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Indians 2016 in Review

2016 in Review: Carlos Carrasco

The baseball world was deprived of seeing Carrasco’s greatness on a national level.

2016 in Review: Ryan Merritt

The young rookie starter had very few major league appearances in 2016, but he truly stood out in the time he had.

2016 in Review: Jose Ramirez

The king of clutch, great hair, and snappy Twitter comebacks had his breakout season in 2016 and there is reason to believe he can repeat it.

2016 in Review: Jason Kipnis

Jason Kipnis was absolutely incredible in 2015 and continued to be solid for the Cleveland Indians in 2016.

2016 in Review: Josh Tomlin

The pitcher with the best control in the league also gave up a lot of bombs.

2016 in Review: Roberto Perez

The catcher position was a black hole for the Indians in 2016, but it could have been so much worse.

2016 in Review: Greg Allen

The switch-hitter could be the center fielder of the future.

2016 in review: Dan Otero

Don't be swayed by that one sub-optimal postseason appearance; Dan Otero's 2016 was nothing other than a complete success.

2016 in Review: Carlos Santana

Carlos Santana posted the biggest power numbers of his career, and had some big hits in the postseason as the Cleveland Indians came oh so close to winning it all. If only his final swing of the season had been just a quarter inch higher...

2016 in Review: Nellie Rodriguez

Setting career highs in home runs and walks doesn’t hurt.

2016 in Review: Tyler Naquin

Defining moment was walk-off inside-the-park home run.

2016 in Review: Danny Salazar

What started out as an incredible season for Danny Salazar ended in weird injuries and a disappointing finish out of the rotation. But all hope is not lost; Danny Salazar will return.

2016 in Review: Bobby Bradley

Expect lots of gopher balls and strikeouts from this slugger

2016 in Review: Lonnie Chisenhall

Lonald David Chisenhall was not a perfect player, but he gave Indians fans a lot of great moments in 2016.

2016 in Review: Bryan Shaw

What's the best way to describe how Indians fans feel about Bryan Shaw's 2016? Well, it's complicated.

2016 in Review: Brady Aiken

Don’t be too quick to judge in his first season back from Tommy John surgery

2016 in Review: Coco Crisp

From afterthought to playoff hero, all in the span of two months

2016 in Review: Andrew Miller

The Cleveland Indians came a win away from winning their first World Series in 68 years. Many players deserve credit for their postseason success, one of whom, Andrew Miller, did things no reliever in postseason history had ever done before.

2016 in Review: Bradley Zimmer

The Indians’ top prospect is knocking on the door to the majors, but he has some issues to fix first.

2016 in Review: Yan Gomes

The Silver Slugger from 2014, between injuries and sub-par performances, turned in a 2016 that most would love to forget.

2016 in Review: Rajai Davis

‘Cause lightning is fast and Rajai Davis is fast get it okay look it’s been a long month give me a break here.

2016 in Review: Francisco Lindor

It’s time for our yearly review of the Indians. Who better to start with than the team’s future — and current — star?

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