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How Rooting for the MLB Privileged Class Changes Our Expectation
Last year, Andrew Miller turned into a different pitcher. Giving up more fly balls and line drives should have spelled doom but another story unfolded.
Not much seems to be expected from Jason Kipnis or Tyler Naquin in 2018, but the two Cleveland Indian players were beloved not too long ago.
Mike Clevinger is going to be needed to start games for the Cleveland Indians in 2017. Is that a good thing?
Erik Gonzalez may be the odds on favorite to land the Cleveland Indians’ utility spot, but it should belong to Yandy Diaz. Here’s why.
The boys of summer are set to being Spring Training.
You occasionally hear it from a ball player, in making light of his shortcomings: “I must not have been too bad, to have gotten the chance to fail that many times.” As he could note, Cy Young lost more career games than any pitcher in major league history, yet is lauded as the top pitcher
As we’ve established, only about 10 percent of what happens in Spring Training baseball actually means anything. And, no one knows which 10 percent is the portion that actually matters1 . Here is our latest attempt to figure it out based on the latest happenings of the Cleveland Indians in Goodyear Arizona. What does Marlon
The first thing you notice is the cacti. They rarely look as symmetrical and green as their cartoon counterparts, but the abrasive plants populate the hillsides, front lawns, and side streets of seemingly every corner of the greater Phoenix area. For a midwestern kid, they are an agricultural anomaly and sure sign we are in
For the second straight year, members of the Cleveland Indians read and react to real tweets written about them, Jimmy Kimmel style.
With pitchers and catcher reporting to Goodyear, Arizona, Cleveland Indians spring training has officially kicked off for 2016.
March is just around the corner!
We finally made it to Opening Day for the Cleveland Indians in Texas against the Houston Astros (not to be confused with the Home Opener on April 10). I hope that everyone has enjoyed the Cleveland Indians preview series that we have staged the last two weeks. It was great getting six different writers involved
The genesis for these articles was spawned from one of my alltime favorite WFNY running articles (Anderson Varejao Enthusiasm Charts from Denny Mayo). Denny has graciously allowed me to completely mangle it by extending the concept to the Indians and the player who wears his emotions as outwardly as anyone ever has. To see exactly
As Palm Sunday is nearly upon us, the battle for the fourth and fifth starting positions in the Cleveland Indians pitching rotation has almost completed. So, before the announcement becomes official, let us take a look at how the pitchers have done this spring. The statistics from Spring Training are not a true measuring stick
Well, the end of March is coming near. The Cleveland Indians have hung some red cards in lockers and there are more to come soon for those players that will not be starting the season in Cleveland. So, let us check in on the team. Trevor Bauer reminds us that it is still Spring Training:
We have estimated in the past that only about ten percent of what we gather in Spring Training is actually useful. As such, I have been taking accounts of what I have witnessed during Spring Training. I will write what I believe, you can determine what truly matters, and I will hope to surpass the
The Governor of Brohio may not be ready to start on Opening Day, but he’s getting closer to returning to full action. Nick Swisher ran the bases for the first time this spring training season Tuesday. The Plain Dealer‘s Paul Hoynes reported Swish’s latest progress in Arizona, and said that running the bases is among the last steps
The Cleveland Indians starting rotation has been a popular topic for the sporting world as they prepare for the 2015 MLB season. Corey Kluber winning the Cy Young has been referenced by nearly everyone writing a breakout candidate column and Danny Salazar has already been named a sleeper Cy Young candidate for this season despite