A look at the notable free agents (and their possible replacements) in the AL Central.
by: westbrook — SB Nation: Let's Go Tribe! 6 Nov
Morning N&N for Nov. 6, 2019
by: ESPN.com — ESPN 15 Nov
The Indians have a big decision to make about their biggest star, Minnesota needs a lot of arms and the White Sox could be on the cusp of good things.
by: Steven Kubitza — Fansided: Believeland Ball 5 Nov
The Cleveland Indians made several roster moves Monday and one in particular sees a former All-Star finally let go into free agency. Danny Salazar debuted ...
by: Mandy Bell — MLB: Indians 5 Nov
The Indians waited through a long October for the postseason to come to an end. Now, the final roster moves are being made and free agency has begun. One thing that remains on the minds of Indians fans is the glaring hole at second base. We’ve gone...
by: Jeff Schudel JSchudel@News-Herald.com @JSProInsider on Twitter — The Morning Journal 4 Nov
The Danny Salazar experiment era with the Indians has finally ended.
by: N/A — MLB: Indians 4 Nov
Following a season full of fractured bones and muscle strains, the Indians can officially clear off their injured list. With the offseason now in full swing, the club had some decisions to make regarding the seven men who ended the year on the IL....
Indians outright Danny Salazar, Cody Anderson, A.J. Cole and Tyler Olson; All four elect free agency
by: Ryan Lewis — Akron Beacon Journal 4 Nov
The Indians, not wanting to give up on such an electric but often out of service arm, last winter gave Danny Salazar $4.5 million in arbitration, a variable lottery ticket with the hopes that he could stay on the mound long enough to regain his...
Danny Salazar, Tyler Olson among four players released by Cleveland Indians from 40-man roster - cleveland.com
by: Joe Noga | email@example.com — Cleveland.com 4 Nov
Salazar made one appearance in 2019 after missing nearly two years with shoulder injuries. Olson spent the second half of the season on the injured list.
by: rob.bradford — WEEI: WEEI Media 3 Nov
“It’s a very strong organization. I think in the last dozen years we have probably won two and a quarter more games than they have. They do everything right. They don’t get supported but they do
Cleveland Indians make it official: Corey Kluber’s option exercised, Jason Kipnis, Dan Otero’s declined - cleveland.com
by: Paul Hoynes | firstname.lastname@example.org — Cleveland.com 1 Nov
No surprise here. The Indians announced these moves at the end of the 2019 regular season.
by: Mitchell Krall — Waiting For Next Year 30 Oct
The Cleveland Indians have a bunch of important decisions upcoming because their 40-man roster is getting crowded with some quality players. What will they [...]
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