angeles Angels

Hitters
Lineup

C Martin Maldonado

1B Mike Napoli

2B Howie Kendrick

SS Erick Aybar

3B Mark Trumbo

LF Kole Calhoun

CF Mike Trout

RF Randal Grichuk

DH Kendrys Morales

Bench

Jean Segura

Sean Rodriguez

Hank Conger

Peter Bourjos

Pitchers
Starters

John Lackey

Patrick Corbin

Garrett Richards

Ervin Santana

Tyler Skaggs

Bullpen

Francisco Rodríguez

Kevin Jepsen

Darren O'Day

Jordan Walden

Will Smith

Jered Weaver

Tyler Chatwood

No, Mark Trumbo probably isn't the best choice for third base. But it's the choice that I wanted to see. That, and the dingers. Also, note that Jered Weaver just barely made the roster. What a world.

Los Angeles Dodgers

Hitters
Lineup

C Russell Martin

1B Carlos Santana

2B Dee Gordon

SS Corey Seager

3B Adrián Beltré

LF Matt Kemp

CF Joc Pederson

RF Yasiel Puig

Bench

Shane Victorino

Scott Van Slyke

Franklin Gutiérrez

Hector Olivera

A.J. Ellis

James Loney

Pitchers
Starters

Clayton Kershaw

Nathan Eovaldi

Kenta Maeda

Rubby De La Rosa

Jose De Leon

Hyun-jin Ryu

Bullpen

Kenley Jansen

Shawn Tolleson

Joakim Soria

Yimi García

Jumbo Díaz

Jonathan Broxton

They still have Clayton Kershaw, and they get Carlos Santana, Russell Martin, and Adrian Beltre back. Oh, and the bench and bullpen are strong, too.

Miami Marlins

Hitters
Lineup

C J.T. Realmuto

1B Adrian Gonzalez

2B Robert Andino

SS Josh Wilson

3B Miguel Cabrera

LF Marcell Ozuna

CF Christian Yelich

RF Giancarlo Stanton

Bench

Chris Coghlan

Mark Canha

Logan Morrison

Matt Dominguez

Kyle Skipworth

Pitchers
Starters

José Fernandez

Tom Koehler

Andrew Heaney

Adam Conley

Brad Hand

Bullpen

A.J. Ramos

Steve Cishek

Chris Hatcher

Arquimedes Caminero

Nick Wittgren

Jason Vargas

Welcome back, Adrian Gonzalez. Now hit some dingers between Giancarlo Stanton and Miguel Cabrera.

Milwaukee Brewers

Hitters
Lineup

C Jonathan Lucroy

1B Prince Fielder

2B Scooter Gennett

SS J.J. Hardy

3B Brett Lawrie

LF Michael Brantley

CF Lorenzo Cain

RF Ryan Braun

Bench

Alcides Escobar

Adam Weisenburger

Khris Davis

Norichika Aoki

Jason Rogers

Pitchers
Starters

Yovani Gallardo

Jake Odorizzi

Mike Fiers

Wily Peralta

Jimmy Nelson

Bullpen

Tom Wilhelmsen

Jeremy Jeffress

Taylor Jungmann

Jorge López

Tyler Thornburg

Tyler Cravy

David Goforth

Even if you're side-eying the rotation, look at that darned lineup. Oh, what could have been. All it would have taken was unlimited cash and clairvoyance.

Minnesota Twins

Hitters
Lineup

C A.J. Pierzynski

1B Joe Mauer

2B Brian Dozier

SS Danny Santana

3B Trevor Plouffe

LF Eddie Rosario

CF Byron Buxton

RF Denard Span

DH Miguel Sano

Bench

Danny Valencia

Aaron Hicks

Yangervis Solarte

Ben Revere

Kennys Vargas

Pitchers
Starters

Kyle Gibson

Matt Garza

Tyler Duffey

Yohan Pino

Jose Berrios

Bullpen

Glen Perkins

Pat Neshek

Liam Hendriks

Michael Tonkin

A.J. Achter

Scott Baker

One of the most hilariously imbalanced teams in baseball. Lots of hitting. Matt Garza starting the second game of the postseason.

New York Mets

Hitters
Lineup

C Kevin Plawecki

1B Lucas Duda

2B Daniel Murphy

SS Wilmer Flores

3B David Wright

LF Nelson Cruz

CF Carlos Gómez

RF Michael Conforto

Bench

José Reyes

Ángel Pagán

Juan Lagares

Drew Butera

Ike Davis

Jose Reyes (restricted)

Pitchers
Starters

Matt Harvey

Jacob deGrom

José Quintana

Scott Kazmir

Collin McHugh

Bullpen

Jeurys Familia

Joe Smith

Hansel Robles

Steven Matz

Dillon Gee

Jon Niese

Even when you take Noah Syndergaard away, it's still a dynamite rotation. If Scott Kazmir's velocity is freaking you out, don't worry. Steven Matz is right there.

