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GOODYEAR, Ariz. - The regular season is almost here and before the Indians turn out the lights on another stay in the desert, it's time to present some spring training awards. The envelopes, please:

Best entrance: New first baseman  hit the first pitch he saw as an Indian over the right field wall at Goodyear Ballpark in the Cactus League opener against the Reds on Feb. 23. So far he's hit four more this spring.

Best use of a six pack:  who made three trips to the disabled list last year, opened the spring season by hitting six homers in his first six games.

Best use of blue: The world is an unpredictable place, but some things you can count on. Such as  wearing his blue fight wig into the locker room when Duke is playing basketball.

Best new look: Speaking of hair, shortstop got his hair cut short and bleached indian platinum blond before coming to spring training. When he reported, manager Terry Francona said he looked like Billy Idol, but his players probably didn't know who the old rocker from the 1980s was.

So in the next few days, pictures of singer Amber Rose, a more contemporary artist with a hairstyle similar to Lindor's, appeared throughout the locker room. One was even hanging on Lindor's locker. Lindor knew immediately who was behind it - Francona.

Francisco Lindor's new hairstyle was the talk of spring training when camp opened in February.Chuck Crow, The Plain Dealer

Best threesome: Third baseman against the Brewers on March 11. With the bases loaded - Jonathan Villar was on first, Christian Yelich on second and Stephen Vogt on third - Travis Shaw sent a soft liner to third. Ramirez played the ball on the hop, tagged Vogt, who had come off the bag, stepped on third to force Yelich and threw to Kipnis at second base for the force on Villar.

The triple play went 5-5-4.

"They could have gotten four outs on that play," Brewers manager Craig Counsel told reporters.

Best diet: First base prospect reported to his first big league camp In February after losing 30 pounds during the offseason. Francona called Bradley's conditioning and commitment one of the highlights of the spring. To top it off, Bradley hit.391 (9-for-23) in 13 games before being sent down.

Best use of social media:  approached by reporters to get an update on his right ankle surgery early in spring training, did something rare. He not only asked the questions that he knew the reporters would ask, but he answered them as well.

As a reporter, it doesn't get much better than that.

Best swing and a miss: The Indians invited outfielder to spring training on a minor league deal. He played 18 games before being sent down, hitting.143 (5-for-35) with three homers and eight RBI. In his 35 at-bats, Barnes struck out a team-high 24 times.

Best remake of the Magnificent Seven: The Indians, with seven games left this spring, have hit seven grand slams, including four by their catchers. Yan Gomes has two, while Roberto Perez and Eric Haase have one each. Yandy Diaz, Todd Hankins and Richie Shaffer have the other three.

Best use of infield dirt: Infielder, in camp on a minor league deal, has played 18 games this spring and rarely has gotten through one without his uniform being caked in dirt from his aggressive play. The former Arizona State Sun Devil can swing the bat as well, hitting.444 (12-for-27).

He's probably headed for Class AAA Columbus, but he's impressed the right people.

Best long distance reliever: Last spring Zach McAllister threw 11 2/3 innings in nine appearances. McAllister has already thrown 13 1/3 innings in eight games this spring. He's tied with starter Mike Clevinger for the third most on the team.

Best hard luck stories: Right-hander Justin Merryweather, in his first big league camp, threw a bullpen session on Feb. 16 and afterward said his elbow hurt. On March 9, he underwent Tommy John surgery on his elbow and will be lost for the year.

Cole Sulser, another right-hander in his first big-league camp, was helping his parents move just before reporting to Goodyear. He fell carrying a box, broke a rib and never threw a pitch in camp.

Best management of expectations: Last season made 30 appearances, covering 20 innings, and didn't allow a run of any kind. It is the most scoreless innings and appearances by a pitcher in one season in big-league history.

This spring Olson has allowed three runs in 8 1/3 innings.

Lefty Tyler Olson made 30 appearances last season for the Indians and didn't allow a run.Chuck Crow, The Plain Dealer

Best it's deja vu all over again moment: Two-time Cy Young winner  is 3-0 with a 1.98 ERA in four spring starts. He's struck out 19 and walked three in 13 2/3 innings.

Through 28 spring games, Bauer leads AL pitchers with 25 strikeouts. Kluber with 19 and Clevinger with 18 give the Tribe three spots in the top nine. Indians' pitchers lead the AL with 255 strikeouts and are tied for the Cubs for the big-league lead.

Tribe pitchers have led the AL in strikeouts during the regular season for the last four seasons.

Most moving moment: Early in spring training Francona's father, Tito, died at the age of 84. for the services. When he returned to Goodyear, he was asked about his father at his daily press conference.

For about 10 minutes Francona talked about his relationship with his father, who played in the big leagues for 15 years. He talked about going home to Pennsylvania to be with his family and returning to Goodyear to be with his other family...the Indians. It was a difficult 10 minutes, but he handled it with grace and honesty.

When a reporter finally turned the conversation to baseball, Francona exhaled and said, "Thank you."



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