- Jun 2, 2012
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Jose isn't going anywhere this offseason. The Indians would get a bigger haul for Ramirez this offseason than Lindor but it's just not how the Indians operate.... and they're not having a fire sale. I mean, the article's insinuation that Dolan can't afford Ramirez's meager salary is a joke; it's the best contract in baseball by a country mile.The usual suspects in this article other than this:
The Indians 2021 Roster Could Look Nothing Like it Does Now; Could That Be a Good Thing?
Jose Ramirez - Due to make $9.4 million in 2021, would it be a surprise to hear Ramirez’s name pop up when it comes to trade rumors? Ramirez is due to make $11 million in 2022 with a $2 million dollar buyout, and in 2023 at age 30 he’s due to see a salary of $13 million.
By the time 2021 starts Ramirez might be the only starting 2020 infielder left on the roster, and while again you’re likely to hear his name pop up if team’s have interest, here’s a bet he’s on the roster next season - for what could be his last.
While the Indians are still in the midst of a 2020 season that appears to be falling apart, a lot of fans are already looking ahead to the 2021 season, wondering what exactly this team is going to look like. With a roster full of players making more money than the team can afford, the Indians...www.si.com
The Indians will continue to rebuild on the fly, be highly dependent on Ramirez and the pitching staff, plug holes with cheap and short-term deals and try to remain competitive until some of their young and talented prospects are ready to contribute at the Major League level. Ho hum....