Indians Take Step Back In Results in 2017, Questions Arise For 2018Expectations could not have been higher for the Cleveland Indians in 2017. They came a game short of their first title in over 60 years, and made the biggest splash in free agency in club history prior to the start of the new year.
Cleveland Indians Top 5 Moments in 2017The Cleveland Indians had huge expectations in 2017, fueled originally by the team’s World Series run the year prior, which was only stoked by the surprise signing of Edwin Encarnacion. The lone goal was not achieved, but 2017 proved to be one of the most successful and exciting years in the team’s history.
Terry Pluto: Despite Early Moves In The AL, The Indians Are Still The Best Team In The CentralTerry Pluto, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, talks Indians & Browns with Ken Carman and Anthony Lima.
Ramirez Finishes 3rd In AL MVP Voting, Lindor And Kluber Top-10Fellow 2nd baseman Jose Altuve of the Houston Astros won the award in a landslide ahead of Aaron Judge of the Yankees and Ramirez. The trio and the Angels' Mike Trout were named on all ballots.
Lindor, Ramirez Earn AL Silver Slugger AwardsThe Cleveland Indians may have felt slighted when none of their four Rawlings Gold Glove Award finalists came up with the hardware. On the offensive end, the numbers spoke for themselves.
Stars Go Missing As Indians Beat Themselves In ALDSIn 2016, the Indians were simply beat by a team that was better in a seven game series. In 2017, the Indians beat themselves. That qualifies as an abject failure.
Lindor Confident Despite Playoff Struggles OffensivelyA decisive ALDS Game 5 will come down to the Indians’ star pitcher being himself again, but they’ll need their other All-Stars to come into their own as well.
Lima Likes For October 9thThis week's subjects include Friday's Indians win, Gus Johnson's call, Browns text line, Carrasco's night.
Matt Underwood Takes Us Back To The Epic Game 2 ComebackSportsTimeOhio's Matt Underwood, the TV Voice of the Indians, takes us back to the epic Game 2 comeback with Mike "Chico" Bormann and previews the rest of the ALDS matchup with the Yankees.
Francona Leans On Emotional Lindor After Encarnacion InjuryThough losing their top run producer presented a difficult emotional hill, the game was by no means over. When the New York Yankees opened an 8-3 lead in the top of the 5th inning, the story got a little more complicated.
Indians Show Sense Of Relief To Begin PostseasonLike their neighbors in Gateway Plaza, the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Indians had a good feeling they would play in the post-season following a loss in the championship round.
Casey Stern: Mike Clevinger In The Bullpen Is Like Having A Second Andrew Miller For The PlayoffsCasey Stern of MLB Network Radio and Turner Sports joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk some Indians baseball.