The Cleveland Indians are sitting at 50-32 on the season, which has them in first place in the A.L. Central over the Tigers by 6.5 games. The Indians have the best starting rotation in the American League and they have a darn good bullpen. But they could use a lefty in the pen and I don’t think it would be too hard to get one. But, I think I would fix that last, unless I got a lefty reliever thrown into a deal that included a 3B or RF, as those are the two biggest needs on the team right now. The first call that I would make would be to the Tampa Bay Rays about Evan Longoria. I would expect the Rays to say no thanks. Then I would turn my attention to the A’s (Danny Valencia), the Angels (Yunel Escobar) and possibly even the Brewers (Aaron Hill). I would also start thinking outside the box and consider making a move for Zack Cozart or Eduardo Nunez with the idea of moving them from SS to 3B. As far as right field goes, I would go hard after lefty swinging Jay Bruce of the Reds. He has the perfect stroke for Progressive Field. Josh Reddick (A’s) and Matt Kemp (Padres) seem like good fallback options if the Reds trade Bruce somewhere else. I would stay clear of lefty swinging Carlos Gonzalez of the Rockies. After watching Corey Dickerson flounder in Tampa this year, I would be leery in dealing for any hitters from the Rockies. I would also steer clear of switch-hitting Carlos Beltran, as he would probably need a lot of days off because the Indians can’t use him at DH. Fernando Abad (Twins), Xavier Cedeno (Rays) and Boone Logan (Rockies) would be my top targets as far as lefty relievers go. The fans are starting to go to Progressive Field in droves and the Tribe is in first place! It’s time to borrow a phrase from the Cavaliers…..as the Indians need to go….ALL IN!