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
Less than eight months after battling for his life, Leonys Martin gets to battle on baseball fields again. Regardless of any affiliation to team or sport, everyone should be cheering on Martin in 2019.
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.
Whether the Indians trade Corey Kluber, or don’t trade Kluber, it sure feels like a win-lose scenario, either way.
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.
Jacob Rosen makes a desperate plea for the Cleveland Indians to please, please invest in a better outfield prior to the 2019 MLB season.
Given the rumors of Bryce Harper to Cleveland amongst others, Leonys Martin was an underwhelming trade acquisition. Looking deeper into his swing path and batted ball profile gives cause for excitement, however.
The Indians have been active in the past in August waivers. That history shows it could happen again in 2018.
The Indians have traded middle infield prospect Willi Castro for Detroit Tigers center fielder Leonys Martin and starting pitcher Kyle Dowdy. The Indians have received little production from center field in 2018 with Bradley Zimmer, Greg Allen, and Rajai Davis all failing to produce that which would constitute league average production. Indians center fielders have
Do the Indians need to make a move to grab a centerfielder, and remembering Dolores O’Riordan, the lead singer of The Cranberries.