These under-the-radar players could open some eyes during spring training and make some noise in the majors before the year is out.
Indians manager Terry Francona gives his thoughts on the role of the catcher and the status of his lineup going into Spring Training.
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The third base position is loaded with young All-Stars, including several who have yet to hit their prime years. Cubs fans go crazy in Chicago celebrating World Series title.
While Minnesota has a crop of young players who aren't far from breaking out, the White Sox seem to be top heavy and the Indians are sneaky strong. Meanwhile, catcher Willson Contreras no longer shares time with Miguel Montero and totes an. A general view of the marquee at Wrigley Field. Two years ago, Trevor Bauer was a curiosity with a cut on his finger and a 4.
Runs 16 Tied-25 th. Francisco Lindor may be limited while he rehabs a strained calf, but his positivity has not been hindered.
They split a two-game series in Cleveland earlier this season and now meet for the first time at Wrigley Field since Game 5 of the World Series. The Indians? Richard Streetman holds up a sign he made in 2003.
Carlos Carrasco's daughters mimicking their dad doing a bullpen session will make you smile. Francisco Lindor discusses his right calf injury and how long he expects to be out of action, hoping to be ahead of a 7-9 week schedule. And the new trio will have to pitch better or likely pay a price: Their sticky spot is of their own doing, as they're under. And while both are firmly in the hunt this year, both are likely in for some dogfights.
Cubs fans celebrate outside Wrigley Field after Game 7. Cleveland Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor says he's more concerned with getting healthy than long-term contract. TribeTown MVPs.