Cleveland Indians' Biggest Early-Season Surprises and Disappointments

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Cleveland Indians' Biggest Early-Season Surprises and Disappointments
Tony Dejak

Through their first 13 games, the Cleveland Indians have had their share of surprises and disappointments. The team's offense has been one of the American League's best, while the rotation, as a whole, has been downright terrible.

Even so, the Tribe own a 6-7 record and currently sit at fourth place in the AL Central, behind the Detroit Tigers, Chicago White Sox and Minnesota Twins, respectively. Despite a disappointing record, a few players have separated themselves from the pack—some in a more positive manner than others—and we'll profile them here in this piece.

So, we'll kick things off with a second-year Indians player and a guy who's desperately looking to rebound and justify the big contract he was handed last offseason, Nick Swisher.


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