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.
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.
Though historically great and beloved by Cleveland faithful, Omar Vizquel’s Hall of Fame candidacy falls just short.
Bryan Shaw is gone. Joe Smith might follow. Here are a few bargain options in the relief pitching market this offseason.
Jose Ramirez, Corey Kluber, and Terry Francona announced as finalists for the BBWAA American League MVP, Cy Young, and Manager of the Year awards.
The Astros usage of Chris Devenski offers a blueprint for how the Indians should utilize Danny Salazar.
The Indians might lose Carlos Santana in free agency, so WFNY took a peek into some viable external replacements.
A look at Corey Kluber’s velocity issues on Friday night, and why they should not be a major concern in Game 5.
The Indians will have a close eye on Bauer in Game 4, with a fresh bullpen ready for duty.
Identifying a few areas in which Trevor Bauer can be successful against the New York Yankees.
Tom Petty helps Indians fans decide who to pull for in the American League Wildcard showdown between the Minnesota Twins and New York Yankees.
There are a couple understandable concerns with Kipnis and Tomlin heading into the playoffs. Fans of the Cleveland Indians are correct about questioning Terry Francona on them.
Important items to watch from Andrew Miller’s performances over the final week of the season.
Clevinger should be the 4th starter in October, but his usage should be closely monitored.
Winning streak is over, but the Indians are just beginning to tap into the value of its three stars. Via @GageWill13
The 2017 Cleveland Indians have an advantage over the 2002 Oakland Athletics in all aspects of the game.
Polarizing as ever, a familiar face in the Cleveland Indians bullpen returns to form.