Indians 2018 In Review
This article is about the bullpen of the 2018 Cleveland Indians
Consider yourself warned
There wasn’t anything special about Yonder Alonso in 2018
The Indians should focus on using him exclusively against right-handed pitchers.
Lonnie Chisenhall could not overcome his calves in 2018
I doubt there is a more cursed set of calves in all of MLB
Greg Allen’s speed and glove stood out in a 2018 wayward outfield
Will his bat continue to progress?
Yan Gomes was one of the best catchers in the American League in 2018
The catcher’s spot in the lineup is no longer a black hole
Trevor Bauer’s best season was shortened by a freak injury
Oh what could have been...
Adam Cimber is someone to get used to
It wasn’t a great half-season in Cleveland, but the young righty has time and unique talent on his side
Shane Bieber’s rookie campaign points to bright future
The 23-year-old became a staple of the starting rotation in the summer
Michael Brantley provided rare stability for Indians outfield in 2018
While the rest of the Indians outfield played musical chairs, Brantley was a constant in left field
Jason Kipnis’ 2018 was a new normal
Not great, far from terrible, the Tribe second baseman is just one of the guys now
Francisco Lindor further cemented himself as the true star of the Indians in 2018
Is there any doubt who the heart and soul of the Indians is?
By Matt Lyons