Expectations are messy. They basically put a picture in the brains of fans that things are owed to them. The perception on Bradley Zimmer will forever be cloudy due to unrealistic expectations
The 2018 Cleveland Indians have a ton of talent amassed on their outfield depth chart. Of course, all of the potential options have a huge variance in their expected production for this season. Here is where the team stands today.
Do the Cleveland Indians have more money to spend than previously mentioned? Let’s explore how they could spend it if they do.
The Cleveland Indians have a whole bunch of questions in their 2018 outfield, but the Tribe might just stand pat. Here is a list of their most probable possibilities.
Double the Z, double the Flava. Tito Boyzz might bring about an earlier close to the contention window than necessary for the current era of the Cleveland Indians.
In 2017, Luis Severino made the leap from two-pitch, potential elite reliever type to top of the line, borderline Cy Young Contender. Despite the usual home run per fly ball issues that exist for a pitcher who calls Yankee Stadium home, Severino succeeded in adequately commanding and managing contact. Indeed, before Severino’s public meltdown in
The Cleveland Indians look to sweep the Yankees. The Yankees are counting on Masahiro Tanaka to stop that from happening.
The Cleveland Indians should adjust their lineup to match up against left-handed pitching; like Game 2 starter CC Sabathia of the New York Yankees.
The Cleveland Indians match up well against right-handed pitching, which the New York Yankees lean heavily on in their rotation.
A disciplined approach by the Cleveland Indians offense should place them in a situation to take the upper hand in the ALDS.
Battle for the fourth starter, standings watch, and rehabilitation from injuries are among the reasons to watch the Cleveland Indians final four regular season games.
A deep dive into the 2017 Cleveland Indians 40-man roster to see just how they collected so much talent.
The Cleveland Indians traded a minor league reliever that will likely never make a Major League impact, for power hitting outfielder Jay Bruce. While the deal made a ripple in the Major League ocean, it could turn into a Tsunami of a trade on Cleveland’s North Coast if he continues to play the way he did in the first four months of the season.
As Major League Baseball’s trade deadline approaches on Monday, the Cleveland Indians have recently been linked to the St. Louis Cardinals as a potential suitor. According to reports, the Indians have had scouts showing up at recent games, although the specific players they’ve been scouting are somewhat a mystery. Okay, that’s not completely true. The
Lonnie Chisenhall, Jason Kipnis, and Austin Jackson near returns to the Cleveland Indians.
The Cleveland Indians offense appears to be missing Jason Kipnis and Lonnie Chisenhall. Here is where the Tribe sits without them in the lineup.
The Cleveland Indians right fielder Lonnie Chisenhall was lost to a calf injury just before the All-Star break. It is now revealed he will be headed to the DL and will miss some significant time.
Jason Kipnis described the AL Central division as shitty and who are any of us to argue. Let’s all be thankful the Indians reside in an eminently winnable division.
Death, taxes, and the Detroit Tigers whining.
Lonnie Chisenhall of the Cleveland Indians has been absolutely raking for the Tribe in 2017 and it is time the fans recognize it and vote him into the 2017 All-Star Game.