Indians Exercise Contract Option on Corey Kluber

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The Cleveland Indians made a move to address a key player’s status with the team for the 2020 season when they officially exercised the $17.5 million contract option for pitcher Corey Kluber next season.

The move doesn’t come as a surprise as Indians’ team president Chris Antonetti said last month that the Indians would pick up Kluber’s option.

In a corresponding move, the Indians declined the options on second baseman Jason Kipnis and relief pitcher Dan Otero for the 2020 season.

Kluber, 33, wasn’t able to pitch for the Indians after May 1st due to a broken arm he sustained due to a comebacker. Kluber was working his way towards returning later in the season before his comeback was derailed in the minors when he suffered an oblique injury, shelving him for the rest of the season.

Kluber is a former two-time Cy Young award winner.

Kipnis, who has spent his entire career with the Indians, had a $16.5 million option for next season, and while the team did decline to exercise it, the team has not ruled bringing him back.

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