For the eighth episode of the 92.3 The Fan Tribe Beat Podcast, Indians beat reporter T.J. Zuppe is joined by one of the more popular members of the #IndiansTwitter community, @SportsYelling.
Todd Frazier and Devin Mesoraco homered off Danny Salazar to lead the Cincinnati Reds to a 13-2 win over the Cleveland Indians on Thursday.
While their AL Central rivals jockeyed during the offseason, one trying to outdo the other to improve their chances of winning a World Series title, the Indians watched.
Matt Joyce hit his first spring homer and Los Angeles Angels starter Nick Tropeano took a step forward in his quest for a rotation spot, leading Los Angeles to a 4-3 win over the Cleveland Indians.
Is 2015 the year in which the Cleveland Indians finally overtake the Detroit Tigers for the American League Central Division crown? Who will reign supreme in the AL and NL? Which club will reach the top of the mountain and claim the 2015 World Series Championship? And which member of the Tribe is destined for a breakout campaign?
Brandon Moss showed off the power that persuaded Cleveland to trade for him, hitting a three-run homer against Ryan Vogelsong that helped the Indians beat the San Francisco Giants 9-5 on Tuesday night.
Terry Francona acknowledged it was unlikely that Nick Swisher would be ready for opening day.
Don’t look now, but the Cleveland Indians are one of four teams featured on this week’s cover of Sports Illustrated.
Corey Kluber is in a unique position. And unfortunately for him, it is one that does not give him a ton of leverage.
Twentysomethings sit in rows inside a two-story, red brick building in an Allentown suburb that Norman Rockwell could have painted. Using a keyboard and a pair of screens each, the video scouts note every one of the 700,000 pitches and 130,000 batted balls in the major leagues each year, night after night after night.