With so much focus on which direction the Cleveland Indians will go this offseason, these three players seemingly who have been seemingly forgotten by the fan base could make a big impact in 2021 regardless of which direction the team goes.
The Cleveland Indians will be entering a pivotal offseason. After reaching the postseason four of the past five seasons without winning a championship, they’ll need to decide whether to start an inevitable rebuilding process or take one more shot at winning a World Series.
Regardless of which direction they opt to go, players who did not see the field in 2020 that as a result that have gone seemingly forgotten figure to see far more playing time in a normal 162-game 2021 season.
With a 40-man player poll, COVID-19 concerns and just 60 regular season games to work with, the Indians roster stayed the same for much of the 2020 season, leading to some players from their 2019 roster and minor leaguers that likely would’ve been in the majors in a normal season of the squad.
Here are three of three players that did not get a chance to showcase their talent in 2020 that will likely get to do so for the Cleveland Indians in 2021.