There are plenty of dumb things fans say. WFNY is here to help you avoid a bunch of the worst ones about the 2017 Cleveland Indians.
The Cleveland Indians are expected to be well-represented in the 2017 MLB All-Star Game.
The 2017 Cleveland Indians have a loaded lineup, outstanding bullpen, and a great group of starting pitchers. Which is the most dominant group?
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.
Are you old school, a cowboy, a hipster, or something else entirely? Well, the 2016 Cleveland Indians have just the player for you.
Andrew Miller is getting a lot of the love, but Cody Allen has been just as dominant over the second half of this season.
No longer are Cleveland baseball fans forced to look back to the 90s for better times. The 2016 Indians squad is worth all of the attention and celebration.
The Cleveland Indians kept the magic alive with their three-game sweep of the Boston Red Sox in the ALDS, but it wasn’t without drama. WFNY digs in.
The tale from inside Progressive Field during the Cleveland Indians’ ALDS Game 1 victory over the Boston Red Sox.
As statistical forecasts for the 2016 Cleveland Indians vary, the X-Factor may very well be a 25-year-old wunderkind from North Hollywood, California.
With the American League Divisional Series set to begin Thursday, the Cleveland Indians will have to set their 25-man roster for the series at some point Thursday morning, but they are expected to announce it on Wednesday. One name who will unfortunately not be on that roster: pitcher Danny Salazar. Before the team’s mandatory workout
The Cleveland Indians beat the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday, 4-3. WFNY breaks it down with a Twitter Oral History.
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.
The midges were back and so was winning baseball for the Cleveland Indians as Carlos Carrasco, Mike Napoli, and Brandon Guyer helped beat the Houston Astros, 6-5.
Josh Tomlin stunk again, but the Cleveland Indians bullpen picked him up and the offense did enough to beat the Minnesota Twins. So, let’s focus on the bullpen.
The Cleveland Indians have had an incredible, almost impossible, week of continuous heart-stopping games. WFNY’s Michael Bode goes through some of the bonds being fortified by such games.
Sure, Cody Allen’s bubble burst about the same time Adam Eaton blew his but it was some rather tough luck for the Cleveland Indians to lose. Also, home run profiles for some of the best power hitters on the Tribe.
A day game in August is not supposed to feel like a mid-October night. However, in what could have been the last game played by David Ortiz in Cleveland1 , the Cleveland Indians and the Boston Red Sox staged a tense contest between two teams vying for the opportunity to compete in many more of
None of the 12 walks wound up scoring for the Astros, but Marwin Gonzalez walked around all four bases at once to walk off with the win.
After a brutal weekend in South Philly, the Cleveland Indians have now lost 5 out of 6 games, all by one-run margins. Let the rants of frustration begin.