Sports Illustrated may not have picked the Indians to be on a cover, but they have Cleveland returning to the World Series in 2017.
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.
Here’s the WFNY State of the Union address for the Cleveland Indians.
We’ve had Sportsyelling on the podcast a bunch over the three years we’ve known her. With another Indians season on the horizon it was time.
The boys of summer are set to being Spring Training.
Even the Indians’ GM is surprised by the team’s offseason.
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.
Tom Valentino joins the podcast to discuss his podcast – The Nail in the Coffin – and all three professional Cleveland sports teams.
Jim Pete and Mike Hattery continue the Cleveland Indians positional previews by heading on over to first base. It turned out to be a much different podcast after the Indians signed Edwin Encarnacion. The question after that deal is how it impacts Carlos Santana. How many games will EE play at first versus Carlos? Are
The Cleveland Indians are keeping in contact with Jose Bautista in free agency. What would that do to the roster and lineup?
WFNY has obtained a super exclusive interview with Edwin Encarnacion’s parrot. The Cleveland Indians new ambassador of sorts discusses everything.
The 2017 Cleveland Indians have great reason for optimism as WFNY breaks down their roster in great detail to find the weak spots.
A look at the Cleveland Indians’ leverage heading into January while saying goodbye to two celebrities who December decided to take from us all.
The Cleveland Indians not only added one of the best hitters in baseball, but one who has fared extremely well against the rest of the AL Central as well as the Boston Red Sox.
The Cleveland Indians signed a big-hitting free agent to a huge deal, but the 2016 Edwin Encarnacion signing is not the same as the 2012 Nick Swisher deal.
The Cleveland Indians have made quite the splash in free agency, locking up Edwin Encarnacion for at least the next three seasons.
As one of the “favorites” to land him, the Cleveland Indians reportedly have a multiyear deal on the table with free agent first baseman Edwin Encarnacion.
Once again, somehow, the WFNY crew has given me control of today’s ‘While We’re Waiting.” I’m not sure what Michael Bode was thinking, but, since I’ve got the reigns, why not go crazy. The Cleveland Indians are going to be contenders for the World Series regardless, but they could make a few fairly easy moves
Why the Cleveland Indians don’t have to make a push for Edwin Encarnacion, but should.
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