The Indians Mike Clevinger faced his old club in the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, and had one of the biggest moments of his career. WFNY’s Jim Pete breaks down his Mike Trout strikeout, and takes a look at some other big plays of the game.
WFNY’s first fantasy draft is done and Joe Gerberry has the recap of the first half for you.
Since Francisco Lindor has joined the Cleveland Indians, he’s continued to surprise each year with an offensive skill-set far beyond what anyone thought him capable. At age 24, will Lindor plateau, or will he continue an ascent that takes him to Mike Trout-like heights? Don’t bet against him.
The Cleveland Indians are going to have to fork over a whole bunch of Lindor money, but how much? WFNY takes a look at Lindor’s possible extension, and a little about Greg Schiano as well…While We’re Waiting.
MLB is struggling from a lack of superstar marketability. ESPN is losing subscribers. What will happen when MLB’s next TV deal expires in 2021?
ESPN’s Sam Miller asked an intriguing question about going back to using the eye test to determine the best players in MLB. WFNY attacks the question from another angle.
The 2017 Cleveland Indians have a hole in center field and might need a corner outfielder too if Michael Brantley cannot come back. The free agent market is thin, so here are the trade options.
Controversial votes rule the day as there are many different ways and styles to set the AL MVP nominees, which is a good thing.
Mike Trout, by any objective measure, is the best player in baseball. He’s also likely the best young player of our lifetime in any sport. So why isn’t he the MVP?
The Cleveland Indians have played 16 games in five series since the All-Star break, winning six and losing ten. Each series, with the exception of the Kansas City Royals, was against a team with a losing record. In fact, except for those first-place Royals (against whom the Tribe went 1-2) every opponent since the break
There has been increased attention paid upon the youthful stars dominating the current MLB season, and such dominance could be seen in the 2015 MLB All Star starting rosters. A mere five of the 17 selected starters for the 2015 game were above the age of 29. And, one of those selections was the AL
It’s Thursday morning, and it’s a whirlwind time in Cleveland sports, gang. The Tribe’s just underway, the Cavs are set to kick off the second season in just over a week, and we’ll have new Browns uniforms by this time next week. Spring is starting to, well, spring, and we’ve got a lot to work
This just in: Mike Trout is good at baseball. “There’s a lot to like about Trout,” said manager Terry Francona said with a smile. “I actually think for his sake they should rest him on Wednesday. He’s got a chance to be a pretty good player. You don’t want to tire him out.” Sometimes you
It looks like Michael Brantley will have to hope for other means of becoming one of the Cleveland Indians’ representatives during the 2014 MLB All-Star Game. In the first release of tabulated voting, no member of the Tribe was listed among the top five players at each position (15 total outfielders). Brantley, easily the Tribe’s
Clint Frazier is 19 years of age. He has freckles and an awkward, kid-like smile. He has an incredible head of red hair. His teammates greeted his arrival by sporting Ronald McDonald wigs. He’s an agile outfielder who can also hit for power. He possesses incredible bat speed, and has used being pitched around to his advantage. Oh,
I was able to grab Jon on location in Arizona. Unfortunately “on location in Arizona” for his purposes has nothing to do with the Cleveland Indians spring training location. Anyway, we battled the time zones (and my bed time) for a chat. Here’s what we talked about. Scott Kazmir’s great day Daisuke Matsuzaka injury Matt