Law: Indians add Yonder Alonso but still need to get crafty with roster

Alonso is coming off a career-best season. He hit 28 home runs with a .501 slugging percentage for the Oakland Athletics and Seattle Mariners in 2017. Adam Hunger/USA TODAY Sports

Yonder Alonso changed his swing early in 2017 to hit the ball in the air more often and, with some help from the lively baseball, set career highs in several offensive categories. But a lot of that came from a great stretch in May when he hit 10 homers in 20 games.