Cubs Get Davis, Yankees Get Chapman, Nats Trade 3 Young ArmsThe Cubs got All-Star reliever Wade Davis. He'll take the spot of closer Aroldis Chapman, who's returning to the Yankees.
Indians Gain Another Left-Handed Bullpen Option, Lose Minor League Depth In MLB Rule 5 DraftThe Cleveland Indians gave themselves another potential left-handed relief option for next season, drafting 25-year-old southpaw Hoby Milner from the Philadelphia Phillies organization in Thursday's Rule 5 Draft.
TJ Zuppe Fuels Any Hot Stove Rumors You May Want To Hear From Winter MeetingsTJ Zuppe joins Ken Carman and Anthony Lima from Major League Baseball's Winter Meetings.
Indians Not Surprised By Hitters' Limited Free Agent Market It's pretty clear that Edwin Encarnacion did not expect the MLB free agent market to play out quite like this. That became evident when he he reportedly turned down a four-year, $80 million offer from the Toronto Blue Jays.
PODCAST: T.J. Zuppe and Jordan Bastian Discuss The Indians' Offseason Plan, Free Agency, The Changing AL Central Landscape From The MLB Winter MeetingsThe Cleveland Indians entered Day 3 of the MLB Winter Meetings with the same goal they've had throughout the offseason -- acquire a middle-of-the-order hitter capable of playing corner outfield or first base. While no moves have been officially made, the Tribe has been linked from every slugging type hitter over the past few days, from Mike Napoli to Edwin Encarnacion and everyone in between.
Do The Indians Need To Make A Move To Keep The Window Open?Ken Carman and Anthony Lima discuss the Indians' window and if they need to make a move to keep it open. Plus, how threatened should Indians fans feel about the moves the Red Sox have made?
Winter Meetings Day 2: Indians Patiently Set Their Free Agent Comfort Zone | Extra FramesDay 2 of the MLB Winter Meetings wrapped up without any major moves being made by the Cleveland Indians -- most of the headlines were dominated by the Boston Red Sox's acquisition of Chris Sale from the Chicago White Sox. Here are the big takeaways from Tuesday:
MLB Network's Dan O'Dowd Says "Where There's Smoke, I Think There's Fire; Cleveland's A Great Fit" For EncarnacionDan O'Dowd talks about the latest from the Winter Meetings, the Indians' reported interest in Edwin Encarnacion and whether he thinks it could happen, Mike Napoli still being an option at first base and Chris Sale's trade to the Red Sox...
Paul Hoynes Says "There Is Some Traction" To Indians' Talks With Encarnacion, Still Open To Napoli's ReturnPaul Hoynes talks about the Indians' offseason approach, whether Edwin Encarnacion is a legitimate possibility in free agency, talks with Mike Napoli, the plan in the outfield for next season and the impact of the Red Sox's trade for Chris Sale...
TJ Zuppe Heats Up Indians' Hot Stove TalksOur own TJ Zuppe joins Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to discuss the Indians potential off-season moves at MLB Winter Meetings.
Ken And Anthony React To Indians Offseason RumorsKen Carman and Anthony Lima discuss whether the Indians need to make moves during this offseason's Winter Meetings. Plus which free agent could be headed to the Tribe?
MLB Winter Meetings Notes: Indians' Miller, Lindor On Initial WBC Rosters, Brantley To Begin Hitting Progression In Late DecemberDespite logging an incredibly taxing workload this past year, dominant Indians lefty Andrew Miller is considering pitching for Team USA in the upcoming World Baseball Classic. The 31-year-old southpaw is on the initial list for the WBC, but rosters will not be finalized until February.