The scene is a familiar one to those who regularly watch Cleveland baseball. Shane Bieber or Corey Kluber or Cody Allen or James Karinchak stand on the… Read more “Roberto Perez is better than you think”
The Indians have to let Daniel Johnson display his tools in the shortened 2020 season.
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?”
In the fall of 2018, on the front end of the Indians efforts to radically decrease payroll during a contention window, they traded Yan Gomes for Daniel… Read more “Daniel Johnson: What is the Floor?”
Adding lineup depth is key, and Kole Calhoun may be the Indians best option.
As Indians offense flutters, an obvious play materializes: Forego wasting reps on an aging vet and opt for the red-hot prospect.
What Indians prospects are flashing their upside early in 2019?
The Cleveland Indians have a lot of interesting stories in the outfield, but if you put the book together, the novel isn’t necessarily one you want to read.
Which Indians prospects can impact the big league team in 2019.
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.