CLEVELAND (AP) — Free agent outfielder Eddie Rosario and the Cleveland Indians finalized their $8 million, one-year contract. The club is adding a quality player then know well. Rosario spent the past six seasons with the AL Central rival Minnesota Twins. He’ll give Cleveland’s lineup a needed boost following the departures of All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor and first baseman Carlos Santana. The 29-year-old Rosario helped the Twins win back-to-back division titles the past two years. He hit 13 homers in 57 games last season after hitting a career-high 32 and driving in 109 runs in 2019.