Cleveland Indians 2021 Season Preview

One year after a late September collapse knocked them out of the playoffs, the Cleveland Indians returned to the postseason in a COVID-shortened year. They finished the season with a record of 35-25, good for second place in the AL Central. They would go on to host the New York Yankees in an expanded wildcard series where they were swept 2-0 in a best of three. Obviously, the biggest news about the team heading into the offseason was the status of franchise shortstop, Francisco Lindor. With only one year of club control remaining and no intention of meeting his salary demands, the team dealt h…

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