Today in Tribe History: October 25, 1997

The Cleveland Indians stave off elimination with three early runs in a 4-1 victory over the Florida Marlins in Game 6 of the 1997 World Series at…

Today in Tribe History: August 29, 1983

F.J. (Steve) O’Neill, the board chairman and the majority owner of the Cleveland Indians, dies from a heart attack on the way to St. Vincent Charity Hospital…

Lone Tribe Finalist Hopes To Move Into MLB Fan Cave

By Mike Brandyberry Tough economical times have lead to competitive job markets, but have you ever been a finalist for a position that had more than 22,000…

Batting Stance Guy Travels The Country Emulating Stars

  By Mike Brandyberry Normally, when we conduct an interview we like to work the quotes into the story, but our conversation with, “Batting Stance Guy,” was…

Fausto Carmona: The New Roberto Hernandez, Again

By Mike Brandyberry Yesterday Indians General Manager Chris Antonetti told Paul Hoynes and Dennis Manoloff that if the pitcher who was previously known as Fausto Carmona returns…

Clean Health For Tribe Could Land Chisenhall In Columbus

  By Mike Brandyberry The Indians were a team riddled with injuries a year ago, but if the team were to remain healthy through spring training a…

Positional Battles Begin To Emerge As Tribe Prepares For Goodyear

    By Sean Tuttle With spring training quickly approaching, the Indians front office has put the coaching staff in a decent situation. Most would agree that…

Kotchman Signing Might Not Be What Tribe Wanted, But Could Be What They Need

By Mike Brandyberry This afternoon the Cleveland Indians signed free agent Casey Kotchman to a one year, $3 million contract, plus incentives. The left-handed hitter will become…

Moneyball Movie Hits Home with Indians

By Kevin Schneider A film announced this week as a 2012 Academy Awards Best Picture nominee gives a not-so-accurate glimpse into the Indians’ past but also an…

Tribe Needs To Remember How To Build Core

  By Craig Gifford Remember the days when the Cleveland Indians went to arbitration due to contract disputes with their players? If that answer is no, you…

Tigers’ Big Move Could Force Tribe’s Hand

  By Matthew Van Wormer When Victor Martinez went down for the entire 2012 season last week due to a torn ACL, Indians fans breathed a sigh…

Tribe Should Consider Some Glove, One More Time

By Craig Gifford Jim Thome last season, and Kenny Lofton in 2007, each had the chance to play in front of Cleveland fans one final time. Two…