Jacob Rosen riffs on the latest updates in the baseball world, including Indians free agency, Giancarlo Stanton, Shohei Ohtani, and the Baseball Hall of Fame.
The Cleveland Indians financial plans likely include Carlos Santana’s potential 2018 salary, regardless of how the market plays out. The only questions remaining are whether or not he wants to come back, and whether or not the Indians want a five-year deal.
How big of an impact will Isaiah Thomas have on the Cavaliers upon his return? ESPN.com’s NBA crew was somewhat skeptical. WFNY’s Jacob Rosen is a bit more excited.
It’s probably not a coincidence that Jimmy Haslam sold his family’s business just a few weeks prior to former employees going on trial for a fraud scheme.
The Cleveland Indians managed to change the landscape of offseason budget utilization throughout baseball. Marc Rzepczynski and others owe him a giant thank you.
As one of the “favorites” to land him, the Cleveland Indians reportedly have a multiyear deal on the table with free agent first baseman Edwin Encarnacion.
Why the Cleveland Indians don’t have to make a push for Edwin Encarnacion, but should.
Both in terms of lineup depth and roster flexibility Matt Holliday is an upgrade over other cost-friendly free agency options for the Cleveland Indians.
Mike Napoli is having a career season with the Cleveland Indians, but WFNY looks at why extending him beyond 2016 could be a dangerous proposition.
Trevor Bauer was unhittable until the sixth inning as the White Sox hung seven runs on the Cleveland Indians. But what does this mean for the playoffs?
The inarguable competence of the Indians front office — the way they’ve built a lethal, low-priced rotation and a stable core — is actually what makes events like the Jackson non-signing all the more frustrating.
The Indians added another veteran bullpen arm in Dan Otero and DFA’d Jerry Sands to make room on the 40-man roster.
To clear room for Rajai Davis, the Cleveland Indians designated Chris Johnson for assignment. He’s still owed $17.5 million.
The Indians continued a busy 24 hours of free agency by signing veteran left-handed reliever Joe Thatcher. You can never have too much pitching.
After the Cleveland Indians signed Mike Napoli, they followed it up with the signing of outfielder Rajai Davis. It’s a solid, albeit not very sexy move.
Cory Luebke was once an up-and-coming lefty ace with the San Diego Padres. Could be make a comeback in relief with the Indians?
Does Rajai Davis get you excited for the 2016 Indians? He would actually be a quite helpful signing, at the right price.
In a small move, the Cleveland Indians claimed OF Joey Butler from the Tampa Bay Rays. Infamously, Butler broke up Carlos Carrasco’s no-hit bid in July.
The Cleveland Indians are reportedly showing “intense” interest in free agent outfielder Shane Victorino, formerly of the Red Sox and Phillies.
Right handed? ✔ Power hitter? ✔ Killer beard? ✔