Cleveland Indians: Suddenly, Brian Anderson is a commodity. The 31-year old lefthander has been about as average a pitcher as one could find for most of his career but he is hitting the free agent market at the right time in that he is coming off perhaps his best season ever. Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that a one-year deal -- like the one Anderson signed with the Indians prior to 2003 -- won't be enough this time around. "A one-year deal, at this point, is just about out of the question," Anderson told Hoynes yesterday. "Kansas City has made me a two-year offer. That's more what I'd be looking for."
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