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2/10/2016 | Complementary pieces strengthen Tribe's core

Up and down the American League Central, the Indians' rivals made blockbuster moves this offseason. Cleveland added a handful of complementary pieces, putting more stock in keeping its core together than doing anything dramatic on the winter stage.

2/8/2016 | Brantley among Indians looking to bounce back

The Indians fell short of expectations last year, finishing in third place in the American League Central and well short of the preseason prognostications that pegged the club as a World Series contender. As Cleveland looks to make a team-wide comeback, there will be a number of individuals also aiming for a reversal of fortunes in 2016.

2/8/2016 | Indians sign Stammen to Minor League deal

After spending his entire career with the Nationals, reliever Craig Stammen is starting a new chapter with the Tribe.

2/5/2016 | Indians catch spring fever on Truck Day

A pair of moving trucks pulled out of Progressive Field on Friday morning, beginning the annual cross-country journey from Cleveland to Goodyear, Ariz. There is no word yet whether the trucks saw their shadows, but spring is definitely arriving fast for the Indians.

2/3/2016 | Tribe farmhand Maronde to play in WBC qualifying round

The fourth installment of the World Baseball Classic is scheduled to begin next spring, giving many of baseball's biggest stars the chance to suit up with pride for their home countries. This month, the first steps toward that global stage are being constructed.

2/2/2016 | Hart revisits '98 trade talk for Big Unit

John Hart helped lead the Indians to six division titles in seven seasons, but there's one trade scenario from 1998 that he wishes could have a Groundhog Day redo.

2/1/2016 | Alomar trade taught Indians valuable lesson

In the spirit of the holiday, asked front-office leaders around baseball to discuss trades that they wish they could do over, if given the chance. Indians president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti pointed to a blockbuster deal in 2001 that served as a learning experience and created drastic changes to Cleveland's methods.

2/1/2016 | Francona has lineup decisions with Brantley sidelined

This much is certain: The Indians will have an Opening Day lineup. A few of the names and just about every spot in the batting order will be worked out between now and then, and manager Terry Francona will surely take his time in sorting through its structure.