The Cleveland Indians defeated the Minnesota Twins, 6-2, to complete a sweep, and it is important to take some special care to point out Carlos Santana, Trevor Bauer, and Cody Allen’s contributions.
The Cleveland Indians defeated the Minnesota Twins, 3-1 in a tense, action-filled game. However, WFNY’s Michael Bode had a new-found appreciation for each swing due to his sit-down discussion with Hitterish.com owner Sean T. Plouffe.
The 2016 Cleveland Indians need Mike Clevinger to be their 1997 Jaret Wright for the upcoming MLB postseason.
The 2016 Cleveland Indians were supposed to have an elite defense. Instead, it has been good. But, has it been good enough?
Nerding out with WFNY’s Michael Bode about the cold weather baseball.
Josh Tomlin stunk again, but the Cleveland Indians bullpen picked him up and the offense did enough to beat the Minnesota Twins. So, let’s focus on the bullpen.
The Cleveland Indians once again managed to score just one run, but when the other team doesn’t score at all, things aren’t so bad.
The Cleveland Indians lost to the Minnesota Twins, again. This time, it was 13-5. More importantly, there is a disconnect between fans and WFNY is here to dig into what it all might mean.
The Cleveland Indians lost for the seventh time in eleven meetings to the woeful Minnesota Twins. It is time to have an intervention.
With Michael Brantley on the DL, the Cleveland Indians (once again) drop two of three game against the Minnesota Twins.
In a third straight game decided by one run, the Cleveland Indians salvaged their series with the Twins, as the beleaguered bullpen held on for a 6-5 win.
Codies Anderson and Allen were both hit very hard in 6-5 walk-off loss to the Minnesota Twins.
Bad luck hits Danny Salazar and the Cleveland Indians as the Minnesota Twins win 4-3 with an Oswaldo Arcia walk-off home run.
What is the toughest division in MLB? The AL East made that claim for years with many big-budget teams including the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox winning multiple World Series titles. The NL Central has a strong case with three top tier teams in the Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, and Pittsburgh Pirates
On that “four-day march to the slaughterhouse.”
Where “It’s only April” morphs in to potentially falling just short.
Frustrating. I believe the word of the day, of the series, of the season is frustrating. A day after the Minnesota Twins scored all of their runs in an umpire-aided inning, the Twins scored all of their runs in one inning again. And similarly, the runs from one inning were enough to stay ahead of the
When one pitch really does make the difference.
One week after drubbing the Twins to the tune of 34 runs in a three game series in Cleveland, the increasingly confident Indians traveled to Minneapolis for an encore performance and wound up with more of a disappointing, Caddyshack II style sequel. With Jason Kipnis and Michael Brantley out of the lineup — à la
Since CLE is no longer a hub airport, getting from Point A to Point B on family trips often involves an intervening stop in Minneapolis. It couldn’t be simply a coincidence of my flight paths that I have noticed a surprisingly large number of baseball diamonds on the approaches to, and departures from, MSP. They