On Tuesday, the Cleveland Professional Baseball Club will begin a postseason series with the New York Yankees, albeit a very abridged one. Major League Baseball in augmenting… Read more “The Cleveland Indians Versus Gerrit Cole”
Here’s how the Cleveland Indians stack up against tonight’s Reds starter Tyler Mahle.
EHC’s Jim Pete and Mike Hattery discuss the Indians during the extended COVID-19 offseason, and what it could or should look like for the Indians’ system going forward in 2020, and beyond.
How would a lost 2020 change the course of Cleveland Baseball?
In 2019, the Indians offense was a below-average unit. In 2020, there are real questions about whether the Indians improved that lineup in any material sense. The… Read more “Can the Indians Offense be Average?”
Jose Berrios is one of the best pitchers in baseball. After beating the Indians twice already this season, what can the Indians expect in their third match-up?
The Indians face Kyle Gibson with divisional positioning on the line, how will he attack the Indians lineup?
The Indians are approaching a critical point in their 2019 season — the decision to buy or sell… On why it makes sense for them to put that decision on a temporary hold.
As the Indians offense continues to underachieve, attention shifts towards hitting coach Ty Van Burkleo. A look at some concerning developments regarding the Indians hitting approach.
Never make the first or third out at third base. Starting pitching wins championships. X came to spring training in the best shape of his life. There… Read more “The Indians Are Using the Whole Field to Their Detriment”
Picking Indians breakouts and their likelihood of occurrence.
A rabid pessimist weighs in on the outlook of the Indians 2019 season.
What has Indians spring training shown us so far? A few breakout candidates have emerged.
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.
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”
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… Read more “Will the Indians’ defense hold them back in 2015?”
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”
As a disclaimer, this column was instigated by a few thoughts that John Grimm shared on Twitter, which essentially discussed Indian’s fans tendencies towards recency bias. But… Read more “Lonnie Chisenhall: An Undervalued Indian”
It’s New Year’s Eve here at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario, and I am excited about what’s to come in 2015 for your Cleveland Indians. You… Read more “Why Major League Baseball should be afraid of Cleveland’s Carlos Santana”