Get to know more about the newest Cleveland Indians outfielder Eddie Rosario by learning three key facts about the former division rival.
The Cleveland Indians made what is likely to be their biggest addition of the offseason over the weekend as they reportedly agreed to terms with Minnesota Twins outfielder Eddie Rosario on a one-year, $8 million deal.
Rosario played a key role in back-to-back AL Central titles for the Twins the last two seasons and has helped guide Minnesota to the postseason three of the last four seasons.
The native of Puerto Rico spent each of his first six major league seasons as a Twin and now will join what has been the teams’ biggest division rival during his career as the Indians and Twins have finished first and second in the division each of the last four seasons with both teams winning two division titles and each earning one Wild Card berth.
With Rosario now set to join the Tribe, here are three key facts to know about the Indians’ new starting right or left fielder.