Terry's Talkin' front office, money ball and the off-season

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Terry's Talkin' front office, money ball and the off-season
Terry's Talkin' front office, money ball and the off-season

CLEVELAND – Talking to myself about the Indians approach to the off-season: QUESTION: Are they going to do it again? ANSWER: Do what? Q: Cut the payroll another 10 percent, get rid of some guys like Michael Brantley because they can't pay them? A: No. Start with the fact they have no free agent of the All-Star caliber of Brantley, who signed with the Houston Astros. They have no free agents of any consequence. They have picked up Corey Kluber's $17 million option for 2020. They have declined the $16 million option on Jason Kipnis. Q: Last year, they got rid of a lot of veterans, right? A: A year ago, the Tribe was swept out of the first round of the playoffs. The front office looked at players

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