Was there anything of note to review, really?
The state of the Naquinhead Union is ...
He looks like the fifth starter for 2021, and that’s a great thing
The Indians’ catcher is a master manipulator of ball and strike calls. Is that enough to justify his roster spot all by itself?
The lone survivor of the most cursed trade of 2020
He did exactly what the Indians asked of him in 2020, and that was neat.
Nick Wittgren was just clutch enough to be good in 2020
The Indians’ newest sinkerballer is a potential hidden gem in the Mike Clevinger trade
If he can be average, that could be the best thing Cleveland could hope for
Reliving the night when nothing mattered
The Mato’ Man turned into a pumpkin in September
Barreled balls eluded the Tribe first baseman and soon-to-be free agent
Shane Bieber is going to be the American League Cy Young, and he is our choice for the Indians’ MVP
He is good
The Tribe’s free agent pick-up made himself right at home
Cookie is an ace on just about every other pitching staff, but on the Indians he was a quietly superb follow-up
The veteran closer was an anchor at the back of the bullpen
A second-year starter ranking this high, above establish stars, is pretty cool
2020 may or may not have been Francisco Lindor’s final season in Cleveland, but there is no debating that it was his worst
He’s large, he’s in charge, and he’s ninth in our voting
The mystery of the second-year starter’s sinker and high-spin curveball was mostly solved, but he continued to work through it and be an effective rotation member