After a whirlwind offseason, the National League Central is a division that even Phyllis Diller can love. You know, facelifts galore.
Slugger Prince Fielder has taken his 38 homers and 120 ribbies from Milwaukee to Detroit. Future Hall of Famer player Albert Pujols and manager Tony LaRussa have left St. Louis, and should-be Hall of Fame pitching coach Dave Duncan has followed them.
Plenty of names have changed in Pittsburgh, as usual.
In Chicago, general manager Theo Epstein has assumed the reins and begun to clean house. And Houston has almost as many vacancies as the Bates Motel at the moment.
In other words, the hot questions are hotter than usual this spring.