The Cleveland Indians are ready to put the 2017-2018 Hot Stove season behind them…and newsflash…they’re going to be really good. Take a “quick” and somewhat fun look with WFNY’s Jim Pete, at what the Indians look like to start the year off.
The Nail In The Coffin guys talked to mlb.com’s Anthony Castrovince about Opening Day with the Indians
Francisco Mejia could prove to be a valuable part of the Indians’ active roster. WFNY’s Jim Pete wonders if it will be as a catcher, an outfielder, or will the Indians be patient with their next potential superstar?
Francisco Mejia’s positional uncertainty. The new Tyler Naquin. Minor league plate appearance dispersion. And more. The third installment of the Corner of Hot Takes and Ontario podcast.
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.
WFNY’s Mike Hattery draws out a road map for the Cleveland Indians to follow as a guide to future World Series beyond 2018.
We know that Chris Antonetti has come out and said that Cleveland is pretty much out of the market for any more free agents, having spent what little money they have on the Michael Brantley option and signing free agent Elevation Revelation connoisseur Yonder Alonso. That doesn’t mean we can’t speculate what can happen in
Can the Cleveland Indians make a worthwhile offer to the Miami Marlins for Marcell Ozuna or Christian Yelich? WFNY takes a deep dive into both, and ponders what it will take to get either player into the friendly confines of Progressive Field.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians might have more catcher depth than they bargained to have with Roberto Perez and Yan Gomes at MLB, but Eric Haase and Francisco Mejia attempting to knock down the wall to get there too. Should the Indians trade Gomes?
The Cleveland Browns are getting unfairly railed against for cutting Brock Osweiler, while the Cleveland Indians have called up two prospects that might not get much playing time in Greg Allen and Francisco Mejia. Making sense of it all.
The Cleveland Indians call up super-prospects Francisco Mejia & Greg Allen. WFNY leans on their internal experts Jim Pete and Mike Hattery to understand the implications.
The Cleveland Indians were left shocked when Jonathan Lucroy vetoed an agreed upon deal for the Tribe to acquire him from the Milwaukee Brewers. In hindsight, he did the team a favor.
The WFNY YouTube channel is in full operational mode as the crew returns to talk about uber-prospect Francisco Mejia of the Cleveland Indians.
Francisco Mejia and Tristan McKenzie are the two best trade chips the Cleveland Indians have. They are also key components at keeping the World Series window open longer than 2018.
The 2017 Cleveland Indians have had some up and down starting pitching after Corey Kluber and Carlos Carrasco. There will be quite a few options available to fill out the bottom of the rotation, but are there any affordable upgrades?
Mike Hattery spent the early Friday evening talking hitting with rising Indians prospect Eric Haase. Haase then added two more home runs Friday night for the Akron Rubberducks.
Thomas Pannone is going to be on most every Indians top rising prospect list soon, so WFNY’s Mike Hattery beat the crowds by watching his first start for the Akron Rubberducks.
Recapping the Indians woes in their second consecutive in-division series loss, this time to the annoying Detroit Tigers.
The Cleveland Indians are doing well, but don’t forget about the minor league prospects.
Francisco Mejia’s streak came to a close at 50 games, but it was a wild ride to get there.