Even if there's a little bit of early-season mirage going on somewhere here, we've seen the upside of the Phillies young rotation now and it looks like they could be around for their next competitive team thanks to how young they are.
If the Astros can get some more luck offensively and not have all of their starters underperforming at once, they're going to be winning way more games than they are right now to dig out of the hole of their slow start.
The White Sox paint pretty much the same picture that we were expecting to see before the season started, with a great front of the rotation but some holes in the lineup. Latos and Rollins are probably going to regress, but there's plenty of room for optimism when it comes to Abreu and Rodon.
The injuries to Robinson Chirinos and Shin-soo Choo over the weekend are certainly big news down in Arlington and could have big ramifications going forward.
Using the depth of their farm system to trade for a starter so early in the season is unorthodox, but it would also give the Red Sox a better chance to make a postseason run.