Speaking Cleveland Indians’ payroll and Corey Kluber’s new function with the Yankees (podcast)


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CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Indians cut more than $ 32 million from their payroll by 2021 after trading with Francisco Lindor and Carlos Carrasco. Can the club maintain its competitiveness in AL Central with a pay structure that is at the bottom of the MLB? Paul Hoynes and Joe Noga watch the club’s payroll on Tuesday’s podcast.

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Further topics of the show on Tuesday are:

  • Are the Indians Paying Too Much to Their Captors?
  • How many innings will Corey Kluber throw for the Yankees in 2021?
  • Are the padres done doing business with their farm system?

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