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 are in a complex position with a litany of options at seemingly every turn; so let’s open up the mailbag.
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?
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.
Corey Kluber wasn’t an ace and Terry Francona played bullpen musical chairs. Indians drop Game 1 to Astros.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians might be the team to break the 70 year championship drought, so here is everything you need to know about them.
The Nail in the Coffin guys have on former Indians social media director Joel Hammond on to talk Tribe as the playoffs begin in Cleveland.
How much optimism is warranted for Indians fan as the MLB playoffs begin? Jacob Rosen examines why it might be more than you think.
The Houston Astros rival the Cleveland Indians in offensive prowess, but they do have a weakness. That weakness and how the Indians might be the perfect team to exploit it are explained here by WFNY’s Gage Will.
The Indians will have to allocate their pitchers wisely in the ALDS against the Houston Astros.
Carlos Carrasco: Always under-appreciated and always hurling breaking balls. How he has maintained success through the aging curve.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians were expected to win the AL Central division and they have not disappointed. September might seem a droll for a team already slotted into the postseason, but there are important things to watch.
Corey Kluber gave up three runs to the Red Sox, but there was something in the box score that looked a little more like the dominant Cy Young winner that he was in 2017.
Leaning on a slider that is inducing whiffs at an alarming clip, Trevor Bauer is ready to battle for the Cy Young award over the next seven weeks.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians have not made things easy for themselves despite being gifted one of the worst divisions to compete against this century.
The Indians are investing in a team that’s worth it.
It’s a Nail podcast midsummer tradition: Tribe fan extraordinaire (and WFNY alum!) T.D. Dery is back on the show to discuss the state of the Indians coming out of the All-Star break. The guys look back on how the team seized control of the AL Central in the first half of the year, Jose Ramirez putting together
The Waiting For Next Year staff got together and crafted a roundtable chock full of insight into what the Cleveland Indians did in the first half and what they can be expected to do in the second.