It may have taken some time, but it appears as if the Indians' offseason plans are finally becoming a bit clearer.
During the past week, we've seen the Indians sign John Axford, Shaun Marcum and trade Drew Stubbs to acquire Josh Outman.
None of these moves could be described as big acquisitions, but it does at least signal that the Indians are trying to address their concerns and get... better.
Better — that's an interesting word to consider.
The Indians won 92 games last season and also earned one of the American League's Wild Card berths. Knowing that, it's not going to be that easy for the team to get much better; it's very difficult to win much more than 92 games in a season.
So let's consider that word one more time. Has this team actually positioned itself to be better in 2014?
Offensively, it looks as if that may be the case.
A platoon of David Murphy and Ryan Raburn will now replace Stubbs in right field. Murphy is coming off a rough 2013 campaign, but he does seem like a so...