Jose Ramirez has not been himself in 2019. WFNY’s Joe Gerberry takes a look at what might be causing the issues
The WFNY staff came together and got the Roundtable out for Opening Day
Welcome to the WFNY 2019 Cleveland Indians preview series. Since we are an unconventional group, we are here to give you an unconventional preview. Some might be breakdowns of positions. Some might be position group battles. Some might be in depth character studies of the intricacies of the art of bunting…just kidding we hate bunts
Yandy Diaz was traded so that Jake Bauers can produce in the outfield for the Cleveland Indians. Will #IndiansTwitter fully accept this sacrifice?
The ability of the 2019 Cleveland Indians to compete in the postseason will require them to make it work in most of the categories described within.
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.
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.
The Indians made a flurry of moves. No frontline starter traded, but some interesting prospects added.
In what appeared to be more aptly explained as two separate deals than a three-way deal the Indians sent Yandy Diaz and Cole Sulser as part of a three-way trade to the Tampa Bay Rays in return for Jake Bauers. Many words have been spilled on WFNY footprint between Jim Pete, Michael Bode and myself
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.
The Cleveland Indians made a couple of bold moves in reshaping the 2019 roster.