Jensen Lewis: Tomlin Will Likely Be 5th StarterJensen Lewis joined Andy and Jeff to discuss the idea of a 4-man rotation and evolving bullpens, the strange free-agent market this year, the 5th spot in the Tribe's rotation, the outfield and Jason Kipnis' power surge.
Jordan Bastian: Jason Kipnis' Spring Performance "Encouraging; He Came Out Here With Something To Prove"Jordan Bastian talks about Jason Kipnis' early success this Spring, Mike Clevinger's place in the starting rotation, the game plan for Francisco Mejia and Michael Brantley's status.
Smoke Signals: Anderson's Role, Napoli's Return, Guyer's AxeCody Anderson, who is returning from Tommy John surgery, will not pitch in the majors again until April 27th at the earliest.
Carman And Lima Show Open For February 21stKen and Anthony opened Wednesday’s show talking baseball, Indians baseball…they were talkin’ Tribe. PLUS: an update on Elizabeth Swaney, the Olympian that qualified in the Freestyle Skiing Ladies’ Ski Halfpipe and wowed us all with her lackluster performance.
Indians GM Mike Chernoff: "I Don't Ever Remember Showing Up To Spring Training And Fielding This Many Calls From Agents"Mike Chernoff talks about the health of Danny Salazar, the future for Jason Kipnis, the lack of movement in free agency and more.
Jensen Lewis: Indians Not As Talented As 102-Win Team; Just Need To Reach PlayoffsFormer Indians reliever and current analyst Jensen Lewis joined the Experiment to talk about the potential for the rest of the team's off-season, as well as who fits where in the bullpen.
Smoke Signals: Bauer's Arbitration Case, Salazar's Shoulder and More Injury UpdatesTrevor Bauer picked up a win that no Cleveland Indians player has since 1991.
Zack Meisel: The Odds Are Greater Than 50% That Both Carlos Santana And Jay Bruce Are Gone From ClevelandZack Meisel of The Athletic joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima, live from the to talk about the latest with the Cleveland Indians.
Hooper: The Indians Should Find A Way To Retain CallawayIf it is Callaway’s desire to become a manager immediately, then there should be no stopping him. The 42-year old has emerged as an elite coach in baseball and should be given an opportunity somewhere. He probably will have that choice.
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...
Medicals, Opponent Factors In Potential Indians Playoff RosterIf you have not figured out the Cleveland Indians’ playoff roster ahead of time, do not fret. You are not alone.
Alex Hooper: Jason Kipnis Might Not Be Great In Centerfield, But His Bat Should Make Up For Subpar DefenseOur Indians beat reporter Alex Hooper joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk about the Tribe.