The Indians made a flurry of moves. No frontline starter traded, but some interesting prospects added.
In the winter of 2017, the Indians signed Yonder Alonso coming off a career year to replace the exiting Carlos Santana. Just a year later the Indians have returned to stasis with Santana in the fold as well as Jake Bauers and Bobby Bradley waiting in the wings; Yonder Alonso became an $8 million afterthought.
You can reason that Gomes’ value will only diminish, which is fair, but sending him off for a duo that may or may not help you win next season leaves more questions than answers.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians were a fatally flawed team with multiple known areas of weakness being exposed greatly during the ALDS against the Houston Astros. If the Tribe is to compete for a World Series in 2019, they will have to improve. To do so, they must make a bold move.
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.
Yonder Alonso and Carlos Santana will be forever linked, as the former was signed to replace the latter. Does comparing them do justice to the “cost per win” argument?
Though he signed a deal in the offseason for fewer years and dollars, Yonder Alonso is having a better offensive year than Carlos Santana, the player he replaced.
Yonder Alonso has been almost equal parts good and bad in his first season with Cleveland. Can he continue to be useful but disappointing?
A look back on Indians coverage and a look forward on what is to come at WFNY
Manny Machado slugged three homers over the weekend against the Cleveland Indians. WFNY’s Jacob Rosen looks at what it would take to bring Machado to the Indians roster before his pending free agency.
The 2018 Cleveland Indians are shaping up as an outstanding defensive team. How good are they? 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?
The Cleveland Indians offense puttered out in the 2017 ALDS. The start to the 2018 season is too eerily similar to that series.
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.
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.
Yandy Diaz, Francisco Mejia, and Greg Allen get more hype about contributing to the 2018 Cleveland Indians, but what if they need a power-hitting first baseman? Well, the Tribe farm system has just what they need there too.
Being one of the lone new guys on a World Series contender can be tough, but Yonder Alonso seems to be fitting in quite well with his new club. His personality seems to fit just right with his Indians teammates.
The MLB Hot Stove might have forgotten to stock wood up for the winter, but the 2018 Cleveland Indians are still going to be a fun baseball team. Just over a month until pitchers and catchers report!
The value of Carlos Santana over the years can’t just be measured in pure numbers. His roster and line-up flexibility may have been the best in Major League baseball, and while that “stat” is hard to value, it has allowed the Indians to make moves other teams couldn’t.