Any Cleveland fan with a decent short-term memory knows that, for the past several seasons, the Tribe has experienced consistent inconsistency at third base. Since Travis Fryman hung up his cap, the Indians have had a revolving door at the hot corner. The Indians have had four different Opening Day third basemen in the last seven seasons, none of them for more than two years in a row. No, inconsistency isn't necessarily a bad thing. But when the Indians finished the season with Jhonny Peralta as their best option at third base, it became clear that something needed to change. Remember how excited we were about Andy Marte? He might not have worked out, but someone in his imageùa young, sweet-hitting third base ³ber-prospectùwould still be an excellent fit in Cleveland. But where to find ...
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