Why is thinking the Indians should keep their starting pitching sound controversial these days?
The Chicago White Sox beat out the Cleveland Indians and other suitors in the Todd Frazier sweepstakes.
WFNY’s Jacob Rosen first met new Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts in the minors in June 1998. He’s the biggest Dave Roberts fan out there.
The pros and cons of the four teams still remaining.
No matter how much I watch this Indians team, I will never be able to figure them out. I was in the building Monday night when the Wahoos were one-hit by Dan Haren. That was a night after Seattle’s Felix Hernandez one-hit gem. The offense went from ice cold to smokin’ hot last night as
The Cleveland Indians took to Dodger Stadium hoping to avenge their history-making back-to-back nights of amassing just one hit—and did they ever. While starting pitcher Justin Masterson was yanked after three-plus (wildly lucky) innings and the Dodgers had runners on base throughout the night, the Tribe bats logged 13 hits on the night, finishing with a score
LOS ANGELES — If you have not been to a game at Dodger Stadium, make sure you get their at some point. It is an absolute picturesque setting. On the drive up you cannot even seen the park itself. It is set beautifully in Chavez Ravine and once you go up the hill and into
Lucky’s Café in Tremont is so damn good that it’s all Chris Perez misses about his time in Cleveland. In an interview with Cleveland.com’s Zach Meisel, Perez, the former Tribe closer, discusses his life with the Los Angeles Dodgers and the way his much-discussed tenure ended with the Cleveland Indians. It ended a lot better than
The biggest change for the Indians this offseason is in the bullpen, with turnover related to 45% of the team’s relief appearances from a year ago. The most recognizable departure, of course, is former closer Chris Perez. He was quickly released on Oct. 31 and was signed as a free agent with the Los Angeles
Former Indians closer Chris Perez has reportedly reached a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Los Angeles Times’ Dylan Hernandez first reported the story late on Sunday night. Terms of the deal still have not been reported. Perez, 28, was released by the Indians back on Oct. 31. He earned $7.3 million in
Now that Boston wrapped up the 2013 World Series, it’s time to talk about the Tribe and their chances in the new year. The Cleveland Indians made the playoffs this season, of course, but Vegas apparently isn’t super confident in the Tribe’s ability to repeat that feat and win the whole thing on top of
The Scott Kazmir signing was nice and all, but it’s not going to be it for the Cleveland Indians in the starting pitching market. All offseason, the Tribe’s front office has expressed its desire to sign one more free agent starter: a veteran that could provide some more depth to the rotation. Entering 2013, the
Entering today’s game against the Los Angeles Angels, the Cleveland Indians remain in first place in the AL Central with a 10-9 record. That’s quite an odd feat alone, but then one must discern which individual has been the most impressive thus far for the Tribe. After looking around a little bit, I’ve got a
Manny Ramirez was in the on-deck circle last night when A.J. Pierzynski hit a bomb to nail down a victory for the Chicago White Sox. Manny was quickly yanked off the field as he was no longer needed to deliver a hit in his first game as a member of the White Sox. Yes, Manny
While Cliff Lee was cruising through the Seattle Mariners yesterday afternoon, and Victor Martinez was given the day off, both players found their names in one of the bigger 2009 trade deadline rumors that we have seen thus far. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports has had his ear to the street over the last few
Fresh off of one of the worst starts of Cliff Lee’s career, we are now also confronted with a recent report by Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal that states that the team is most definitely listening to offers for their ace starting pitcher. But why would a team look to trade a guy that they still
According to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, the Los Angeles Dodgers are discussing the possibility of trading for Indians pitcher Cliff Lee- The Dodgers like Cliff Lee. They have discussed him internally. But their chances of meeting the Indians’ price for the ace left-hander are slim, according to major-league sources. The only way the Indians
Who cares about a recession leaking into depression? Certainly nobody who can afford to look at Manny’s condo that he recently put up for sale in Boston for $8.5 million. The condo is 4421 square feet with four bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms and three valet parking spaces. Oh yeah, and if you can afford the mortgage,
Let’s face it: Off-seasons are only exciting if your team of rooting interest makes moves. The Browns? We loved it when the team managed to acquire players like Corey Williams and Shaun Rogers. The Cavaliers? Mo Williams, come on down. But all of the moving and shaking seems to stall out when it comes to
Now that we’ve finished up the series with the Twins, and the whole Casey Blake trade has started to sink in, I thought it would be best to give the WFNY readers some info on the two players we received in return for Casey: Carlos Santana and Jon Meloan. With All-Everything catcher Russell Martin playing