A latent question facing Chris Antonetti, and Mike Chernoff, has as the result of Mike Clevinger’s seeming apathy towards clubhouse relationships, and team protocols, been forced to… Read more “Mike Clevinger’s Trade Value”
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?
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”
In Major League Baseball the state of one’s franchise is often discussed around the concept of windows. That is, how long will this one last? Is a… Read more “On Extending Shane Bieber”
The Indians and Twins begin a key series in the quest for the AL Central. Here’s what you need to know.
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.
Mike Clevinger’s latest weaponry was on full display against the Chicago White Sox. Indians fans have another brilliant arm to be excited about…
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 have built a powerhouse rotation by exploiting a market inefficiency. Breaking balls are the name of the game.