The Cleveland Indians should adjust their lineup to match up against left-handed pitching; like Game 2 starter CC Sabathia of the New York Yankees.
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.
A deep dive into the 2017 Cleveland Indians 40-man roster to see just how they collected so much talent.
Now that the magic number for the Cleveland Indians is down to four with 16 games to play, Mike Hattery takes a look at how the ALDS roster might shake out.
The Cleveland Browns 2016 draft class is the foundation of the 2017 team. DeShone Kizer takes the early lead in the rookie quarterback department over Deshaun Watson. The Cleveland Indians win No. 18 in a row despite the constant injuries hitting the team.
The Cleveland Indians won their 15th straight game and the statistics in pitching and batting during it are unbelievable.
The Cleveland Browns are getting unfairly railed against for cutting Brock Osweiler, while the Cleveland Indians have called up two prospects that might not get much playing time in Greg Allen and Francisco Mejia. Making sense of it all.
The Cleveland Indians call up super-prospects Francisco Mejia & Greg Allen. WFNY leans on their internal experts Jim Pete and Mike Hattery to understand the implications.
The Cleveland Indians were left shocked when Jonathan Lucroy vetoed an agreed upon deal for the Tribe to acquire him from the Milwaukee Brewers. In hindsight, he did the team a favor.
As Major League Baseball’s trade deadline approaches on Monday, the Cleveland Indians have recently been linked to the St. Louis Cardinals as a potential suitor. According to reports, the Indians have had scouts showing up at recent games, although the specific players they’ve been scouting are somewhat a mystery. Okay, that’s not completely true. The
The Cleveland Indians are doing well, but don’t forget about the minor league prospects.
Opening Day at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario even if the Cleveland Indians are in Arlington Texas.
The Cleveland Indians positional previews roll on, this time with the boys from EHC discussing Cleveland Indians outfield prospects for the season.
The Cleveland Indians have a loaded roster with an obvious hole at center field. But, the options in-house might be good enough to get by there.
The Indians have benefited from the player development of hitters with high contact rate who have developed power. David Wallace discusses Greg Allen and Yandy Diaz who might be the next in line.
When Jason Kipnis burst upon the scene with the Cleveland Indians in 2011, experts and scouts predicted he had 20-homer upside. Part of this was based equally on an early four-game homer streak during his second big league week, and on his final full minor league season, in which he hit 18 home runs total,
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
Greg Allen has the high-end speed and improving plate discipline. Could the Rubberduck morph into the next Kenny Lofton?