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Why would a team considered the prohibitive favorite in its division want to deal one of its top-flight starters? The Indians' strategy is about winning now -- and in the future.
The three-way deal with the Mariners and Rays reunited Carlos Santana and the Tribe, but will Edwin Encarnacion stay in Seattle?
The Indians have reacquired slugger Carlos Santana in a three-team deal with the Mariners and Rays that sends Edwin Encarnacion to Seattle and Yandy Diaz to Tampa Bay.
Marly Rivera ESPN Writer
Here's what Carlos Santana just told me about possibly returning to Cleveland: "I'm so happy to maybe have the opportunity to go back home, back to my team, being back with the Indians staff, and especially being back with the fans in Cleveland."
Dan Mullen ESPN.com
As they dismantle the stage in the media workroom, the biggest trade of these winter meetings has become official with Carlos Santana headed back to the Indians, Edwin Encarnacion going to the Mariners and Yandy Diaz to the Rays headlining the three-team deal.
Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer
I'm scratching my head over the Rays' portion of this three-team deal. Yandy Diaz makes far more contact than Jake Bauers, and I suppose he's a Rays launch-angle project for 2019? I'd have rather kept Bauers, who looks a lot closer to developing into a 25-homer player.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
Terry Francona is confident that Andrew Miller will bounce back from an injury-plagued 2018, even if it won't be in Cleveland: "I hope he goes to the National League."
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
Terry Francona on some of the rumors surrounding the Indians, especially Corey Kluber: "I would so far 99.9 percent of them are not correct."
Who's ready to bet big on Bryce Harper or Manny Machado? Which teams are looking to wheel and deal? We tell you what might go down in the desert.
With every team looking to make moves in Las Vegas, here's a forecast of big trades and signings for each.
The Indians head to the winter meetings ready to shop a starting pitcher, but one veteran found a way to take himself off the block.
Veteran Mike Napoli announced Saturday that he is retiring from baseball, ending a 13-year career highlighted by three trips to the World Series.
With the Senate joining the House in passing legislation, Larry Doby, the AL's first black player, just needs President Donald Trump's signature to be awarded the Congressional Gold Medal posthumously.
A swap of 2016 World Series stars? Madison Bumgarner in Dodger blue? We play Let's Make A Deal, Las Vegas-style with moves we'd make if we were calling the shots at the winter meetings.
While some clubs will spend big money in Vegas, others are watching for when they can sign key players without busting their budgets.
Carlos Carrasco, who went 17-10 with a 3.38 ERA and 231 strikeouts in 2018, will stay with the Indians through 2022 after the team exercised its option and signed him to an extension.
Between free agents and potential trades, the premium pitchers teams might pursue this offseason offer big benefits -- and a few risks.
The former All-Star catcher could be worth as much as four wins for the Nats. But what about the return for the Indians?
The Nationals were in need of a new catcher, and now they have two after acquiring All-Star Yan Gomes in a trade with the Indians. The Nats also signed Kurt Suzuki last week.
While this winter's crop searches for new homes, we look ahead to the big decisions that loom for some of the game's top stars -- Nolan Arenado, Chris Sale, Paul Goldschmidt and Gerrit Cole among them.
Free agent Lonnie Chisenhall joined the Pirates on a one-year contract Tuesday, providing the team with insurance while Gregory Polanco rehabs from a shoulder injury.
The Atlanta Braves and free-agent third baseman Josh Donaldson have agreed on a one-year, $23 million contract.
Your favorite team probably isn't going to get Bryce Harper or Manny Machado. But another move -- maybe for a top pitcher -- could make all the difference this winter.
Indians outfielder Leonys Martin, sidelined since Aug. 8 because of a life-threatening bacterial infection, was given full clearance to resume baseball activity, the team announced Tuesday.