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.
The 2017 Cleveland Indians have a decision to make at catcher between Roberto Perez and Yan Gomes. WFNY’s Mike Hattery and Jeff Nomina debate the options.
The Cleveland Indians have a loaded roster with an obvious hole at center field. But, the options in-house might be good enough to get by there.
The Cleveland Indians bullpen is elite from Andrew Miller and Cody Allen all the way down to the competition for the last remaining spots on the Opening Day roster.
The Indians have benefited from the player development of hitters with high contact rate who have developed power. David Wallace discusses Greg Allen and Yandy Diaz who might be the next in line.
In adding Edwin Encarncacion, the Cleveland Indians have moved towards one extreme on the contact spectrum which will only further improve their offensive production.
The Cleveland Indians managed to change the landscape of offseason budget utilization throughout baseball. Marc Rzepczynski and others owe him a giant thank you.
The Cleveland Indians have made quite the splash in free agency, locking up Edwin Encarnacion for at least the next three seasons.
The Cleveland Indians acquiring Andrew Miller in July not only changed the way the team played, but also the perception of the team by fans and media alike. It’s WFNY’s No. 6 story of 2016.
While Jonathan Lucroy would have been a nice addition, the 2017 Indians may get a nice boost simply by regression at the catcher position.
According to Cleveland Plain Dealer beat writer and veteran of Indians media, Paul Hoynes, the Cleveland Indians are engaged in serious talks with the 33-year-old first baseman/designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion. Hoynes on Cleveland.com: The Indians are negotiation with free agent slugger Edwin Encarnacion about a multiyear deal. The deal might not happen. It might fall apart
Mitch Moreland and Adam Lind are a few of the names linked to the Cleveland Indians as potential first basemen for 2017 and beyond.
It may have taken a seven-game World Series run, but the Cleveland Indians are finally seeing substantial increases to their season-ticket holder base.
Wherein Mike Hattery steps in to discuss some Brit Lit, Netflix, Gilmore Girls, and The Lumineers.
Jose Ramirez’s flexibility could be an asset for the Indians this offseason, but the market for third basemen is far from ideal.