UTL, Brock Holt (32)
2020 Stats: .211/.283/.274 0 HR, 5 RBI
There are few players in all of baseball more versatile than 32-year old Brock Holt. After starting his career as a Pittsburgh Pirate in 2012, Holt found a home with the Boston Red Sox.
Holt helped the Red Sox win the World Series in both 2013 and 2018 and even hit for the only cycle in postseason history during Boston’s 16-1 2018 Game 3 ALDS victory over the New York Yankees.
He was named an All-Star in 2015 after hitting .280/.349/.379 with two homers and 45 RBI’s as he served as one of Boston’s most important players for much of the past decade.
While 2020 was a rough one for Holt, split between the Milwaukee Brewers and Washington Nationals, Holt’s ability to play five different positions (2B, 3B, LF, CF, RF) and history performing on the big stage provides value and is earning of a one-year MLB deal.
For the Indians, he’d be a perfect fit. He could provide the Tribe a spot start at five different positions, serve as a mentor and if he is able to rediscover the success from his Boston days, could serve as a summer trade chip.