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CLEVELAND — With Thursday’s news of two Cheap Cleveland Indians Jerseys fan favorites – Francisco Lindor and Carlos Carrasco – being traded away, many fans are convinced the Dolan family should put the team on the market.

However, is it possible they’re also preparing for a move? Fans say there are signs it’s on the horizon.

“When it comes time to pay guys some big dollars, it always seems there’s no chance we’re going to be able to do it,” Jeremy Werden, a lifelong Cleveland sports fan, said. “It certainly would appear to be going down that avenue for big change, like selling the team or something like that.”

This is not the first time the team has traded away big name players, but Werden highlights some other signs that make him worry.

First, at the moment, 23 baseball players have an individual salary that is higher than the entire team’s payroll. Second, attendance at Cleveland baseball games is among the worst in the league, even when the Tribe was a World Series contender from 2016-19. Third, a team name change is in the works.

But the final clue? The Indians lease of Progressive Field expires in 2023, although there are extensions they can choose to exercise.

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Thursday must have felt like draft day all over again for Josh Wolf and Isaiah Green.

Not more than two years removed from high school, the pair of second-round picks learned that they are heading to the Indians as part of the return on a trade that sent Cheap Francisco Lindor Jersey and Cheap Carlos Carrasco Jersey to the Mets.

Wolf, a right-hander, pitched eight innings in five appearances for New York’s rookie level team in 2019. Greene played only five high school games as a senior in 2020 before COVID-19 shut things down.

Both seemed eager to embrace the Indians organization after learning about the trade. Wolf said on Instagram that he’s “ready to get to work in Cleveland and help bring a championship to the Land!”

Greene was stunned to read that he’d be wearing a different jersey after Thursday, adding “I am seriously looking forward to being part of @indians.”

Wolf and Greene join Amed Rosario and Andres Gimenez in the package coming back to Cleveland for Lindor and Carrasco. All four were drafted and developed by the Mets, but Wolf and Greene were picked under ex-GM Brodie Van Wagenen’s regime, so it’s unsurprising that current Mets president Sandy Alderson felt comfortable parting with them.

The duo was ranked ninth and 10th in MLB Pipeline’s most recent list of top Mets minor leaguers.

Wolf hails from Texas where he was drafted out of Saint Thomas HS. MLB Pipeline rates both his curveball and his fastball as plus pitches. He averaged around 94 mph in his rookie ball season. He also earned recognition for his ability to adapt and his aptitude for making adjustments.

Indians president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti said Wolf is developing a slider and has the ingredients to become a successful starter at the major league level. That could certainly take off once Wolf gets a chance to meet Cleveland’s player development staff, which has a history of accelerating a pitcher’s growth.

“We’re excited to welcome him to the organization and partner with him and our pitching group to help him develop on that path to being a really good pitcher,” Antonetti said.

Greene, a California-born outfielder, projects as a lefty-hitting centerfielder with comparisons to Michael Brantley and Garrett Anderson. MLB Pipeline scouts describe his talent as “raw” but he brings a contact-oriented approach to the plate as well as speed to run the bases. He was ranked the 49th-best prospect available in the 2020 draft. Antonetti lauded his discipline at the plate.

“He controls the strike zone really well and good contact ability,” Antonetti said. “Great ingredients to work with to develop into a productive player on both sides of the ball.”

With a degree of uncertainty facing minor leaguers as spring training approaches, Antonetti said it has not yet been determined where the duo will begin their Indians careers.

“It’s probably too early to say,” Antonetti pointed out. “With all that’s happened in the minor leagues right now and we’re scratching our heads as to where we start some of our own guys. The first thing we want to do is get to know Josh and Isaiah a little bit, have an opportunity to see them at some point when we start in spring training and then figure out where the best place for them to begin their career with us.”

“With the stadium lease coming up in 2023, those all seem to be pointed towards one direction which would may be selling the team,” Werden said.

We all remember when the Browns left town after the 1995 season – Art Modell taking them to Baltimore and ripping out the hearts of fans in the process. It was that decision that lead to state legislators, lead by former Cleveland mayor and then-State Sen. Dennis Kucinich, to enact a new law that would attempt to protect cities from sports teams that might leave them high and dry.

