Indians Hire Adam Everett

Adam Everett, who played 34 games with the Indians last year, is back in uniform for the Tribe, but not as a player. The Indians announced that they hired the longtime infielder as a special assistant to baseball operations. He’ll instruct infielders at the Indians’ Major League and minor league camps this Spring Training and provide infield instruction and evaluation during the regular season.

The Indians released Everett in June to create roster space for third base prospect Lonnie Chisenhall. The 34-year-old spent most of his 11-year career as a shortstop, though he appeared at second and third for the Indians in 2011. If his playing career has indeed ended, he'll retire with a .242/.294/.346 line for the Astros, Tigers, Twins and Indians and career earnings approaching $12MM. Everett never won a Gold Glove, but owns an impressive UZR/150 of 15.0 at shortstop.


10 Responses to Indians Hire Adam Everett Leave a Reply

  1. JR_Tolls1 3 years ago

    Congrats on an good career, excellent choice for the Indians.

  2. Like the move. Great defender with a good mindset. I’ll be glad to see him helping Kip, Cab, and Chiz!

  3. Hal Jordan 3 years ago

    Good hire.

  4. Jonathunder 3 years ago

    As a staff hiring, very good pickup.

  5. Paul H. 3 years ago

    Absolutely criminal that he never won a Gold Glove.

    • ellisburks 3 years ago

      Absolutely criminal that Jeter did win Gold Gloves.

  6. MacK Korris 3 years ago

    That’s still exactly a “uniform” job..

  7. FrankTheFunkasaurusRex 3 years ago

    deserved several gold gloves. aw well.

  8. neurogame 3 years ago

    Should have won at least one, but could ever “hit” enough to win a Gold GLove.

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