The Cleveland Indians have acquired 36-year old switch-hitting outfielder Coco Crisp and cash from the Oakland A’s for 31-year old lefty reliever Colt Hynes. Crisp played in 102 games for the A’s this year and he is 92 of 393 (.234 avg, .698 OPS) with 45 runs scored, 11 homers, 47 RBI and 7 stolen bases. Crisp started his Major League career with the Cleveland Indians from 2002-2005. Crisp played in 415 games in his first four years with the Tribe and he was 467 of 1,626 (.287 avg, .756 OPS) with 235 runs scored, 35 homers, 176 RBI and 54 stolen bases. Crisp has now played in 1,566 games in his first 15 years in the show and he is 1,561 of 5,877 (.266 avg, .729 OPS) with 868 runs scored, 128 homers, 631 RBI and 306 stolen bases. Crisp has also played in 31 games in the post-season so far in his career and he is 29 of 103 (.282 avg, .715 OPS) with 15 runs scored, 1 homer, 8 RBI and 4 stolen bases. Crisp helped the Boston Red Sox win the World Series in 2007 (over the Rockies) and he played for manager Terry Francona! The Indians needed another outfielder, as Abraham Almonte will be ineligible to play in the playoffs due to his PED suspension! The Indians had recently just signed Colt Hynes to a minor league deal. Hynes pitched in 9 games (0 starts) in AA+AAA-ball for the Tribe this year and he was 1-0 with 1 save, a 6.10 ERA and a 1.45 WHIP.