Spring training results hardly forebode success or failure during the 162-game MLB season, especially two weeks through the exhibition schedule.

If these games were meant to be taken seriously, Will Ferrell wouldn’t have suited up for 10 teams Thursday. But hey, it’s been a while since fans could feast on new box scores. Although the tiny sample sizes will leave everyone hungry for more, they’ll serve as tasty appetizers until Opening Day. 

The relevance of spring numbers varies on a case-by-case basis. When an established star hits a rough patch, it’s no big deal. When a highly touted prospect catches fire, it’s much tougher to turn a blind eye.

Let’s examine some of MLB’s hottest and coldest players two weeks into spring training.

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