From teams dumping their best player to failing to address their biggest needs, we look at the winter's worst swings and misses.
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The Indians will be without starter Mike Clevinger for six to eight weeks after the right-hander underwent knee surgery Friday.
Imagine a baseball world with no trades, no free agents and no switching teams after a player is drafted or signed. What would your team look like?
As players start reporting to spring training this week, the fans of every team have something or somebody to focus on.
Adding four teams? Picking opponents? Our experts weigh in on possible changes to the postseason, and they suggest a few fixes.
Is Vegas selling the Diamondbacks short? How about the Twins and Indians? Buster Olney rolls the dice and makes some picks.
Francisco Lindor said Saturday he would love to stay in Cleveland, calling it "a home," but the 26-year-old also said the Indians have not made him the "right thing" to persuade him to sign a long-term contract.
Baseball is a numbers game. So we dig into the stats from 2019 that will make (or break) each AL team's upcoming season.
Which teams have the mightiest batting orders? Our answers will surprise you as we rank them all, 1 through 30.
If any of the superstars appearing in trade rumors move, here's how they would measure up among baseball's all-time biggest offseason deals.
The Red Sox, Cubs, Indians and Rockies face tough decisions in weighing offers for their stars.
Check out updates for teams in Florida and Arizona for spring training, including the defending champion Nationals.
Francisco Lindor, whom the Indians expect to be their starting shortstop on Opening Day, agreed to a $17.5 million contract -- the second-largest one-year deal for a player in his second season of arbitration eligibility.
Friday was the deadline for teams and arbitration-eligible players to agree on salaries or exchange desired numbers for 2020. Recapping a hectic day of contract decisions.
With the big wave of winter moves settling down, we stack up the rosters as spring training approaches.
The Detroit Tigers acquired catcher Eric Haase from the Cleveland Indians for cash on Wednesday and designated right-hander Dario Agrazal for assignment.
Speaking on an offseason conference call, Indians president Chris Antonetti expressed optimism that All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor could be in Cleveland's lineup to start the season after the Indians assessed a lukewarm trade market.
From superstars to fading prospects, here's who could be on the move this year.
Second baseman Cesar Hernandez and the Cleveland Indians finalized a $6.25 million, one-year contract Sunday. The sides agreed to terms early last week, pending a physical.
We put together a roster of baseball's elite from the past ten seasons -- and pitted it against the best from previous eras.
Second baseman Cesar Hernandez and the Indians have agreed to a one-year, $6.25 million contract, sources familiar with the agreement told ESPN's Jeff Passan.
With numerous moves involving big-name starters already this offseason, we rank all 30 rotations as things stand right now.
Beltre and Scherzer? Yeah, those worked out. Pujols and Chris Davis? Yikes. These are the moves that made or broke your team.
With Troy's Rangers finally making moves, Buster and Dave Schoenfield analyze the Corey Kluber trade and its impact on the AL West (32:29). But before that, Tim Kurkjian discusses Madison Bumgarner's deal with the Diamondbacks, the league's decision to alter drug testing and Anthony Rendon's comments about the Dodgers. Plus, Sarah Langs on remaining free agents and why her mom is angry (32:29).