The Indians have always been good at moving players in and through their organization. WFNY’s Joe Gerberry looks at The Shuffle for this weekend and preps you for the possible roster moves.
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?
The 2019 Cleveland Indians have an issue figuring out who will be the starting outfielders. The root of the issue rests in the evaluation of draft prospects for the outfield since 1994. It is worse than you could imagine.
The 2019 Cleveland Indians have a current expected starting outfield of Jason Kipnis, Leonys Martin, and Greg Allen. Each a lottery ticket in terms of their potential output.
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.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians were a fatally flawed team with multiple known areas of weakness being exposed greatly during the ALDS against the Houston Astros. If the Tribe is to compete for a World Series in 2019, they will have to improve. To do so, they must make a bold move.
The Cleveland Indians begin the playoffs tonight. Could these players end up being Impact X-Factors for the team as they roll into Houston?
The 2018 Cleveland Indians might be the team to break the 70 year championship drought, so here is everything you need to know about them.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians need outfielder Greg Allen on their postseason roster. The good news is that manager Terry Francona appears to recognize as much.
Now that football has started, it’s easy to forget that baseball is still going on. Here is a late-season check in on the storylines for the last few weeks of the regular season.
The Indians’ acquisition of Josh Donaldson leaves Jason Kipnis without a position — mapping out a plan for his playing time heading towards October.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians were expected to win the AL Central division and they have not disappointed. September might seem a droll for a team already slotted into the postseason, but there are important things to watch.
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.
LeBron James nearly surpassed Michael Jordan in career NBA MVP Award shares this season. He’ll likely pass MJ with just one more season. That and more in Jacob Rosen’s latest version of The Boots.
Monday brought day of weird roster moves and a return to dominance for Cookie Carrasco, as told by WFNY’s Joe Gerberry
Thanks to Jason Kipnis and Grayson Fortuna, this past weekend was yet another reminder that sports are just a game and there are far more important things in life than who wins and loses.
One of the issues for the 2018 Cleveland Indians is that they need less position player dead weight. One solution for this issue might already reside on the 25-man roster.
With Tuesday night’s questionable lineup, WFNY’s Josh Poloha calls out Terry Francona for some questionable decisions he’s made over the last year and a half.
The Cleveland Indians have somehow had a fantastic beginning of the season while also being borderline unwatchable at times. WFNY’s Joe Gerberry investigates both the good news and bad news for the Tribe.
Jason Kipnis stock in 2018 has more ups and downs than Wall Street. Checking out the underlying numbers of his performance show it is time to buy.