With a little over a week into Spring Training, WFNY’s Mike Hattery brings you a Spring Training notebook of insights and news.
The four moves the 2017 Cleveland Indians front office made that improved them over the 2016 World Series team despite the emotional attachment to the players who left.
Mike Napoli returned to the party on Monday. Nate Crowe- aka HipsterTito- walks through all the emotions and machinations of the night.
The Texas Rangers stole #PartyAtNapolis! Or they signed Mike Napoli to a contract and decided to keep raising money for children charities. One or the other.
Stop the idea of signing sub-standard veterans. The 2017 Cleveland Indians will be fine without them.
Mike Napoli was a lot of fun, but how high does he rank among recent one-year players for the Cleveland Indians?
When Jason Kipnis burst upon the scene with the Cleveland Indians in 2011, experts and scouts predicted he had 20-homer upside. Part of this was based equally on an early four-game homer streak during his second big league week, and on his final full minor league season, in which he hit 18 home runs total,
WFNY’s Top 10 of 2016 rolls along as we take a look at the party that started in the summer and carried well into the fall.
Why the Cleveland Indians don’t have to make a push for Edwin Encarnacion, but should.
Mitch Moreland and Adam Lind are a few of the names linked to the Cleveland Indians as potential first basemen for 2017 and beyond.
Mike Napoli is drawing interest in free agency and that means he probably won’t be back in Cleveland.
Both in terms of lineup depth and roster flexibility Matt Holliday is an upgrade over other cost-friendly free agency options for the Cleveland Indians.
The Cleveland Indians had many opportunities to make Game 5 a bit more interesting, but couldn’t capitalize when needed.
Can the Cleveland Indians lay off John Lester’s curveball? It’ll certainly help their chances in Game 5 of the World Series.
With a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven World Series, Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona has made a major shakeup ahead of Game 4 against the Chicago Cubs Saturday night: For the first time this postseason, he has decided to bench first baseman Mike Napoli. Instead, Carlos Santana – who started in left field in Game
The Cleveland Indians best hitter in 2016 was Carlos Santana, but both he and Mike Napoli cannot play first base. With the NL forcing pitchers into the batter’s box, will Santana roam left field?
Are you old school, a cowboy, a hipster, or something else entirely? Well, the 2016 Cleveland Indians have just the player for you.
The Cleveland Indians may not have the power that the Toronto Blue Jays boast, but their speed could be the difference maker in the ALCS.
The Cleveland Indians will face David Price in Game 2 of the ALDS. WFNY looks at what the Tribe can do to succeed against the tough left-handed starter.
The Cleveland Indians may be inexperienced when it comes to the postseason, but this perception is only that. Reality shows that playoff experience is a myth.