Indians: Our top analysis and stories from November 2019

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November was a slow month for the Cleveland Indians. Things should begin to heat up after a month filled with fun analysis and a few notable stories.

The Cleveland Indians had a quiet month of November.

Though the silence this time around is a bit ominous when remembering the whole Francisco Lindor situation that will hang over the franchise until a move is ultimately made.

We saw some players win awards and that was honestly the highlight of November. Fans want World Series titles but we will take small consolation prizes honoring players who deserve recognition.

Before December arrives, (can you believe it?), here are some of the top stories from the month.

Decade in Review: 2010 and the start of the Manny Acta era

The decade is officially over in one month. While the second half of it was wild for fans, the first half got off to a slow start.

Remember the Manny Acta era? You may not want to, but give it a read for old times’ sake.

Revisiting the two bizarre June days in Baltimore

The Indians had another odd season in 2019. Two days in Baltimore stand out as perhaps the most absurd two days of the entire decade.

3 familiar free agents who can help the team in 2020

One of these players is already off the market. Hopefully that signals a faster offseason compared to what we saw last year. Waiting all offseason to make moves bores the fans and just frustrates everyone.

Next. Jonathan Villar is a name to keep an eye on. dark

Mike Moustakas needs to be the Cleveland Indians’ top free agent target

The Indians absolutely need to make some improvements this offseason. Bringing in some experience would only help the team. Time to spend some money to win for once.