CLEVELAND — The clock is ticking.
“The most intriguing trade talks before Monday’s trade deadline are between the Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox, who are actively involved in discussions on a deal that would send Cleveland starter Mike Clevinger to Chicago, according to two persons with direct knowledge of the talks,” according to a report from USA Today’s Bob Nightengale on Sunday.
"There is an implicit trust that each of my teammates share as we navigate a season during this pandemic, and I broke that trust,” Clevinger said in an apology earlier this month. “In Chicago, I made the mistake of violating the protocols but the biggest mistake of all was not immediately coming clean to my teammates."
Clevinger's first game pitching for the Indians came in May 2016.
As of Monday morning, the Tribe is tied with the White Sox in the AL Central with 21 wins apiece.
We've featured him several times in our "Beyond the Dugout" interview series with 3News' Dave Chudowsky. You can watch our most-recent segment with Clevinger from earlier this year in the player below.