Indians Notes: Sizemore, Carmona, Thome, Cabrera

The Indians may have had their playoff hopes dashed by the Tigers, but with a strong performance over the next week and a half, they'll still finish the season with a winning record. Cleveland sends Justin Masterson to the hill against the Twins today, looking to finish off a sweep and get back to .500. Before they get underway at Target Field, let's check out a few Tribe-related links….

6 Responses to Indians Notes: Sizemore, Carmona, Thome, Cabrera Leave a Reply

  1. notsureifsrs 4 years ago

    masterson hasn’t gotten enough love this season; quite a breakout year for the kid. looks like he’s learned not to be afraid of lefties. they can still hit him a little too well, but as long as he throws strikes and lets the movement on his pitches do the work things should end up pretty good for him

    always nice when a trade works out for both sides

  2. I don’t see how Sizemore’s more option is worth exercising. When he wasn’t hurt, he was terrible. The Indians have a ton of outfielders so why do they need him?

    • notsureifsrs 4 years ago

      one reason among several others is that if he plays to his ability he can bring back some legitimate young talent in a trade. of, if they contend, because he’s a lot better than any of their other outfielders

  3. 0vercast 4 years ago


    • EdinsonPickle 4 years ago

      What are you loling at? The Twins can use this cash to sign Dmitri Young when Morneau inevitably gets hurt again.

      • 0vercast 4 years ago

        I think it’s funny that the Twins choose the $20,000 over any of the players that the Indians offered. ¬†Even some class A reliever, the 250th pick from 2006, should be worth more than $20,000 to a team with a depleted farm system like the Twins.

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