The Cleveland Indians have what should be a strong rotation, but there are some worrisome points with it too.
The Cleveland Indians positional previews continue! We’re up to the starting rotation.
Despite being big favorites in the AL Central division, the 2017 Cleveland Indians still have a bunch of worrisome items to track.
It’s tough to “STICK TO SPORTS” when the lines continue to blur.
With pitchers and catchers reporting in roughly one month, the Cleveland Indians are locking up a few arms in advance of arbitration.
Was the fate of the 2016 Cleveland Indians predetermined? Was LeBron James tipped off to what would happen back in April? And, what the heck does Chris Andersen have to do with anything?
The Cleveland Indians had many opportunities to make Game 5 a bit more interesting, but couldn’t capitalize when needed.
The Chicago Cubs returned volley on the Cleveland Indians as they evened the series at 1-1 after a 5-1 victory in Game 2 of the World Series.
Are you old school, a cowboy, a hipster, or something else entirely? Well, the 2016 Cleveland Indians have just the player for you.
Trevor Bauer pitched less than an inning after his pinky opened up and bled everywhere. Some people are simply mad at him, but, with Trevor, it is always more complicated.
Trevor Bauer’s hand exploded, but Terry Francona’s masterful use of the bullpen gave the Cleveland Indians a 3-0 series lead over the Blue Jays in the ALCS. WFNY’s Jon Steiner recaps in live blog fashion.
As statistical forecasts for the 2016 Cleveland Indians vary, the X-Factor may very well be a 25-year-old wunderkind from North Hollywood, California.
The Cleveland Indians Game 1 ALDS starter Trevor Bauer will have his hands full with the Boston Red Sox lineup. In particular, Mookie Betts and David Ortiz. WFNY breaks down the matchups.
No judgement here from WFNY as we help you ramp up on what to know about the 2016 Cleveland Indians as they get ready to host the Boston Red Sox in the ALDS.
What a final day of the regular season it was in the MLB. With all games starting at 3 p.m. EST, there was plenty on the line for a handful of teams around the league. Whether it was trying to be one of the two wild card teams in both the American League and National League
Trevor Bauer went 7 2/3 innings while Jose Ramirez and Coco Crisp did it at the plate as the Tribe’s magic number trims to three.
The Cleveland Indians may be without two starting pitchers, but their elite bullpen is more than primed to play a substantial role in the MLB postseason.
Cleveland Indians beat writer Paul Hoynes wrote a column saying the team has no shot in the playoffs. The team did not take too kindly.
Trevor Bauer was unhittable until the sixth inning as the White Sox hung seven runs on the Cleveland Indians. But what does this mean for the playoffs?
The Cleveland Indians once again managed to score just one run, but when the other team doesn’t score at all, things aren’t so bad.