The Cleveland Indians face the Texas Rangers and starter Martin Perez on Tuesday. Here are the Tribe hitters who do best against what Perez offers.
The Cleveland Indians have signed capable backstop Roberto Perez to a contract extension. Perez broke out with the Indians in 2015 posting a near 2 WAR season in just 70 games.
Tanking is being decryed in the NBA circles. Why are there not similar discussions in MLB?
Bold predictions abound as WFNY’s Mike Hattery and Jeff Nomina argue about breakout candidates and bounceback players for the 2017 Cleveland Indians
With Opening Day roughly two weeks away, the Cleveland Indians made a handful of roster moves.
How is it possible that the public opinion surrounding Yandy Diaz is so different from words coming out of Goodyear?
Mike Clevinger is going to be needed to start games for the Cleveland Indians in 2017. Is that a good thing?
The Cleveland Indians’ injury woes are mounting and WFNY wants to discuss any and all concern.
If you’ve seen or heard anyone panning the Browns’ recent moves, there’s a good chance they’re old.
NFL free agency has opened the doors, so WFNY’s Mike Hattery and Jeff Nomina discuss if the Browns should pursue Tyrod Taylor if/when the Buffalo Bills release him.
The Cleveland Indians have several options for their utility infield spot, and WFNY’s Michael Hattery explains who should get the nod. (Spoiler Alert: It’s not the guy in the picture.)
Brandon Guyer is back with the Cleveland Indians who have shown an ability to maximize contractual value from even average MLB players.
Tyler Naquin had one of the best overall rookie seasons in Cleveland Indians history in 2016. Repeating the performance is in question though unless he makes some dramatic adjustments and improvements.
Kyle Korver has shown the ability to fill up the box score, but why isn’t he starting? WFNY debates.
Stop the idea of signing sub-standard veterans. The 2017 Cleveland Indians will be fine without them.
The Cleveland Indians Cody Anderson went from being compared to Matt Harvey to being demoted to the bullpen. WFNY thinks he can regain his mojo in 2017.
The Cleveland Indians signed Wily Mo Pena to a minor league deal with a Spring Training invite. That is just the beginning of where things get interesting.
Bill Livingston abstained from voting for the Hall of Fame, except he didn’t.
The No. 1 pick is in the hands of a team in desperate need of a quarterback. Can the Browns afford to pass on one once again?
Jim Pete and Mike Hattery are back to discuss 2017 Cleveland Indians positional previews. Second base is up for discussion.