• Tomlin, Indians argue salary arbitration case

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Feb 15, 2014
    Cleveland also prevailed in its arbitration case against pitcher Josh Tomlin. Texas and first baseman Mitch Moreland agreed Friday to a $2.65 million, one-year deal. ST. The Cleveland Indians improved to 2-0 in salary arbitration cases this year, defeating pitcher Josh Tomlin. Indians right-hander Justin Masterson is one of six players left in arbitration from among the 146 who filed last month. The veteran is expected to compete for the fifth spot in the Indians' rotation. Tomlin, a 29-year-old right-hander, had elbow ligament-replacement surgery in August 2012 and returned to make one big league appearance last season, pitching two scoreless innings at the Chicago White Sox on Sept. 12. He made $501,800 last year. Others still slated for hearings include Atlanta closer Craig Kimbrel, Boston left-hander Andrew Miller, Cincinnati right-hander Homer Bailey, Oakland outfielder Josh Reddick, San Francisco first baseman Brandon Belt and Seattle first baseman Justin Smoak.
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Hot Stove roundup: Indians add veteran Harang

    The Indians signed a free-agent starting pitcher Saturday, but it wasn't Ubaldo Jimenez. Instead of bringing back Jimenez, who rejected a qualifying offer from the club in November, Cleveland signed right-hander Aaron Harang to a Minor League deal with …
    Source: MLB.com
    • Harang, possible non-roster invitee, spotted at camp

      The Indians are always on the hunt for more depth in their rotation. On Saturday, veteran right-hander Aaron Harang was spotted in the halls of Cleveland's spring complex, possibly representing another arm added to the mix.
      Source: MLB.com

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