WFNY’s Jim Pete discusses how Terry Francona handles spring training, and how April and May are months in which Francona continues to make roster decisions, with an eye on August and September. He also takes a look at a thread of questions that could relate to each other, starting with Michael Brantley’s health, and how it could domino in April.
WFNY’s Jim Pete takes a look at Jason Kipnis’s past, to help predict his future. Will Kipnis regain his All-Star form as the Indians’ second baseman, or will he find himself without a position again, and struggling to find his form after a bad 2017?
It was time for the Cleveland Indians.. Jason Kipnis’s Tribe, to take the final step. And then 2017 happened, and as far as steps go towards a World Championship, what’s the old saying…”one step forward, and two steps back?” Is Kipnis ready to right the ship?
As we take a moment to celebrate one of the truly great Americans in Martin Luther King Jr., let’s take a moment to honor one of his inspirations, the Cleveland Indians’ own Larry Doby.
The Indians remain quiet on the free agent front, and while they’re not likely to make a splash, Lorenzo Cain would be the type of impact player that would be a perfect target.
In 2013, a year after Haslam took ownership of the Browns, the FBI raided the office of Pilot/Flying J because it was believed that the Haslam-run corporation was allegedly creating a fraudulent rebate system to trucking companies. If you’ve bought tickets to any Browns game, you probably understand what the FBI was saying.
The value of Carlos Santana over the years can’t just be measured in pure numbers. His roster and line-up flexibility may have been the best in Major League baseball, and while that “stat” is hard to value, it has allowed the Indians to make moves other teams couldn’t.
Welcome to history, Corey Kluber. Our No. 6 story of 2017.
WFNY’s Jake Burns and Jim Pete discuss Star Wars: The Last Jedi, talking about the positives, and the minuses of the most anticipated flick of 2017.
Can the Cleveland Indians make a worthwhile offer to the Miami Marlins for Marcell Ozuna or Christian Yelich? WFNY takes a deep dive into both, and ponders what it will take to get either player into the friendly confines of Progressive Field.
Is Carlos Santana “mostly dead” to the Cleveland Indians? Is Terry Francona faultless because of his regular season winning, and near World Series championship? WFNY’s Jim Pete and Mike Hattery do what they do best, skirt the edges of what folks want to talk about regarding the Indians, and get to the real meat and potatoes of the Tribe’s hot stove season.
The Cleveland Indians are going to have to fork over a whole bunch of Lindor money, but how much? WFNY takes a look at Lindor’s possible extension, and a little about Greg Schiano as well…While We’re Waiting.
The Cleveland Indians financial plans likely include Carlos Santana’s potential 2018 salary, regardless of how the market plays out. The only questions remaining are whether or not he wants to come back, and whether or not the Indians want a five-year deal.
Michael Brantley has been part of the Cleveland Indians organization since CC Sabathia was sent to the Milwaukee Brewers. After nine seasons, is it time to say good-bye?
The Cleveland Indians ace starter Corey Kluber just makes everything so much better for everyone and everything else on the Tribe.
Kyrie Irving is forever the one who hit The Shot for the Cleveland Cavaliers and sometimes it is difficult to let a player go.
The Cleveland Indians took two games from the Royals this weekend, as Jay Bruce dominated offensively, and Trevor Bauer continued his best stretch of pitching since joining the Indians.
The Cleveland Indians traded a minor league reliever that will likely never make a Major League impact, for power hitting outfielder Jay Bruce. While the deal made a ripple in the Major League ocean, it could turn into a Tsunami of a trade on Cleveland’s North Coast if he continues to play the way he did in the first four months of the season.
The Cleveland Indians rolled through the Tampa Bay Rays with stout starting pitching, a dose of Jay Bruce, and the home run power of Edwin Encarnacion.
The Cleveland Indians are ready for the MLB trading deadline day and have a bunch of moves they could make.