Brantley Looking to Take His Game and Tribe to Another Level

Michael Brantley makes it clear, he’s never consumed with individual statistics, he’s only consumed with improving his own game and helping the team win. If Brantley can…

One of the Best Behind the Plate: Yan Gomes

Two years ago, I remember sitting at a table with the Did The Tribe Win Last Night staff discussing whom we thought would be breakout players that…

Reigning Cy Young Kluber Looking to Build on 2014 Breakout

It is not very often that a starting pitcher can have the season Corey Kluber had in 2014 and enter the next year with even a smidgeon…

Re-Bourn or Re-Injured?

Is 2015 finally the season where Cleveland gets a healthy Michael Bourn? During the first half of his four year contract that he signed prior to the…

Allen Leads Bullpen Looking for Postseason Berth

Each year since his arrival, Cody Allen has assumed a larger role for the Cleveland Indians. While the role may not have much more room to grow,…

Kipnis Will Be More Than a One Month Wonder

Let’s take a trip back to June of 2013. This was a month that second basemen Jason Kipnis will never forget. During this time, Kipnis was arguably…

Ramirez Provides Indians With More Than Depth

The defensive woes of the Indians were some of the more frequently noted problems plaguing Cleveland throughout their third place finish last season. There is an expectation…

Mike Aviles Can Do It All

Utility man Mike Aviles played six different positions for the Indians last year: – 26 games at third base – 33 games at second base – 27…

16 Reasons Why Sports Illustrated Didn’t Just Jinx the Indians

Well, they went and did it again. Twenty-eight years after forecasting an “Indian Uprising” that resulted in a 101-loss dumpster fire, Sports Illustrated has once again picked…

Chisenhall Must Find a Way to Improve Defense Throughout Season

There was hardly a player more talked about during last year’s Spring Training than Lonnie Chisenhall. Would he get the third base job, what would happen between…

Atchison, Aging Well, Will Again be Key Bullpen Arm in 2015

The time-line for most Major League Baseball players typically involves being a rookie in their early 20s, hitting their stride in their mid 20s, having their peak…

It’s Time for Francisco Lindor in Cleveland

Last summer I stood on the field before the Eastern League All-Star Game and spoke with Francisco Lindor about his life, his development and his future with…