The Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Yankees are big market teams with the payrolls to go with it. They have leveraged that advantage into developing dominant teams, so why is there a growing backlash in the media to say they aren’t buying their way into the postseason?
Current sports mood? Go out to eat with a coach? Follow a player off the field? Oh, and sure, we’ll force a Browns question. What is the WFNY Staff thinking about right now?
I’m still processing the 2016 World Series, so this season’s abrupt and unexpected ending does not bode well for me.
The Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Danny Salazar had an under the radar amazing 2017 season in which he fixed many of the flaws he had previously.
The Cleveland Indians have many decisions to make with their roster in the upcoming offseason. For the first time in a generation, prominent corps players might leave the team via free agency.
The next patient will be related to this one, but may not bear as much physical resemblance or enjoy as robust a life.
The good news is that nothing can ever be worse than losing Game 7 of the World Series at home in extra innings. That’s about the only thing that is keeping me going today.
The Cleveland Indians followed up a World Series appearance with an early exit. There’s only one thing you can call it.
A look at Corey Kluber’s velocity issues on Friday night, and why they should not be a major concern in Game 5.
The Indians offense was almost non-existent in New York. Returning to Cleveland for a win-or-go-home Wednesday night, Cleveland needs to roll out their best possible lineup for Game 5. Here’s what we think it should look like.
Sometimes after a game it feels good to dive in the numbers and try to fully understand exactly what happened. Sometimes it just feels good to reach way deep down into your guts and let your feels out.
The Cleveland Indians have let the New York Yankees come back and even up the series in the ALDS. Indians fans have seen this story before. But this time it has to turn out different. Doesn’t it?
The Indians will have a close eye on Bauer in Game 4, with a fresh bullpen ready for duty.
The Cleveland Indians lost Game 3 of the ALDS to the New York Yankees, 1-0. It could change the series and the postseason fates for both teams. Or not. Either way, it was a good reminder for the Tribe that baseball isn’t supposed to come as easy as they have made it look.
ALDS Game 2 Video Preview: WFNY Video Shorts
It’s always fun to dissect and review these games, but there is also something to be said about the feelings and takeaways that happen right as the game ends.
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.
Terry Francona probably should never be questioned again. He will be questioned, but he probably shouldn’t be.
Whether it was Trevor Bauer’s dominate performance on the mound, Jay Bruce hitting in three runs, or Jason Kipnis’ diving catch in center field, the Indians dominated in their 4-0 win over the Yankees to take a 1-0 lead in the best-of-five series.
The Cleveland Indians match up well against right-handed pitching, which the New York Yankees lean heavily on in their rotation.