The Albuquerque Isotopes will return action with a similarlooking roster to last year's division championship team.
The team is equipped with plenty of veterans with experience atthe next level.
Albuquerque will also return some big bats.
In fact, Isotopes Manager Tim Wallach said he really likes histeam offensively.
However, the 'Topes main strength will most likely come from thehill.
The depth of the team's pitching staff is necessary because manybelieve Isotopes Park favors hitters.
In his fist season as skipper for Albuquerque, Wallach led hisclub to a playoff appearance and was named Pacific Coast LeagueManager of the Year.
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