Weekly Wroundtable: The Biggest Surprises of the Cleveland Indians’ Season So Far

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May 1, 2015; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Indians catcher Brett Hayes (R) celebrates with Lonnie Chisenhall (8) Ryan Raburn (9) and Michael Bourn (24) after hitting a three run home run in the fifth inning against the Toronto Blue Jays at Progressive Field. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

It’s June, and the Cleveland Indians have now played a third of their season.

It’s easy to make predictions in March, but by June, it’s obvious that many have not come true. The Tribe had a lot of hopes and expectations headed into this season, thanks largely in part to many predictions that they would make the playoffs or even win the World Series. The Tribe has had many players underperform, but they’ve also had some unexpected success stories.

With that in mind, the Wahoo’s on First team answered this week’s Wroundtable question:

Who/what has been the biggest surprise of the Indians’ season so far?

First up: the starting rotation.

Next: Indians' Surprises: The Starting Rotation

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