Tribe Beat: 92.3’s TJ Zuppe joined Baskin & Phelps Tuesday to discuss Kipnis’ further explanation of his accountability comments, another rough series opener and why this is a continuing problem, and more trade rumors as the deadline approaches.
The Cleveland Indians lost their fifth straight, dropping Monday’s series opener to the Kansas City Royals, 9-4. Here are four thoughts from Monday’s loss:
CLEVELAND (AP) — Eric Hosmer drove in four runs, Kendrys Morales added three RBIs and the Kansas City Royals opened a 10-game road trip with a 9-4 victory over the spiraling Cleveland Indians on Monday […]
Jason Kipnis has become the Cleveland Indians’ vocal leader, and the All-Star second baseman’s words carry more weight than any player in the Tribe’s locker room.
C.J. Nitkowski on Whether This is Rock Bottom For Indians: “It’s Close; A Lot of Work To Do”, Bourn/Swisher Contracts “Crippling This Team”
C.J. Nitkowski talks about whether the Indians have hit rock bottom as of right now, the players’ only meeting that occurred after being swept by the White Sox, the positivity surrounding the starting pitching…
Three pitchers who became dominant after trades and a rock-solid catcher-turned-second baseman have a new moniker — Hall of Famer.
If the Cleveland Indians’ season wasn’t already in serious jeopardy, Sunday’s loss to the Chicago White Sox helped push it over the edge
The Indians’ worst series of a frustrating season ended with a very familiar theme: A starting pitcher deserving better being unsupported by a listless offense.
Indians Senior Vice President of Public Affairs Bob Dibiasio joined Chico Borman & 92.3 The Fan on Sunday.
In a matchup between Carlos Carrasco and Chris Sale, runs were supposed to be at a premium. Only one of those two starters held up their end of the bargain. And by the end of the night, the Indians found themselves in the AL Central’s cellar.