Tribe Stars Agree Adversity Is Coming To Draftees For Better Or WorseNo matter who you are when you enter the minor leagues, you will eventually hit adversity. Especially in the Cleveland Indians organization.
Indians Select Pair Of Preps In OF Holmes, SS FreemanThe 6-foot-1, 180 pound Freeman is considered the fastest player in the draft and was listed as the 33rd best prospect by He is currently committed to play collegiately at Mississippi State.
Erik Gonzalez Making Career Out of Rare OpportunitiesThere has not been a whole lot of consistency for Erik Gonzalez since being called up on May 14, playing in nine of 24 games in that span, starting four times.
Tomlin, Indians Cannot Afford For Curveball To FailSaturday was another poor start for the right-hander, who fell to his AL-leading eighth loss of the season, laboring through nine hits over 2 2/3 innings.
Encarnacion, Kluber Lead Indians Past White Sox 7-3Edwin Encarnacion hit a go-ahead two-run homer, Corey Kluber won his second straight start since coming off the disabled list and the Indians beat the White Sox 7-3.
More Meetings In Last Two Days Than "In Years" For FranconaThe time for “it’s still early” has passed, and while too much worry about the 2017 Cleveland Indians may be misguided, one-third into the season, the defending American League Champions know they need to kick things into a higher gear.
All-Star Votes Cement Lindor As Current Face of BaseballLindor’s excess votes over perhaps the third most marketable player in the American League are alone enough to lead Miguel Cabrera for the AL’s first base slot.
Cleveland Indians to Unveil Frank Robinson Statue SaturdayThe only man to win the MVP in both leagues will soon have his likeness in bronze at Progressive Field.
Hooper: Keep Your Anti-Intellectualism Out Of My GameRegardless of how you view the universe, there is one thing that unites us all in fact. That is numbers. Numbers and physics.
Encarnacion, Gomes Homer In Indians' Spring FinaleEdwin Encarnacion was signed to a $60 million, three-year contract this offseason to provide power in the middle of the Cleveland Indians' lineup. It took a little while this spring, but he's finally given his new bosses an up-close look at what he can do.
Carman And Lima: Francona Wants To Speed Up The Game And So Should YouMajor League Baseball is getting rid of the intentional walk and sending batters straight to 1st base. Indians Manager Terry Francona said that he would like to see other aspects of the game to speed up as well.