Not all offseason moves are headliners. Derek Dietrich is a small play that could pay dividends for the Cleveland Indians.
Last offseason, the Indians failed to address their bullpen. The bottom fell out of Cody Allen and Andrew Miller. They should avoid repeating history by signing David Robertson.
A seemingly barren free agent market is not without its gems. Should the Indians bet against the aging curve and pursue Jed Lowrie?
The Indians made a flurry of moves. No frontline starter traded, but some interesting prospects added.
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.
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 lukewarm stove heated up a bit on Wednesday afternoon. Rumors circulated that the Cleveland Indians and Boston Red Sox had discussed a deal in the framework of Edwin Encarnacion in exchange for Jackie Bradley Jr. WFNY’s own Joe Gerberry took a dive into that topic yesterday. Essentially, the Indians were interested in trading an aging above average hitting DH on a mediocre contract for a plus-plus defensive outfielder with an up and down hitting resume. Though Bradley Jr. has more upside than Encarnacion from a value perspective, the focal point of the trade seemed to be monetary.
The Cleveland Indians should explore a trade with the newly outfield heavy Milwaukee Brewers.
WFNY’s Gage Will and Joe Gerberry discuss the slow moving offseason and how it impacts the Cleveland Indians.
Carlos Santana has agreed to terms with the Philadelphia Phillies, adding to the list of departing Indians.
Notes on the hot stove: Shaw leaves for Colorado, Indians eye backup option for Santana, and more trade speculation about Kipnis and Salazar.
On Jose Abreu trade rumors and the Cleveland Indians third base plans.
The 2017 Cleveland Indians have great reason for optimism as WFNY breaks down their roster in great detail to find the weak spots.
As one of the “favorites” to land him, the Cleveland Indians reportedly have a multiyear deal on the table with free agent first baseman Edwin Encarnacion.
Could the Cleveland Indians trade for Pittsburgh’s Andrew McCutchen? More importantly, should the Cleveland Indians trade for Andrew McCutchen?
Both in terms of lineup depth and roster flexibility Matt Holliday is an upgrade over other cost-friendly free agency options for the Cleveland Indians.
The Cleveland Indians have announced that they have signed free agent first baseman David Cooper to a major league contract. The contract is reported to be for one year. Cooper, 26, was originally signed by Cleveland on August 13th and appeared in 13 games between the Tribe’s rookie Arizona League club and Triple-A Columbus to finish out
As first reported by the New York Daily News‘ Mark Feinsand, the Indians and Nick Swisher have agreed to a 4 year deal worth $56 million. BREAKING: Nick Swisher has agreed to a four-year, $56 million deal with the Indians. Vesting $14M option for a 5th year could make it $70M. — Mark Feinsand (@FeinsandNYDN)