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Cleveland is looking for three major leaguers in exchange for Francisco Lindor

Required Credits: Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports

Unless there is some dramatic change, it looks like this Francisco Lindor I will wear a new uniform by the start of next season.Last week, USA Today report Linz will move to this off-season after many speculate from the end of the season.

now John Paul Moroshi Members of have reviewed USA Today’s report. We are also currently getting more information on the topics surrounding Lindor’s trading.

Moroshi wants the Mets, Yankees, Phillies, Blue Jays and Cardinals to look like Lindor’s top suitors now, and the Indians want to wait until the Mets can get involved in the new front office before trading. I am reporting that.

One of the interesting notes from Moroshi’s report was the package that Cleveland wanted to receive in exchange for four All-Stars.

“According to one source, the tribe is looking for three major or near-debut players in exchange for Lindor.”

Indians have played off in four of the last five seasons and won three straight division titles from 2016 to 2018. This is not a team that wants a long rebuild, but instead wants to remodel around their great pitching.

Due to pandemic losses, Cleveland is trying to reduce costs that are already exempt Brad hand With his $ 10 million salary, he is currently considering a deal with Lindor. Being able to insert three cost-effective players into the Major League Baseball roster should be very attractive to Indians under these circumstances.

With a player like Amedro Rosary, Andres Gimenez, Dominic Smith, Brandon Nimmo, Jd Davis, Jeff McNeil And even Luis GuillormeThe Mets has a long list of players who are interested in Cleveland. The question is which one they choose.

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Moroshi also states in his report that Cleveland will not necessarily need trade shortstops as a second outlook. Tyler Freeman Play a job title.