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Plain Dealer Jan 18, 2017
Cleveland Indians sign outfielder Brandon Guyer to two-year contract extension

Cleveland Indians sign outfielder Brandon Guyer to two-year contract extension

The last of the Indians' eight arbitration-eligible players has signed, and this one will be sticking around for a while. In 2016, Guyer batted .336 with a 1.021 OPS against left-handed pitching.
Plain Dealer Jan 18, 2017
Cleveland Indians' 2017 payroll becoming clearer after signing of Edwin Encarnacion, arbitration-eligible players

Cleveland Indians' 2017 payroll becoming clearer after signing of Edwin Encarnacion, arbitration-eligible players

The Indians' payroll will be higher in 2017, but by how much? Did Paul Dolan step into one of those cash tornado phone booth things? Or did he reach into his pocket and pull out a few quarters, a buffalo nickel, a Canadian coin and a ball of lint?
Plain Dealer Jan 18, 2017
Cleveland Indians season prep - smiles, healthy Michael Brantley, Paul Hoynes bobblehead: Bud vs. Doug

Cleveland Indians season prep - smiles, healthy Michael Brantley, Paul Hoynes bobblehead: Bud vs. Doug

In Prepare for List Off, Bud and Doug offer advice to the American League champs with spring training fewer than four weeks away.
Plain Dealer Jan 17, 2017
Does former Indians slugger Manny Ramirez belong in Cooperstown? -- Bud vs. Doug

Does former Indians slugger Manny Ramirez belong in Cooperstown? -- Bud vs. Doug

Cleveland.com sports columnists Bud Shaw and Doug Lesmerises tackle the topic of Manny Ramirez' Hall of Fame credentials as part of their video debate series Prepare for List Off.
Plain Dealer Jan 17, 2017
Familiar faces throughout: Cleveland Indians reveal organizational staff for 2017 season

Familiar faces throughout: Cleveland Indians reveal organizational staff for 2017 season

There will be plenty of familiar faces returning to their roles throughout the Indians' organization in 2017.
Plain Dealer Jan 17, 2017
Indians Tribe Fest not the only fan fest scheduled; Akron, Lake County set Hot Stove events (photos)

Indians Tribe Fest not the only fan fest scheduled; Akron, Lake County set Hot Stove events (photos)

The Akron RubberDucks and the Lake County Captains have scheduled their Hot Stove events, off-season dinners and meet-and-greets with former Cleveland Indians.
News-Herald Jan 17, 2017
Larry Day to manage Lake County Captains in 2017

Larry Day to manage Lake County Captains in 2017

Larry Day will be in familiar surroundings this season at Classic Park in Eastlake.Day will be officially announced as manager of the Single-A Lake County Captains on Jan. 17 as the Indians unveil their roster of minor-league managers.The 31-year-old Massachusetts native and former University of Connecticut standout began his professional coaching career in 2015 as hitting coach of the Captains.
Plain Dealer Jan 15, 2017
Ryan Merritt sends thank-you notes to Cleveland Indians fans who cleaned out his wedding registry

Ryan Merritt sends thank-you notes to Cleveland Indians fans who cleaned out his wedding registry

The outpouring of support for his postseason feat did not go unnoticed. Neither did the blenders, the hand towels or the cutlery.
Plain Dealer Jan 14, 2017
Cleveland Indians have Terry Talkin' Trevor Bauer, Yandy Diaz, starters -- Terry Pluto

Cleveland Indians have Terry Talkin' Trevor Bauer, Yandy Diaz, starters -- Terry Pluto

Cleveland Indians starter Trevor Bauer will soon turn 26. It's important to remember how other Tribe starters needed time to mature.
News-Herald Jan 13, 2017
Cleveland Indians, closer Cody Allen, plus five others, avoid arbitration

Cleveland Indians, closer Cody Allen, plus five others, avoid arbitration

Arbitration can become contentious for a baseball team and the player seeking it because by definition somebody has to lose.The Indians and key members of their bullpen don't have to worry about that this year.Closer Cody Allen, set-up man Bryan Shaw, plus Zach McAllister and Dan Otero all reached one-year deals without going to the arbitrator, the Indians announced on Jan.

Indians reach deals with five additional arbitration-eligible players

The Indians’ work with their arbitration-eligible players is nearly complete. On Friday, the club reached agreements on contracts for the 2017 season with five players, leaving only one without a deal. Four pitchers reached deals for 2017 on Friday, including Danny Salazar ($3.4 million), Cody Allen ($7.35 million), Bryan Shaw ($4.6 million) and Zach McAllister ($1.825). Those salary figures were first reported by Jon Heyman of Today’s Knuckleball and FanRag Sports. Per MLB.com, Lonnie Chisenhall also came to an agreement at $4.3 million. Those five join Trevor Bauer ($3.55 million)...
Plain Dealer Jan 13, 2017
Cleveland Indians sign 7 of 8 arbitration-eligible players; Brandon Guyer still unsigned

Cleveland Indians sign 7 of 8 arbitration-eligible players; Brandon Guyer still unsigned

The Indians have signed all but one of their arbitration-eligible players to a contract for the 2017 season. Brandon Guyer is the lone wolf remaining in the arbitration forest.
News-Herald Jan 13, 2017
Indians, McAllister agree to $1.8 million contract for 2017

Indians, McAllister agree to $1.8 million contract for 2017

CLEVELAND >> Reliever Zach McAllister avoided salary arbitration by agreeing with the Cleveland Indians on a $1,825,000 contract for next season.The right-hander went 3-2 with a 3.44 ERA in 53 games last season for the AL champions, earning $1.3 million. McAllister has been a starter and reliever during his six seasons with Cleveland, which acquired him from the New York Yankees in 2010.
Plain Dealer Jan 13, 2017
Cleveland Indians attempting to settle on contract terms with all arbitration-eligible players; Cody Allen, Zach McAllister signed

Cleveland Indians attempting to settle on contract terms with all arbitration-eligible players; Cody Allen, Zach McAllister signed

The Indians squared away deals for Trevor Bauer and Dan Otero on Thursday night. They locked up Zach McAllister and Cody Allen on Friday morning.
Columbus Dispatch Jan 13, 2017

MLB | Indians, Zach McAllister agree to $1.8 million contract for 2017

CLEVELAND (AP) — Reliever Zach McAllister avoided salary arbitration by agreeing with the Cleveland Indians on a $1,825,000 contract for next season.

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    Trevor Bauer

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