Indians Sign Former Blue Jays All-Star Reliever Steve Delabar To Minor League DealSteve Delabar was an All-Star in 2013, but he hasn't pitched much like an All-Star in the three seasons since. This spring, the 33-year-old righty will get a chance to win a job in the Indians' talented bullpen.
Indians Reach Contract Agreements With 5 More Players, Avoiding Arbitration; To Exchange Figures With Brandon GuyerMajor League Baseball's deadline for teams to exchange salary figures with arbitration-eligible players typically leads to a flurry of one-year agreements on contracts to avoid arbitration.
Indians Making Moves This Off-SeasonThe Cleveland Indians signed Trevor Bauer to a one year deal yesterday avoiding arbitration for $3.55 Million. That means that the Indians Rotation is being paid as follows:
Indians Avoid Arbitration With Trevor Bauer, Dan Otero; Reach Salary Agreements For 2017 SeasonThe Cleveland Indians avoided arbitration with pitcher Trevor Bauer, reaching an agreement on a one-year deal, the team announced on Thursday. The settlement is worth $3.55 million, Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports was first to report.
Indians' Jason Kipnis To Miss 2017 TribeFest Due To Friend's WeddingCleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis will not be at the 2017 edition of TribeFest later this month, but the two-time All-Star infielder has an excuse.
World Series Champion Cubs To Visit White House On MondayThe World Series champion Chicago Cubs have accepted President Barack Obama's invitation and will visit the White House on Monday.
Indians Release LHP Edwin Escobar To Pursue Job In JapanOnly one Edwin allowed per team. That's the rules. Well, maybe not really. But the Cleveland Indians made room for one Edwin by designating another for assignment last week. And now the pitching version is headed to Japan.
Indians Taking Wait-And-See Approach To Michael Brantley's Return Status, Remain OptimisticWhen it comes to Michael Brantley, even the Indians' front office has taken a cautious, yet optimistic outlook of his recovery. After all, they've been through this before.
Indians Ownership Takes 'Leap Of Faith,' Payroll Nearing Capacity, A Creative Addition To Edwin Encarnacion's Contract: Extra FramesIf you were one of the many people skeptical when Edwin Encarnacion began to be linked to the Cleveland Indians in the free agent market this offseason, don't feel too bad. The Tribe's front office was pretty unconvinced themselves.
Larry Doby, Jr. Shares His Experience In 20-Plus Years On The Road With Billy Joel, His Father's Legendary Baseball CareerLarry Doby, Jr. talks about his 20-plus years on the road with Billy Joel, his father's playing career as the first African-American player in the American League, the issues his father had to deal with throughout his career and the Indians' most recent success...
Terry Francona Says "Going Into The Year, We're Going To Feel Pretty Good About Ourselves; Experience Will Make Guys Hungrier"Terry Francona talks about the success of this organization over the last few years, the signing of Edwin Encarnacion and the impact he'll have on this team, the roster going into Spring Training right now, Francisco Lindor's rise in play and the outfield situation going into the 2017 season...
Indians Introduce Slugger Edwin Encarnacion After Finalizing 3-Year DealIt's official: Edwin Encarnacion will occupy the heart of the Indians' lineup for at least the next three years. The free agent slugger's three-year deal with Cleveland has been finalized, officially bringing the nearly 34-year-old right-handed hitter to the club that knocked his former team, the Toronto Blue Jays, out in the 2016 American League Championship Series.

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