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.
The Cleveland Indians need to target a starting pitcher before the trade deadline, but not just *any* starting pitcher.
The Indians reportedly offered Francisco Lindor $100 million this offseason—and he declined. WFNY discusses the next steps.
The Cleveland Indians have reportedly extended one of the breakout heroes of 2016, Jose Ramirez.
Erik Gonzalez may be the odds on favorite to land the Cleveland Indians’ utility spot, but it should belong to Yandy Diaz. Here’s why.
Even the Indians’ GM is surprised by the team’s offseason.
The 2017 Cleveland Indians have a hole in center field and might need a corner outfielder too if Michael Brantley cannot come back. The free agent market is thin, so here are the trade options.
Jose Bautista may be nearing a two-year deal with the Blue Jays, and that’s alright with WFNY’s Dan Harrington.
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.
According to Cleveland Plain Dealer beat writer and veteran of Indians media, Paul Hoynes, the Cleveland Indians are engaged in serious talks with the 33-year-old first baseman/designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion. Hoynes on Cleveland.com: The Indians are negotiation with free agent slugger Edwin Encarnacion about a multiyear deal. The deal might not happen. It might fall apart
Why trade for Andrew McCutchen when you have Abe Almonte? Before you laugh that off, let WFNY’s Jeff Nomina explain.
Could the Cleveland Indians trade for Pittsburgh’s Andrew McCutchen? More importantly, should the Cleveland Indians trade for Andrew McCutchen?
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.
The search for a utility man to replace Mike Aviles is underway.
If the Indians somehow make this happen…
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? ✔
The Indians have not made the playoffs since 2013 and have not won a playoff game since 2007. Here is a plan to change end those trends in 2016.