“I was absolutely determined to find a way to protect Cleveland and other cities in Ohio from ever being in a position where we were at the mercy of a professional sports team just picking up and going,” Kucinich said of his efforts.

The Modell Law, as it’s called, is designed to give cities some protection by requiring teams to give cities a heads up before they go and an option to keep the team in town.

“If a team is in a tax-supported facility or given any kind of tax support whatsoever, they can’t move that team,” Kucinich explained. “They have to give the city the ability to purchase the team, either directly or through a group of investors.”

It’s a unique law that you won’t find in many places. In fact, no law of its kind has ever been put to the test in court – although it was the basis for a lawsuit filed by then-Attorney General Mike DeWine against owners of the Columbus Crew when they wanted to move the MLS team to Texas back in 2018.

That issue was resolved without court involvement after Browns owners Jimmy and Dee Haslam purchased the franchise along with some investors from Columbus. The Crew rewarded their efforts last year by winning the MLS Cup, and a new stadium is also in the works.

According to Forbes, the Indians are worth $1.15 billion as of April 2020. That’s nearly four times the $323 million the Dolans paid back in 2000 when they purchased the team from Richard Jacobs.

To be clear: While the Dolans aren’t dishing out money by any means, they’re not publicly expressing a will to get rid of the team either – no matter what fans desire. The family also has deep roots in the city as fifth-generation Clevelanders, making any desire to move the club out of town unlikely.

Last month, when announcing the team name would change, Paul Dolan talked about the ballclub’s legacy:

“While I have often associated these unforgettable memories with the name Indians, I sincerely believe Cleveland is the most important part of our team name.”

Hopefully, those words are a sign ownership is committed to The Land for the long-term. Then again, we thought the same of the Browns before they skipped town in the ’90s.

Only time will tell.

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With under a month-and-a-half to go before MLB has scheduled pitchers and catchers to report to spring training – the date of course could change but the line from clubs and the league is they are planning for an on-time start – it is a good time to check in on where the Mariners stand in terms their 2021 roster.

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While the Mariners have not been involved in the few bigger deals made this winter, Jerry Dipoto has added both starting and relief pitching, his stated goal at the beginning of the offseason. On the Hot Stove Show this week, he indicated that we could see more additions.

“We’re still active,” he said. “We are checking in with agents, we are checking in with other teams, as possibilities present themselves we do intend to add.”

Dipoto listed another arm for the pen as the top priority while saying they were also open to adding another starter. A bat is on the list as well.

“We are even open to the idea if the right bat, part left-handed bat, fell to us,” he said. “Obviously we would need that bat to be versatile. Could be a little bit of infield, could be some left field, just find that left-handed bat, that’s what we would be shopping for.”

Dipoto’s comments would indicate that he and the Mariners are taking the approach to the offseason that the majority of baseball has taken this winter. Following the pandemic-shortened season, pocketbooks for the large part have not been opened and there has been a “wait and see what happens” approach to the market in general. Logic would dictate that has to change as teams will have to fill their rosters. The market will dictate the Mariners’ moves, but the market must first get going.

“Once you see some of what I would call the mid-range free agents, (cites Tigers signing Robbie Grossman as a positive sign) now you have the ability, some water will start to flow,” Dipoto said. “The top of the market really doesn’t break it up. The guys in the middle of the market that appeal to 30 clubs, they drive the market. I do think that we will be some form of player on the market this next month or so but when it happens, I wish I could give you that timing, I just know that when it happens, we’ll be there.”

Until then, a quick look with some notes on what we could see Opening Day 2021.

At this point, it is expected the special agreement rules for 2020 will not be in effect in 2021. This should be the first season of the 26-man roster. With the addition of the extra player came the stipulation that the pitching staff could contain no more than 13 pitchers, which ensures a four-man bench.

With the Mariners going with a six-man rotation this season, that will limit them to a seven-man bullpen if the rule stands. This will be different for the Mariners, who have run mostly with an eight-man pen in recent years. Part of the idea of going with the six-man rotation is that with the extra rest, the pitchers will have the ability to go deeper in games. Still, managing a staff with one fewer reliever could have its challenges.

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If another starter is brought in, then I would expect a position battle in spring training. There is some thought that Dunn could benefit from more time in the minor leagues. Regardless, if everyone stays healthy, a spot will be on the line at some point, perhaps even early on, with Logan Gilbert likely to make his debut.

