Report: Mickey Callaway To Be Named Manager Of The New York MetsJoel Sherman of the New York Post says everything is in place for Callaway to join the New York Mets as soon as tomorrow.
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.
Indians Pitching Coach Mickey Callaway: "It's Just Business As Usual Here; Good Practice For The Playoffs"Mickey Callaway talks about the teams 22-game win streak, keys to keeping players engaged and this being great preparation for the playoffs.
Indians Tip Their Hand In Win 21, They're Having FunTrying to write about the Cleveland Indians’ now 21-game win streak has been tiresome at times, mostly because of the team’s professional approach.
Mickey Callaway: Indians Miss Atmosphere Francona CreatesIndians pitching coach Mickey Callaway talks about Terry Francona's health situation, and the Cleveland pitching staff's up and down season.
Mickey Callaway: "I've Been Pleased With What I've Been Seeing" With Pitchers; Encarnacion "Going To Get On A Good Groove"Mickey Callaway talks about the starting pitching so far including Carlos Carrasco's early success, the plan/use of starting pitching and the bullpen after such a long postseason run last year, and why they're not a bit worried about the slow offensive start...
Cody Anderson Says "Precision" In Preparation, Trust From Mickey Callaway The Key For This Starting StaffCody Anderson talks about starting the season on the active roster for the first time in his career, playing in cold weather in April, the strength in the starting pitching staff for this team, how Mickey Callaway has helped him in his development, what he learned in the minor leagues and how special Francisco Lindor can be...
Trevor Bauer Plans To Spend Off-Season Trying To 'Figure Out How To Enjoy Life'Trevor Bauer's off-season plans seem simple enough: "Try to figure out how to enjoy life.” Won't we all. Bauer's season filled with many peaks and valleys has led the right-hander to question what he will do this winter.