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What the Indians should do at the Winter Meetings For the Indians, they head into the Winter Meetings with mostly the same holes they had last season, now with extra uncertainty in the infield. No matter your feelings on Jason Kipnis's effectiveness the last couple years, it was clear he had a spot and the Indians didn't necessarily "need" to find a second baseman.

Indians, Beau Taylor Agree To Minor League Deal The Indians and catcher Beau Taylor are in agreement on a minor league deal with a non-roster invite to spring training, according to a team announcement from Friday. Taylor has spent the majority of his career in the Athletics' organization, although a late-season designation saw him latch on with the Blue Jays for a spell last year.

The Winter Meetings are right around the corner Morning news and notes for Sunday, December 8, 2019.

Previewing the Winter Meetings Cleveland Indians head to winter meetings with two trade assets: Francisco Lindor, Corey Kluber - - Hoynsie previews the Winter Meetings. Looking ahead to the Winter Meetings and the Indians' to-do list for 2020 - Sports - Akron Beacon Journal - Akron, OH - Beat reporter Ryan Lewis previews the Winter Meetings.

The Stamets-Moroff Era has come to a close Morning news and notes for Friday, December 6, 2019.

Cleveland Indians' Carlos Carrasco named AL Comeback Player of the Year Carlos made his last start of the season on May 30. At the time, not many details were released describing the condition that caused him to step away. It was later revealed Carrasco was battling leukemia. The City of Cleveland rallied behind the right-handed starting pitcher.

Indians: No real change in the Francisco Lindor situation Indians fans have had to deal with plenty of rumors regarding Francisco Lindor. None of the latest news comes as much of a surprise. There are plenty of re…

AL Central Notes: Tsutsugo, Lindblom, Royals, Indians Past reports have already linked the Blue Jays and Marlins to Yoshitomo Tsutsugo's market, and now's Jon Morosi tweets that three AL Central teams are also in the mix. The White Sox, Tigers, and Twins all have some interest in the Japanese slugger, who has hit 185 homers for Yokohama since the start of the 2014 season.

Buying low on César Hernández makes sense The Cleveland Indians are one such team, and former Philadelphia Phillies second baseman César Hernández is a recently non-tendered player who fills a hole. His projected $11.8 million salary in arbitration is a non-starter for the Indians, as it was for the Phillies, who cast him into free agency.

Carlos Carrasco named American League Comeback Player of the Year MLB names Cleveland Indians' Carlos Carrasco AL Comeback Player of the Year - - Well, duh. Who else could it have been?

Indians: Running out of words to describe Carlos Carrasco Cleveland Indians fans saw Carlos Carrasco return from a leukemia diagnosis in 2019. It is hard to even begin to describe how special he is as a person. Ca…

Carlos Carrasco, Josh Donaldson win Comeback Player of the Year Awards Major League Baseball announced this afternoon that Carlos Carrasco and Josh Donaldson have won the Comeback Player of the Year Awards in the American and National League, respectively. Usually the Comeback Player of the Year Award goes to someone who had a bad year for some reason and then came back the following year and returned to form.

Should the Cleveland Indians just go all-in for Mookie Betts? If the Red Sox decide to trade Mookie Betts this winter, what are the cases for and against the Indians pushing all their chips into the middle? Aside from…

Cleveland, Ohio: 10 of the best experiences and attractions Further information on Tours of Cleveland can be found here. Arguably the most internationally recognisable Cleveland attraction, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame opened in September 1995. Occupying a contemporary building on the shore of Lake Erie, designed by architect I.

What's next for the Cleveland baseball brand? Members of the Let’s Go Tribe staff discuss the future of the Cleveland Indians brand and how to push it in new directions.

Indians Re-Sign James Hoyt After being dropped from the Indians' 40-man roster in advance of the non-tender deadline, righty James Hoyt has landed back with the Cleveland organization. Full terms aren't known, but the contract does come with a MLB roster spot.

Mike Clevinger is chasing legends Some suspected that he changed his motion to avoid more liners, but Score himself said in The Curse of Rocky Colavito that he tore a tendon in early 1958 after coming back from that head injury, ending that season. Nearly 65 years later, it looks like we're getting a glimpse of what that would have looked like.

Hopefully the White Sox and Indians are not heading in opposite directions, like it appeared Tuesday Morning News and Notes for December 4, 2019.

Francisco Lindor Trade Rumors Hit All Time High Have Cleveland fans watched Lindor play his last game in a Tribe uniform? Will the beloved four-time All-Star shortstop be traded before the 2020 deadline? Banter and whispers of Lindor being traded are nothing new, however, those talks are heightened after an ESPN article came out making it more of a solid thought.

Cleveland Indians should see Kevin Pillar as a key acquisition Kevin Pillar was non-tendered by the San Francisco Giants on Monday, becoming a free agent. The Cleveland Indians had the 18th-best outfield in MLB last season, and ranked 20th in production from centre field. Pillar has been a reliable, if unimpressive, hitter throughout his career.

8 non-tendered free agents that make sense for Indians If the Indians are still refusing to sign Anthony Rendon, the injection of non-tendered players into the free agent market should at least give us something to think about and discuss as the offseason rounds the corner into December.

Your New Favourite Aspect of the Offseason With the MLB offseason finally heating up and players beginning to move, I thought I would share a piece I recently wrote for Bat Flips and Nerds. I started this blog in the spring of 2013 and, although I can't commit to writing on here every day, I'll try my best to produce some interesting content about the Tribe.

Indians unable to land Jonathan Villar Morning news and notes for Tuesday, December 3, 2019.

Indians: A few surprising moves made at the non-tender deadline The Cleveland Indians made a few obvious decisions Monday night along with a few that seem a bit odd given the state of the team. MLB free agency is moving…

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