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.
Jefry Rodriguez Could Fit In Big League Pen
The 6-foot-6 righthander could factor in a big league bullpen depleted by the free agent losses of Cody Allen and Andrew Miller.
Opportunity Arises For Daniel Johnson
A fifth-round pick by the Nationals in 2016, Johnson was a key piece in the offseason trade that sent Yan Gomes to Washington.
Jake Bauers Offers Flexibility
Bauers may be a natural first baseman, but he has experience on the outfield corners, which could factor in Cleveland.
Nick Sandlin Could Jump On The Fast Track
The 2018 second-rounder could follow the trail blazed by Cody Allen and Kyle Crockett as college relievers who reached the majors one year after being drafted.
Brady Aiken Spent 2018 On The Sidelines Regrouping
Rather than pitch competitively in 2018, Aiken focused on his conditioning and mechanics at the Indians' Arizona complex.
Luis Oviedo Dominates Older Competition
Oviedo excelled against older competition in the New York-Penn League as he emerged as one of the organization's finest pitching prospects.