Travis Hafner: Opening Day Special; Tribe Line Up Deeper, Solid HittersFormer Cleveland Indian Travis Hafner joined Baskin & Phelps Monday to discuss how special Opening Day is, playing baseball in the cold, how the current Indians lineup fares, and more.
Hafner: Athletes From North Dakota, Like Carson Wentz, Will Be Hard WorkingFormer Indians slugger, and North Dakota native, Travis Hafner joined Baskin & Phelps to discuss the stigma of coming out of North Dakota like QB Carson Wentz will be, if he believes the Indians rotation can carry he entire team to success, and the importance of leadership in an MLB clubhouse.
Ex-Indians John McDonald, Charles Nagy & Travis Hafner Join Team As Special AssistantsThe Cleveland Indians, on Tuesday, announced some familiar names would be added to their group of Special Assistants to Player Development and Scouting this season.
The Ultimate Cleveland Indians LineupPlaying manager is something all kids dream of doing... that is, after their hall of fame career in the big leagues.
Jon Heyman Says "Indians Have Cold Feet" In Stalled Talks With MastersonJon Heyman talks about the Indians' inability to reach a deal with Justin Masterson at this point, whether this likely means the Indians have lessened their chances at re-signing him and if Masterson is more likely to become a free agent...
Ex-Indians' DH Travis Hafner Joins Baseball Coaching Staff At Notre Dame CollegeFormer Cleveland Indians slugger Travis Hafner has a new job title.
Travis Hafner Says Cleveland Crowd Will Play Big Role In Wild Card Match UpFormer Cleveland Indians slugger Travis Hafner joined Baskin and Phelps Wednesday to talk playoff baseball in Cleveland, his memories from the 2007 run, breaking down Danny Salazar and Alex Cobb, playing a one-game-winner-take-all game, and more!
Former Indian & Current Yankee Travis Hafner Talks Transition From Cleveland To NY
Kiley & Booms On Demand Rundown for 4/9
Yankees Spoil Indians Home Opener With 11-6 RompTravis Hafner drove in four runs in his return to Cleveland and Robinson Cano homered twice as the injury-riddled New York Yankees wrecked the Indians' opener — and manager Terry Francona's first home game — with an 11-6 win Monday.
Yankees Beat Up Jimenez And Indians 11-6 In Progressive Field Opener
Yankees DH Travis Hafner Happy To Get Fresh Start In NYHafner, who signed a 1-year $2 million contract that included an additional $4 million in incentives with the Yankees this offseason, was relaxed and all smiles sitting in the visitors dugout in Progressive Field Monday afternoon.

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