Roberto Perez: is he a better hitter than we thought? This, and other thoughts, from WFNY’s Mitch Krall
The Indians cut payroll this winter and out went Yan Gomes – one of the more significant and surprising departures of the offseason – in exchange for a pair of controllable prospects and a sense of uncertainty at a once reliable catcher position. In an age of catcher-by-committee’s, the Indians will surely follow suit. Roberto
The ability of the 2019 Cleveland Indians to compete in the postseason will require them to make it work in most of the categories described within.
The Indians have maneuvered themselves into a position where they could use some DH pop. Evan Gattis and Mike Moustakas are reasonable targets.
WFNY’s Jim Pete takes a long meandering stroll through the Indians rumored trade discussions with the Los Angeles Dodgers for their long-time ace, Corey Kluber
The 2018 Cleveland Indians might be the team to break the 70 year championship drought, so here is everything you need to know about them.
Whether you think Terry Francona’s message to Francisco Mejia this past weekend is right or wrong, the one thing that’s clear is that Mejia’s path from March to July has been as murky as it gets.
The Columbus Clippers Francisco Mejia’s bat has been heating up the International League. How good has he been?
Monday brought day of weird roster moves and a return to dominance for Cookie Carrasco, as told by WFNY’s Joe Gerberry
Yan Gomes has gone from Silver Slugger to looking like barely a major leaguer. So far, 2018 seems like a renaissance for the catcher. Will he continue the Yan Gomes Redemption Tour?
Francisco Lindor created a big moment for the Cleveland Indians and the people of Puerto Rico. While Roberto Perez will get his chance in Game 2, there was no reason to keep him from playing in Game 1 as well.
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?
WFNY’s Jim Pete takes a look at several trends after the Indians take the series from the division rival Kansas City Royals.
The Cleveland Indians can give their offense a boost– if they want to do it. Or, the Tribe can continue handicapping themselves with the bottom of their order.
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.
Francisco Mejia could prove to be a valuable part of the Indians’ active roster. WFNY’s Jim Pete wonders if it will be as a catcher, an outfielder, or will the Indians be patient with their next potential superstar?
Surprising projections for 2018 Cleveland Indians players from Fangraphs Steamer projection system for the Indians are detailed.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians might have more catcher depth than they bargained to have with Roberto Perez and Yan Gomes at MLB, but Eric Haase and Francisco Mejia attempting to knock down the wall to get there too. Should the Indians trade Gomes?
The Indians offense was almost non-existent in New York. Returning to Cleveland for a win-or-go-home Wednesday night, Cleveland needs to roll out their best possible lineup for Game 5. Here’s what we think it should look like.