Mike Hattery spent the early Friday evening talking hitting with rising Indians prospect Eric Haase. Haase then added two more home runs Friday night for the Akron Rubberducks.
The Cleveland Indians were walloped in Denver on Tuesday night as Mike Clevinger could not command location of speed of his fastball.
Both surface level analysis and underlying data suggests that Bradley Zimmer’s game transitions beautifully to the big league level.
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.
Andrew Zelman of Cleveland Scene Magazine joins the WFNY Podcast to discuss media in 2017 as well as a host of Cleveland sports topics.
The Cleveland Indians lost to the Detroit Tigers, 7-1. WFNY takes a deeper look at the center field platoon and if their current success is sustainable.
The Cleveland Indians are set to face James Shields during Tuesday’s home opener. WFNY takes a look at what the team needs to do to succeed.
The Arizona Diamondbacks disposed of the Cleveland Indians in three straight to take the Tribe to .500 as they head home.
While it’s tough to top the unveiling of a two-story bar, the Cleveland Indians had plenty to discuss at this year’s “What’s New” event.
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.
The 2017 Cleveland Indians have the top-rated bullpen in MLB.
Mike Clevinger is going to be needed to start games for the Cleveland Indians in 2017. Is that a good thing?
Kevin Kleps of Crain’s Cleveland Business makes his first appearance on the WFNY podcast and talks about his unique sports biz beat. We discuss the Indians selling lots of tickets, the Cavaliers adding onto The Q, and basically punt on the Browns.
With early-March sports at a crawl, we take a look at some of the things we’re looking forward to as spring draws near.
TD joins the podcast to discuss the Cleveland Indians, Jason Kipnis’ injury, the Browns and Terrelle Pryor, and of course the upcoming 2017 March Madness NCAA basketball tourney.
Michael Brantley is still a wild card, but he’s taking swings in Arizona as the Indians continue to work though Spring Training.
The Cleveland Indians have reported to Spring Training and games are commencing. How excited are you for the 2017 Indians compared to previous teams in history?
The Super Bowl left many commentators debating overtime rules. The last word, however, belongs to the Hot Sports Boys.
It’s tough to “STICK TO SPORTS” when the lines continue to blur.
The boys of summer are set to being Spring Training.