Weekly Wroundtable: Cleveland Indians’ Spring Training Surprises

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Mar 16, 2014; Scottsdale, AZ, USA; Cleveland Indians players celebrate a win over the San Francisco Giants at Scottsdale Stadium. The indians won 5-1. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

The Indians have had a fairly mediocre Spring Training so far, with a 10-13 record. Some players have exceeded expectations, while others have struggled to perform, or missed time with injuries.

One of the best things about Spring Training is the ability for players to distinguish themselves from their peers. They can come out of nowhere, impressing a manager enough to make the roster either now or later on in the season. On the other hand, they’re also able to prove that they’re not quite ready for major league responsibility, and lose their chance to claim a spot on the team.

The Indians have a few of both, and this week, the Wahoo’s on First team took a look at the most unexpected trends from Spring Training.

Which Indians player has been the biggest surprise this spring (good or bad) and why?

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