Jose Ramirez could be available at the deadline.
Joey Gallo is a man in demand.
With almost a month of the season played, let's take an early look at the 2021 MLB trade deadline.
Ranking the best starting pitchers in the 2021 MLB season.
The Mets and Indians have agreed to a trade, sending Francisco Lindor and Carlos Carrasco to New York in exchange for four young players.
Heading into free agency, Corey Kluber has to prove he can stay healthy. The former Cy Young winner has showcases planned for January after pitching under 40 innings across the last two seasons.
The New York Yankees and Francisco Lindor are a match made in the dreams of pinstripe-donning New Yorkers. Lindor fills a need at shortstop, he's available for trade, and he's one of the premier players in MLB.
The Indians have had probably the most disappointing offseason by any team in a long time. Let’s examine a few of their needs, and potential candidates.
Kevin Pillar was non-tendered by the San Francisco Giants on Monday, becoming a free agent. The Cleveland Indians had the 18th-best outfield in MLB last season, and ranked 20th in production from centre field.
Nicholas Castellanos completed an impressive turnaround to his 2019 campaign after he was traded from the Detroit Tigers to the Chicago Cubs. Now, after being said to have improved his defensive skill set, he could be a vital part of a not so deep free agent outfield group.
Sadly, the time has come to face the ending moments of a very competitive 2019 season in Major League Baseball. But while much of the playoff picture has already been determined, a few crucial battles are yet to conclude.
The Oakland Athletics, Tampa Bay Rays and Cleveland Indians will battle it out for the last remaining playoff spots over the final week of the season. The american league wildcard race is now the final competitive contest of the regular season.
We’re getting the most competitive AL wildcard race since 2017 but what most fans are interested in remains which teams will eventually end up playing in the play-in game on October 2nd. And what better time to evaluate the teams’ chances than when September is right round the corner?
The Minnesota Twins were leading the division by 11 games as the calendar turned to June. It seemed the Cleveland Indians were being exposed for winning a weak, uncompetitive division in the past three seasons since their World Series trip.
With 50 or so regular season games to play, here are our post-trade-deadline power rankings…