Smoke Signals: Fake History, Baby Steps and New ContractsNothing like doing something historic only for it not to count.
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.
Jim Bowden: Indians Would Be Crazy Not To Do Everything To Sign Lindor Right Now, $20 Million A Year A Bargain Five Years From NowJim Bowden talks about the Indians' offseason, the strength of the pitching staff and rotation and why the Indians need to get Francisco Lindor signed right now.
Joe Posnanski: "Indians Run Production Will Be Fine"Joe Posnanski of MLB.com joined Andy and Jeff to discuss the outlook for the Indians this season and MLB's rule changes.
Chris Rose On Browns Draft Plans: "Don't Get Too Cute"Chris Rose of the NFL Network talks about how the Browns should approach picks 1 and 4 in the upcoming NFL Draft.
Indians' Lindor: New Hair Color, Old Pain From Playoff LossFrancisco Lindor changed his hair color. He can't shake the sting from October.
Tale Of The Tape: Erik Gonzalez Vs. Giovanny UrshelaIt is most likely that only one will emerge from Indians camp.
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.