Cleveland Indians Have Several Left-Handed Relief Options To Consider

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The Cleveland Indians are interested in adding a left-handed reliever and there’s no shortage of options for the club on the free agent and trade markets.

According to veteran baseball insider Ken Rosenthal, the Cleveland Indians are still looking to add a reliever this winter and are likely to be focusing on southpaws. They, of course, have Andrew Miller, one of the best left-handed relievers in the game, already in the bullpen. He was instrumental in helping get the Indians to the World Series and within an inning of winning it all.

However, it was clear in that Chicago Cubs series that the Tribe could have benefitted from a second lefty to pair with Miller. There are several options out there still for the Indians to consider through a variety of avenues.

The free agent market still has several intriguing options, including Boone Logan who was touched on recently as possibly the best option for the Indians. He’s hardly the only arm though as the Tribe could also look to the trade market for help, much like they did this past summer with Miller. Finally, the Indians could decide that the best option is one they already have and look to a couple intriguing internal options from the Columbus Clippers.

Here’s a look at several left-handed options the Cleveland Indians could look to add or try out in the bullpen this year.

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