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Righty prospect McKenzie part of Tribe's future

Triston McKenzie might very well represent the future -- an arm that can help sustain the success and reputation of Cleveland's pitching staff. According to MLB Pipeline, which is unveiling its Top 10 lists at each position over the next two weeks, McKenzie ranks eighth among all of baseball's right-handed pitching prospects and second overall within the organization.

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Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 73 – Ricardo Rincon

Join Did The Tribe Win Last Night as we count down to Opening Day! Countdown to Opening Day – 73 Baseball fans who did not grow up watching the Cleveland Indians with a vested interest at the end of the 1990’s and the beginning of the 2000’s may only know Ricardo Rincon‘s name as the player heavily sought after by Oakland Athletics general manager Billy Beane in the dramatized 2011 Hollywood hit, Moneyball. While Beane did get his man from the Indians for minor leaguer Marshall...

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Inbox: Strategy behind Brantley over Bruce?

Beat reporter Jordan Bastian fields questions from fans on the Jay Bruce vs. Michael Brantley decision, Danny Salazar's return to the rotation and more in this edition of Indians Inbox.

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Bobby Bradley is our No. 3 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 4?

The Indians may have their next power hitting first baseman already in their system. Everyone loves a #RightHandedPowerBat, but if you can hit the ball with authority, you’re going to have some success regardless of which side of the plate you’re on. And despite being a left handed hitter, Bobby Bradley can certainly mash. With a commanding 50% of the vote last week, Bradley rounds out the top three Cleveland Indians 2018 prospects behind Francisco Mejia and Triston McKenzie. The stocky...

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Bobby Bradley is our No. 3 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 4?

The Indians may have their next power hitting first baseman already in their system.

Everyone loves a #RightHandedPowerBat, but if you can hit the ball with authority, you’re going to have some success regardless of which side of the plate you’re on. And despite being a left handed hitter, Bobby Bradley can certainly mash.

With a commanding 50% of the vote last week, Bradley rounds out the top three Cleveland Indians 2018 prospects behind Francisco Mejia and Triston McKenzie.

The stocky...

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Indians financial situation meant little chance of keeping Carlos Santana and Jay Bruce

Morning news and notes for Monday, January 15, 2018 Here’s to a great week! Tribe News Indians not lost losing Jay Bruce | Cleveland.com A look into the Tribe’s financial picture and losing Carlos Santana and Jay Bruce. From Terry Pluto: The Indians will never admit it, but the quick exit from the playoffs has had an impact on this season’s payroll. Blowing the 2-0 lead against the New York Yankees in the best-of-five American League Division Series meant the season ended on a...

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Indians financial situation meant little chance of keeping Carlos Santana and Jay Bruce

Morning news and notes for Monday, January 15, 2018

Here’s to a great week!

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Indians not lost losing Jay Bruce | Cleveland.com

A look into the Tribe’s financial picture and losing Carlos Santana and Jay Bruce. From Terry Pluto:

The Indians will never admit it, but the quick exit from the playoffs has had an impact on this season’s payroll. Blowing the 2-0 lead against the New York Yankees in the best-of-five American League Division Series meant the season ended on a...

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Gerrit Cole traded to the Houston Astros

Morning news and notes For Sunday, January 14, 2018.

Happy Sunday, folks!

Tribe news Around the league Adrian Gonzalez is heading to the New York Mets after a physical. Gerrit Cole is headed to Houston as part of a five-player trade. Brad Hand and the San Diego Padres have agreed to a 3-year, $19.75 million deal. Tim Ricketts doesn’t really want much to do with Sammy Sosa unless he “puts everything on the table” regarding potential PED usage. The Mets have reached deals with...

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Francisco Lindor doesn’t need to give a discount

The Tribe shortstop is going to get offered another deal. He should turn it down. A specter looms over the Cleveland Indians as spring training approaches. It’s somewhere between an expectation and a dire hope, among fans as well as the front office, that they’ll sign shortstop Francisco Lindor to an extension of some kind. As is the way with the Indians since the early ‘90s with Sandy Alomar and Carlos Baerga, they want to buy out those yucky arbitration years so nobody has to spend a...

