Indians 2016-17 Offseason
The Cleveland Indians agreed to all but one of their arbitration-eligible players last week. Today they announced a multi-year extension with that one player, outfielder Brandon Guyer.
Reflections on the Indians’ miraculous 2016 season from a Toyota Sienna on I-90.
Talking about Andrew Miller is fun.
The Cleveland Indians already added Edwin Encarnacion. If they ink another All-Star to a deal this offseason, it's likely to be the one they already have at shortstop. What might a longterm contract extension for Francisco Lindor look like?
How does it compare to past contracts, and how did they pull it off?
Having too many good hitters is a fun problem.
You don’t get to 30 dingers without killing a few baseballs.
The Indians starting rotation is great, but there is always room for surprises in spring training.
It’s inevitable, so let’s discuss how it should happen.
Yeah it’s happening. Stop looking at me like that or I’ll start previewing the 2020 High-A team.
There are still plenty of avenues the Tribe could take to upgrade their team.
Tribe adds a reliever but loses outfielder Anthony Santander and four other minor league pitchers
Indians are swinging high and swinging low but nothing is landing.
Don’t be afraid of intradivisional trades.
The Indians are aggressively pursuing a big bat.
Chris Antonetti has done a fantastic job keeping the Indians relevant, even in a smaller market.
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