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Roberto Perez ALCS MVP

While the Cleveland Indians pitching staff gets the kudos, Roberto Perez was the constant to the Tribe’s brilliant pitching performances.

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The Cleveland Indians versus Aaron Sanchez

The Cleveland Indians will take a 3-0 ALCS series lead against Toronto starter Aaron Sanchez. WFNY looks at the young Blue Jays starter and how the Tribe can attack his solid arsenal.

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The Cleveland Indians versus Marcus Stroman

The Cleveland Indians head to Canada to take on the Toronto Blue Jays in Game 3. WFNY is here to breakdown the matchup with the starting pitcher Marcus Stroman.

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The Cleveland Indians versus J.A. Happ

Cleveland Indians won Game 1, so it is time to turn the page to Game 2 with a look at how the lineup projects to hit against Toronto Blue Jays Game 2 starter J.A. Happ.

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The Cleveland Indians versus Marco Estrada

The Cleveland Indians are set to face Toronto’s Marco Estrada in Game 1 of the ALCS. WFNY looks at what the Tribe needs to do to get a first-game win.

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The Indians versus Clay Buchholz

Boston’s Clay Buchholz has been getting destroyed by left-handed hitters. WFNY examines what the Indians need to do to maximize their ALDS Game 3 odds.

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The Indians versus David Price

The Cleveland Indians will face David Price in Game 2 of the ALDS. WFNY looks at what the Tribe can do to succeed against the tough left-handed starter.

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The Indians versus Rick Porcello

A left-handed Cleveland Indians lineup with speed on the base paths looks to be a recipe for success when it comes to combatting a Cy Young-hopeful Rick Porcello. WFNY’s Mike Hattery explains.

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Indians Twitter is antsy for last regular season series to end

The Cleveland Indians are taking on the Kansas City Royals to finish up the 2016 regular season and Indians Twitter is here to tell you about their worries.

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Baseball and the Myth of Certainty

The Cleveland Indians were supposed to be a pitching-first team, but if 2016 showed us anything, it’s that baseball is an incredibly random sport and that outcomes are not always rooted in initial expectations.

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Indians Romp White Sox, Slice Magic Number to Three

Trevor Bauer went 7 2/3 innings while Jose Ramirez and Coco Crisp did it at the plate as the Tribe’s magic number trims to three.

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Attacking the Magic Number, a Twitter Oral History

The Cleveland Indians beat the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday, 4-3. WFNY breaks it down with a Twitter Oral History.

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How Baseball Changes to the Indians Advantage in the Postseason

The Cleveland Indians may be without two starting pitchers, but their elite bullpen is more than primed to play a substantial role in the MLB postseason.

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Josh McCown’s Shoulder Injury Appears to be Serious

Cleveland Browns backup-turned-starting quarterback Josh McCown’s shoulder might be serious and leave the team with limited options at the game’s most crucial position.

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Francisco Lindor is underappreciated

Francisco Lindor is one of the best players in MLB and of his generation, yet fans of the Cleveland Indians can become a bit numb to his greatness.

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Indians Trounce Tigers 11-4, Slash Magic Number

The Cleveland Indians sliced their magic number to single digits with an 11-4 win over the Tigers. Mike Napoli went 3-4 with a double and home run.

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The Inherent Risk of a Mike Napoli Extension

Mike Napoli is having a career season with the Cleveland Indians, but WFNY looks at why extending him beyond 2016 could be a dangerous proposition.

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Jose Ramirez: The Tribe’s future at the hot corner

Can Jose Ramirez be considered among the best third basemen in the American League? If his Age 23 numbers are any indication, the answer is yes.

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