Indians Release Fred Lewis

The Indians released outfielder Fred Lewis, according to MLB.com's Jordan Bastian (on Twitter). They had signed Lewis to a minor league contract in January.

Lewis posted a .230/.321/.317 line in 210 plate appearances for Cincinnati last year, but he spent time on the disabled list with a strained right oblique muscle. The 31-year-old played both corner outfield positions for the Reds, who signed him for $900K. Lewis, a left-handed hitter, has a track record of success against right-handed pitching (.780 career OPS).


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8 Comments on "Indians Release Fred Lewis"


Blue387
3 years 4 months ago

I think Lewis, if healthy, could be a good fit for the Mets.

Lastings
3 years 4 months ago

I think Richard Lewis, if healthy, could be a better fit for the Mets…

Tony DiQuattro
3 years 4 months ago

Trying to add to your collection of used Giants outfielders?

Devon Henry
3 years 4 months ago

This guy looks like Jason Heyward, just sayin…

3 years 4 months ago

I was curious, so I googled it. On the first page of google images is a Photoshopped cover of MLB 2K10 with Fred Lewis on the cover. Who in their right mind would want Fred Lewis on the cover of… well, anything?

Ryan Mooney
3 years 4 months ago

Somebody will pick him up

Whole_New_World
3 years 4 months ago

Followed immediately by putting him back down.

Malcontents need more skills than he has to stick.

Slim Feathers
3 years 4 months ago

all you nay sayers have no idea. He is a good player. staying healthy is a big part of being a professional and thats his biggest downfall. he played the first 3 years of his big league career with two bunions. After having them removed he didnt put on a shoe until the first week of spring training. He works hard and has a great love for the game. Though all his stats aren’t arod material he still can be a big leaugue before any of you. That may have never picked up a bat in their life. You parents bought you a computer now you think your cool because someone actually pays attention to what you say