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Cleveland Indians: How will the rest of the division fare in 2019?
Their rotation is still in a bit of a flux, with onlyReynaldo Lopezowning a sub 4.00 ERA. But they also have the number three prospect in Eloy Jiminez, who we could see in the majors sometime in 2019. While they are still a good ways away from being a serious threat, things are certainly looking pos
Cleveland Indians: A look at Brandon Guyer’s time in Cleveland
While his time in Cleveland was certainly fun, it doesn’t feel like theCleveland Indianswill be re-signingBrandon Guyerthis winter. Cleveland.comfeels that Guyer won’t be re-signed, and it’s fair to understand why.
Cleveland Indians: Jose Ramirez up for 2018 offseason award
The Cleveland Indians had a frustrating end to the season, but there are still some individual awards to be won in the offseason.TheCleveland Indiansobviously didn’t achieve the ultimate goal of winning a World Series. But that doesn’t mean fans can’t get somewhat excited about some postseason award
Cleveland Indians: The Tough Choice Between Miller and Allen
2018 was arguably the toughest year of his career, however. His ERA shot above 4.00 for the first time in his career and his saves went on a decline from 2017. That’s not what you want on a contract year, and it caused the Tribe to go after closerBrad Hand. Hand and Allen rotated on the closer role
Cleveland Indians: Terry Francona high up on ESPN coaches ranking
Blame falls on the manager in all sports when things go bad. But even with the way things have gone, Francona remains one of the top managers not only in baseball, but in all sports.
New age of Indians led by Jones, Bradley
Catcher --Eric Haase,Columbus (120 games), Cleveland (nine games):Perhaps no one benefits more from the departure of Mejia than Haase, who made his Major League debut after reaching the 20-homer mark for the second season in a row. The club's No. 24 prospect is a backstop through and through, having
Cleveland Indians to change logo
The Cleveland Indians will stop using the Chief Wahoo logo on their uniforms beginning in 2019, according to Major League Baseball. After being swept out of the playoffs in the ALDS in three short games by the Houston Astros, the Cleveland Indians wasted little time before making drastic changes to
Cleveland Indians: Plenty of impending free agents this offseason
MLB.com ran a piecegoing over the key impending free agents for every MLB team. Indians fans know that the likes ofCody Allen,Andrew MillerandMichael Brantleyare in need of new deals, but the list goes on from there.
Bell hits inside-the-park HR in return to Cleveland
About Major League Baseball: Major League Baseball (MLB) is the most historic professional sports league in the United States and consists of 30 member clubs in the U.S. and Canada, representing the highest level of professional baseball. Led by Commissioner Robert D. Manfred, Jr., MLB currently fea
Cleveland Indians: Trevor Bauer to appear on MLB Network Tonight and Tomorrow
Bauer will serve as a guest analyst alongside Bill Ripken, Greg Amsinger, andAl Leiter. Tomorrow he will be seen withDan Plesac, Ripken, and Brian Kenny. I can’t wait to see Brain Kenny and Bauer nerd out over analytics and sabermetrics.
REPORT: Indians File Complaint About Astros Filming in Their Dugout
The Houston Astros, like many Machado, are doing everything possible in the last two days or so to ruin their reputation.
Indians star Jason Kipnis has the best end-of-season treat for fans and more players should do it
Cleveland Indians fans are undoubtedly wishing their team was playing baseball right now, but after getting knocked out of the postseason in the first round by the Houston Astros, that’s not the case. At least their beloved star Jason Kipnis had a treat to help Indians fans start of their offseason
Cleveland Indians reportedly discussing extension with GM Mike Chernoff
The likelihood of a deal being struck, and on what terms, isn’t yet apparent. Indeed, little is known about Chernoff’s existing contract status.
World Series 2018: Schedule, dates, start time, results
There's no shortage of star power in this year's Fall Classic, with Clayton Kershaw, Manny Machado, Walker Buehler and other LA stars opposing SN MLB Player of the Year Mookie Betts, Chris Sale and J.D. Martinez on the Boston side.
Cleveland Indians: The Astros win starts to smell fishy
But that little asterisk next to the Astros will look fairly entertaining. I’m sure Astros fans will come after me for this article, bringing up how they swept the Cleveland Indians. But it just feels right to see something like this come up. It’s not bad enough that they actively root forRoberto Os
Faces In New Places: 20 MLB Players Who Will Change Teams In The Offseason
Even before the 2018 World Series, Major League Baseball clubs are preparing for the upcoming offseason and the transactions that will occur during the fall and winter months. Numerous big-name free agents are set to hit the market and will generate quite a bit of buzz and headlines as they consider
Advanced scouting didn’t beat Cleveland Indians, Astros look like cheaters
The Cleveland Indians raved at the Houston Astros “advanced scouting” in their sweep out of the ALDS. Wrong! It looks as if Houston was cheating!
MLB clears Houston Astros of wrongdoing after dugout surveillance in Cleveland, Boston
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Major League Baseball will not levy a fine nor impose punishment against the Houston Astros after a man associated with the club was caught in the photo pit aiming his cell phone into to the Cleveland Indians' dugout during Game 3 of the American League Division Series on Oct. 8.
AP Sources: Astros sent second person to get near Indians
Prior to the postseason, MLB said "a number of clubs" called Commissioner Rob Manfred to express concerns about video equipment being used to steal signs. To address those worries, the commissioner instituted a new prohibition on the use of certain in-stadium cameras, beefing up MLB security at game
If the Houston Astros did cheat against the Cleveland Indians in the ALDS, can you blame them?
CLEVELAND, Ohio - The question was asked Wednesday that if the Houston Astros are such a good baseball team why do they need to cheat?The Indians filed a complaint against the Astrosafter being swept in three games in the ALDS earlier this month.