Encarnacion Playing Through The Pain In Elimination GameEncarnacion is back in the starting lineup for ALDS Game 5 after missing Games 3 and 4 with a sprained ankle that made him exit in the early goings of Game 2.
Alex Hooper: If Edwin Encarnacion Is Healthy Enough To Pinch Hit, Then He's Healthy Enough To DHOur Indians beat reporter Alex Hooper joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to get us ready for game 5 of the ALDS.
Carman And Lima: What Should The Indians' Lineup Be For Game 5?Should Terry Francona move Jason Kipnis back to 2nd base so Jose Ramirez can play 3rd base? Should Edwin Encarnacion be the designated hitter after sitting out with an ankle injury? We discuss here.
Francona Picking Between 'Four Lineups' For Game 5Terry Francona has some decisions to make on his elimination game lineup for Wednesday. He has already made a few, but that has only given him more decisions to make.
Past Storylines Plague Indians As Single Mistake Downs ThemFor one night, all of the negative storylines that had plagued the Cleveland Indians earlier in the year came true. That was all the New York Yankees needed.
Edwin Encarnacion 'Pretty Close' To Playing In Game 3When Edwin Encarnacion was writhing in pain on Friday after turning his ankle in the 1st inning, there was talk about his removal from the Cleveland Indians' ALDS roster, thus eliminating him from playing in the ALCS.
Michael Brantley Listed On Indians' Initial Postseason RosterWith just three plate appearances since August 8th, Michael Brantley will be on the Cleveland Indians’ ALDS roster.
Tom Withers: The Indians Should Put Michael Brantley On The Playoff RosterTom Withers of the Associated Press joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk Indians and Browns.
Lima Likes for October 2ndThis week's subjects include Brantley's return, Kluber's season, October, Mickey Calloway, University of Troy.
Indians Show Sense Of Relief To Begin PostseasonLike their neighbors in Gateway Plaza, the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Indians had a good feeling they would play in the post-season following a loss in the championship round.
Smoke Signals: Brantley Back, Kluber, Olson and Fan MilestonesJudging by what Indians Manager Terry Francona said pre-game, his talk with Michael Brantley must have gone well.
Despite Activation, Future Still Up In Air For BrantleyThe hurdles in front of him have been many, but Michael Brantley has one more to clear before he hits the field: his manager.
Medicals, Opponent Factors In Potential Indians Playoff RosterIf you have not figured out the Cleveland Indians’ playoff roster ahead of time, do not fret. You are not alone.
Alex Hooper: Jason Kipnis Might Not Be Great In Centerfield, But His Bat Should Make Up For Subpar DefenseOur Indians beat reporter Alex Hooper joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk about the Tribe.
Zack Meisel: Indians' Dominance Will Lead To A "Painful Process" For Francona In Making Playoff Roster DecisionsZack Meisel talks about the Indians' 26 wins in 27 games, the outfield, and the tough decisions facing Terry Francona for the playoff roster.