The Indians signed Tyler Clippard to a minor league deal. It could work out very well for them, pending usage deployment decisions.
The Indians outfield is without a doubt the weakest link on a roster built for contention; indeed, it would be difficult for a team to have a more disappointing position group on […]
Rationality is incongruous with fandom. One spends a lifetime aspiring to be rational, only to see that work dissolve in the face of sports analysis. Objectivity is merely an illusion, sidestepped by […]
In the midst of an offseason which is best described as a payroll purge the Indians front office emphasized the importance of providing young players an opportunity to contribute at the big […]
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.
Indians pitchers and catchers have reported to Goodyear, Arizona, with two time Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber donning a loose-fitting workout jersey incorporating an abysmal drawing of a cactus. The Indians […]
WFNY’s EHC podcast returns to discuss the possibilities of trading Corey Kluber once again. With reports that the Indians are likely going to keep all of their starters, it’s still difficult to […]
There are certain deals which are constructed on the margins of information asymmetry. These are most often seen where teams make prospect for prospect swaps like the one which netted the Indians […]
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.
Netflix has been on a bit of run lately. The streaming service dipped its toe and made some noise in the last few years with original programming hits like “House of Cards” […]
As you may have noticed, Jeff Nomina did an excellent job earlier this week compiling staff predictions for the 2015 Cleveland Indians season. If you follow Fangraphs or read any of their […]
Opening Day is just around the corner and the Everybody Hates Cleveland staff has reported to camp in the worst shape of our lives. Before we all get drunk on the sweet, […]
After five seasons and a cancellation on NBC, “Community” was rescued by Yahoo and the first two episodes of season six debuted on its new home at Yahoo Screen March 17, with new […]
The Indians’ defense cost them a playoff berth in 2014. Whether you watched every game or merely looked at the performance data, this is a conclusion that most fans come to. This […]
On March 10, the first three episodes of PlayStation’s first (and so far only) original scripted series, “Powers,” debuted on PlayStation Network, free to stream for anyone with a PlayStation system (PlayStation […]
$41.6 million. That’s the remaining dollar amount that the Cleveland Browns have available in cap space. Why are they not using that to sign any high-level free agents? Well, that’s the $41.6 […]
I’ll start off this week by begging your pardon for the brevity of this week’s Lazy…an over-aggressive work/travel schedule this week plus friends from out of town prevented me from getting any […]
One of the All-Time Indians’ greats is gone. Al Rosen, perhaps the greatest Tribe third baseman of all-time, passed away Friday night at the age of 91. While his career was relatively short, […]
A lot of the Indians content here at EHC has largely been in support of the team and its players. This is a dangerous line to walk in the Cleveland media world […]
Of the top 10 bullpens in Major League Baseball last year, Cleveland’s pen had the most innings pitched. There were 39 pitchers who made at least 70 appearances last year. Cleveland had […]