Cleveland Indians Depth Chart 2020 Indians Depth Chart

35-25, 2nd in AL Central

vs NYY

11:08 pm GMT , 10/1

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There were a lot of trade rumors surrounding Francisco Lindor over the offseason, but for now he is staying put. Cleveland is flying under the radar as the power bat of Franmil Reyes could really tie this offense together. They also added Cesar Hernandez over the offseason to replace longtime second baseman, Jason Kipnis. The Indians have put together a solid team again, even with losing a few players to other teams. Carlos Santana returning gives them a great on-base guy at first pace. They also have Jose Ramirez, who found that form in the second half of last season. Oscar Mercado is a speedster who could bring Cleveland plenty of steals. The rotation looks a little different, but they haven’t lost much with Mike Clevinger and Shane Bieber leading the way. Carlos Carrasco returns in full health this year, and he is one of the better number three starters you will see in the game.

Cleveland Indians Depth Chart