Jose Ramirez has not been himself in 2019. WFNY’s Joe Gerberry takes a look at what might be causing the issues
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.
The WFNY staff came together and got the Roundtable out for Opening Day
If he’s healthy, there’s few better. WFNY’s Jay Cannon breaks down the Tribe 5-foot-9, cold-blooded killer, Jose Ramirez.
The Indians had an offseason of bad optics and fan interest has waned. Should we be more excited for 2019?
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.
The Indians have maneuvered themselves into a position where they could use some DH pop. Evan Gattis and Mike Moustakas are reasonable targets.
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 Cleveland Indians will need some help to retool their outfield in the offseason. WFNY’s Mike Hattery looks at free agent superutility player Marwin Gonzalez and his candidacy and fit with the Tribe.
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 Nail in the Coffin guys have on former Indians social media director Joel Hammond on to talk Tribe as the playoffs begin in Cleveland.
The Game 1 matchup is set: the Cleveland Indians will take on old foe Justin Verlander. WFNY’s Mike Hattery has your in-depth pitcher preview.
Jose Ramirez slumped at the wrong time in 2017. A late season 2018 slump is mildly worrisome but the safer bet is on the hitting savant being productive in the 2018 playoffs.
The MLB Playoffs are a totally different animal than the regular season. WFNY’s Playoff Chess previews highlight the lineup construction that should take place against left-handed pitchers in the playoffs.
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 Cleveland Indians Jose Ramirez has transformed himself into one of the Top 5 hitters in baseball as he continues to evolve in the batter’s box.
The Cleveland Indians Francisco Lindor and Jose Ramirez are two of the most marketable star players the city has ever had play for a local ballclub. So, why isn’t anyone doing anything about it?
Jose Ramirez is making history with his huge 2018 season. How big of a season is it already? You’ll likely be surprised.
It’s a Nail podcast midsummer tradition: Tribe fan extraordinaire (and WFNY alum!) T.D. Dery is back on the show to discuss the state of the Indians coming out of the All-Star break. The guys look back on how the team seized control of the AL Central in the first half of the year, Jose Ramirez putting together
The Waiting For Next Year staff got together and crafted a roundtable chock full of insight into what the Cleveland Indians did in the first half and what they can be expected to do in the second.