Some things have changed since the Indians gathered in Goodyear, Arizona last spring, besides the pandemic. The Tribe will have a new shortstop, two of the pitchers who opened the season in the starting rotation are gone, and there is no slated in right now to be the closer.
SportsTime Ohio (rebranding to Bally Sports Great Lakes in the coming weeks) is excited for the return of Indians baseball! In the annual “Way to Opening Day,” the network will feature Indians coverage building up to the regular season opener.
Naylor has a lot of offensive potential, but he’s not going to turn into a great outfielder Spring training is officially underway. The games that don’t really matter but sure feel like they do after months of emptiness have returned to give us hope for the future, a look at some new additions, and of course position battles.
The Cleveland Indians have a first baseman that comes into camp a bit on the lighter side this year. Yes, Bobby Bradley has lost 35 pounds from last season. The right hander had been listed at 225 and now should be around the 190 mark.
The save statistic was created by Jerome Holtzman in 1959 to "measure the effectiveness of relief pitchers" and was adopted as an official statistic by MLB in 1969. So with that in mind, can you name the pitcher with the most career saves for each MLB franchise?