Tribe Bullpen Has a Good Hand, With Questions on Other Arms

After several years of boasting one of the game’s best bullpens, including the 2016 version that nearly carried the club to a World Series championship, the Cleveland…

Indians Outfield Has Many Questions, Few Answers

During the six-year tenure of manager Terry Francona, the Cleveland Indians outfield has been a work in progress, piecemealed together and full of platoons for much of…

Clevinger Set to Toss Game of His Life on Monday

First, the bad news: the Cleveland Indians are in a 0-2 hole in their best-of-five ALDS with the Houston Astros. They face a win-or-go-home game on Monday…

Carrasco Could Be Big Piece in Tribe Postseason Hopes

Two-time Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber is the unquestioned ace of the Cleveland Indians starting pitching rotation. Trevor Bauer was having a Cy-worthy season of his…

Kluber Looking to Keep Momentum Going Into Final Week of Regular Season

Monday starts the final week of regular season baseball. For the Indians, it will be the final week in which the games have no importance, record-wise. With…

Kluber, Possibly Overlooked, Just Continues to Dazzle

Is it possible that a starting pitcher with 18 wins in the first week of September could be an overlooked man? Add in that he has the…

Perez Has Been a Big Surprise, Even Bigger Boost, For Tribe Bullpen

The first half of this baseball season was a long, strange journey for veteran left-handed reliever Oliver Perez. The Cleveland Indians could not be any happier that…

Healthy Encarnacion Launching (Over the Green) Monster Home Runs

It’s a lot easier to hit a baseball when swinging the bat with two hands rather than with one. Just ask Edwin Encarnacion, who returned from the…

Diaz Proving He Belongs In Majors, But Space on Roster is Limited

Yandy Diaz deserves to be playing and suiting up every day in a Major League Baseball uniform. His bat could be very useful to the Indians, who…

Alonso Proving 2017 Was No Fluke, Powering Tribe’s Second Half Offense

This past winter, the Cleveland Indians decided to move on from free agent and long-time player Carlos Santana. He was set to break the bank on a…

Carrasco Rolling Heading into Stretch Run

On June 16, Carlos Carrasco was both battered and bruised. Slogging through one of his worst stretches since becoming a real fixture in the Cleveland Indians rotation…

After Rough Start, Kipnis Has Quietly Turned Things Around

Around the middle of May, there were loud drum beats surrounding the Indians that it may be time for the team to move on from its two-time…