Indians star Lindor may miss season start with calf strain | AP sports

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However, there is no guarantee that will be the case.

Last month, Lindor signed a one-year $10.55 million contract for 2019 to avoid salary arbitration with the Indians.

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Prior to joining Oakland, Joyce spent six seasons in Tampa Bay where he slugged.435 with 76 home runs and 280 RBI, earning an All-Star bid in 2011. At minimum without a full spring training before Opening Day, Lindor is now a risky pick and it'll be interesting to see how that ADP is affected in the coming weeks. Yu Chang, one of Cleveland's top prospects figures to be first in line. Infielder Mike Freeman, who will be in camp on a minor league deal, played 58 games at shortstop in the minors for the Cubs past year. Utility man Max Moroff, acquired from the Pirates in the Gonzalez deal, played six games at short past year. In the short-term, he should have no problem handling the position defensively. Journeyman Ryan Flaherty, who will be in camp with the Indians as a non-roster invitee, could be another option to handle the hot corner while Ramirez shifts to shortstop. The Indians could pursue a little extra depth on the free agent market. However, it could result in Lindor not being able to start his season until the regular season is already underway. But it would be tough to justify a major move on the off chance that Lindor isn't back by opening day. Missing games in early April could easily come strictly by playing home games in Cleveland, where bad weather can be a factor. A story from MLB Trade Rumors reports that Lindor suffered a right calf strain, and will be shelved for a time frame between seven and nine weeks.