The Cleveland Indians announced Monday that they have signed right-handed reliever Craig Stammen to a minor league deal with an invitation to Spring Training. According to FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal, Stammen has a $1 million base salary, with $2 million worth of incentives if he makes the Indians, and his deal includes a March 25 opt-out if
Not many free agents, but according to Fangraphs, the Tribe has set itself up nicely through the draft and via trades.
Bob Feller holds club records for wins, starts, innings, strikeouts, and complete games. Can he add to this list? The Cleveland Indians hope so.
Hey, what is more fun than discussing Cleveland Indians’ attendance figures? Maybe Chief Wahoo? Or, how about the nitty, gritty details of the MLB CBA and whether or not the Indians spend enough on payroll? Well, despite the gruesome chore of digging in, baseball finances are a pertinent topic given the current CBA is set
Former Cleveland Indians pitcher Dennis Martinez is earning honors for his time with the Montreal Expos.
Much like in 2006, the Cleveland Indians must decide if they’re ready to hand the third base job to a youngster or if they want to bring in a veteran stopgap.
The Indians may not have done much—again—this offseason, but they have MLB Network’s top left fielder.
Heritage Park, which is already filled with 40 members of the Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame, will have four additional plaques come July 30.
Progressive Field attendance has long been a sore spot for Tribe fans. We look at the AL Central data to investigate: Does winning alone boost the number of fans at the ballpark?
Bobby Bradley is as strong as an ox and just 19 years old. Is he the next Jim Thome? Or maybe the next Russell Branyan?
An argument that the Cleveland Indians are the only well-run sports organization in town.
Some people call him the Little Cowboy. Some call him Josh Tomlin. Either way, he’s here for another two (maybe three) seasons.
Michael Clevinger is high on many Indians prospect lists and is climbing the MiLB ladder. Will he be the next Indians ace?
What makes for a better easy, light morning read than a look at religion in sports?
Former WFNY’er week continues with a conversation with TD! The Cleveland Browns hired Hue Jackson in the middle of this podcast and we talked about that. TD also discussed a Browns gaffe that happened to his family personally. To the Browns’ credit, they are rectifying it, but it’s interesting nonetheless. We also talked about the
The Miracle of Richfield. The Impossible Return. CSU in the Sweet 16. There are plenty of Cleveland anniversaries for sports fans to celebrate in 2016.
Whether it’s talent or development, the Cleveland Indians are attempting to corner both as they announce their player development staff for 2016.
Is it April yet?
The outfield grass is starting to look a lot greener for the Cleveland Indians.
The search for a utility man to replace Mike Aviles is underway.