The Indians just can't seem to turn the page on Lonnie Chisnehall, but they at least started a new chapter by moving him to right field midway through last season as part of a systematic effort to upgrade an infield defense that had sabotaged their pitching staff to that point. In other words, he's probably not going back to third base, which makes 2016 his last chance to take advantage of that eligibility. He actually hit better in right field (.303 with a .790 OPS) but not in enough at-bats to prove anything, so over a five-year career, he still has just that crazy 2014 first half to hang his hat on. He needs more than that to merit a mixed-league pick, especially since he'll probably begin 2016 as a platoon player.