James Karinchak: Indians 2020 Rookie Of The Year
After a dominant rookie season in which he struck out nearly half of batters faced, James Karinchak is the heir apparent to become the Indians' closer.
Triston McKenzie Makes Statement In Return From Injury
The 23-year-old righthander dominated hitters in his big league debut on Aug. 22.
Yu Chang Hits Way Onto Opening Day Roster
The Indians could not deny Chang a spot on the Opening Day roster after his performance in summer camp.
Christian Arroyo Vies For Utility Role
The 2013 first-rounder has lost steam because of injuries, but the 24-year-ols is in camp with the Indians trying to win a utility infielder role.
Indians View Daniel Johnson As Potential Regular
Johnson is the latest Indians outfielder acquired in trade to impress the team and compete for a starting job.
Reliever Emmanuel Clase Offers A New Look
The addition of the power-armed Clase adds variety to the big league bullpen, though he cost the Indians a two-time Cy Young Award winner.
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.