The Indians haven't yet made the major splash some fans are expecting, but they have made their first deal of this deadline season.

The Indians reached an agreement with the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday. The Indians will acquire infielder Christian Arroyo and reliever Hunter Wood in exchange for minor-league outfielder Ruben Cardenas and international signing period money.

Arroyo, a 24-year-old utility infielder, hit the injured list in mid-June with forearm tendinitis and would provide some organizational depth once he's healthy. In three seasons in the majors, he's posted a .215 average and a .622 OPS.

Wood, a right-handed option in the bullpen, has a 2.48 ERA, 4.19 FIP and a 7.4 K/9 rate in 29 innings with the Rays. Last year, he compiled a 3.73 ERA and 3.70 FIP with 42 strikeouts in 41 innings. Wood, too, adds organizational depth between the majors and Triple-A.

Cardenas was hitting .284 with an .818 OPS with Lake County prior to the trade.

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