A look at Danny Salazar’s control issues, and Edwin Encarnacion’s first seven weeks of 2017 following a loss to the Tampa Bay Rays.
The Cleveland Indians are doing well, but don’t forget about the minor league prospects.
Opening Day at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario even if the Cleveland Indians are in Arlington Texas.
With Opening Day roughly two weeks away, the Cleveland Indians made a handful of roster moves.
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.
Is Bradley Zimmer likely to contribute to the 2017 Cleveland Indians and what might Tribe fans expect from him?
The Cleveland Indians positional previews roll on, this time with the boys from EHC discussing Cleveland Indians outfield prospects for the season.
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.
Why trade for Andrew McCutchen when you have Abe Almonte? Before you laugh that off, let WFNY’s Jeff Nomina explain.
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 2017 Cleveland Indians need a center fielder and lots of fans have heard about Bradley Zimmer, so he’s the obvious candidate. WFNY gives many reasons why that might not be the case.
The Cleveland Indians are playing baseball again, which is a wonderful addition to our lives. The issue is that the sample sizes are small, the amount of MiLB talent running around is large, and there is quite little that can actually be taken away from what we have seen that will be useful once the
The outfield grass is starting to look a lot greener for the Cleveland Indians.
On Wednesday, I wrote I was frustrated as the Indians merely talked while other clubs were taking action. As is oft to happen during the hot stove season, a rumor came out almost immediately after posting about my frustration that the Indians are in deep conversations about acquiring third baseman Todd Frazier from the Cincinnati
The Tribe’s top prospect has been dealing with the injury since June.
In the future, we’ll all be Bradleys
Now that the 2015 season has turned itself over to evaluating players for 2016 rather than making a playoff push1 , it is important to recognize where the battles are being forged. Barring a franchise-altering trade Jason Kipnis (2B), Michael Brantley (LF), Francisco Lindor (SS), Carlos Santana (1B/DH), and Yan Gomes / Roberto Perez (C)
With the 2015 Cleveland Indians continuing to have a gigantic hole in center field both offensively and defensively, Clint Frazier and Bradley Zimmer are competing against each other to be the Indians long-term solution. Clint Frazier has fallen behind in that competition as Frazier remains in the High-A Carolina League for the Lynchburg Hillcats, while
With Francisco Lindor now in the major leagues (and already making a major impact on the Tribe defense), many Cleveland Indians fans are likely out of tune with the top prospects in the organization. But with this week’s All-Star Break, it’s a great time to learn more about the fast-rising success of another recent first-round pick. Bradley
Scouting Grades: Hit: 55 | Power: 50 | Run: 55 | Arm: 60 | Field: 55 | Overall: 55 *** With the first of several early picks in the 2014 First-year Player Draft, the Cleveland Indians added center fielder Bradley Zimmer with the 21st-overall selection. Zimmer, a 6-5, 205-pound outfielder. As a junior at the University of San Francisco,