The Indians are likely going to be sellers come this year's trade deadline, and Carlos Santana is definitely a player the team needs to move.
Michael Bourn is simply not earning the massive salary he's being paid this season, and you can't help but wonder how much more time will pass before the Indians do something about it.
Now that the Indians' two hyped prospects are up in the big leagues, the team needs to start getting its act together.
Even though they're underachieving so far this season, the Cleveland Indians have gotten a lot of good performances from individual players deserving of consideration for the 2015 All-Star Game.
Kris Bryant, Carlos Correa and Francisco Lindor are all elite prospects. Earlier than once thought, they will be called upon to help their teams reach the playoffs in 2015.
Francisco Lindor has been called up by the Indians and already recorded his first major league hit. His presence on the roster could spark the Indians to a playoff push.
If the Indians want to show their May hot streak was no fluke, they'll get no better opportunity than tonight's series with the Royals.
The Indians got yet another solid outing from Corey Kluber last night, and yet again, they failed to reward him for it.
Whether they're buyers or sellers this trade deadline, here are five players the Cleveland Indians could ship elsewhere in July.
The Kansas City Royals have shown they aren't afraid to throw down, and Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer is clearly ready to brawl if he needs to.