Corey Kluber’s injury creates a dilemma. A look at a couple internal options to replace him and a borderline crazy trade proposal.
Carlos Carrasco’s slider is one of the best in the game. A biopsy on how he molds the pitch to produce effective results.
Oscar Mercado? Jordan Luplow? The Indians have righties ready to go in Columbus… It’s time to make the call.
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Corey Kluber got roughed up by the Chicago White Sox… Here’s why Indians fans should be concerned.
Mike Clevinger’s latest weaponry was on full display against the Chicago White Sox. Indians fans have another brilliant arm to be excited about…
The Indians are offering Tyler Naquin a final shot at redemption. A brief attempt at understanding why the outfielder is being prioritized over a pair of intriguing prospects.
Jose Ramirez and Francisco Lindor arrive at the same destination despite vastly different hitting approaches.
Last season, it was a slider. This year, it is a changeup. Trevor Bauer is always looking for the next path to effectiveness.
A rabid pessimist weighs in on the outlook of the Indians 2019 season.
The Indians have acquired Carlos Gonzalez. On his potential impact and where he fits at this stage in his career.
Mike Clevinger is riding a usage change towards becoming a household name. Despite a herky-jerky delivery, he has found a command level that maximizes his effectiveness.
The Indians prioritized Jake Bauers over Yandy Diaz. On why they opted for this route.
The Indians have built a powerhouse rotation by exploiting a market inefficiency. Breaking balls are the name of the game.
Roberto Perez was outstanding in the 2016 playoffs, but it has all gone downhill from there. A look at how the Indians’ starting catcher can’t hit a breaking ball.
Jason Kipnis was once overrated by the Indians fanbase. Now he is categorically undervalued…
The Indians signed Tyler Clippard to a minor league deal. It could work out very well for them, pending usage deployment decisions.
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The Indians have had an obvious plan of attack this off-season, and it revolves around finding guys who know how to get on base.
The Cleveland Indians offseason has featured a bevy of moves. No, they haven’t dealt away a frontline starter. On the contrary, they have shipped out a handful of aging well-knowns for a mixed bag of major league talent and prospects. Out are Yan Gomes, Edwin Encarnacion, Yonder Alonso, and Yandy Diaz. In are Daniel Johnson, Jefry Rodriguez, Andruw Monasterio, Carlos Santana (hello, old friend), Jake Bauers, and Alex Call. Only two of the previously mentioned names are locks to be a prominent part of the Indians 2019 pennant chase, yet one or two more may surface as options throughout the campaign.