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Francisco Lindor doesn’t need to give a discount

The Tribe shortstop is going to get offered another deal. He should turn it down.

A specter looms over the Cleveland Indians as spring training approaches. It’s somewhere between an expectation and a dire hope, among fans as well as the front office, that they’ll sign shortstop Francisco Lindor to an extension of some kind. As is the way with the Indians since the early ‘90s with Sandy Alomar and Carlos Baerga, they want to buy out those yucky arbitration years so nobody has to spend a...

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The Indians’ offseason plans are probably not malicious

One has to assume there’s good reason for the Indians’ inaction. It’s a quiet offseason for all of baseball. Between a relative freeze in the free agent market and a dearth of trades, we’re running out of things to talk about. But even in this dead winter, the Cleveland Indians have been especially quiet. Outside of signing Yonder Alonso and a couple retread arms and bats, there’s been more exodus than roster bolstering going on. Which can get frustrating considering how they’re...

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The Indians’ offseason plans are probably not malicious

One has to assume there’s good reason for the Indians’ inaction.

It’s a quiet offseason for all of baseball. Between a relative freeze in the free agent market and a dearth of trades, we’re running out of things to talk about. But even in this dead winter, the Cleveland Indians have been especially quiet.

Outside of signing Yonder Alonso and a couple retread arms and bats, there’s been more exodus than roster bolstering going on. Which can get frustrating considering how they’re...

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Indians reach agreement with Salazar and Chisenhall; Bauer remains unsigned

Morning News and Notes, Saturday, January 13, 2018 And then there was one. With the signings yesterday of Lonnie Chisenhall and Danny Santana, only Trevor Bauer remains unsigned of all the Indians who are eligible for arbitration. MLBTradeRumors.com projects a Bauer signing at $7.7M following Bauer’s breakout year. Indians News Indians avoid arb with Salazar, Chisenhall - The Indians put the finishing touch on a pair of arbitration cases Friday, agreeing to one-year contracts with...

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Indians reach agreement with Salazar and Chisenhall; Bauer remains unsigned

Morning News and Notes, Saturday, January 13, 2018

And then there was one.

With the signings yesterday of Lonnie Chisenhall and Danny Santana, only Trevor Bauer remains unsigned of all the Indians who are eligible for arbitration. MLBTradeRumors.com projects a Bauer signing at $7.7M following Bauer’s breakout year.

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Indians avoid arb with Salazar, Chisenhall - The Indians put the finishing touch on a pair of arbitration cases Friday, agreeing to one-year contracts with...

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Today in Tribe History: January 13, 1986

Mike Garcia, part of the Cleveland Indians’ “Big Three” pitching staff during the 1950s, passes away at the age of 62. Garcia spent 14 years in the Majors, including his first dozen in Cleveland. He debuted with one game of work in 1948, but became a staple in the rotation beginning in 1949 when he went 14-5 and led the league with a 2.36 ERA. He would later win as many as 22 games (during his first of three straight All-Star seasons in 1952) and again led the league in ERA in 1954...

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Bauer last unsigned arb-eligible for Indians

The Indians put the finishing touch on two arbitration cases Friday, agreeing to one-year contracts with Danny Salazar and Lonnie Chisenhall. Only right-hander Trevor Bauer remains on Cleveland's arbitration to-do list.

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Indians settle all but Bauer's arbitration case

Right-hander Danny Salazar and right fielder Lonnie Chisenhall have agreed to one-year contracts with the Indians for 2018, but the team didn't settle with Trevor Bauer before the deadline to exchange salary figures.

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Salazar, Chisenhall avoid arb with Tribe

The Indians avoided arbitration with right-hander Danny Salazar and outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall on Friday with one-year contracts for the upcoming season, MLB.com confirmed.

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Indians' Olson emerged from wild ride to top

The most dominant 2017 season you didn't notice came from a 27-year-old rookie pitcher with a modest professional track record. The year before, he was designated for assignment more times (three) than he pitched in a big league game (one).

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Chisenhall, Tribe avoid arb with 1-year deal

The Indians avoided arbitration with outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall on Friday with a one-year contract for the upcoming season, MLB.com confirmed.

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