It’s up for debate but barely. Clubs trying to compete just don’t assemble outfields this bad. A look at the most disastrous Cleveland Indians position group.
Many Indians fans questioned the front office’s decision to pick up Michael Brantley’s $12 million option prior to the season. WFNY’s Josh Poloha was one of those fans. Heading into the second half of the season, he apologizes for ever questioning the move.
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.
The Cleveland Indians have had a M*A*S*H* unit in the outfield the entire 2018 season. Now that players are returning to health, who should make the MLB squad?
Yonder Alonso has been almost equal parts good and bad in his first season with Cleveland. Can he continue to be useful but disappointing?
Jose Ramirez has always been good, you just might not have known it. WFNY’s Joe Gerberry looks back at a hot take gone bad and Jose Ramirez’s career to see that he has been good all along.
Michael Brantley has been around long enough that you would think the old dog was going to stay with what worked for him. But in 2018, he has changed some of what he was doing and it has worked out for him this far into the season.
An eighth of the season under their belts, the Indians have yet to find the correct mesh in the outfield.
A look back on Indians coverage and a look forward on what is to come at WFNY
Bradley Zimmer had a very cold start to the season. Is it possible that he has turned the corner to being more than a defense only player?
The Indians won, but the most memorable moment of Tuesday night’s game was Francisco Lindor’s sweet homecoming
MLB has seen an offensive explosion as more players are becoming adept at hitting the ball in the air. So, which members of the 2018 Cleveland Indians are hitting the ball in the air?
Five games into the season and WFNY’s Joe Gerberry goes looking at some of the small sample size tidbits about the Cleveland Indians.
Cleveland sports fans are no stranger to droughts and, historically, the Cleveland Indians have some of the longest.
The Cleveland Indians are ready to put the 2017-2018 Hot Stove season behind them…and newsflash…they’re going to be really good. Take a “quick” and somewhat fun look with WFNY’s Jim Pete, at what the Indians look like to start the year off.
The Nail In The Coffin guys talked to mlb.com’s Anthony Castrovince about Opening Day with the Indians
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
WFNY’s Jim Pete discusses how Terry Francona handles spring training, and how April and May are months in which Francona continues to make roster decisions, with an eye on August and September. He also takes a look at a thread of questions that could relate to each other, starting with Michael Brantley’s health, and how it could domino in April.
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.