The Cleveland Indians make more noise for their postponed games and drone strikes than games played. And what was that, Bryan Shaw? We have a few options in the way of names.
The call for the fabled right-handed power bat has been frequent and consistent since Manny Ramirez left the North coast shores of Cleveland Ohio. Many a left-handed batter with a fast, strong swing has graced the Cleveland Indians, but fans still clamored for the sweet stroke from the right-side. Well, the Indians front office signing
Cleveland Indians catcher Yan Gomes had a heck of a day behind the plate on Friday. WFNY has the video to prove it.
We focus on the lack of answers with the Cleveland Indians, but what about the lack of questions?
Are you in or are you out? That is the question we attempt to answer about the 2016 Cleveland Indians with an Ocean’s 11 vibe.
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
A full season of Lindor will go a long way.
An Indians-slanted look at the 2016 Baseball Prospectus, including some favorable projections for slugging prospect Bobby Bradley.
Monday night’s game between the Kansas City Royals and Cleveland Indians started with some dueling fireworks, but ended with the Indians running away with the game. Alex Gordon and Jason Kipnis, a pair of All-Stars, started their respective halves of the first inning with home runs to break open the scoring early on. It was the Cleveland
This. This was a tough one to lose.
The atmosphere along with the game itself would have felt right at home in October. Both the Toronto Blue Jays and Cleveland Indians were fully engaged from the first pitch through the last out, and so was the extraordinarily loud Rogers Centre. There was great pitching, awesome defensive plays, clutch performances, and, most importantly, a
The Cleveland Indians are still incredible long shots to make the playoffs. The AL Central has been all but won by the Kansas City Royals, making the Wild Card the only route to October. However, four teams are still above the Indians in the race for the last Wild Card playoff spot. The Indians trail the Wild
Tom Hamilton is the best announcing in baseball.
The Tribe produced some highlights in a rare winning week.
The Cleveland Indians could not have asked for a better setup to win on Wednesday unless John Danks himself was the opposing starting pitcher. Still, right-handed starter Joe Kelly was a close replica as he entered the game with a 5.69 ERA for the Boston Red Sox, and he had failed to finish even a
The 2015 Cleveland Indians season has played out much like the end of the first act in the animated superhero movie The Incredibles. The 2013 and 2014 seasons were the opening demonstration of the individual powers for players on the team and included AL MVP nominations, Silver Slugger, and Cy Young Awards. However, the 2015 season
Fangraphs released their annual trade value rankings over the All-Star break that attempts to gauge the most valuable players in MLB as a function of talent, age, and contract status. So, younger players with more team control will usually win out over older players even if the youth have statistics that lag slightly behind as
The Cleveland Indians are nearing the end of the mid-summer All-Star break of a relatively disappointing campaign that has seen them start the year 42-46 and in a tie for last place in the AL Central division. Indians president Mark Shapiro recently sat down with Marla Ridenour of the Akron Beacon Journal to discuss the 2015
Three steps backward, four steps forward, three steps back. That sequence not only describes the past 10 games for the Cleveland Indians, but it also feels like an overall summary for the season. The Indians dig themselves a hole before starting to climb out of it, only to start digging again. In the end, this team
Sometimes, the umpire gets the rule completely and blatantly wrong. It happens. Everyone on the field is human and prone to mistakes including those umpires who generally do a much better job than the credit they receive for it. Thankfully, a rather egregious umpire ruling in the first inning did not affect the final outcome