I have long dreamed of getting my son to a baseball game in Cleveland. Friday night the dream came to fruition.
The Nail in the Coffin podcast looks into the Cleveland Indians bullpen implosion and offensive explosion in back to back days.
Josh Tomlin has been with the Cleveland Indians organization the longest of any player on the roster. Could that be changing soon and should it be changing soon? Jay Cannon investigates the Cowboy’s struggles.
The Cleveland Indians hit bullpen nadir on Tuesday night as a 4-0 victory turned into a 7-4 loss. The front office needs to do something immediately.
Just when you think you’ve heard it all — Terry Francona and Carl Willis team up for a miscommunication that potentially cost their ball club a game.
Whether you think Terry Francona’s message to Francisco Mejia this past weekend is right or wrong, the one thing that’s clear is that Mejia’s path from March to July has been as murky as it gets.
What kind of future does Shane Bieber have and does it help keep the Cleveland Indians contending window open for years to come?
The 2018 Cleveland Indians have quite the cast of characters on the roster, which might be why the potential upcoming faux-documentary starring The Muppets (and Terry Francona as himself) works so well.
The Columbus Clippers Francisco Mejia’s bat has been heating up the International League. How good has he been?
The Indians season has been a myriad of prolific starting pitching, Francisco Lindor and Jose Ramirez adulation, and a trail of utter sadness courtesy of the relief pitching corps. Beyond the mainstays, the trial runs have been collectively ineffective with the recent developing exceptions of Neil Ramirez and Oliver Perez. As the season tumbles towards
Just 5-foot-9, 165 pounds, Jose Ramirez is currently tied atop the MLB in home runs. (Yes, you read that right.)
Do the Indians need to make a move to grab a centerfielder, and remembering Dolores O’Riordan, the lead singer of The Cranberries.
The concept of pitch tunneling is not new, but no rotation in MLB might be better at it than the Cleveland Indians. Watch a big reason for their dominance.
Shane Bieber’s first two starts have been a mixed bag — a brief overview of where the rookie pitcher has found some success.
The enigmatic profile of Lonnie Chisenhall has befuddled even his biggest fans. The one certain thing he provides is value. Now, if we could just figure out how he is going to provide it in 2018.
Is Cody Allen breaking before us? WFNY’s Mike Hattery analyzes if he is or not.
WFNY’s Corey Barnes looks back at what was to prepare for the time coming with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Cleveland Indians completed their Rule IV Amateur draft on Wednesday night. Did you notice? Do you know who they added? Why doesn’t MLB care about marketing this event?
Indians target prep players early in MLB draft, with their first choice being Noah Naylor out of St. Joan of Arc Catholic in Ontario.
The Cleveland Indians have had a M*A*S*H* unit in the outfield the entire 2018 season. Now that players are returning to health, who should make the MLB squad?