Indians: Our top stories from the final month of the decade

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The Cleveland Indians made a few notable moves in December to close out what has been an up and down decade for the organization.

This is our final article of the decade!

It features mostly good news as we look back at a somewhat wild month of December for the Cleveland Indians. Corey Kluber was traded and the Francisco Lindor rumors began to heat up. Though the young star remains in town.

The celebrations are about to begin tonight so here is a quick look at some of our top stories from the month.

The first set are courtesy of Matt Bretz, who looked at the “studs” and “duds” of the past decade.

All-Decade Team Studs and Duds: The Infield

All-Decade Team Studs and Duds: Outfield and DH

All-Decade Team Studs and Duds: Pitchers and Bench

I definitely recommend checking out all three installments. You will be reminded of some interesting players who passed through town since 2010.

Next up is the good news about the signing of Cesar Hernandez. Money being spent to improve the team is always a good thing.

Indians sign second baseman Cesar Hernandez

And we end with a strong take on the Corey Kluber trade. The ace being sent to Texas was a bit of a shock and one of our site experts was not too happy about the move.

The Corey Kluber trade is a slap in the face

Hopefully a new month and a new year will bring some moves that further help the Indians get better in 2020. That would mean more excitement and less anger toward ownership.

To new beginnings in 2020! Be safe tonight!