It’s like “Major League” but with a horrible ending.
The Cleveland Indians signed center fielder Austin Jackson to a minor league deal.
Rajai Davis has signed with the Oakland Athletics, but the memories of Game 7 of the 2016 World Series will live forever with fans of the Cleveland Indians.
Rajai Davis heads back to the A’s after spending one heck of a year in Cleveland.
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,
Lucy has the football all teed up, so it is just a matter of kicking it for any Cleveland Indians fan. Just make sure to get that contract notarized this time, OK?
Jon Steiner is a rambling man and there is just no other way to describe what happened in Game 7 of the World Series between the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs.
The Cleveland Indians return home up 3-2 in the World Series. The Tribe has two opportunities to clinch, but there is a familiar vibe around the team that needs to be addressed as we await those opportunities.
With a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven World Series, Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona has made a major shakeup ahead of Game 4 against the Chicago Cubs Saturday night: For the first time this postseason, he has decided to bench first baseman Mike Napoli. Instead, Carlos Santana – who started in left field in Game
Are you old school, a cowboy, a hipster, or something else entirely? Well, the 2016 Cleveland Indians have just the player for you.
The Cleveland Indians head to Canada to take on the Toronto Blue Jays in Game 3. WFNY is here to breakdown the matchup with the starting pitcher Marcus Stroman.
The Cleveland Indians have a 2-0 lead over the Toronto Blue Jays in the ALCS as the series shifts to Canada.
The Cleveland Indians may not have the power that the Toronto Blue Jays boast, but their speed could be the difference maker in the ALCS.
The Cleveland Indians kept the magic alive with their three-game sweep of the Boston Red Sox in the ALDS, but it wasn’t without drama. WFNY digs in.
The Cleveland Indians were supposed to be a pitching-first team, but if 2016 showed us anything, it’s that baseball is an incredibly random sport and that outcomes are not always rooted in initial expectations.
The Cleveland Indians are in the postseason, but it will take more than their once-vaunted rotation if they plan on winning. WFNY looks at the other variables.
The midges were back and so was winning baseball for the Cleveland Indians as Carlos Carrasco, Mike Napoli, and Brandon Guyer helped beat the Houston Astros, 6-5.
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.
Cleveland Indians pitcher Josh Tomlin doesn’t allow walks, but home run balls have proven to be a nightmare for the Tribe’s chances at winning games of late.