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Indians 2020 in Review

2020 in Review: Yu Chang

Was there anything of note to review, really?

2020 in Review: Tyler Naquin

The state of the Naquinhead Union is ...

2020 in Review: Triston McKenzie

He looks like the fifth starter for 2021, and that’s a great thing

2020 in Review: Roberto Pérez

The Indians’ catcher is a master manipulator of ball and strike calls. Is that enough to justify his roster spot all by itself?

2020 in Review: Delino DeShields

The lone survivor of the most cursed trade of 2020

2020 in Review: Mike Freeman

He did exactly what the Indians asked of him in 2020, and that was neat.

2020 in Review: Nick Wittgren

Nick Wittgren was just clutch enough to be good in 2020

2020 in Review: Cal Quantrill

The Indians’ newest sinkerballer is a potential hidden gem in the Mike Clevinger trade

2020 in Review: Josh Naylor

If he can be average, that could be the best thing Cleveland could hope for

2020 in Review: Jordan Luplow

Reliving the night when nothing mattered

2020 in Review: Phil Maton

The Mato’ Man turned into a pumpkin in September

2020 in Review-ish: Bradley Zimmer


2020 in Review: Carlos Santana

Barreled balls eluded the Tribe first baseman and soon-to-be free agent

Indians MVP #1: Shane Bieber

Shane Bieber is going to be the American League Cy Young, and he is our choice for the Indians’ MVP

Indians MVP #2: José Ramírez

He is good

Indians MVP #3: César Hernández

The Tribe’s free agent pick-up made himself right at home

Indians MVP #5: Carlos Carrasco

Cookie is an ace on just about every other pitching staff, but on the Indians he was a quietly superb follow-up

Indians MVP #6: Brad Hand

The veteran closer was an anchor at the back of the bullpen

Indians MVP #7: Zach Plesac

A second-year starter ranking this high, above establish stars, is pretty cool

Indians MVP #8: Francisco Lindor

2020 may or may not have been Francisco Lindor’s final season in Cleveland, but there is no debating that it was his worst

Indians MVP #9: Franmil Reyes

He’s large, he’s in charge, and he’s ninth in our voting

Indians MVP #10: Aaron Civale

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