It's getting crowded…
Looks like the Indians will try to use every last locker in that new clubhouse in Goodyear.
Two more invitees were announced Friday, as right-handers Matt Herges and Jack Cassel (older brother of Patriots QB Matt Cassel) have been signed to Minor League contracts. As previously reported, right-handed reliever Vinnie Chulk was signed to a Minor League deal with an invite to big-league camp on Thursday, though that deal hasn't been officially announced by the club yet.
Herges might be in the mix for the Indians' seventh and final bullpen spot. The 38-year-old has appeared in 537 Major League games for the Dodgers, Expos, Padres, Giants, Diamondbacks, Marlins and Rockies. Interestingly, he is one of just two players -- Steve Finley being the other -- to have played on every team within a five-team division. Finley also played for every team in the National League West.
More info will be up on Indians.com shortly.