Welcome to the WFNY 2019 Cleveland Indians preview series. Since we are an unconventional group, we are here to give you an unconventional preview. Some might be breakdowns of positions. Some might be position group battles. Some might be in depth character studies of the intricacies of the art of bunting…just kidding we hate bunts
Yandy Diaz was traded so that Jake Bauers can produce in the outfield for the Cleveland Indians. Will #IndiansTwitter fully accept this sacrifice?
The Cleveland Indians didn’t crumble under pressure in 2018—that’s just not in their DNA.
Less than eight months after battling for his life, Leonys Martin gets to battle on baseball fields again. Regardless of any affiliation to team or sport, everyone should be cheering on Martin in 2019.
Carlos Santana is back with the 2019 Cleveland Indians and it is a beautiful thing. Here’s why.
Indians owner Paul Dolan gave an interview to Mlb.com’s Anthony Castrovince last week, in which he was slammed for some of the comments he made. Dolan has had bad optics issues for a long time, and WFNY’s Joe Gerberry gives some pointers.
Podcast news abounds at WFNY. The Dery Brothers Tribecast is right here on our channels!
Mike Trout, Tyler Naquin—what’s the difference?
The ability of the 2019 Cleveland Indians to compete in the postseason will require them to make it work in most of the categories described within.
A look back at a nostalgic promotion from the 2003 Cleveland Indians.
The most likely future role for Jordan Luplow’s career is that of a platoon outfielder or quality bench bat, and I doubt the Cleveland Indians see it much differently. At the same time, Luplow possesses an upside that’s easy to dream on.
The Indians had an offseason of bad optics and fan interest has waned. Should we be more excited for 2019?
The 2019 Cleveland Indians have an issue figuring out who will be the starting outfielders. The root of the issue rests in the evaluation of draft prospects for the outfield since 1994. It is worse than you could imagine.
With the news that Francisco Lindor will be on the shelf to start the season, could ut actually be ok that he misses some time? Joe Gerberry breaks down the replacements and why it might be good for Mr. Smiles to sit for a bit.
Nick Wittgren used to be a Miami Marlin. Now, he’s a Cleveland Indian, and he will contribute to the bullpen in 2019. Should you want to learn more about him, this article is just for you!
Hand-wringing is in fashion this offseason when discussing the 2019 Cleveland Indians. Let’s not forget this is still an incredible and fun team.
The Indians haven’t done as much this offseason as many have hoped. But, as Cleveland’s most trustworthy franchise, maybe we should trust them.
Months removed from a disastrous ALDS showing, Corey Kluber looks to rebound in 2019. There are three areas that will highlight his ability to do so.
You may or may not know who these pitchers are. Either way, they’re set to make a big difference for the Indians in 2019.
In his debut article on WFNY, Mitchell Krall names Yandy Diaz baseball’s Mr. Incredible and discusses what could have been for the former Cleveland Indian.