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 mound facing off against an […]
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.
Could the Cleveland Indians trade Francisco Lindor before the 2020 season? It’s not likely, but if they’re trying to maximize their return, sooner is better than later.
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 Cleveland Indians are searching for offense. Bobby Bradley is hitting home runs in bunches in Columbus. Is this a match made in heaven, or is the Cleveland fan base trying to push Bradley forward before he’s ultimately ready?
Is there a bigger rage in Cleveland right now than prospect Oscar Mercado? Here’s why folks are so high on a Mercado call-up.
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 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.
Jose Ramirez is currently mired in a beginning of the year slump. While many are compiling multiple months worth of data over the past two seasons, JRam likely isn’t going through a lasting struggle. This is just part of the bigger, smarter picture. Hitters are going to hit, it’s just a matter of time.
Corey Kluber got roughed up by the Chicago White Sox… Here’s why Indians fans should be concerned.
Mike Clevinger’s latest weaponry was on full display against the Chicago White Sox. Indians fans have another brilliant arm to be excited about…
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.