Someone who should not be battling for a spot, at least early on, is Chris Flexen, who pitched in the KBO in 2020 and was signed Dec. 18.

“Maybe the most enjoyable things we did the offseason was going and looking under the rocks for guys we really thought had a chance to be part of the long-term with us,” said Dipoto. “You don’t get a lot of opportunity to go out and access 26-year-old free agents with the ability to start who have four pitches.”

Dipoto indicated that Flexen, who at the age of 22 debuted for the Mets in 2017, jumping from Double-A to the big leagues as an injury fill-in, may have suffered from the ups and downs between the big leagues and the minors that followed.

“He never quite got the runway to do what he needed to do. It was up and down, it was start and bullpen. And ultimately they ran him out of options at 25 and sold his contract rights to the Korean Baseball Organization. He went over and roughly did everything you can do to show forward movement.”

According to Dipoto, Flexen saw a slight increase in velocity in the KBO with his fastball sitting 92-93 while touching 95, 96 mph. His 82 mph slider turned into more of a 87-89 mph cutter that missed bats and created poor contact. His high-spin/low-velo (high 60s) curveball maintained spin as he took it to the low 70s and “really developed some teeth.”

“Flex fits perfectly well in what we are doing, we think there is still upside in it,” said Dipoto. “We think he grew in Korea.”

Regardless of stuff, a huge value Flexen should provide will be in the innings department. Cheap Marco Gonzales Jersey led the Mariners with 69.2 innings thrown in 2020 with no starter in baseball throwing more than 84 innings. Protecting starters while building them back up will be a focus across baseball, the Mariners should be in position to do so with both the addition of Flexen and the utilization of the 6-man rotation.

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The situation for the bullpen could get interesting if the 13-man pitching staff rule is in effect. While in the past I would assume that baring a disaster, the Rule 5 pick would be a lock for the staff, now I’m not so sure.

Ramirez, who can now be optioned to the minors, most likely is not inked into the mix as of yet either. Like the rotation, a big arm is expected to be added in season with Andres Muñoz who was acquired from the Padres in the Austin Nola trade, could return from Tommy John surgery as early as June.

“Our approach on trade, we were looking for what was the addition in this trade that gave it the opportunity to be a grand slam, Andres was the name we came up with, that if we were willing to gamble that players do come back from Tommy John,” said Dipoto noting that Muñoz topped out at 104 mph pre-surgery. “A 21 year old who throws the ball 100, with a wicked slider already with big league time, he’s made his progression, that’s what you are looking for. If we are able to tap into the upside he possesses and keep him in a healthy happy space, then we may have found an anchorman for our bullpen for years to come.”

Another addition that Dipoto is enthused about is Montero, who, if the season were to start today, would most likely fill the closer role.

“Over the last two years we feel like one of the real hidden upside guys in this league,” he said of the former Rangers closer.

Montero is a bit of a late bloomer, which Dipoto attributed to time missed due to Tommy John surgery and transitioning from starter to reliever, a role he ultimately found success in.

“The stuff was really off the charts,” said Dipoto. “97 with above average life, can really sink the ball. Outstanding secondary stuff including the changeup which you don’t see a lot from relievers. Throws strikes, misses bats and has been resilient in the pen.”

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“Dylan deserves the right to play every day,” said Dipoto. “Second base is the spot that we have that jumps out and is the best fit for him. He’s a good defender wherever he plays. His versatility is a strength.”

The versatility is what prompted Dipoto to bring Moore into the organization, signing him to a Major League contract before he had played a day in the bigs. What he did in 2020 with the bat is what has earned him a starting role.

“Last year he came in and he had more confidence, and he was sizzling the ball,” said Dipoto noting a slight swing change that helped keep the bat in the zone longer and led to better contact.

“Dylan makes contact whether it be 2019 when he hit 200 or last year when he was one of our best offensive players, he hits the ball hard. The worst case scenario for us is we have one of the best and most versatile utility men in the league. The upside is we have a regular player who can settle in at second and be a constant force for us who we think can hit near the top of the lineup.”

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Heading into the 2021 season, left field is open for a placeholder only. At some point, Jarred Kelenic will join the team and take over a full-time spot in the outfield. Until then, any number of players already in house could fill the role or Dipoto, as mentioned above, could find a left-handed outfield/corner infield-type player who could step in.

