Cody Allen, Indians Agree On $10.575M, 1-Year DealCloser Cody Allen and the Cleveland Indians have reached agreement on a $10,575,000, one-year contract.
Jordan Bastian: Indians "Should Be Able To Thrive" With Pitching Formula For PostseasonJordan Bastian talks about the Indians' playoff momentum, whether there is any area of concern for this team heading into the division series, the likely makeup of the rotation and bullpen for the postseason, Michael Brantley's status and the rest of Francona's roster...
Indians Rise To Occasion In Playoff AtmosphereMonday night’s Indians-Red Sox series opener had everything.
Nunez's RBI Single In 10th Leads Giants Past Indians, 2-1Pinch-hitter Conor Gillaspie started the winning rally with a leadoff double against Cody Allen (0-5) to celebrate his 30th birthday.
T.J. Zuppe: There Is No Doubt That Jose Ramirez Should Be An All-StarT.J. Zuppe of The Athletic joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk about the latest with the Cleveland Indians.
Positive Results Emerge From Statistical Improbability For RangersA night after a 15 run, 19 hit comeback win, the Indians mustered just 3 base hits, none of those coming between the 3rd and 8th innings.
Brantley, Salazar Recovering As Indians Return To Progressive FieldAs they return from a successful 7-1 road trip, the Indians return to Progressive Field with some pieces still moving.
Smoke Signals: Clichés, Delays and Santana's Defensive WaysThe players converged, the fireworks fired off, and the 27th out had been made. The Indians topped the Reds, 3-2. Then clichés rained down harder on the home team and their crowd than the precipitation that delayed the game for 121 minutes.
Smoke Signals: Relievers Going The Distance And Injuries HealingThe world saw what the back end of the Indians bullpen could do last season during the World Series, but in 2017, the entire staff of arms is showing their collective prowess.
Smoke Signals: Clevinger's Repertoire, Allen's Numbers, and Santana In the ClutchCalled up from Triple-A Columbus to fill in for Corey Kluber, Clevinger was in control for 5 2/3 innings in his 2017 debut. The right-hander allowed just one hit over that span in his first big league start of the year, walking four and striking out five.
Zack Meisel: Corey Kluber Could Miss Only One StartZack talked about how long Kluber might miss, who is the prank master for the Tribe and how the lineup has struggled against left-handed pitching.
Francona's Bullpen Management In Focus After Long Outings For Allen, MillerThe Indians’ two best bullpen arms worked extra time in Wednesday’s win over the Astros, as Andrew Miller labored in his second consecutive night of work, while Cody Allen went 4 1/3 innings after five nights off.