One of the issues for the 2018 Cleveland Indians is that they need less position player dead weight. One solution for this issue might already reside on the 25-man roster.
The 2018 Cleveland Browns expect to be more competitive but there are a ton of questions to answer in the starting lineup.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians are a good team, but if they want to be the best team at the end of the season, then the organization is going to need to start taking more risks.
Corey Kluber is among the best starting pitchers in 2018, Cleveland Indians franchise history, and is approaching overall MLB historical standards. However, is his production in the current season skewing too far ahead of his expected results?
Grading a draft directly afterwards is ridiculous. So, let’s grade the Cleveland Browns 2018 NFL Draft…
The Cleveland Indians Edwin Encarnacion has struggled mightily to start the 2018 season, so is it time to fear age is catching up to the slugger?
The NFL Draft and the Cleveland Browns have not mixed well in ages. But, the Browns have a historical accumulation of draft assets. How could they possibly screw it up this time? Well…
The Cleveland Browns have five selections in the first 65 picks in the 2018 NFL Draft. There is a wide variety of ways they could utilize those picks, so it is important to map out all of those options. Here we go Brownies, here we go…
MLB has seen an offensive explosion as more players are becoming adept at hitting the ball in the air. So, which members of the 2018 Cleveland Indians are hitting the ball in the air?
The Cleveland Indians can give their offense a boost– if they want to do it. Or, the Tribe can continue handicapping themselves with the bottom of their order.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians have some of the best players in MLB and here is a sampling of just how good they have been.
The 1999 quarterback class was the last time the NFL saw five quarterbacks selected within the first 12 picks of the draft. The 2018 NFL Draft could well match those numbers as there are teams such as the New York Jets already positioning themselves to take the passer of their choice. Here is how the two classes compare.
Yandy Diaz, Francisco Mejia, and Greg Allen get more hype about contributing to the 2018 Cleveland Indians, but what if they need a power-hitting first baseman? Well, the Tribe farm system has just what they need there too.
Former Cleveland Browns coaches had gathered in Indianapolis for a dinner to commiserate on their past experiences. WFNY has obtained the transcript from that meeting.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians have a ton of talent amassed on their outfield depth chart. Of course, all of the potential options have a huge variance in their expected production for this season. Here is where the team stands today.
The XFL is coming back into our lives. Hopefully, the league learned some valuable lessons about how to make the product more entertaining. So far, Vince McMahon has told us… well nothing.
WFNY would have never made it to 10 years without the support of our readership. Taking a step back to highlight and appreciate all of our readers, commentators and those who have read us through the years.
Discussions about Michael Brantley and Jason Kipnis should elicit wonder of their place in franchise history or excitement of future contributions towards what promises to be a World Series contending ballclub. However, instead, any positive memories or hope for the future from them has been displaced with anger, resentment, and frustration.
The MLB Hot Stove might have forgotten to stock wood up for the winter, but the 2018 Cleveland Indians are still going to be a fun baseball team. Just over a month until pitchers and catchers report!
The Carlos Santana era with the Cleveland Indians has ended. Everyone from Anderson Hernandez to Jerad Head to Giovanny Urshela has played with him. Here’s one more post to show our appreciation.