With another losing season in the books, it is time the Cleveland Indians consider their most tradeable assets. Players like 2B Jason Kipnis and 3B Lonnie Chisenhall are likely untouchable, but there are others that Cleveland should heavily consider trading.
The Indians have solidified another losing season with their current 61-86 record, and they have not had a winning season since 2007. Cleveland fans will remember that as the year the team lost the championship. The team had the Boston Red Sox on the ropes but failed to put the series away and watched Boston trounce Colorado in the World Series.
It has been tough ever since, but an active offseason could change that.
The Indians have a few players who would bring good value in a trade, and maybe an infusion of new talent will revive the Cleveland franchise.