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The Cleveland Indians are open for business and the hot stove is lit

Morning News and Notes for November 3, 2018

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The Indians, normally an organization where news is locked up as tight as light in a black hole, have let it leak that they are entertaining offers for all of their veterans except Francisco Lindor and Jose Ramirez. This news came on the same day as the less-surprising news that none of the Indians’ free agents were offered a Qualifying Offer.

The hot stove has been lit. Come, warm yourself by the fire.

Indians News

Cleveland Indians will listen to trade offers on veteran players - The Cleveland Indians will listen to trade offers for some of their veteran players this winter as they face the sort of difficult choices that small-market teams must address, according to sources.

Indians will listen to trade offers for Kluber and other stars, report says | Indians | - The Indians have chosen to not make qualifying offers to any of their free agents, the club announced on Nov. 2.

How long will the Cleveland Indians keep the window of contention open? Hey, Hoynsie | - People have questions. Inexplicably, some want them answered by Hoynsie.

Indians decline to extend qualifying offers - In the end, the Indians made it clear that the offer was too steep a price to risk locking in so early in this important offseason for the ballclub.

Cleveland Indians release OF Brandon Barnes, add six players to 40-man roster | - Brandon Barnes has elected free agency after he was granted his outright release by the Cleveland Indians. In addition, six players were moved from the 60-day DL to the 40-man roster.

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