Smoke Signals: Bauer's Arbitration Case, Salazar's Shoulder and More Injury UpdatesTrevor Bauer picked up a win that no Cleveland Indians player has since 1991.
T.J. Zuppe: 2018 Could Be The Last Great Chance For The Indians To Win The World SeriesT.J. Zuppe of The Athletic joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima with the latest with the Cleveland Indians.
Zack Meisel: The Indians Advantage Over The Top Teams In The American League Is Still Starting PitchingZack Meisel of The Athletic joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk about the latest with the Cleveland Indians.
Kipnis Trade Unlikely Until Indians Find Their First BasemanThe Winter Meetings ended with so much as a whimper from the Cleveland Indians, about as expected. The non-tender deadline is in the rearview as well, and free agency is fully underway, though a slow market.
Indians Operating Under Familiarity Plan In Early Off-SeasonThe Cleveland Indians had a ton of decisions to make heading into a critical off-season. So far, Chris Antonetti’s staff has made things easier on themselves by making the easy decisions.
Options: Indians Keep Brantley For $11.5M, Tomlin For $3MThe Indians exercised an $11.5 million option on outfielder Michael Brantley and a $3 million option on right-hander Josh Tomlin.
Carman And Lima: Did We Trust In Tito Too Much With Michael Brantley?Ken Carman & Anthony Lima want to know, was Terry Francona too loyal to Dr. Smooth going into the postseason and should the team pick up his $11 million option for 2018?
Indians Not In Great Position To Exercise Brantley's OptionThere are a few things to understand when talking about off-season moves in baseball, the first of which is: without a salary cap, it is hard to have a great idea of what a team's budget is.
Michael Brantley Undergoes Ankle SurgeryBrantley will return to full baseball activity in 4 to 5 months, according to the team.
Five Questions The Cleveland Indians Must Address For 2018The Cleveland Indians will be the favorites for their third straight American League Central title in 2018, but how they might get there is maybe more of an unknown at this point than perhaps feels comfortable.
A Special Indians Edition Of All Pro Or Hell NoSadly the Indians season ended early in 2017 with an ALDS loss to the New York Yankees so it's time to start looking forward as Carman & Lima play an Indians edition of All Pro or Hell No with potential offseason moves.