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The Mariners will look to get France everyday at bats with some coming at second and third base but the bulk coming from the DH position. The Mariners think that France’s best position is third base, although there is work to be done on defense with Perry Hill. The plan?

“We will give him everyday reps and keep him sharp enough defensively and working with Perry, working with Manny Acta, to develop his defensive skillset so when the time comes to play defense full time, he’s prepared to do it,” Dipoto said.

France has been a bat that Dipoto has been after for some time. Apparently he wasn’t the only one. On the Hot Stove Show, Dipoto revealed that in the short time between acquiring him from the Padres and the trade deadline later that day, he fielded four calls from contending teams that wanted the Mariners to spin him to them.

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Chances are, the bullpen for the 2021 Oakland A’s will look a lot different than the 2020 relief corps. Four members of the bullpen, including closer Liam Hendriks, are free agents. While the A’s may be able to retain one or two of those arms, they are going to need to find a new closer while working out a bridge to the ninth inning.

As it currently stands, Jake Diekman is expected to be the A’s closer in the coming year. Although that is a bit of a gamble due to his walk rate, his dominant 2020 puts him atop that list. But the question remains – who will get the ball to Diekman?

The key to that bridge may be Cheap Lou Trivino Jersey. A potential option at closer should Diekman not work out, Trivino had a strong 2020 campaign in his own right. He posted a 3.86 ERA and a 1.114 WHiP in his 23.1 innings, striking out 26 batters with ten walks.

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That performance was in stark contrast to his 2019 campaign. Trivino struggled in his second season in the majors, posting a 5.25 ERA and a 1.533 WHiP in 60 innings. Although he still struck out nearly a batter per inning with his 57 strikeouts, he issued 31 walks and allowed 61 hits. His command made him a gamble for the A’s whenever he was called upon.

At this point, Trivino has had two solid seasons and that one difficult campaign in 2019. Considering the unique nature of the 2020 season, it is difficult to regard that as part of an answer as to whether or not he can be part of the A’s bullpen solution.

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Lou Trivino is going to be a key part of the Oakland A’s bullpen in 2021. However, there is no guarantee that he will be the pitcher the A’s need him to be.

The MLB offseason has been slow so far, especially among the biggest names on the free agent market. The largest contract so far is a 4yr/$40m deal between the Mets and catcher James McCann, the 16th-best available name. Nobody else has scored more than two years or $20 million, but surely we’ll see some major money spent at some point this winter.

That money won’t come from the Oakland A’s, though, from the sound of it. They have a core of young stars and a real chance to compete in 2021, but they’ll have to be active on the scrap heap in order to reinforce a roster that’s been shredded by free agency. And in that regard, there’s no time to waste, because the best bargains are quickly drying up.

A couple weeks ago, I offered a list of a half-dozen relief pitchers who were non-tendered by their 2020 teams, and looked like promising gambles for 2021 who could be had for barely more than league minimum salary. All six were righties, and there was a lefty honorable mention at the end (Claudio). Let’s see how that list is faring so far:

Matt Andriese
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That’s three outta seven off the board already, and it’s only been 16 days since I published that article. Worse, two of them went to AL West division rivals, and the other to the Giants. Middleton was the second-most popular name on the list, in our community poll of nearly 500 votes. (Cole was the favorite, at 35% of the vote.)

Of course, there are many other names available beyond these seven, so perhaps there are different cheap targets you prefer. But there’s no question that the A’s need to add somebody, because there are at least four or five open spots in their bullpen right now even after adding a Rule 5 pick — everyone else except Cheap Jake Diekman Jersey and Cheap J.B. Wendelken Jersey can be stashed in Triple-A to begin the season if needed. The only thing you can ever know for sure about your Opening Day bullpen is that it won’t be enough, and you’ll need as much help as possible for whatever unforeseen things go wrong, so it’s critical they beef up their depth chart this offseason.

There are great deals to be had on enticing, high-ceiling bullpen sleepers right now. If you want to build a contender on a budget, including finding an entirely new late-inning setup crew, then missing out on the rest of these cheap opportunities could be a costly mistake. So far they’re disappearing at a rate of roughly one every five days, so, don’t blink.