Waiting is tough, and waiting on your favorite teams are even harder. WFNY’s Frank Ryan covers the Browns, Cavs, and Indians on their waiting journeys.
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.
Does the recent success rate of veterans getting into the Hall of Fame increase Omar Vizquel’s chance of making Cooperstown?
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.
The guys answer listener questions on the Browns, sports movies, Tribe offseason and more
It’s kind of an off-season thanks to the Cavaliers, so we talk about some television.
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.
Whether the Indians trade Corey Kluber, or don’t trade Kluber, it sure feels like a win-lose scenario, either way.
The Indians have maneuvered themselves into a position where they could use some DH pop. Evan Gattis and Mike Moustakas are reasonable targets.
You might think you want an Official Red Ryder Carbine-Action Two-Hundred-Shot Range Model Air Rifle, but you’d shoot your eye out, kid. So, here is what you should be hoping to see under the Cleveland sports Christmas tree.
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?
People almost take for granted the incredible seasons of Francisco Lindor and Jose Ramirez…but there may not be a better duo in all of baseball.
The Indians made a flurry of moves. No frontline starter traded, but some interesting prospects added.
In the winter of 2017, the Indians signed Yonder Alonso coming off a career year to replace the exiting Carlos Santana. Just a year later the Indians have returned to stasis with Santana in the fold as well as Jake Bauers and Bobby Bradley waiting in the wings; Yonder Alonso became an $8 million afterthought.
On paper it would be easy to argue the Indians got worse by trading Edwin Encarnacion. In the game of baseball, it’s not so easy to make that conclusion.
The Cleveland Indians made a couple of bold moves in reshaping the 2019 roster.