Cleveland Indians: Top stories from the month of November 2018

The Cleveland Indians didn’t play a game in November, but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t plenty to talk about when it came to rumors and reports.

November is always an odd month for Cleveland Indians fans. Especially if the team doesn’t play late into October.

The month did not bring any major moves, but did bring plenty of rumors that have Indians fans talking.

Lonnie Chisenhall is also a Pittsburgh Pirate now, so that kinda stinks.

December is nearly upon us and that means rumors begin turning into reality. But before that begins, let’s take a look back at some of our top posts from this month.

Indians avoid arbitration, find outfield stability with Martin signing

The outfield is a major topic of discussion as fans are waiting to see if any upgrades are brought in between now and Opening Day.

But the signing of Leonys Martin is one move that can provide some stability, given he is able to get back to full health in 2019.

Indians Playoff History: The Indians win a World Series

Our very own Phil Barth went through his top moments in Indians history, and the World Series title in 1948 sits atop his list.

Be sure to check out this post and all the others in Phil’s series.

Indians All-Time Team: Third baseman

Another series that began this month is one looking at the best players at every position in Indians history.

This specific post looks at third base, while others in the series look at the rest of the infield and the manager position. This, along with Phil’s history series, can be found in our All-Time Lists category.

Constructing the outfield through trades

Chris O’Reilly provided a very detailed look at how he would improve the outfield. Be sure to read his piece and offer up your thoughts on his big plans for 2019.

Rumors: More talk involving the Los Angeles Dodgers

Nothing like offseason rumors to get the blood flowing.

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The Indians have been linked to the Dodgers this offseason and while no moves have been made, it seems like December could bring us some shocking trades.