A day after a lowball offer is exposed from the Indians to Carlos Santana, some hope is given about priorities. Plus, some other notes about the MLB Hot Stove action (or non-action).
A Danny Salazar match for a blockbuster trade? Is Matt Adams really a fit? Did the Indians lost anyone on claims they will regret? WFNY’s Mike Hattery walks you through the early MLB Hot Stove for the Cleveland Indians.
The Cleveland Indians trade value list is not a pure ranking based on ability but rather balancing skill, contract value, age, and expected value generation in the multi-year context.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians are set to pay Jason Kipnis some substantial money, but no one knows where he fits on the baseball diamond. Can he regain his previous batting prowess and make Tribe fans not care where we need to shoehorn him in or should he be traded?
The Cleveland Indians opted in on Michael Brantley’s contract. It could pay off for the Tribe, but there are a bunch of risk items to evaluate with it.
Not only did the Tribe choke in the postseason; they appear to be losing their pitching coach.
The Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Danny Salazar had an under the radar amazing 2017 season in which he fixed many of the flaws he had previously.
CC Sabathia is a new man- as far as his pitching profile compared to 2007- and the Cleveland Indians can take advantage of it. Here’s how.
In 2017, Luis Severino made the leap from two-pitch, potential elite reliever type to top of the line, borderline Cy Young Contender. Despite the usual home run per fly ball issues that exist for a pitcher who calls Yankee Stadium home, Severino succeeded in adequately commanding and managing contact. Indeed, before Severino’s public meltdown in
The Cleveland Indians look to sweep the Yankees. The Yankees are counting on Masahiro Tanaka to stop that from happening.
A disciplined approach by the Cleveland Indians offense should place them in a situation to take the upper hand in the ALDS.
The Cleveland Indians are the best team in MLB according to multiple projection systems. It is too bad that being the best guarantees nothing once October baseball hits.
Now that the magic number for the Cleveland Indians is down to four with 16 games to play, Mike Hattery takes a look at how the ALDS roster might shake out.
Flash back a year, Naquin was a becoming a favored jersey purchase in Cleveland, an eminent hairstyle consultant, and the focal point of perhaps the most iconic photo in the past decade of Cleveland Indians baseball. Naquin posted 2.4 WAR, contended for the American League Rookie of the Year Award, and looked as if he
Corey Kluber and Bradley Zimmer were keys to the Cleveland Indians defeating the New York Yankees.
The Cleveland Indians and Boston Red Sox appear to be headed on another collision course to play in the ALDS. The left-handed dominant rotation of Boston means the Indians might want to play an interesting outfield combination.
Those with huge platforms in the sports media world should do more to bring traditional and stat-friendly fans together rather than attempt to tear them apart for attention.
The Cleveland Indians defeated the Minnesota Twins, 8-1 to open up the AL Central division lead to six games. WFNY’s Mike Hattery was here to capture all the action.
The Cleveland Indians offense has been in a tailspin for the past few games, struggling to score at home against an average Rockies pitching staff. In this context, the Indians have traded for Jay Bruce from the New York Mets. Source: Jay Bruce traded to #Indians. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) August 10, 2017 The Indians
The Cleveland Indians’ pitching staff has been outright dominant since the All-Star break, but how much of it has been luck?