The Cleveland Indians added some power on Wednesday night, securing Jay Bruce from the New York Mets. WFNY’s Jeff Nomina and Jim Pete discuss.
The WFNY YouTube channel is in full operational mode as the crew returns to talk about uber-prospect Francisco Mejia of the Cleveland Indians.
The Cleveland Indians entered the break up 2.5 games in the division and sporting the third-best run differential in the American League. The five Indian All-Stars then went on to make positive contributions for the AL squad as Jose Ramirez had two hits and a steal, Michael Brantley had a hit, Francisco Lindor made a
With Jason Kipnis set to begin the season on the DL, the Indians can’t go with Michael Martinez—can they?
Is Bradley Zimmer likely to contribute to the 2017 Cleveland Indians and what might Tribe fans expect from him?
The 2017 Cleveland Indians have a loaded lineup, outstanding bullpen, and a great group of starting pitchers. Which is the most dominant group?
The Cleveland Indians filled their biggest hole for 2017 when they signed center fielder Austin Jackson. Or, did they? WFNY’s Jeff Nomina and Michael Hattery debate.
The 2017 Cleveland Indians have a decision to make at catcher between Roberto Perez and Yan Gomes. WFNY’s Mike Hattery and Jeff Nomina debate the options.
Why the Cleveland Indians don’t have to make a push for Edwin Encarnacion, but should.
Why trade for Andrew McCutchen when you have Abe Almonte? Before you laugh that off, let WFNY’s Jeff Nomina explain.
The Cleveland Indians had many opportunities to make Game 5 a bit more interesting, but couldn’t capitalize when needed.
Apologies to the Cleveland Browns, but the Cleveland Indians’ World Series matchup with the Chicago Cubs takes precedent. The WFNY staff is ready to discuss.
Can Jose Ramirez be considered among the best third basemen in the American League? If his Age 23 numbers are any indication, the answer is yes.
Can the Cleveland Indians win the World Series? It would appear that the pieces are in place.
Already named the AL Player of the Month for May, Jason Kipnis has kept up the torrid pace at the plate to accompany excellent defense in the field to garner more prestigious consideration than mere player of the month awards. On Thursday, Sport Illustrated‘s Cliff Corcoran updated his AL MVP Award’s Watch to list Jason
This is the third occasion that I’ve had to welcome Joe Petrich from Something Involving a Monkey to come onto the podcast. Joe’s been a friend for a long time and he makes some of the most interesting music in the world with his band, including bass player BeZo and drummer, Ritz. The band is celebrating
Baseball is not broken. Baseball is as beautiful a sport as it has ever been. The art of hitting a baseball with an elongated, rounded bat has amazingly persevered through the generations as something that is worth attempting. The drama that builds during crucial games is incredible as every single pitch can have more meaning
After much speculation and reading of proverbial tea leaves, former Cleveland Indians DH Jason Giambi finally made it official and announced his retirement from Major League Baseball, releasing a statement to the New York Daily News. Giambi played the final two seasons of his career in Cleveland for the Indians where, despite a relative lack
Because who doesn’t want JB Shuck batting in the bottom of the ninth inning of a must-win game?
They hated each other. It was hardly a secret, from their days in the National League in the early 1960s. Gaylord Perry had been the talented pitcher of the San Francisco Giants; Frank Robinson, the five-tool outfielder of the Cincinnati Reds. The narrative came easily: the fiery, outspoken black child of the U.S. civil-rights era