A.J. Pollock would look mighty good in a Tribe uniform.
There are 18 former Cleveland Indians on the market. Are any worthy of a reunion?
When the Cleveland Indians Francisco Lindor made his MLB debut on Sunday and his first MLB start on Tuesday, it was only a matter of time before the statistical projection writers stated their case for what they believed was a proper outlook for the switch-hitting shortstop’s future. While such projections are not absolute indicators of what
Francisco Lindor’s first MLB start may have been delayed due to the Monday night game between the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs being rained out in Chicago, but the day of rest may give fans a chance to catch up on what to expect from the Indians’ most hyped prospect to come out of the
On Monday, the Philadelphia Phillies formally announced the release of outfielder Grady Sizemore, derailing the latest comeback attempt of the former Indians All-Star. Still just 32, Sizemore is barely two years older than LeBron James—his former professional next-door neighbor during some exciting years in downtown Cleveland. The two athletes made their pro debuts within months
In the fourth inning of Monday night’s win over the Boston Red Sox, Tribe hurler Justin Masterson decided that the best course of action would be to strike out the side—on nine pitches. Jonny Gomes, Grady Sizemore and Stephen Drew. All three men attempted. Some swings even made contact. It would all be for naught.
Team Streak Midwest outdueled Team Streak East on Monday night in Cleveland. The Indians won their fourth straight in a fast-paced 3-2 game against the Boston Red Sox, and in process, climbed out of the cellar of the AL Central. The loss snapped Boston’s seven-game winning streak. Justin Masterson recaptured his 2013 form with seven
All the king’s horsemen and all the king’s men couldn’t put Grady Sizemore back together again in Cleveland. In case you missed it, though, Grady is back and the former Tribe phenom won the center field job in Boston. Honestly, despite the joke, I couldn’t be happier for Grady Sizemore who only ever wanted to
Maybe you got rich betting against Grady Sizemore’s comeback these last few years. I just got sad. But a reinvigorated Sizemore is battling for the centerfield vacancy in Boston with Jackie Bradley Jr. Apparently, he’s making an impression on Red Sox skipper (and Cleveland aficionado!) John Farrell: Farrell on Sizemore today: Maybe a little flashback
Where soap opera and sport collide. If you thought that the LeBron James-Cleveland chatter would dissipate following an awful season marred with losing streaks, injuries and executives losing their jobs, think again. All of the variables that were a part of Saturday evening’s jersey retirement ceremony, when placed into a vacuum, seem to mean very
The Cincinnati Reds have recently talked to former Cleveland Indians All-Star outfielder Grady Sizemore about a comeback. Reds MLB.com beat writer Mark Sheldon shared the news on Friday via team general manager Walt Jocketty. Jocketty said he that he’s talked to Sizemore, but he’s “not sure where that is right now. With the holidays, not
As of today, Grady Sizemore has still only played in the majors for the Cleveland Indians. That might just be about to change. According to Nick Cafardo, Grady Sizemore has been getting a lot of interest because he should be ready for spring training. Of course, it’s hard to figure exactly what “a lot of
Last we heard from former Cleveland Indians All-Star Grady Sizemore, he was eyeing a mid-season return to the game when he was healthy enough to compete again. Per a Boston Globe report by Nick Cafardo today, it appears that the 30-year-old has indeed resumed activities. Here’s his tidbit when discussing Boston’s plans and other notable
We did talk briefly about the attendance, but really not much at all. We’ve both agreed that it shouldn’t dominate the headlines a second year in a row. Lackluster attendance and how tired we are of talking about it Bud Shaw’s article about the long-term project TV ratings and how far they’re up year over
Rather than signing a multi-million deal and hoping to play, veteran outfielder Grady Sizemore will not sign a contract for the 2013 MLB season until he is 100 percent recovered from his recent microfracture surgery. FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal reports, via the player’s representative, that Sizemore may not even consider putting pen to paper until the
The New York Mets are reportedly hot on the trail of former Cleveland Indians outfielder Grady Sizemore. Heard the #Mets are very interested in Grady Sizemore. He’s coming off microfracture surgery, but I would def take a shot w him. — Kevin Burkhardt (@KBurkhardtSNY) December 20, 2012 Sizemore is coming off a second microfracture knee
Grady Sizemore’s agent, Joe Urbon, confirmed that the former Cleveland Indians outfielder had microfracture surgery on his right knee this past September. Sizemore previously had microfracture surgery on his left knee in 2010, one of the several operations he has undergone since his stretch of MVP-like performances between 2006-2008. Though Sizemore missed all of the
So before last night’s date with King Felix Hernandez, beleaguered Indians manager Manny Acta and team trainer Lonnie Soloff met with the media. I am sure they had a blast discussing all of the great news they had to share (sarcasm font needed). In all seriousness, there is legitimately nothing positive going on in and around the
Now experiencing soreness in his right knee, outfielder Grady Sizemore is officially done for the 2012 season, a year in which he played zero games after being signed to a one-year deal in the offseason. Missing the bulk of the season following a Spring Training back injury, the 30-year-old Sizemore has undergone operations on his back,
Indians not ruling out a return for Grady Sizemore this year, but not expecting anything, either. Legs haven’t responded in rehab. — Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) July 14, 2012 — ESPN’s Buster Olney provides the latest update on Cleveland Indians center fielder Grady Sizemore’s ongoing health issues. Just back on July 3, general manager Chris Antonetti