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Kipnis Trade Unlikely Until Indians Find Their First BasemanThe Winter Meetings ended with so much as a whimper from the Cleveland Indians, about as expected. The non-tender deadline is in the rearview as well, and free agency is fully underway, though a slow market.
Indians Select One, Lose Three In Rule 5 DraftThe Cleveland Indians were not terribly active in Thursday's Rule 5 Draft, selecting a minor league player,  but losing three players from their system.
Zack Meisel: The Odds Are Greater Than 50% That Both Carlos Santana And Jay Bruce Are Gone From ClevelandZack Meisel of The Athletic joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima, live from the  to talk about the latest with the Cleveland Indians.
Replacing The Indians' Lost Relief InningsSo far this off-season, the Cleveland Indians have lost 128 1/3 innings in relief pitching, with Joe Smith’s additional 18 1/3 seeming likely to head to Houston.
Indians Deal RHP Shawn Armstrong To MarinersSince his major league debut in 2015, Armstrong appeared in 39 contests, posting a 1-0 record and 3.53 ERA. He allowed 17 runs all earned on 37 hits over 43 1/3 innings, while walking 17 and striking out 38.
Terry Pluto: Despite Early Moves In The AL, The Indians Are Still The Best Team In The CentralTerry Pluto, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, talks Indians & Browns with Ken Carman and Anthony Lima.
Reports: Bryan Shaw Agrees To Deal With RockiesShaw had his best season with the Indians in 2017 by FIP (2.96) and WAR (1.6).
Paul Hoynes Discusses If There's a Chance Carlos Santana Returns To The IndiansPaul Hoynes of Cleveland.com discusses the Indians trying to bring back Carlos Santana, and the priority of needs for the team.
Indians Should Look To Marlins For Potential Free-Agent ReplacementsThe Miami Marlins will not be contending any time soon following the lopsided, cost-cutting trade of Giancarlo Stanton. The Cleveland Indians will be contending for the foreseeable future.
Mutual Interest The Powerful Force In Indians, Santana TalksAlbert Einstein once referred to compound interest as the most powerful force in the universe, but what about mutual interest?
Indians To Expand Safety Netting For 2018The Cleveland Indians announced that they will expand the safety netting behind home plate at Progressive Field starting next season.
Indians Ink Otero To Two-Year DealOtero has allowed 31 earned runs over 130 2/3 innings (2.14 ERA) in two years for the Indians.

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