Questions Still Remain for 2014 Indians

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Sep 28, 2013; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis (22) hits a single in the fifth inning against the Minnesota Twins at Target Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports The Cleveland Indians won 5-1.

9. Can Jason Kipnis continue to get better?

Absolutely. Jason Kipnis seems to have limitless potential. After making his first all-star team in 2013, Kipnis has arrived as the Indians best all around player. This is the year where he could make the leap from one of the best players on the Indians roster to one of the best players in all of baseball. Everyone complains that the Indians fail to sign super-star talent, but with Jason Kipnis they might have the home-grown version.

10. Are the Indians planning on making a big move before the start of spring training?

Probably not. The Indians haven’t been rumored in any potential big trades and they have been next to non-existent in the free agent market. That means we shouldn’t expect the Indians to do something crazy like trade for David Price. The Indians will continue to make small moves and hope to get the most bang for their buck. It’s not an exciting approach and not one that will put more butts in the seats. Only winning will do that. But, it does mean that the Indians aren’t going to get themselves into a jam with bad, long-term contracts.