Jason Kipnis is still a Cleveland Indian. What does this mean for everyone else?
Surprising projections for 2018 Cleveland Indians players from Fangraphs Steamer projection system for the Indians are detailed.
The decision to decide between a short-term World Series push and a long-term contention window is complex; especially for a small-market team. The Cleveland Indians are showing their cards as their patience demonstrates a current vision to hold that window open.
The Indians rattled off a winning streak to remember. It checks in at No. 2 on our top Cleveland sports moments of the year.
The value of Carlos Santana over the years can’t just be measured in pure numbers. His roster and line-up flexibility may have been the best in Major League baseball, and while that “stat” is hard to value, it has allowed the Indians to make moves other teams couldn’t.
Jose Ramirez was not only an AL MVP finalist but he also signed a contract extension ensuring the Cleveland Indians will have their star for the forseeable future.
Indians fans will benefit greatly from the contract of Jose Ramirez, which looks to be as team-friendly as could be imagined.
Shohei Ohtani is coming to MLB to play ball. Do the Cleveland Indians have a chance to sign him? WFNY’s Joe Gerberry explores their odds.
The Cleveland Indians trade value list is not a pure ranking based on ability but rather balancing skill, contract value, age, and expected value generation in the multi-year context.
Jose Ramirez, Corey Kluber, and Terry Francona announced as finalists for the BBWAA American League MVP, Cy Young, and Manager of the Year awards.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians are set to pay Jason Kipnis some substantial money, but no one knows where he fits on the baseball diamond. Can he regain his previous batting prowess and make Tribe fans not care where we need to shoehorn him in or should he be traded?
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.
The Cleveland Indians followed up a World Series appearance with an early exit. There’s only one thing you can call it.
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.
In 2017, Luis Severino made the leap from two-pitch, potential elite reliever type to top of the line, borderline Cy Young Contender. Despite the usual home run per fly ball issues that exist for a pitcher who calls Yankee Stadium home, Severino succeeded in adequately commanding and managing contact. Indeed, before Severino’s public meltdown in
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.
The Cleveland Indians match up well against right-handed pitching, which the New York Yankees lean heavily on in their rotation.
A disciplined approach by the Cleveland Indians offense should place them in a situation to take the upper hand in the ALDS.
Everything you need to know ahead of the ALDS if you have not been watching the 2017 Cleveland Indians.
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.