The Cleveland Indians have done well in the AL Central Division with the Detroit Tigers coming to town. But, how well does a team typically need to do in the division to win it?
It’s the Friday after a July 4th-shortened week. Let’s send this weekend out with a bang.
The Cleveland Indians may not be scoring many runs as of late, but they’re sure racking up the (interestingly timed) children.
The Cleveland Indians were swept, at home, by the Minnesota Twins. How? Well, we have a few theories about it…
Kenny Lofton did not win the 1992 AL Rookie of the Year Award with the Cleveland Indians. 25 years later, it is quite obvious that he was robbed of the honor.
The Hot Sports Boys are not satisfied with pre-seasons, training camps or other non-real sports games. So what do they do? They fix it for us!
The Hot Sports Boys are once again fighting those fat cats in Washington! Not really. They’re discussing and dismantling the traditions of officiating sports.
WFNY’s Corey Barnes looks back at what the Indians have historically produced the year after a pennant.
ESPN’s Sam Miller asked an intriguing question about going back to using the eye test to determine the best players in MLB. WFNY attacks the question from another angle.
The Super Bowl left many commentators debating overtime rules. The last word, however, belongs to the Hot Sports Boys.
The Cleveland Indians are keeping in contact with Jose Bautista in free agency. What would that do to the roster and lineup?
The Cleveland Indians are coming off a World Series appearance. We’re reviewing the team position by position and the first one up is catcher.
When Jason Kipnis burst upon the scene with the Cleveland Indians in 2011, experts and scouts predicted he had 20-homer upside. Part of this was based equally on an early four-game homer streak during his second big league week, and on his final full minor league season, in which he hit 18 home runs total,
Getting there despite injuries and gambles, the Cleveland Indians’ run to the World Series is WFNY’s No. 2 story of 2016.
A look at the Cleveland Indians’ leverage heading into January while saying goodbye to two celebrities who December decided to take from us all.
Once again, somehow, the WFNY crew has given me control of today’s ‘While We’re Waiting.” I’m not sure what Michael Bode was thinking, but, since I’ve got the reigns, why not go crazy. The Cleveland Indians are going to be contenders for the World Series regardless, but they could make a few fairly easy moves
Greg Allen has the high-end speed and improving plate discipline. Could the Rubberduck morph into the next Kenny Lofton?
Small market teams like the Cleveland Indians were the big winners in the latest MLB CBA.
Game 2 of the ALDS is in the books and it was a gem from Corey Kluber’s shutout to Lonnie Chisenhall’s breakout performance. The Cleveland Indians lead the Boston Red Sox in the best-of-five series, 2 games to zero.
Utilizing Hamilton as a tool is an appropriate measure to glance back, while also looking to the path ahead for the Cleveland Indians.