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One year after making the playoffs as a wild card team, the Cleveland Indians couldn't make a return trip to the playoffs.
Things don't seem to get any easier on the Indians this year with the sudden emergence of the Kansas City Royals and all of the offseason acquisitions make by the Chicago White Sox.
Corey Kluber was the big story of the 2014 season, having a break-out year and winning the AL Cy Young award. Having Kluber at the top of the rotation helps to stabilize a young, talented and unproven starting rotation.
The Indians locked up Jason Kipnis to a long-term deal but can't be impressed with the return on their investment so far. They have to hope Kipnis can bounce back in 2015, along with Nick Swisher, who was basically untradeable in the offseason.
Cleveland acquired Brandon Moss in a trade with the Oakland Athletics and hope that he can add some pop to their offense. He put up some pretty good numbers in Oakland despite playing in a pitcher's ballpark.
The Indians don't look to be one of the top three teams in the AL Central, but if everything comes together, they could find themselves as a wild card contender.
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