The Cleveland Indians made a couple of bold moves in reshaping the 2019 roster.
Instead of droning on about ridiculous comments or tweets, the 2018 focus should reside on Trevor Bauer’s career-best season for the Cleveland Indians.
WFNY’s Jim Pete takes a long meandering stroll through the Indians rumored trade discussions with the Los Angeles Dodgers for their long-time ace, Corey Kluber
The 2019 Cleveland Indians have a current expected starting outfield of Jason Kipnis, Leonys Martin, and Greg Allen. Each a lottery ticket in terms of their potential output.
The 2019 Cleveland Indians are in a complex position with a litany of options at seemingly every turn; so let’s open up the mailbag.
You can reason that Gomes’ value will only diminish, which is fair, but sending him off for a duo that may or may not help you win next season leaves more questions than answers.
Gage Will takes a deep dive into what Daniel Johnson and Jefry Rodriguez could provide the Indians going forward, along with WFNY’s Will, Mike Hattery, and Jim Pete taking a dive into the trade in the EHC Podcast.
Can Omar Vizquel make the Hall of Fame? Will he at least survive past the first ballot?
Market limitations may force the Indians hand in trading Trevor Bauer, Corey Kluber, or Carlos Carrasco… Which one makes the most sense from an Indians perspective?
In an offseason where the most commonly exchanged cliche in Cleveland is “market constraints,” it appears the Indians are at a difficult crossroads. The team is faced with either running back the 2018 roster in 2019 minus Brantley and others, or attempting to thread the needle of dealing impactful players to strengthen the window beyond
In addition to the uniform news from the Tribe, the Indians also made a trade to fill in the back end of their bullpen. Could Chih-Wei Hu actually be useful in the bullpen?
The 2018 Cleveland Indians did not have to do much to dominate the AL Central Division and breeze into the ALDS, where they were summarily swept. The ease of the division though had nothing to do with the postseason result.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians were a fatally flawed team with multiple known areas of weakness being exposed greatly during the ALDS against the Houston Astros. If the Tribe is to compete for a World Series in 2019, they will have to improve. To do so, they must make a bold move.
The 2019 Cleveland Indians are desperate for more high-quality arms in their bullpen. Joe Kelly is coming off a dominant postseason. The match could make sense for everyone.
The Cleveland Indians will need some help to retool their outfield in the offseason. WFNY’s Mike Hattery looks at free agent superutility player Marwin Gonzalez and his candidacy and fit with the Tribe.
The Cleveland Indians continue to make the playoffs, but if they peaked in 2016 it might be one of the biggest disappointments in club history.
What’s it like to be a Cleveland fan after the elusive championship in 2016, the Indians’ destruction by the Astros, LeBron James’ departure, and the Browns’ most recent rock-bottom? Let us look to Wile E. Coyote for inspiration.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians fell short of a World Series championship. Well short. Are fans of the Tribe similar to Bigfoot hunters who are chasing after a prize they might never obtain?
Jacob Rosen makes a desperate plea for the Cleveland Indians to please, please invest in a better outfield prior to the 2019 MLB season.
Carlos Carrasco lives and dies with his breaking balls, which is what he needs to do to attack Astro hitters.