Cleveland Indians Archive

March 26, 2020

Life without sports and grappling with isolation; WFNY Roundtable

Sports can feel small in such times, but their importance is one aspect that binds the community together and another that helps give a joyful distraction from whatever else might be going on in life. Thursday was to be the Cleveland Indians Opening Day.
March 16, 2020

That’s my boy; an underdog story

Roberto Perez has been ignored throughout his career. It's time to appreciate him.
March 5, 2020

Christian Yelich, Francisco Lindor, and why the two have nothing to do with each other: While We’re Waiting

Christian Yelich is going to get paid in Milwaukee. What does that mean, if anything, for Francisco Lindor? Joe Gerberry returns to writing to answer that question.
March 2, 2020

What MLB does well: While We’re Waiting

Some of the positive aspects and trends of the direction Major League Baseball is taking the sport.
February 17, 2020

There can be only one: Limited-bat speedster

Greg Allen, Delino DeShields, and Bradley Zimmer are each fast, good defensive outfielders who have struggled at the plate; albeit for different reasons. Even with a 26-man roster, the Indians only have room for one. So, who will survive Spring Training cuts?
February 3, 2020

Tiresome but needed conversations about the Dolans

The Dolan ownership era of the Indians has been a complex arrangement between the fans and franchise since the purchase was finalized before the 2000 season.
January 23, 2020

Solar Flare; Or, An Appreciation of Mike Clevinger’s Fastball

WFNY's Mitchell Krall explains why Mike Clevinger’s fastball makes him close to untouchable in trade talks.
January 9, 2020

Hey Indians, please do something: While We’re Waiting

It's time for the Indians to maximize their time with Francisco Lindor by spending money in free agency and filling glaring holes on their roster, writes WFNY's Josh Poloha.
December 30, 2019

I Watched Every Emmanuel Clase Pitch—Here’s What I Found

Keeping in the Christmas spirit, when Indians fans saw Emmanuel Clase's cutter, their hearts grew three sizes that day