New York Yankees

Hitters
Lineup

C Francisco Cervelli

1B Dioner Navarro

2B Robinson Canó

SS Eduardo Núñez

3B Adonis Garcia

LF Brett Gardner

CF Austin Jackson

RF Melky Cabrera

DH Peter O' Brien

Bench

John Ryan Murphy

Slade Heathcott

Mason Williams

Abraham Almonte

Rob Refsnyder

Gregory Bird

Pitchers
Starters

Masahiro Tanaka

Phil Hughes

Luis Severino

Ian Kennedy

Manny Banuelos

Bullpen

Mark Melancon

David Robertson

John Axford

Tyler Clippard

Dellin Betances

Adam Warren

If you ever wanted to see just how creative and spendy the Yankees have to be, here you go. It's tough picking in the 20s in every draft, but ... well, there are better lineups in this exercise.

Oakland Athletics

Hitters
Lineup

C Kurt Suzuki

1B Nick Swisher

2B Jemile Weeks

SS Addison Russell

3B Cliff Pennington

LF Matt Olson

CF Yoenis Céspedes

RF Andre Ethier

DH Max Muncy

Bench

Michael Choice

Dusty Coleman

Boog Powell

Anthony Recker

Daniel Robertson

Pitchers
Starters

Sonny Gray

Tyson Ross

Alexi Ogando

Dan Straily

Trevor Cahill

Bullpen

Huston Street

Santiago Casilla

Sean Doolittle

Joel Peralta

Joe Blanton

Ryan Webb

Technically, they could still get Nick Swisher to play first base. After the first two pitchers in the rotation, though, there's a wee bit of a drop off.

Philadelphia Phillies

Hitters
Lineup

C Travis d'Arnaud

1B Jonathan Singleton

2B Chase Utley

SS Jimmy Rollins

3B Maikel Franco

LF Michael Bourn

CF Anthony Gose

RF Marlon Byrd

Bench

Quintin Berry

Domingo Santana

Jonathan Villar

Carlos Ruiz

Freddy Galvis

Ryan Howard

Aaron Altherr

Pitchers
Starters

Cole Hamels

Carlos Carrasco

Aaron Nola

Jarred Cosart

J.A. Happ

Bullpen

Brad Ziegler

Ken Giles

Antonio Bastardo

Ryan Madson

Trevor May

Vance Worley

I don't know how many games this team would win, but the Ryan Howard/Jonathan Singleton spring battle would have been something.

Pittsburgh Pirates

Hitters
Lineup

C Ramón Cabrera

1B Pedro Alvarez

2B Neil Walker

SS Jordy Mercer

3B Jung Ho Kang

LF Starling Marté

CF Andrew McCutchen

RF José Bautista

Bench

Gregory Polanco

Dilson Herrera

Nate McLouth

Rajai Davis

Steve Pearce

Pitchers
Starters

Gerrit Cole

Chris Young

Bronson Arroyo

Jameson Taillon

Tyler Glasnow

Bullpen

Tony Watson

Jared Hughes

Nick Kingham

Brandon Cumpton

Todd Redmond

Brad Lincoln

Montana DuRapau

The lineup is stellar. The rotation has Bronson Arroyo. It also has two top pitching prospects, so we'll see how impressive this looks in a couple months.

San Diego Padres

Hitters
Lineup

C Austin Hedges

1B David Freese

2B Logan Forsythe

SS Trea Turner

3B Chase Headley

LF Kyle Blanks

CF Travis Jankowski

RF Will Venable

Bench

Cory Spangenberg

Nick Hundley

Jedd Gyorko

Jace Peterson

Eric Sogard

Pitchers
Starters

Corey Kluber

Jake Peavy

Mat Latos

Joe Ross

Matt Wisler

Bullpen

Dale Thayer

Kevin Quackenbush

Brad Brach

Trevor Gott

Jake Diekman

Oliver Pérez

Nick Vincent

The utility infielders ran a mile deep. Sogard! Peterson! Dean Anna! As is, this probably would be a roster that would win more games than the splashy attempt to reforge the roster last offseason.

San Francisco Giants

Hitters
Lineup

C Buster Posey

1B Pablo Sandoval

2B Joe Panik

SS Brandon Crawford

3B Matt Duffy

LF Brandon Belt

CF Mac Williamson

RF Nate Schierholtz

Bench

Jarrett Parker

Ryan Lollis

Juan Perez

Andrew Susac

Ehire Adrianza

Pitchers
Starters

Madison Bumgarner

Francisco Liriano

Chris Heston

Matt Cain

Clayton Blackburn

Zack Wheeler

Bullpen

Sergio Romo

Jason Grilli

Josh Osich

Tim Lincecum

Carlos Villanueva

Cody Hall

Steven Okert

Clayton Blackburn would start until Zack Wheeler was fully healthy, and the infield would be mostly the same. Though I suppose they might try Pablo Sandoval in left ...

