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Yesterday | Crawfish Boxes
Settle down, everyone. It's been an exciting 24 hours, with more free agents of dubious quality flooding the market after Monday's non-tender arbitration deadline.
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Tuesday | Cleveland.com
Hey, Hoynsie: Do you see the Indians signing a free-agent closer or do you think they'll give the job to Cody Allen? - Scott Young, Columbus.
Tuesday | Deep Left Field
After signing a two-year, $22 million contract with the Oakland Athletics, Scott Kazmir is officially off the table.
The Indians would seem to be in the market for starting pitching, given that Ubaldo Jimenez and Scott Kazmir , who threw the second and third-most innings of anyone on the team in 2013, are now free agents.
Former Mets #1 draft pick, Scott Kazmir is off the free agent market. Pending a physical, the Oakland Athletics will sign the soon to be 30-year old left-hander to a reported two year, $22 million dollar contract.
For the second time in 10 days the Indians have lost an important part of their pitching staff to free agency.
The likes of Ricky Nolasco, Phil Hughes, Dan Haren and Manny Parra were all inked to a wide range of deals.
Seattle Mariners rumors have the team targeting a major free agent pitcher this offseason.
One of the issues the Indians will have to consider addressing this offseason is the contract status of Justin Masterson .
Though the Indians found success in 2013, they have some weaknesses they'll have to address before they're ready to take the next step in 2014.
Last year's rotation certainly exceeded expectations, but with the impending free agent cases of starters Ubaldo Jimenez and Scott Kazmir , it appears that the Indians would be well-served to add arms from outside the organization to the mix.
Now that the 2013 season is complete, it's time to take a look back at the team and how each player performed on the field.
Regardless of the previous season's results, every MLB team has at least one area they need to address each offseason, whether it's making a splash signing or just filling out the roster with a complimentary piece or two.