Dan Otero: Bullpen's Only As Good As The Starting Pitchers, We Have One Of The Best Starting Staffs, If Not The Best, In GameDan Otero talks about Spring Training, working with new pitching coach Carl Willis, the bullpen's continued success matched with the starting staff and Lindor and Ramirez's value to this team.
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.
Bud Shaw: Terry Francona Gets The Benefit Of The Doubt After 2016, You Can't Blame Him For The Loss To The YankeesBud talked about what he thinks went wrong with the Indians in the ALDS, where the team goes from here and if the Tribe's window is closing for a World Series title.
Lima Likes For October 9thThis week's subjects include Friday's Indians win, Gus Johnson's call, Browns text line, Carrasco's night.
Road Warrior Carrasco At Home In Stadium Where Career Took OffCarlos Carrasco has not yet had his chance to breakout on the big stage, because of injury or otherwise. On Sunday, he will get his chance at in the same city he broke out to his manager.
Terry Pluto: The Indians Have To Start Carlos Carrasco In Game 2 Of The ALDSTerry Pluto from the Cleveland Plain Dealer joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima with all the latest in Cleveland sports.
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...
Smoke Signals: Kipnis Move Paying Off and More 100 EmojisMarriage is about compromise, among many other things, they say. Terry Francona has always been loyal to his veterans, and the Indians’ marriage with Jason Kipnis is one of their most cherished relationships.
Carrasco Strikes Out 14, Indians Beat Twins For 100th WinCarlos Carrasco struck out 14, Jason Kipnis and Roberto Perez hit two-run homers and the Cleveland Indians notched their 100th win, a 5-2 victory over the understandably sluggish Twins. Minnesota clinched a wild-card berth hours earlier Thursday.
Carrasco, Hot In September, Looks To Cool MarinersTribe starter Carlos Carrasco has given up only 6 ER in September.
Indians Close In On AL Central Title, Beat Royals 8-4Francisco Lindor hit an RBI double and the Indians bounced back after having their streak stopped at 22 by beating the Royals 8-4 Saturday.
T.J. Zuppe On Indians' Streak: "None Of This Is, Ultimately, Going To Matter In October; Just Enjoy This For What It Is"The Athletic's T.J. Zuppe talks about Terry Francona's "one game at a time" approach taking over since he's gotten here, and injury updates
Even On Off Nights, Carrasco Rounding Into FormIn his first eight starts after the break, Carrasco saw his ERA rise from 3.44 to 3.95. It has taken just four outings to shrink that number back down to 3.41.
Hey 19: Blazing Indians Extend Win Streak to 19 StraightWith their latest overpowering win, they extended baseball's longest winning streak since 2002 to 19 games with an 11-0 blowout of the Detroit Tigers on Monday night to move closer to a record that has stood for 101 years.
Carrasco Loses Shutout In 9th, Indians Win 14th StraightCarlos Carrasco allowed three hits in a complete game, giving the Cleveland Indians their 14th straight win in a 5-1 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday night.