The 2018 Cleveland Indians do not have a set third baseman who is obvious to be an every day starter. WFNY takes a look at the internal and external options for the job.
Giovanny Urshela, Greg Allen, Erik Gonzalez, and Yandy Diaz are all a big part of the future for the Cleveland Indians. Each is doing their best to have that future start now.
The Cleveland Indians won their 15th straight game and the statistics in pitching and batting during it are unbelievable.
The Cleveland Indians are on a roll, but they better fix the baserunning if they want to be able to compete with better teams.
Lonnie Chisenhall, Jason Kipnis, and Austin Jackson near returns to the Cleveland Indians.
The Cleveland Indians have an issue in that one of their anchors, second baseman Jason Kipnis, is not playing to his ability. Whether it is his shoulder or neck or something else, there are options to consider.
The Cleveland Indians defeated the Baltimore Orioles, 6-3.
Lil’ Jose Ramirez was born from the craftiness of Carlos Carrasco. The Cleveland Indians averaging 12 runs per game and being undefeated since is no coincidence (or is it).
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.
Erik Gonzalez may be the odds on favorite to land the Cleveland Indians’ utility spot, but it should belong to Yandy Diaz. Here’s why.
The Cleveland Indians have several options for their utility infield spot, and WFNY’s Michael Hattery explains who should get the nod. (Spoiler Alert: It’s not the guy in the picture.)
The Cleveland Indians are in an odd situation when it comes to the upcoming trade deadline. Yes, they’re a disappointing team sitting at 44-47. They remain only 5.5 games out of a wild card spot. Are they a buyer or a seller? Regardless of arbitrary titles, there is some hope with the development of rookies