KANSAS CITY: The Indians tried to get a starting pitcher as the Major League Baseball trading deadline loomed at 4 p.m. Tuesday. They also tried to land a reliever. They even inquired about outfielders.
The Indians talked to other teams looking at players they could lock up for a couple years and others that would have just been short-term rentals.
But in the end, the Indians had to settle for Lars Anderson.
“We looked at players who could help us in the short term and players who could help us in the future,” Indians general manager Chris Antonetti said. “But we weren’t able to align on value.”
So, um, Lars who?
Some Tribe fans might have even mumbled that to themselves upon realizing the