Jim Pete and Mike Hattery are back talking about the Indians in Spring Training. This time they’re discussing Kipnis’ shoulder, and Brad Zimmer, among other topics.
Here’s the WFNY State of the Union address for the Cleveland Indians.
The Cleveland Indians positional previews continue! We’re up to the starting rotation.
Erik Gonzalez may be the odds on favorite to land the Cleveland Indians’ utility spot, but it should belong to Yandy Diaz. Here’s why.
The Cleveland Indians positional previews roll on, this time with the boys from EHC discussing Cleveland Indians outfield prospects for the season.
WFNY’s positional previews roll on as the guys talk about Francisco Lindor and the rest of the shortstops in the Cleveland Indians’ system.
Third base? That means the boys from EHC will be talking a whole lot about Jose Ramirez.
Jim Pete and Mike Hattery continue the Cleveland Indians positional previews by heading on over to first base. It turned out to be a much different podcast after the Indians signed Edwin Encarnacion. The question after that deal is how it impacts Carlos Santana. How many games will EE play at first versus Carlos? Are
The Cleveland Indians are keeping in contact with Jose Bautista in free agency. What would that do to the roster and lineup?
When Jason Kipnis burst upon the scene with the Cleveland Indians in 2011, experts and scouts predicted he had 20-homer upside. Part of this was based equally on an early four-game homer streak during his second big league week, and on his final full minor league season, in which he hit 18 home runs total,
Getting there despite injuries and gambles, the Cleveland Indians’ run to the World Series is WFNY’s No. 2 story of 2016.
A look at the Cleveland Indians’ leverage heading into January while saying goodbye to two celebrities who December decided to take from us all.
Once again, somehow, the WFNY crew has given me control of today’s ‘While We’re Waiting.” I’m not sure what Michael Bode was thinking, but, since I’ve got the reigns, why not go crazy. The Cleveland Indians are going to be contenders for the World Series regardless, but they could make a few fairly easy moves
Last season brought us Francisco Lindor while this one marked the arrival of his partner on the left side of the infield. Here’s WFNY’s No. 9 story for 2016.
Greg Allen has the high-end speed and improving plate discipline. Could the Rubberduck morph into the next Kenny Lofton?
Could the Cleveland Indians trade for Pittsburgh’s Andrew McCutchen? More importantly, should the Cleveland Indians trade for Andrew McCutchen?
What will the Cleveland Indians’ lineup look like in 2017? It can be pretty impressive if the front office is willing to swing for the fence.
The tortures of Black Friday shopping, a quest for a Nintendo 3DS, and a preview of Ohio-State Michigan.
With the Jonathan Lucroy deal falling through, the Cleveland Indians still have plenty to offer in the offseason trade market. WFNY examines a few targets to consider this winter.
Lucy has the football all teed up, so it is just a matter of kicking it for any Cleveland Indians fan. Just make sure to get that contract notarized this time, OK?