Weekly Wroundtable: Which Cleveland Indians’ player will improve most?

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Aug 2, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Indians relief pitcher Scott Atchison (48) is congratulated in the dugout after pitching during the sixth inning against the Texas Rangers at Progressive Field. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Spring Training is always a time for optimism and hope, when box scores don’t matter and every player believes he’s in the best shape of his life. When the season begins, everyone will have the chance to turn those hopes into reality and have the best season of their career, or maybe just a better season than last year’s injury-plagued campaign.

Who will be the Tribe’s best story this season? The Wahoo’s on First team answered that question in this week’s Weekly Wroundtable:

Which player do you think will be most improved this season, and why?

The Indians had several players last season who made major strides in their career. Corey Kluber went from being an unknown starter to being the Cy Young winner. Yan Gomes became one of the best catchers in the league. Michael Brantley improved so much that he nearly won the MVP award.

So who will the Tribe’s most-improved award go to this year?

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