The Indians won't offer Ubaldo Jimenez a multiyear deal, but are still deciding if they'll make him a $14 million qualifying offer, according to Paul Hoynes of The Plain Dealer/Cleveland.com. Once the World Series concludes, the 2014 MLB offseason will officially begin and the Indians will have some decisions to make. Based on the way Jimenez pitched in 2013, the team will most likely pick up his $8 million club option and he will most likely decline. If that's the case, the Indians will have to make a qualifying offer worth $14 million, which he will also most likely decline. (You can thank Tim Lincecum for that.) To put it simply, Ubaldo Jimenez will become a free agent in about two weeks.
Report: Indians won't offer Ubaldo Jimenez multiyear deal
Fox Sports Ohio | Oct 25