The Indians are prepared to listen to offers for veterans like two-time Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber and right-hander Carlos Carrasco, according to ESPN. Cleveland is coming off of its third straight American League Central title, but the Indians have been eliminated in the first round of the playoffs
The MLB offseason is officially underway and teams are already thinking of ways to prepare their roster for next season.
In a surprising turn of events, the White Sox might not have to look far to locate some available, controllable starting pitchers, with Buster Olney reporting that the division-rival Indians will be listening to trade offers for the likes of Corey Kluber and Carlos Carrasco.
Smart move? Super hard to say, actually.
Martin missed most of the second half of 2018 with a serious illness
The Indians have some tough decisions to make this offseason. The one on Carlos Carrasco was simple. Cleveland picked up its $9.75 million contract option for next season on the right-hander, who has developed into one of the AL’s most consistent and dominating pitchers over the past few years.