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WFNY’s Top 10 Tribe Players For 2017

The 2017 Cleveland Indians have one of the most loaded 25-man rosters in MLB, which makes ranking the Top 10 players for this season difficult. Yet, the WFNY staff did just that task and created a cumulative ranking too.

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Francisco Lindor turned down $100 million? The WFNY Podcast

The Indians reportedly offered Francisco Lindor $100 million this offseason—and he declined. WFNY discusses the next steps.

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Three errors, a homer, and a day off

The Cleveland Indians could not keep pace with the Cavaliers as they did not sweep the Chicago White Sox on Sunday, largely due to their own errors.

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The Indians and April showers

The latest from the EHC crew dives into Terry Francona and the month of April while touching on a few other items.

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Kipnis, the Marvel CU, and Vinyl: While We’re Waiting

What are the Cleveland Indians going to do with their lineup once Jason Kipnis returns? WFNY digs in.

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Why Pushing the Panic Button on the Indians Season is Crazy

The Cleveland Indians have gotten off to a meager start, but there are some indicators that say better days are ahead.

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Pitcher Preview: The Cleveland Indians versus Phil Hughes

Minnesota’s Phil Hughes provides a highly favorable matchup for the contact-heavy Cleveland Indians

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Video highlights of Indians’ walk-off in Home Opener

The 2017 Cleveland Indians remained undefeated at home and in American League play with a walk-off Home Opener victory.

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Michael Brantley walks it off in the Indians Home Opener

Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley has been on an odyssey of sorts working through internal challenges, personal expectations, and external commentary which was driven more by speculation than substance. For one moment in Brantley’s struggle back to being the player he once was, with 35,002 fans watching, Dr. Smooth did something he could celebrate. In

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Carlos Santana and the new leadoff prototype at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario

The Chicago Cubs are getting praise for putting Kyle Schwarber at lead-off even though they are just copying the Cleveland Indians model with Carlos Santana.

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It’s impossible to be a Browns-first Cleveland sports fan right now: While We’re Waiting

The Cleveland Browns have historically been the most important team in Cleveland. These are the good days to be a Cleveland sports fan even if it doesn’t include the Cleveland Browns.

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Francisco Lindor’s odyssey: Two Homers and an Error

On a night when LeBron James flipped his switch to ON, Francisco Lindor flipped a switch we didn’t know he even had.

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The return of the Salazar: Bode Plots

The Cleveland Indians defeated the Texas Rangers, 9-6, to complete the sweep. The Francisco Lindor grand slam to win the game in the ninth inning was the big news, but there was an underlying change to Danny Salazar upon his return that needs to be dissected.

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Listen: Tom Hamilton calls Francisco Lindor’s grand slam

In case you didn’t hear it last night, Tom Hamilton calling Frankie Lindor’s game-winning grand slam is fantastic.

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The Indians and realistic expectations

A whole slew of random thoughts during the opening week of the Cleveland Indians 2017 season.

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Opening Day at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario

Opening Day at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario even if the Cleveland Indians are in Arlington Texas.

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Why isn’t MLB tanking frowned upon?

Tanking is being decryed in the NBA circles. Why are there not similar discussions in MLB?

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The return of Edwin’s parrot

Eddie the Parrot returns to talk about all things Cleveland Indians as we prepare for the 2017 Opening Day.

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Extending Francisco Lindor at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario

WFNY’s Jim Pete breaks down how a potential Francisco Lindor extension could look.

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Lindor still wins the World Baseball Classic

11 members of the Cleveland Indians participated in the World Baseball Classic. Andrew Miller’s United States squad won, but Francisco Lindor was the big winner throughout.

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