Beyond the opening day roster and the complex machinations involved in service time manipulation as well as option protection organizations are tasked with other nuanced player assignment decisions. Organizational assignments for minor […]
The Cleveland Indians have a lot of unanswered questions in 2019, but perhaps the biggest one is Jason Kipnis. Kipnis is currently injured, which isn’t a great start, but if he can come back healthy, and continue his swing change improvements, perhaps he can roll out one more big season.
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.
Picking Indians breakouts and their likelihood of occurrence.
The Cleveland Indians will have a new look behind the plate in 2019. With Yan Gomes gone, can the Indians maintain Gomes-level production in the upcoming season?
Which Indians prospects can impact the big league team in 2019.
Last season, it was a slider. This year, it is a changeup. Trevor Bauer is always looking for the next path to effectiveness.
Have the Indians found a hidden value in side-arm release points?
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.
What has Indians spring training shown us so far? A few breakout candidates have emerged.
Where the Indians roster is going entering the first month of the 2019 season, and where it should be at the end.
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.
If Martin can retain his strength; if Martin can hold the gains of his launch angle adjustment the Indians have improved center field significantly over 2018.
The Indians have built a powerhouse rotation by exploiting a market inefficiency. Breaking balls are the name of the game.
Every team has a few questions to answer before the start of the 2019 Major League baseball season. Do the Indians have far too many for a playoff contending club? The EHC crew takes a dive into a few of those questions.
Bullpens are a scary business with a layer of unpredictability that often confounds front offices; unless of course one can spend and develop like the New York Yankees. The Indians have expended […]
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.