Franmil Reyes’ initial tenure with the Indians was not a good one, his bat was pedestrian for a bat first player, and perhaps that has clouded what… Read more “Franmil Reyes: Impact Right-Handed Bat”
Tag: Carlos Carrasco
Tyler Clippard’s High-Leverage Lockdown
Tyler Clippard stepped up and bridged the gap into extra innings, allowing the Indians to take Game 1 over the Twins. His takedown of Max Kepler in the 9th proved monumental.
The Indians Organization is Now Caught in Between
The Indians were passive in 2018, how will it change 2020?
Carlos Carrasco’s Weaponized Slider
Carlos Carrasco’s slider is one of the best in the game. A biopsy on how he molds the pitch to produce effective results.
The Indians are burning bridges at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario?
Your Cleveland Indians were swept by a 2-10 Kansas City Royals, who had lost ten games in a row. Your starting rotation is down one starter to injury, and two starters to struggle. Your All-World shortstop hasn’t played an out, there’s no depth, and your other All-World infielder is playing badly. So why is Brad Miller such a big deal?
The Indians’ Shane Bieber is entering the land of giants
The Cleveland Indians’ rotation has been one of the best in baseball. With Mike Clevinger out, and Carlos Carrasco struggling, this is the perfect opportunity for Shane Bieber to break out, and that’s just what he’s doing.
Indians Bold Predictions and Probabilities
Picking Indians breakouts and their likelihood of occurrence.
The Hater’s Guide to the 2019 Cleveland Indians
A rabid pessimist weighs in on the outlook of the Indians 2019 season.
Trouble With The Curve — An Indians Organizational Philosophy
The Indians have built a powerhouse rotation by exploiting a market inefficiency. Breaking balls are the name of the game.
View from the Porch: Bold Predictions for the 2015 Cleveland Indians Season
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… Read more “View from the Porch: Bold Predictions for the 2015 Cleveland Indians Season”
Running the Bases on a Lazy Sunday
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… Read more “Running the Bases on a Lazy Sunday”
A Healthy Rotation Can Win The Central Division
Going into the 2015 season the Cleveland Indians have a starting rotation that has been talked about as one of the best in all of Major League… Read more “A Healthy Rotation Can Win The Central Division”
5 Breakout Candidates for the 2015 Tribe
Jason Kipnis 2014: .240 / .310 / .330 / 6 HR STEAMER: .253 / .328 / .382 / 13 HR ZIPS: .256 / .330 / .388 /… Read more “5 Breakout Candidates for the 2015 Tribe”
Cleveland Indians State of the Union at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario
You can almost smell it, can’t you. If you close your eyes and take a deep breath, you can catch a distant whiff of baseball at Progressive… Read more “Cleveland Indians State of the Union at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario”
The Cleveland Indians starting rotation battle–EHC Podcast 11–2/13/15
The Cleveland Indians rotation. It almost needs a line all to itself. Cy Young award winner Corey Kluber helped morph a “rag-tag” group of unproven starters into one… Read more “The Cleveland Indians starting rotation battle–EHC Podcast 11–2/13/15”
Cleveland Indians’ Corey Kluber anchors staff with few questions
With the gray haze of February weighing down the North Coast, and six more weeks of Winter looming thanks to that dumb ground hog in Punxsatawny, it’s… Read more “Cleveland Indians’ Corey Kluber anchors staff with few questions”
The Sunday Drive with Gordon’s return, a weak Browns’ defense and a Cavaliers conundrum
As 50 degree weather breaks up the ‘Polar Vortex,” or the “Bomb Cyclone” here on the North Coast, I find myself pondering the conundrum that all of… Read more “The Sunday Drive with Gordon’s return, a weak Browns’ defense and a Cavaliers conundrum”
The real deal on the Indians acquiring Charles Brewer from the DBacks
I know what you’re thinking. Who is Charles Brewer? There’s a reason why you don’t know who Charles Brewer is. Charles Brewer hasn’t been very good. Here’s what… Read more “The real deal on the Indians acquiring Charles Brewer from the DBacks”
Chasing Headley at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario
The 2014 season is in the books here at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario, and while the like-minded and often-compared-to-Cleveland-Kansas City Royals are currently preparing to… Read more “Chasing Headley at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario”
A tale of baseball misery at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario
And then there is 2014… It’s really hard not to feel that way here at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario after the Cleveland Indians’ 2014 playoff… Read more “A tale of baseball misery at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario”