Adam Moore will join the Indians as catcher Roberto Perez hits the disabled list with a fractured thumb.
Cleveland Indians starter Carlos Carrasco is headed to the disabled list after injuring his hamstring in 6-3 win over the Detroit Tigers.
Indians rookie Tyler Naquin notched his first hit in his first major league game, letting his red hot spring bleed into the regular season.
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.
As if the Cleveland Indians didn’t have enough of an uphill battle this spring, outfielder Michael Brantley will not be ready for Opening Day after sustaining a setback with his injured shoulder.
We focus on the lack of answers with the Cleveland Indians, but what about the lack of questions?
Rehabbing his shoulder injury, Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley is set to make his Spring Training debut on Thursday.
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
You down with OBP?
Carlos Santana has the OBP, SB, and above average bat to work as a lead-off hitter, but is he the Indians best choice?
With pitchers and catcher reporting to Goodyear, Arizona, Cleveland Indians spring training has officially kicked off for 2016.
On Wednesday, I wrote I was frustrated as the Indians merely talked while other clubs were taking action. As is oft to happen during the hot stove season, a rumor came out almost immediately after posting about my frustration that the Indians are in deep conversations about acquiring third baseman Todd Frazier from the Cincinnati
You can never have too much pitching.
As baseball fans have transitioned from the regular season to the postseason, Cleveland fans can enjoy the MLB playoffs without the added anxiety and tension of watching one’s own team. Pick a team to root for in the postseason (if you must) while WFNY baseball writers, Mssrs Bode, Clayman and Pietro take one last look
Jacob Rosen is back with tales from China, and doesn’t think Terry Francona should get canned.
When one pitch really does make the difference.
Josh Tomlin deserved better.
The Cleveland Indians reached the .500 mark for the first time since April, then immediately fell below it again after a long Sunday at Progressive Field.
September often becomes a game of chutes and ladders for MLB hopefuls.