Chief Wahoo will be no more.
After years of being a potential addition to the Indians, Melvin Upton Jr. lands in Cleveland on a minor league deal.
Jacob Rosen riffs on the latest updates in the baseball world, including Indians free agency, Giancarlo Stanton, Shohei Ohtani, and the Baseball Hall of Fame.
The Cleveland Indians financial plans likely include Carlos Santana’s potential 2018 salary, regardless of how the market plays out. The only questions remaining are whether or not he wants to come back, and whether or not the Indians want a five-year deal.
The Cleveland Indians announced the team has named Carl Willis as Pitching Coach, replacing Mickey Callaway. Willis rejoins the Tribe after a seven-year stint away from the team.
Not only did the Tribe choke in the postseason; they appear to be losing their pitching coach.
The good news is that nothing can ever be worse than losing Game 7 of the World Series at home in extra innings. That’s about the only thing that is keeping me going today.
ESPN The Magazine’s Wright Thompson takes fans where the Cleveland Indians’ winning streak began to take form: Their Clubhouse.
Thank you for reminding me how wonderful a sport baseball can be.
The Cleveland Indians added some power on Wednesday night, securing Jay Bruce from the New York Mets. WFNY’s Jeff Nomina and Jim Pete discuss.
The Cleveland Indians’ pitching staff has been outright dominant since the All-Star break, but how much of it has been luck?
The Corner claims a few more victims as the Tribe (allegedly) beat the Yankees on Friday night.
The Cleveland Indians took the opening game of the series against the New York Yankees.
The Cleveland Indians need to target a starting pitcher before the trade deadline, but not just *any* starting pitcher.
The Cleveland Indians lost to the Padres by a score of 1-0, and perhaps most striking, Jason Kipnis continued to hit lead off and stranded four runners on base.
The Cleveland Indians were walloped in Denver on Tuesday night as Mike Clevinger could not command location of speed of his fastball.
Both surface level analysis and underlying data suggests that Bradley Zimmer’s game transitions beautifully to the big league level.
The Cleveland Indians have struggled thus far with runners in scoring position, but the latest from WFNY’s Mike Hattery shows why this should improve over time.
Edwin Encarnacion clubbed two home runs as the Tribe topped the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday night.
Is Yan Gomes’ bat back? The Indians’ bottom of the order could certainly use the boost.