2013 in Review

Indians 2013 MVP #6: Ryan Raburn

The regular (but not quite regular) fixture in the 2013 lineup.

Indians 2013 MVP #7: Joe Smith

Our 2013 in Review series continues with the second longest tenured Indian, submariner Joe Smith.

Indians 2013 MVP #8: Nick Swisher

Our 2013 in Review series continues with the highest paid Indian, a player that came back "home."

Indians 2013 MVP #9: Corey Kluber

Corey Kluber of the Cleveland Indians was mediocre in 2012 and too old to feel like a prospect, but he surprised with a strong 2013 and now looks like a solid #3 starter.

Indians 2013 MVP #10: Michael Brantley

Is he good? Is he very good? Or is he bad? The community Rohrshach Test that is Dr. Smooth.

2013 in Review: Michael Bourn

Michael Bourn was signed by the Cleveland Indians to one of the largest contracts in franchise history, but his 2013, the first year of that deal, was something of a disappointment.

2013 in Review: Zach McAllister

If the Indians are to continue their winning ways the rest of the decade, Zach McAllister will be a major part of that.

2013 in Review: Lonnie Chisenhall

Cleveland Indians fans have been waiting for Lonnie Chisenhall to break out as a solid Major League third baseman for quite a while now. Did he get any closer in 2013?

2013 in Review: Danny Salazar

Danny Salazar went from a prospect way down the depth chart to Wild Card game starter in the span of one season.

2013 in Review: Columbus Clippers (AAA)

Finally we reach AAA, the highest level in the minor-league system.

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