The Indians’ offense has been a snore, but a two-headed beast of Francisco Lindor and regression should do wonders for the remainder of the year.
Mike Clevinger was an essential part of the 2019 Cleveland Indians. So, now that he is gone for months, can the Tribe figure out how to cover up his loss?
Much is made of the Cleveland Indians TV deal, but Craig wonders if we haven’t been looking at it all wrong.
So it’s odd to see one of the game’s premiere pull hitters, with that long, violent swing, increase his Oppo% by 200% in two years. Even nine games into the season, that has to mean something. The only question is what.
There are no guarantees in baseball. Well, there are three outcomes the batter can rely on as Hanley Ramirez has shown with the 2019 Cleveland Indians.
This weekend marks the 30th anniversary of ‘Major League’ hitting theaters. The Nail guys look back at the Cleveland classic.
Does the first week doom the 2019 Cleveland Indians or are people falling for fundamental attribution error? The only way to know is to read this article.
Twitter is a popular forum for many of our scribes to pen their quick reactions and thoughts about the 2019 Cleveland Indians; some of which become the basis for future columns.
Tyler Naquin has not had an easy go of things to start the season. Is there much hope left or could we be seeing his last days in a Tribe uni?
There’s no reason for any divide between Cleveland sports fans among the three teams. Now is the time to just enjoy them all.
The Nail in the Coffin podcast returns to talk about how we all talk about the Tribe today on home opener Monday
Corey Kluber was sharp in his first outing of the 2019 Cleveland Indians season. Here is a look through what looked a bit different– including a really different pitch– from Opening Day compared to 2018.
Other rotations can match the Tribe’s at its peak, but none can match it in terms of its depth from top to bottom.
After traveling out of Ohio for Spring Break, Craig has come to find that the new look Browns are popular even outside of Browns territory.
The real Jason Kipnis was last seen during the ninth inning in Game 7 of the 2016 World Series. Can the veteran infielder get back to those ways three seasons later?
With the Cleveland Indians season just around the corner, Andrew Schnitkey has questions and Michael Bode has answers. These are the ten burning questions from a casual baseball fan’s perspective.
The Indians cut payroll this winter and out went Yan Gomes – one of the more significant and surprising departures of the offseason – in exchange for a pair of controllable prospects and a sense of uncertainty at a once reliable catcher position. In an age of catcher-by-committee’s, the Indians will surely follow suit. Roberto
If only the Fake Paul Dolan would replace the Real Paul Dolan from a public relations standpoint.
The Cleveland Indians didn’t crumble under pressure in 2018—that’s just not in their DNA.
Carlos Santana is back with the 2019 Cleveland Indians and it is a beautiful thing. Here’s why.