Scott Moss Positions Himself For 2020 Rotation
The 6-foot-6 lefthander has added velocity and refined a swing-and-miss repertoire that has him on the cusp of contributing as a big league starter.
Triston McKenzie Eyes 2020 After Lost Season
McKenzie probably would have made his big league debut when injuries struck the Indians' rotation—had he not been injured himself.
After Dominating The Minors, Karinchak Gets First Big League Test
James Karinchak's dominant minor league season earned him a late look with the Indians.
Nolan Jones: Indians 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
Jones' notable patience could be rewarded with a swift callup to the big league club in 2020.
Meet Yainer Diaz, Hitting Prodigy
The 20-year-old Dominican catcher earned a promotion out of the Arizona League by hitting .451 through 20 games.
Daniel Espino Offers More Than Elite Heat
Espino is famous for his 100 mph fastball, but the Indians are enamored of more than the first-rounder's radar gun readings.
Patience Begins Paying Off For Will Benson
The 2016 first-rounder may be repeating the Midwest League, but he's also repeating his power-speed exploits while hitting for a higher average.
Big Spring Puts Sam Hentges On The Radar
The giant lefthander made a giant impression on the Indians' big league coaching staff this spring.
Oscar Mercado Proves His Dedication
The 2018 trade acquisition traveled to Cleveland for two weeks over the winter to tweak his swing, and the results showed this spring.
More Is More For Bobby Bradley
The slugging first baseman feels stronger and more productive at the plate now that he has added back some of the weight he lost for 2018.