With the Cleveland Indians’ addition of Gavin Floyd to a one-year, $4 million deal with incentives on Tuesday, the Tribe’s rotation has now penned in four of their five starting slots entering the 2015 campaign.
A recent off-season injury to the left ring finger of Jason Kipnis has led the Cleveland Indians second baseman to undergo surgery to repair a damaged extensor tendon.
As the MLB Winter Meetings wind down, here are XX random thoughts on what went down in the extremely busy American League Central:
“The Pulse” With Bull & Fox Thursday 12/11: Pettine on Manziel, LeBron’s Status, MLB Winter Meetings
Bull & Fox talk about Mike Pettine’s comments on Johnny Manziel’s first practice as the starter and expected emotions this week against the Bengals, the Cavs’ matchup with the Thunder with LeBron James as a game-time decision and the latest news from the MLB Winter Meetings…
While the Cleveland Indians did not lose or gain any players in the Major League portion of the Rule 5 Draft, the team did select right-handed pitcher Delvi Francisco during the Triple-A phase on Thursday morning.
The 2014 All-Star has an impressive resume with 91 career HRs with 76 coming in the last 3 years.
One of the biggest goals for the Cleveland Indians entering the off-season: Finding more offensive thump. On Monday — the first day of baseball’s winter meetings in San Diego, California — it appears the Tribe did just that.
The Cleveland Indians are looking for ways to upgrade the American League’s seventh-best 2014 offense, and according to a report out of Oakland, the Tribe may be looking into one potential trade target.
As expected, the Cleveland Indians tendered contracts to all five of their arbitration eligible players, the club announced prior to the midnight non-tender deadline.
This Thanksgiving we are having some fun with our Sports Lists – we are giving you some reasons to be thankful for your sports teams in Cleveland.