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After a surprising 2015 season that saw them remain in contention for a spot in the postseason until the final weekend of the season, the Twins have their eyes on loftier goals in 2016.
After four straight seasons with at least 92 losses, the external expectations were low yet again for the Twins entering the 2015 season.
Twins second baseman Brian Dozier is coming off back-to-back seasons with at least 20 homers and 100 runs scored, and he has established himself as a fan favorite in the process.
Of all the incredible plays that were part of the Royals’ World Series title run, perhaps none stood out more than first baseman Eric Hosmer’s daring dash toward home in Game 5 of the World Series.
Who do the Indians have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Cleveland’s Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com’s Prospect Watch.
There was a spotlight on the Indians last spring. They knew the expectations were high both inside the clubhouse and around baseball and, following a slow start to the season, the weight of crumbling confidence hurt Cleveland’s chances as the summer turned to fall. The Tribe wants 2016 to be different.
A tough first half to the 2015 season created an uphill climb that Cleveland could not overcome. The Tribe finished with an 81-80 record, turning in a third straight winning season, but that was not the idea when the season began.
Mike Chernoff already received a big present this offseason: being named the Indians’ new general manager. Chernoff took a break from shopping for an impact bat to help Cleveland’s lineup in order to discuss the holiday season in a recent interview with MLB.com.
The Arizona Fall League revealed its 2015 Top Prospects Team on Monday, recognizing players who distinguished themselves during the league’s six-week schedule. Fall League managers and coaches voted for the team, considering both performance and Major League projectability.