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Indians 2019 in Review

2019 in Review: Trevor Bauer

The former first round draft pick was not able to re-capture the magic from 2018

2019 in Review: Kevin Plawecki

He’s a backup catcher, what were you really expecting?

2019 in Review: Danny Salazar

A frustrating ending to what began as a promising partnership

2019 in Review: Greg Allen

Also, this writer might have been overzealous in his projections

You be the GM: Build a plan to deliver a championship for the Cleveland Indians

Whether you want to win it all in 2020 or build for the future, show us what you’ve got, kid.

2019 in Review: Nick Wittgren

Maybe a new baseball will help him do both?

2019 in Review: Mike Freeman

An appreciation of unexpected adequateness

2019 in Review: Tyler Clippard

You probably hit an infield pop-up while reading this

2019 in Review: Jake Bauers

He has some work to do if he wants us to ever forget about Yandy Díaz

2019 in Review: Bradley Zimmer

Another disappointing year for the former first round pick of the Indians

2019 in Review: Jason Kipnis

It was not a fairytale ending, but even if this was his last season in Cleveland, he’ll always be a member of the Tribe

2019 in Review: Adam Plutko

Don’t hate the player, hate the game

2019 Indians MVP: #1 Carlos Santana

Our 2019 Indians MVP is, of course, Carlos Santana

2019 Year in Review: Yasiel Puig

He was only with the Tribe for a few months, but what a fun few months it was.

2019 Indians MVP #2: Shane Bieber

... but he’s still not our team MVP. Don’t blame me, I voted for him

2019 Indians MVP #3: Francisco Lindor

The superstar’s season was a mini version of Cleveland’s own struggles and successes

2019 Indians MVP #4: Mike Clevinger

Trading Vinnie Pestano never felt so good

2019 Indians MVP #5: Roberto Pérez

You read that right

2019 Indians MVP #6: Oscar Mercado

With a revamped swing and a chance at playing time, Oscar Mercado had a solid rookie season

2019 Indians MVP #7: José Ramírez

The key to his success? Just ignore the shift

2019 Indians MVP #8: Aaron Civale

One of several college arms to emerge this season - and maybe the best

2019 Indians MVP #9: Jordan Luplow

Who cares if he’s a platoon bat? Without him, lots of things collapse.

2019 Indians MVP #10: Brad Hand

... and his poor second half may have doomed them

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