Aug 8, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Indians first basemanNick Swisher
(33) leaves the field with right fielderRyan Raburn
(9) after Raburn pitches the ninth against the Detroit Tigers at Progressive Field. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports
Today is the final day of 2013. At the stroke of midnight, we will flip the calendar over and start anew. For many of us, this means making resolutions that will hopefully make us a better person in the coming year. The most common resolutions tend to revolve around losing weight, quitting a vice, or finding a way to help others. For the Indians, making a New Year’s resolution is a bit more difficult. After all, they are not an individual person, but rather an organization made up of several dozens of individuals working together to achieve a common goal.
So what exactly should be the Indians resolutions for 2014. After wracking my brain, I was able to come up with five logical resolutions for the new year that could help make the Indians an even better organization than they already are. So, without further ado, I present to you the top five New Year’s Resolutions for the Cleveland Indians.