Rumors, news, and other features that take place during the offseason.
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The Cleveland Indians finished with a winning record for the third season in a row, but finished 13.5 games behind the Royals and need to make some upgrades if they're going to win the AL Central in 2016. Which positions should they took to improve?
The AL Central has added a lot of new faces this week. Teams seem to be getting better. Indians GM Chris Antonetti wishes good players wouldn't join the Tribe's rivals. If you could get rid of any one player in the division, who would it be?
Hot Stove season is in full swing. The Indians have already made one big trade, and others could be on the way. With that in mind, which member of the Indians has the highest trade value, considering talent, age, and contract?
Tuesday night was the deadline for MLB teams to decide whether or not to tender contracts to their arbitration-eligible players. The Indians will keep five such players, either working out a deal or going to an arbitration hearing with each of them.
The Oakland A's traded All-Star third baseman to Toronto for Brett Lawrie and a trio of prospects. It's a return package with potential, but not an overwhelming amount. What would a similar offer from the Indians have looked like?
Many of the big free agent position players have already agreed to a new contract, but the pitching market is a different story. Who are the big (and medium) fish? Among the medium (and small) fish, is there anyone the Indians should make a run at?
The Cleveland Indians owe Nick Swisher and Michael Bourn a lot of money for the next two seasons, while neither of those two seems to be very good anymore. What would it take to be free of one (or both!) of those contracts?
For the second offseason in a row, the Cleveland Indians have signed right-handed pitcher Shaun Marcum to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training.