With several stars set to become free agents and a championship window closing, the Cleveland Indians are likely to have a fire sale this offseason. Here are five bold ideas for them to consider.
The Cleveland Indians reached the postseason for the fourth time in the last five seasons in 2020, but like each of those trips, the season ended in disappointment.
Cleveland was swept aside in a two-game Wild Card Series by the New York Yankees extending their MLB long title drought to 72 years.
Now, the Indians face a potential fire sale and rebuild with several of their star players nearing free agency and not having the luxury of a big market to help bring those players back.
With the White Sox surging, Twins still having a window and the Royals and Tigers both on the rise, it’s likely the Indians will opt to be major sellers this coming offseason by trading away several veterans, including superstar shortstop Francisco Lindor.
What moves will the Indians make this offseason? Here are three bold ideas for Mike Chernoff and Paul Dolan to consider.