WFNY’s Gage Will and Joe Gerberry discuss the slow moving offseason and how it impacts the Cleveland Indians.
Carlos Santana has agreed to terms with the Philadelphia Phillies, adding to the list of departing Indians.
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.
Notes on the hot stove: Shaw leaves for Colorado, Indians eye backup option for Santana, and more trade speculation about Kipnis and Salazar.
Indians fans will benefit greatly from the contract of Jose Ramirez, which looks to be as team-friendly as could be imagined.
On Jose Abreu trade rumors and the Cleveland Indians third base plans.
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 next patient will be related to this one, but may not bear as much physical resemblance or enjoy as robust a life.
Sometimes after a game it feels good to dive in the numbers and try to fully understand exactly what happened. Sometimes it just feels good to reach way deep down into your guts and let your feels out.
The Cleveland Indians face Sonny Gray and the New York Yankees in Game 1 of the ALDS tonight and we sat down with Mike Hattery to discuss the match-up.
Jacob Rosen shares his favorite stats so far from the Cleveland Indians’ historic 21-game winning streak.
WFNY’s Jacob Rosen shares the detailed stats on the 2017 attendance surge for the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field.
The Cleveland Indians split their home series with the Colorado Rockies after blowing a ninth inning lead but don’t let that distract you from the release of the nicknames for the upcoming player’s weekend.
The Cleveland Indians added relief pitcher Joe Smith and it will be a homecoming for the Ohio native.
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!