Happy Thanksgiving for those in the United States. Happy Thursday to everyone else. Because every Thanksgiving requires a hot stove, today we have landing spots proposed for Yan Gomes, Lonnie Chisenhall and any number of Indians and Dodgers.
Indians, Dodgers, reportedly discussing several trade scenarios | CBS Sports – The Dodgers have outfielders…
Pittsburgh Pirates Fourth Outfielder Rumor Roundup – Bucs Dugout – The Pirates have expressed interest in two ex-Cleveland Indians: Lonnie Chisenhall and Brandon Guyer.
Mets Talking Trade With Indians For Yan Gomes, Report Says | WFAN Sports Radio 66AM 101.9FM – The Mets have discussed with the Indians a trade for catcher Yan Gomes, reported SNY’s Andy Martino, who added there’s a “decent chance” a deal could be reached.
Indians host Thanksgiving event at ballpark | Cleveland Indians – Over the years, the Indians have built relationships throughout the Cleveland community, and the team’s annual Thanksgiving event at Progressive Field puts that on full display.
What’s Going On With the Cleveland Indians’ Outfield? – You probably haven’t heard of many of the Indians’ outfielders. That’s not a good sign for the Indians.
Corbin Bernsen to highlight Akron RubberDucks’ Hot Stove banquet | cleveland.com – Corbin Bernsen will headline the Akron RubberDucks’ third annual Hot Stove banquet on Friday, Feb. 1.
Cleveland Indians’ Dan Otero is back from MLB’s Japan tour and Chief Wahoo’s last stand | cleveland.com – Ten years from now it will make a great sports trivia question. Who was the last Indians’ player to wear Chief Wahoo on his cap and uniform before it was officially retired following an agreement in January between MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred and team owner Paul Dolan?