The Cleveland Indians are one of the streakiest teams in baseball.
Just one game back of .500, the Tribe sit 4.5 games out of first place and are in the midst of a five-game winning streak. They have been awfully good at home, posting a 20-11 record at Progressive Field. On the road, however, the Indians have just been awful, as they have posted a 9-19 record.
The outfield trifecta of Michael Brantley, Michael Bourn and David Murphy is among the most productive in the game. Meanwhile, the middle of the order consisting of Jason Kipnis, Nick Swisher and Carlos Santana has been one of the least productive.
Who exactly are the 2014 version of these Cleveland Indians? That is still yet to be determined.
With staff ace Justin Masterson and shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera among those likely to be dealt at the trade deadline, Cleveland could be in position to be one of the most active teams. Where they sit in the American League Central come July will determine their fate as either one of the biggest sellers or biggest buyers.
The following slides highlight 10 potential targets for general manager Chris Antonetti.