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Professors Adam Nodiff (@ANodBaseball) and Jake Devereaux (@DevJake) are back to recap all fantasy relevant news from Thursday, March 27. The topics include: Whether Carlos Santana‘s value is any different playing at third base compared to catcher How Alfredo Simon’s conversion will go from reliever to starter Will Yasiel Puig’s attitude get start to eat into his playing time The chances Jake Marisnick can eventually overtake Marcel Ozuna in the Marlin’s outfield Some dark horse players that might surpass 30 HR in 2014 You can check out all Baseball Professor Profcasts on iTunes and TuneIn. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @BaseballProf and Facebook!
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