Sport Report: Rangers join crowded field pursuing Indians' Kluber

03:24  15 december  2019
03:24  15 december  2019 Source:   thescore.com

Report: Indians trade Corey Kluber to Rangers

  Report: Indians trade Corey Kluber to Rangers Report: Indians trade Corey Kluber to RangersKluber deal to Rangers is agreed to, pending physicals

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The Texas Rangers are among the teams pursuing a trade for Cleveland Indians right-hander Corey Kluber, sources told Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic.

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The Los Angeles Angels have been linked to the three-time All-Star and his Cleveland teammate Carlos Carrasco since missing out on Gerrit Cole and Stephen Strasburg in free agency.

The San Diego Padres and Los Angeles Dodgers are also among the teams that have checked in on the veteran, according to Jon Heyman of MLB Network.

It's the second consecutive offseason that Kluber's name has surfaced in trade rumors, and the Padres and Dodgers were also connected to him last winter.

Dodgers Reportedly Focusing on Francisco Lindor and Mike Clevinger Following Corey Kluber Trade

  Dodgers Reportedly Focusing on Francisco Lindor and Mike Clevinger Following Corey Kluber Trade Following the news today that Corey Kluber is heading down south to the Texas Rangers, the Los Angeles Dodgers are readjusting their offseason plans. It's now being reported that the Dodgers have always been focusing on trying to acquire Francisco Lindor (and possibly Mike Clevinger) from the Cleveland Indians instead. The Dodgers weren’t in on Corey Kluber recently. They’re focused on acquiring Francisco Lindor. They’d like Mike Clevinger, too. — Jorge Castillo (@jorgecastillo) December 15, 2019Apparently, the Dodgers hadn't connected on Kluber in a while, despite a plethora of public rumors.

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Report : Padres pursuing Indians SP Corey Kluber to flip him to third team. According to Dennis Lin of The Athletic, the San Diego Padres are interested in acquiring Kluber , a two-time American League Cy Young Award winner, only to trade him and his reasonable contract to another team to bolster their

The 33-year-old is set to earn $13.5 million in 2020, and he holds a $14-million club option for 2021. The two-time AL Cy Young winner is coming off a season when he didn't take the mound after his May 1 start due to a forearm injury. He went 2-3 with a 5.80 ERA and 1.65 WHIP in 35 2/3 innings before the premature end to his campaign.

Prior to 2019, Kluber had thrown 200-plus innings in five straight seasons, and he finished top five in Cy Young voting four times.

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What’s behind Cleveland Indians’ moves so far this winter besides money? .
FIRST BAUER, THEN KLUBER 1. Before discussing the Corey Kluber deal and the signing of Cesar Hernandez, the Indians began their plans for 2020 when they traded Trevor Bauer at the end of July. So let’s dial back to that big move. 2. It was a three-way deal between the Indians, Cincinnati Reds and San Diego Padres. The Indians sent Bauer to Cincinnati, where he finished the season with a 2-5 record and 6.39 ERA in 10 starts for the Reds. Overall, he was 11-13 with a 4.48 ERA.3. It’s possible Bauer will go to arbitration for a third consecutive winter. According to MLBtraderumors.com, he is projected to be paid $18.6 million. That’s up from $13 million in 2018.4.

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