Michael Brantley took a year and a half—including two surgeries—to come back from his shoulder injury. Did the Cleveland Indians receive an improved hitter?
WAR is a great way to value players in today’s age, but it may not fully quantify the value of Cleveland’s Jose Ramirez.
The latest from the EHC crew dives into Terry Francona and the month of April while touching on a few other items.
The Arizona Diamondbacks disposed of the Cleveland Indians in three straight to take the Tribe to .500 as they head home.
The Indians’ loss on Friday night officially ends the team’s chances at winning a World Series.
How is it possible that the public opinion surrounding Yandy Diaz is so different from words coming out of Goodyear?
Jim Pete steps in for this Wednesday’s “While We’re Waiting” to talk Michael Brantley and Van Halen.
The Cleveland Indians positional previews continue! We’re up to the starting rotation.
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.
The Cleveland Indians have several options for their utility infield spot, and WFNY’s Michael Hattery explains who should get the nod. (Spoiler Alert: It’s not the guy in the picture.)
The Arizona Wildcats and Cleveland Indians have deep ties both currently and historically. Add another as the Wildcats baseball team recreates scenes from the movie Major League.
Stop the idea of signing sub-standard veterans. The 2017 Cleveland Indians will be fine without them.
The Cleveland Indians bullpen is elite from Andrew Miller and Cody Allen all the way down to the competition for the last remaining spots on the Opening Day roster.
The Cleveland Indians managed to change the landscape of offseason budget utilization throughout baseball. Marc Rzepczynski and others owe him a giant thank you.
Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona named BBWAA 2016 AL Manager of the Year Award winner.
After a wild, passionate, spilling-into-the-streets, neighbors-shut-their-windows-it’s-so-loud love affair, we awoke to “We need to talk.”
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
The winds were blowing out, but it would be Terry Francona who would continue to pull all of the right strings in the Indians 1-0 victory over the Chicago Cubs in Game 3 of the 2016 World Series.
The Cleveland Indians best hitter in 2016 was Carlos Santana, but both he and Mike Napoli cannot play first base. With the NL forcing pitchers into the batter’s box, will Santana roam left field?
The Indians and Cavaliers have dueling historic nights in downtown Cleveland. Brian Spaeth jumps on the podcast to discuss them both.