The Indians are still milling around about decisions with right handed relief pitcher Luis Vizcaino, according to Paul Hoynes of the Plain Dealer.
Vizcaino, 34, has had an extended workout with the Tribe, but they are are unsure whether the former Chicago Cub should go to Columbus or come straight to Cleveland.
The right hander was released by the Cubs in late April.
Vizcaino told Anthony Castrovince a deal could be expected Monday or Tuesday and that he will be with the big league club. Castrovince suspects Masa Kobayashi could be the odd man out. He doesn't rule out Tony Sipp or Jensen Lewis being sent to Triple A for more seasoning though.