Repeat of Last Winter’s Spending Not Necessary For Tribe to Be 2018 Title Contenders

Last year, the Cleveland Indians made one of the biggest free agent signings of the winter. The guaranteed $60 million for three years doled out to slugger…

Atchison Joins Cleveland Coaching Staff as Bullpen Coach

The Cleveland Indians formally announced on Thursday afternoon that former Tribe reliever Scott Atchison had been hired as the bullpen coach on manager Terry Francona‘s staff for…

Indians Bring Back Willis for Another Stint as Pitching Coach

One of the big questions looming over the Cleveland front office this offseason was answered on Thursday morning as the Indians announced that Carl Willis has been…

Cleveland Connections in the 2017 World Series

This is the type of story that should not have been written, as had all gone according to plan, the Cleveland Indians would be back-to-back winners of…

Indians With Another Coaching Vacancy as Quatraro Returns to Rays

When a team finds sustained success on the field, they oftentimes run the risk of losing some of the coaches that helped get them there as opportunity…

Indians Add Pitching Coach to Offseason Needs as Callaway Joins Mets

Nearly four years ago, I met Mickey Callaway for the first time. He had just completed his first season with the Indians as the pitching coach on…

Bruce or Santana? The Tribe’s Multi-Million Dollar Question

Every offseason, every Major League Baseball team has tough decisions to make. Most teams – even the good ones – rarely start a new season with every…

Brantley’s Surgery Provides Few Answers, More Questions

On Thursday morning, the Cleveland Indians announced that left fielder Michael Brantley had undergone surgery the day before to help stabilize the ligaments in his injured right ankle,…

Accumulation of Injuries Started Tribe Offense’s Downward Spiral

The Cleveland Indians’ postseason dreams may have come to a crashing halt with the nightmare scenario of losing slugger Edwin Encarnacion in the first inning of Game…

Curses Aren’t to Blame for Indians’ Postseason Woes

The abrupt end to a season – especially one with expectations as high as the Indians had – is always met with a certain amount of navel…

Ramirez and Lindor Represent Current Frustration, Future Championship Hopes

There are many reasons why the Cleveland Indians’ season is over right now instead of the team playing in the ALCS (which was instead contested between the Houston Astros…

Waking Up from the Tribe’s Game 5 Loss

There are days that are very difficult for sports fans, and while I’m a Cleveland fan by birth (and therefore should be pretty well acclimated to disappointment),…