November is typically a quiet month for Major League Baseball, but the Cleveland Indians have made some noise in the first full month of the offseason over the years.
The first full month of what is expected to be a pivotal offseason for the Cleveland Indians is upon us. This November, the Indians will decide whether to make a push towards a championship in 2021 or begin a rebuilding process.
While November marks the start of free agency and first full month of the offseason for all 30 MLB clubs, it is usually a quiet month when it comes to movement.
November is mostly known for players to either opt-in or out of their contracts, teams’ deciding whether or not to pick up team options on players or whether or not to extend qualifying offers.
However, every now and then, big moves are made in the month of November, whether they’re trades, free agent signings, or contract extensions.
Like most of baseball, the Indians have been relatively quiet in November over the years, but since 1990, there have been some significant transactions that fans still remember today.
Here are some of the most notable November Cleveland Indians transactions since 1990 that prove this month is still an exciting one for baseball fans looking for action.