"We have," Antonetti said on Tuesday at Camden Yards. "The intensity of those calls with other teams has certainly picked up over the course of the last couple of weeks. I still think it's an evolving process of teams defining what their needs might be, and that's certainly the case for us as well.
"We're most hopeful of just getting all our guys back healthy and allowing us to play healthy for a while. And then we'll see where we are in a few weeks."
Entering this season, Cleveland's rotation was considered the weak part of the roster, but the team's starters have pitched well enough to keep the club in contention. The Indians might still be in the market for a starting pitcher, but Antonetti has been happy with the overall showing of the arms in place.
"We'll see," he said. "Those needs can evolve over the course of a few weeks, but we feel good about the group of guys we have here. They've pitched pretty well here over the last few weeks. If they can maintain that level of consistency and continue to give us a chance to win most every time out, that's a good foundation to build from."
One area of the roster that has not performed as well as expected is the bullpen. The left-handed relievers have been inconsistent, and the back end of the staff was dealt a blow when All-Star closer Chris Perez landed on the disabled list with an issue in his right shoulder. Perez is due back soon, and Antonetti plans on keeping an eye on the bullpen's progress throughout July.
"We'll continue to assess it," he said. "If there's an opportunity to improve, we'll look to do that, but I continue to believe in the guys that we have down there. It's been good to see, especially over the past couple of days, they do a really good job in some key situations."
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