The Cleveland Indians offense appears to be missing Jason Kipnis and Lonnie Chisenhall. Here is where the Tribe sits without them in the lineup.
The Cleveland Indians right fielder Lonnie Chisenhall was lost to a calf injury just before the All-Star break. It is now revealed he will be headed to the DL and will miss some significant time.
Jason Kipnis described the AL Central division as shitty and who are any of us to argue. Let’s all be thankful the Indians reside in an eminently winnable division.
Death, taxes, and the Detroit Tigers whining.
The Houston Astros have been dominant, but the Cleveland Indians might be just the team to take them down in October.
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 lost to the Padres by a score of 1-0, and perhaps most striking, Jason Kipnis continued to hit lead off and stranded four runners on base.
The Cleveland Indians took care of the Detroit Tigers over the weekend. More important was Jose Ramirez’s continued ascension as he becomes a legit AL MVP Award candidate in early conversations.
The Cleveland Indians defeated the Texas Rangers, 5-3, but all anyone wanted to talk about was a couple of bunts.
The Texas Rangers blew a 9-2 lead as the Cleveland Indians turned a seven point deficit into a six point win.
The Cleveland Indians lost another series to the Kansas City Royals, but saved some face by destroying them on Sunday. Here is the video evidence of the theatrics.
The 2017 Cleveland Indians offense and starting pitching had struggled to start the season. Well, scratch off the offense as the runs have been more plentiful the past couple of weeks. Here’s how each Tribe player is helping.
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.
The Indians reportedly offered Francisco Lindor $100 million this offseason—and he declined. WFNY discusses the next steps.
WAR is a great way to value players in today’s age, but it may not fully quantify the value of Cleveland’s Jose Ramirez.
What are the Cleveland Indians going to do with their lineup once Jason Kipnis returns? WFNY digs in.
Recapping the Indians woes in their second consecutive in-division series loss, this time to the annoying Detroit Tigers.
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
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.
Opening Day at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario even if the Cleveland Indians are in Arlington Texas.