An eighth of the season under their belts, the Indians have yet to find the correct mesh in the outfield.
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?
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.
Five games into the season and WFNY’s Joe Gerberry goes looking at some of the small sample size tidbits about the Cleveland Indians.
Waiting For Next Year’s Joe Gerberry stayed up to watch Opening Day in it’s entirety so that you didn’t have to.
Opening Day brings a level of excitement almost unmatched through the season. Waiting For Next Year has Opening Day pitcher previews for you from Mike Hattery.
Francisco Mejia’s positional uncertainty. The new Tyler Naquin. Minor league plate appearance dispersion. And more. The third installment of the Corner of Hot Takes and Ontario podcast.
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.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians have a ton of talent amassed on their outfield depth chart. Of course, all of the potential options have a huge variance in their expected production for this season. Here is where the team stands today.
A deep dive into the 2017 Cleveland Indians 40-man roster to see just how they collected so much talent.
Flash back a year, Naquin was a becoming a favored jersey purchase in Cleveland, an eminent hairstyle consultant, and the focal point of perhaps the most iconic photo in the past decade of Cleveland Indians baseball. Naquin posted 2.4 WAR, contended for the American League Rookie of the Year Award, and looked as if he
As Major League Baseball’s trade deadline approaches on Monday, the Cleveland Indians have recently been linked to the St. Louis Cardinals as a potential suitor. According to reports, the Indians have had scouts showing up at recent games, although the specific players they’ve been scouting are somewhat a mystery. Okay, that’s not completely true. The
The Cleveland Indians right fielder Lonnie Chisenhall was lost to a calf injury just before the All-Star break. It is now revealed he will be headed to the DL and will miss some significant time.
The Cleveland Indians have had more than their fair share of defensive shortcomings in 2017, but are they ones that should continue or improve as the season moves forward?
The latest from the EHC crew dives into Terry Francona and the month of April while touching on a few other items.
Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley has been on an odyssey of sorts working through internal challenges, personal expectations, and external commentary which was driven more by speculation than substance. For one moment in Brantley’s struggle back to being the player he once was, with 35,002 fans watching, Dr. Smooth did something he could celebrate. In
The Cleveland Indians are set to face James Shields during Tuesday’s home opener. WFNY takes a look at what the team needs to do to succeed.
The Cleveland Indians defeated the Texas Rangers, 9-6, to complete the sweep. The Francisco Lindor grand slam to win the game in the ninth inning was the big news, but there was an underlying change to Danny Salazar upon his return that needs to be dissected.
Eddie the Parrot returns to talk about all things Cleveland Indians as we prepare for the 2017 Opening Day.
While Tyler Naquin’s offense in 2017 remains a question mark, ESPN predicts him to be the worst defensive center fielder in all of baseball.