The Indians will rock red jerseys next season for the first time since the 1970s.
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The Cleveland Indians have acquired right-hander Chih-Wei Hu (chee-way-hoo) in a trade with the Tampa Bay Rays for infielder Gionti Turner.
The Diamondbacks have been contenders, but they're among the clubs who might want to shake things up by shopping stars like Paul Goldschmidt.
Mookie Betts couldn't draw up a dream season much more perfect than this: a batting title, a 30/30 campaign, a World Series championship and now the American League MVP award.
The Indians and Pirates completed a five-player trade Wednesday that included Cleveland infielder Erik Gonzalez.
Want to make a hot-stove splash? Start with these bold trades and free-agent additions.
For teams looking to make a high-impact addition, a winter swap could land some MVP-caliber performers.
After the hardware is handed out this week, here's what comes next for baseball's best players.
Mookie or Trout? Verlander or Snell? DeGrom with just 10 wins?? We break down all the angles in advance of baseball's major award announcements.
With Cleveland entertaining offers for its ace, the White Sox and Twins have enough payroll flexibility to be big-time players in free agency.
The Indians are open to trade offers -- even for their ace. Adding Kluber to one of these clubs could help shift the balance of power in 2019 and beyond.
More than double the usual number of relievers will be available this offseason. But a few of them stand out.
Bryce? Manny? Both? ... Or steer clear. We examine how every team in baseball should approach a historic pair of free agents.
Shohei Ohtani is a finalist for the AL Rookie of the Year award along with two New York Yankees infielders.
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2018 MVP finalists — NL: Colorado's Nolan Arenado, Chicago's Javy Baez and Milwaukee's Christian Yelich. AL: Boston's Mookie Betts, Los Angeles' Mike Trout and Cleveland's Jose Ramirez. J.D. Martinez and Alex Bregman highlight the notable omissions in a very deep American League field.
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2018 Cy Young finalists — AL: Tampa Bay's Blake Snell along with a pair of former winners in Houston's Justin Verlander and Cleveland's Corey Kluber. And in the NL, the all-NL East trio of New York's Jacob deGrom, Washington's Max Scherzer and Philadelphia's Aaron Nola.
Before the season, we said winning the World Series isn't everything. Some teams proved that. Others, well, not so much.
The Indians will listen to trade offers for some of their veteran players this winter as they face the sort of difficult choices that small-market teams must address, according to sources.
The Indians did not tender a $17.9 million qualifying offer to outfielder Michael Brantley. After injury-plagued 2016 and 2017 seasons, Brantley hit .309 with 17 home runs in 2018.
Bryce Harper and Manny Machado clearly are at the head of the class, but there are plenty of big names available beyond the star duo.
Outfielder Leonys Martin has agreed to a $3 million, one-year contract with the Cleveland Indians months after he survived a life-threatening illness.
Will Mookie Betts win another Gold Glove? Can Andrelton Simmons add to his trophy case? We look at the finalists at every position.
The Boston Red Sox are World Series champions. Has a new baseball dynasty begun? Maybe -- but they've got competition.
The Cleveland Indians have picked up their $9.75 million contract option on starter Carlos Carrasco for next season.
After a 108-win season, the Red Sox are the World Series champions. But do they open the offseason at No. 1? Where do the runner-up Dodgers and Astros check in?