It’s not hard to see the concerns with the Cleveland Indians’ outfield. Despite having plenty of options available, the entire thing still looks like one giant platoon.
At the moment, there aren’t too many viable external solutions for this problem. Besides a reunion with an old friend, that is.
If one member of the team has any say in the matter, the answer to this issue is already in the clubhouse.
Franmil Reyes, acquired in last year’s blockbuster trade of Trevor Bauer, has expressed his desire to compete for an outfield spot in 2020. Before departing for the offseason, Reyes told the front office he’s spending the winter getting in better shape, hoping to provide the Tribe more innings in right field next summer.
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