The Cleveland Indians’ abbreviated season came to an end with an abbreviated postseason run of just two games, both losses to the New York Yankees. But unlike most offseasons during the Tribe’s run of success since 2013, this one in particular brings plenty of questions. Bob DiBiasio, VP from the Indians, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show for his final Tuesday hit of the calendar year, and he talked about what’s on the team’s plate heading into the offseason. Questions are swirling as to the future of Francisco Lindor playing for the Tribe, as he is a free agent after 2021 and may command a top-dollar contract. There are also questions as to the future and health of manager Terry Francona, who was out much of the 2020 season. In addition to the Indians, Bobby D also shared his thoughts on the recent passing of Baseball Hall of Famer Bob Gibson, as well as the MLB rule changes in 2020 and what should and shouldn’t stay.