Seattle Mariners

Hitters
Lineup

C Rene Rivera

1B Alex Rodriguez

2B Asdrubal Cabrera

SS Brad Miller

3B Kyle Seager

LF Luis Valbuena

CF Adam Jones

RF Shin-Soo Choo

DH David Ortiz

Bench

Mike Zunino

Ketel Marté

Michael Saunders

Ichiro Suzuki

Dustin Ackley

Pitchers
Starters

Félix Hernández

Hisashi Iwakuma

Doug Fister

Chris Tillman

Michael Pineda

Bullpen

Carson Smith

Josh Fields

Mark Lowe

Shawn Kelley

Matt Thornton

Taijuan Walker

Carter Capps

James Paxton? Roenis Elias? Casualties of the 25-man roster. If you think this is a solid roster, just think about what it would have looked like in 2001, with the 116-win team plus Alex Rodriguez and Ken Griffey, Jr.

St. Louis Cardinals

Hitters
Lineup

C Yadier Molina

1B Albert Pujols

2B Kolten Wong

SS Brendan Ryan

3B Matt Carpenter

LF Colby Rasmus

CF David Peralta

RF Stephen Piscotty

Bench

Coco Crisp

Aledmys Diaz

Matt Adams

Jon Jay

Tony Cruz

Pitchers
Starters

Shelby Miller

Michael Wacha

Jaime García

Carlos Martínez

Alex Reyes

Lance Lynn

Bullpen

Trevor Rosenthal

Luke Gregerson

Seth Maness

Kevin Siegrist

Seung Hwan Oh

Marco Gonzalez

Sam Tuivailala

There were about 409 different relievers who didn't make the cut. Starters who couldn't crack the rotation, closers who just didn't fit. And I couldn't even fit Brett Wallace onto the bench. What a mess. Stupid Cardinals.

Tampa Bay Rays

Hitters
Lineup

C Stephen Vogt

1B John Jaso

2B Derek Dietrich

SS Tim Beckham

3B Evan Longoria

LF Carl Crawford

CF Kevin Kiermaier

RF Desmond Jennings

DH Josh Hamilton

Bench

Melvin Upton, Jr.

Luke Maile

Richie Shaffer

Jonny Gomes

Mikie Mahtook

Pitchers
Starters

David Price

James Shields

Jason Hammel

Matt Moore

Jesse Hahn

Alex Cobb

Bullpen

Jake McGee

Wade Davis

Felipe Rivero

Álex Colomé

Andrew Bellatti

Jeremy Hellickson

A starting rotation to envy. A lineup that's not much different than their actual lineup. I'm not sure if I would even take this roster over the current Rays' 25-man roster, which probably says something about their general resourcefulness.

Texas Rangers

Hitters
Lineup

C Tomás Telis

1B Mark Teixeira

2B Ian Kinsler

SS Rougned Odor

3B Joey Gallo

LF Odubel Herrera

CF Leonys Martín

RF Chris Davis

DH Edwin Encarnacion

Bench

Jurickson Profar

Craig Gentry

Mitch Moreland

Justin Smoak

Taylor Teagarden

Pitchers
Starters

Yu Darvish

R.A. Dickey

Derek Holland

C.J. Wilson

Edinson Vólquez

Bullpen

Joaquín Benoit

Tommy Hunter

Robbie Ross

Keone Kela

Tanner Scheppers

Justin Grimm

The silliest team of the exercise. They had 15 starting pitchers. So C.J. Wilson is questionable, right? Well, they would have to dumpster-dive through their organization to pick from Martín Pérez Tanner Roark, Kyle Hendricks, Jesse Chavez, Scott Feldman, Colby Lewis, Jerad Eickhoff, John Danks, Chi Chi Gonzalez, and Nick Martinez for a replacement. In other words, the Frisco RoughRiders would have a heckuva rotation.

Toronto Blue Jays

Hitters
Lineup

C Yan Gomes

1B Adam Lind

2B Ryan Goins

SS Adeiny Hechavarria

3B Aaron Hill

LF Travis Snider

CF Kevin Pillar

RF Dalton Pompey

DH Álex Ríos

Bench

Jake Marisnick

Tyler Pastornicky

Eric Thames

JP Arencibia

Pitchers
Starters

Marcus Stroman

Noah Syndergaard

Henderson Álvarez

Aaron Sanchez

Dan Norris

Bullpen

Roberto Osuna

Casey Janssen

Marc Rzepczynski

Brett Cecil

Aaron Loup

Sam Dyson

Danny Farquhar

There were cuts to the bullpen, and the rotation is surprisingly deep. Would this lineup score more runs than the current lineup? I guess we'll never know. But, no.

Washington Nationals

Hitters
Lineup

C Derek Norris

1B Ryan Zimmerman

2B Brandon Phillips

SS Ian Desmond

3B Anthony Rendon

LF Steven Souza

CF Billy Burns

RF Bryce Harper

Bench

Danny Espinosa

Tyler Moore

Jake Smolinski

Michael Taylor

Destin Hood

Pitchers
Starters

Jordan Zimmermann

Stephen Strasburg

Marco Estrada

Robbie Ray

Nate Karns

Bullpen

Drew Storen

Tommy Milone

Brad Peacock

Ross Detwiler

Aaron Barrett

Gilberto Mendez

Wander Suero

This is a good team, with a nice lineup, rotation, and bench. The bullpen sure took a lot of digging, though.