Photo by Nick Camino / Newsradio WTAM 1100
GOODYEAR, Ariz. -- For the first time this spring, Indians fans finally got a look at what the Tribe's infield should look like come Opening Day, March 29 in Seattle.
Holding their first official full squad workout at the club's player development complex on Monday, the Indians took infield practice with Francisco Lindor at shortstop, Jose Ramirez at third base, Jason Kipnis at second base and Yonder Alonso at first base.
While certain things could change, for now, the Indians will go with Kipnis at second base and Ramirez back to third base. Talking with the media on Monday, Lindor was quick to point out the Indians have an All-Star infield. Which is true. At one point or another in their career's, Lindor, Alonso, Ramirez and Kipnis have all been All-Star players.
The Indians first Cactus League exhibition game is slated for Friday at Goodyear Ballpark when they host the Cincinnati Reds at 3:05 pm ET. The game will be broadcast on Newsradio WTAM 1100.
- Nick Camino