The Walking Dead: Cleveland Indians Edition

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Sep 21, 2014; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Cleveland Indians catcher Yan Gomes (10) in the on deck cirlce against the Minnesota Twins at Target Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

8. Abraham Ford – Brandon Moss

As a relatively new character to the show, there is still a lot of mystery surrounding Abraham Ford. Will his character evolve into a leader and valued member of the team? Or, is he simply biding his time before the world turns on him and he is handed a grisly death at the hands of a walker? Only time will tell the ultimate fate of Abraham.

The same can be said for one of the newest members of the Cleveland Indians, Brandon Moss. Will Moss evolve into a key piece of what could be a very potent offensive attack? Or, will he crash and burn early on in the season? We just don’t know at this point. There is a lot to like about Moss. He’s a power hitter in a lineup void of power hitters and has a proven track record of success during his time in Oakland. Much like Abraham, I would bet on Brandon Moss sticking around for most of the season.

7. Shane Walsh – Yan Gomes

Shane was a valuable member of the group before his hot headedness got the best of him and he was driven crazy with jealousy for Rick. Their conflict served as the primary plot point during the first two seasons of the walking dead. He was the ying to Rick’s proverbial yang. When Rick returned seemingly from the dead, Shane couldn’t handle things and often turned to his gun to solve problems.

You know who else likes to use his gun to solve problems? Yan Gomes. The Yanimal has a cannon for an arm and he knows it. That cockiness often got him into trouble in 2014. Gomes took unnecessary risks trying to throw out would be base stealers. Can the Indians get him under control in 2015? Can he serve as the wing man to each and every member of the starting rotation? We’ll find out.

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