Starters, Jose Locked In as Indians Take 2 of 3

The Cleveland Indians take the opening series of the 2020 season as they took two out of three against the Kansas City Royals. The starting pitching was as great as they’ve been over the last several seasons as Shane Bieber, Mike Clevinger, and Carlos Carrasco dominated the Royals lineup throughout the weekend. https://twitter.com/zackmeisel/status/1287473992429961217?s=21 Bieber struck …

Indians sign Carlos Carrasco to extension through 2022

The Cleveland Indians have officially signed pitcher Carlos Carrasco to a contract extension through the 2022 season. The team exercised Carrasco’s 2020 team option worth $10.25 million and gave him an additional two years to his contract with a vesting option for the 2023 season. His new contract breaks down like this (Credit to Zack …

Indians, Carlos Carrasco discussing extension

In the recent days and weeks, there’s been rumors surrounding the Cleveland Indians starting pitchers, specifically Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco and Trevor Bauer about one of them getting traded this offseason. Ken Rosenthal from Fox Sports and The Athletic is now reporting that the Indians and Carrasco are in discussions on a contract extension. https://twitter.com/Ken_Rosenthal/status/1068615809566683136

Indians and Dodgers discussing Corey Kluber trade

  On Wednesday, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reported that the Cleveland Indians and Los Angeles Dodgers have been discussing about a potential trade involving starting pitcher Corey Kluber. Morosi stated that the two sides have been talking in recent days and one potential deal involved the Dodgers getting Kluber with the Indians getting outfielder …

Yankees interested in Indians’ Kluber and Carrasco

This week is the GM meetings in baseball and it’s the first big event of the offseason as the top executives are invading Carlsbad, California. As reported by ESPN last week, the Indians will listen to trade proposals for some their key pieces including two-time Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber and fellow ace Carlos Carrasco. …

Indians don’t tender qualifying offers, willing to listen in trade talks for vets

The offseason for baseball is getting started and the rumors are already starting for the Cleveland Indians. On Friday, the team did not issue qualifying offers to their key free agents: outfielder Michael Brantley and relief pitchers Cody Allen. The qualifying offer was worth $17.9 million on a one-year contract and if they had received …

Indians rotation makes history

The Cleveland Indians starting pitching has been dominant and consistent over the last few seasons but on Saturday night, they made a historic mark that has never been done in the history of baseball. When Mike Clevinger struck out Red Sox outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. in the second inning, the Cleveland Indians became the first …

The Indians rotation is the best in baseball 

The Cleveland Indians sit currently at 101 wins with two games left in the regular season and the biggest reason behind their success the last several seasons has been their starting pitching.  Chris Antonetti, Terry Francona and Mickey Callaway have done a fantastic at acquiring and molding the rotation over the last past couple years …

2017 Cleveland Indians preview 

It’s finally here! The opening day of the 2017 season for the Cleveland Indians. The defending American League champions are ready to get things rolling as they kick off the season against the Texas Rangers. The end of last season left a bitter taste for the players, manager Terry Francona and the fan base with …

Indians, Jose Ramirez agree to extension

The Cleveland Indians and utility man Jose Ramirez have agreed to a long term extension according to multiple reports. The deal, which will begin next season is for four years and will guarantee Ramirez $26 million dollars. It also has two club options for 2022 and 2023 which could bring the total value of the …