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Sign Justin Upton or wait for our own version to develop?

Dave Schoenfield thinks the Indians are a potential landing spot for Justin Upton, while Jonathan Mayo lists Upton as a potential comp for Clint Frazier.

Comp for Frazier - Justin Upton?
Comp for Frazier - Justin Upton?
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Mayo answers MLBPipeline Inbox questions | - Leadoff question- comps on Zimmer and Frazier.

Indians, Anthony Recker sign Minor League deal | - The Indians are set behind the plate with the solid tandem of starting catcher Yan Gomes and backup Roberto Perez. Cleveland's only task this winter for that aspect of its roster is to try to build up solid depth beyond its Major League duo.

Will the Indians trade a starting pitcher? | - Beat writer Jordan Bastian publishes his weekly off-season mailbag.

Spittin’ image | Idaho Statesman - In a single season, the Cleveland Indians go through 10 cases of Bazooka bubble gum (regular and sugarless) and 12 cases of sunflower seeds.

Where will Justin Upton end up signing? - SweetSpot- ESPN - Surprisingly, Dave Schoenfield looks at Cleveland as a potential team for Justin Upton.

The Cubs And Danny Salazar, Trade Target - Bleed Cubbie Blue - More than one Cleveland Indians pitcher could be someone the Cubs are interested in.

Around the Horn

Nailed at the plate: Here are the 10 fastest outfield throws to catch a runner at home this season | - It's not only pitchers who break the century mark.

J.A. Happ signs with Blue Jays | - What's old is new again for the Blue Jays as they welcomed a familiar face back into the fold Friday night, signing left-hander J.A. Happ to a three-year contract worth $36 million.

Yasiel Puig, Los Angeles Dodgers star, reportedly involved in Miami bar scuffle | FOX Sports - Puig broke rule #1 of clubbing - don't fight with the bouncer. Are we really sure the Tribe should trade for this guy?

Peter Gammons: Boras-Samson war leaves Marlins in the balance, Black Friday shopping - - Another NL GM Tuesday speculated "Boston will go $30-40M above anyone else," for David Price.