Josh Tomlin is Undefeated, Juan Uribe is a boss, Francisco Lindor is amazing, and Mike Napoli Belly Flops. All in a game’s work.
The Cleveland Indians beat the Cincinnati Reds 7-2 Thursday, sweeping the “Ohio Cup” with a staggering series run margin of 43-16. Fluke or foreshadowing?
Francisco Lindor led the way for the Cleveland Indians’ huge 7-3 win over the visiting Detroit Tigers on Tuesday. WFNY takes the scouting profile approach to the recap.
In a third straight game decided by one run, the Cleveland Indians salvaged their series with the Twins, as the beleaguered bullpen held on for a 6-5 win.
Carlos Santana leadoff HR, Corey Kluber dominance, Carlos Carrasco hurt in a busy weekend for the Cleveland Indians as they swept the Detroit Tigers.
Opening Day is just days away, but the MLB Trade Rumors are still floating. This time, the Indians and Rangers might look to swap pitchers.
For just the second time in his career, Trevor Bauer is sent to the Cleveland Indians’ bullpen. Cody Anderson and Josh Tomlin will join the rotation.
There’s a common narrative out there about fifth starter battles in spring training—they’re fun to talk about, but ultimately meaningless. Recent Cleveland Indians history certainly offers some supporting evidence to this theory, from David Huff and Jeanmar Gomez wrangling rotation spots (in 2010 and 2012, respectively) to T.J. House’s forgettable victory parade last April. Before
With the Cleveland Indians’ 2016 season fast approaching, the team is rumored to be interested in further upgrading their very, very thin outfield.
As statistical forecasts for the 2016 Cleveland Indians vary, the X-Factor may very well be a 25-year-old wunderkind from North Hollywood, California.
The Cleveland Indians are playing baseball again, which is a wonderful addition to our lives. The issue is that the sample sizes are small, the amount of MiLB talent running around is large, and there is quite little that can actually be taken away from what we have seen that will be useful once the
Some people call him the Little Cowboy. Some call him Josh Tomlin. Either way, he’s here for another two (maybe three) seasons.
Is it April yet?
Why is thinking the Indians should keep their starting pitching sound controversial these days?
“Maybe I’m wrong” is a phrase I repeat multiple times a day. It is not only a song with a great riff from the Blues Traveler1 , but the phrase serves a balancing purpose for anyone with enough hubris to make predictions and projections in the wildly varying sport that is baseball. I had such
The Tribe finishes above .500 for the year, which is pretty good! (If you forget about those pesky preseason predictions.)
Rare is the day when the Indians and Browns both win. Even rarer is the day when both win at home. This past Sunday was one worth cherishing.
Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer has been moved to the bullpen, the team announced on Thursday. With Corey Kluber making his return to the rotation Thursday night, the struggling Bauer has been chosen as the odd man out. Manager Terry Francona and pitching coach Mickey Callaway decided to make the change due to Bauer’s recent
Josh Tomlin deserved better.
Josh Tomlin gave up three home runs, but Francisco Lindor nearly hit for the cycle and Jose Ramirez hit a home run in the Indians 6-4 win over the Chicago White Sox.