April 14, 2024

Brandon Moss

Projections: .243 BA, 473 AB, 66 R, 27 HR, 80 RBI, 1 SB, .801 OPS

It’s been awhile since the Tribe had a true power-hitting option to put in the middle of the lineup (go back to the 2007 Travis Hafner year), and that’s exactly what the Indians got when they acquired Brandon Moss in a trade with the A’s.  Moss was an All-star in 2014, as he hit 21 home runs before the break, but a hip injury limited him to just 4 home runs after.  Early spring indicates that Moss is ahead of schedule, and could easily reach the 30 home run mark in 2015.  If Moss can hit 30 home runs while playing half his games at Oakland Coliseum, imagine what he will do in a much friendlier Progressive Field.  The RBIs should roll in as well, because Michael Brantley will be hitting in front of him.

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