The bright lights have not changed Corey Kluber. The same cannot be said for his hairstyle.
The Cleveland Indians don’t mind if you focus on some other MLB club’s off-season. That’s fine. They sort of like it that way.
Be it through divine intervention or just old fashioned hard work and healing, Nick Swisher says he has rediscovered his passion for the game of baseball.
Cleveland Indians catcher Yan Gomes discusses how excited he is to work with the Tribe’s pitching staff in 2015.
If you plan on attending a baseball game at Progressive Field this season, you’d better bring your appetite.
With only a matter of days before TribeFest kicks off at Progressive Field this weekend, Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis took an opportunity to pop in early and share an exchange with his manager, Terry Francona, on Tuesday.
There is certainly no sugarcoating it: The Cleveland Indians were absolutely dreadful defensively in 2014.
Terry Francona Says “When Teams In Your Division Get Better, It Does Make Your Job Tougher; We’re All Excited About the Team We Have”
Terry Francona talks about the introduction of the pitch clock in the minor leagues and if the game needs to be sped up, the addition of Brandon Moss this offseason, the additions for other teams in the division and their expectations in competing atop the division…
Anthony Castrovince of MLB.com joined Mike “Chico” Bormann on Monday night to talk about a busy Indians offseason and his take on some of the moves this MLB off-season made by some big name teams and movers and shakers in the AL Central, where the Indians will have to compete with some pretty stiff competition.
Max Scherzer will become the highest-paid right-handed pitcher in the major leagues after agreeing to a $210 million, seven-year contract with the Washington Nationals that includes a record $50 million signing bonus.