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2013 MLB Winter Meetings : Could The Indians Make a Bold Move and Trade For David Price?

[caption id="attachment_19361" align="alignnone" width="400"] Tampa Bay Rays Starting Pitcher David Price could be dealt to the Cleveland Indians. (October 4, 2013 - Source: Jared Wickerham/Getty Images North America)[/caption]   Tampa Bay Rays Starting Pitcher David Price will be on the move.  There are several possible destinations for Price but a trade is looming at the Winter Meetings which start tonight at 9 P.M. Eastern Time. The Cleveland Indians are definitely
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2014 MLB Free Agency : Could Giants P Tim Lincecum Be A Fit In Cleveland?

The Cleveland Indians shocked everyone last offseason with the acquisitions of Nick Swisher and Michael Bourn. This is what a $250 million TV deal will do for you. The Indians have leftover money from the megadeal and the trade of Shin Soo-Choo freed the Indians up to have a better chance to sign Swisher. Does that mean a deal with Tim Lincecum is imminent? After a creative offseason, 92 win regular
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Cleveland Indians : With A Big Four-Game Series, Can The Tribe Tame The Tigers?

CLEVELAND  -- Three games behind the defending American League champion (64-45)Detroit Tigers, can the (62-49)Cleveland Indians tame their nemesis’ from the Motor City? 3-9 against the Tigers, the Indians find themselves three games behind Detroit and winners of nine of their last ten games, including taking two out of three on the road against the NL East last-place Miami Marlins on the road. Thanks to the efforts of Michael Bourn, All-Star
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MLB 2013: Terry Francona Returns To Boston For The First Time

Terry Francona returned to Fenway Park as a visitor for the first time on Thursday, receiving a standing ovation. It was a great gesture by the Boston Red Sox fans as they made their former manager emotional. Making the visit even more special was that the Cleveland Indians rolled past the Red Sox 12-3. "I tried to keep my emotions inside," said Francona, who led Boston to two World Series championships in eight years and a record of 744-552 in that span