Buyer Beware: Pedro Alvarez And Chris Carter Bring Power But Limited ImpactThere was a time when power ruled the land. Those who wielded heavy lumber with which they'd slay opposing hurlers were baseball's darlings. Chicks dug the long ball.
'Next Man Up' Works For Cavaliers In Win Over Hawks, But David Blatt Sees Room For ImprovementNext man up. It's one of those often used -- sometimes annoying -- sports cliches which get tossed around anytime a team is dealing with injuries.
Cavs' LeBron James: 'Until We Own [A Sense Of Urgency], We Won't Get Better'LeBron James says the sky isn't falling. But he knows the Cleveland Cavaliers have to play better.
MLB Rumors: Indians Have Preliminary Trade Talks With At Least 3 Teams According To ReportWith free agency an unlikely route for the Cleveland Indians to drastically improve this winter, trade discussions will be absolutely critical for Chris Antonetti. The Tribe's controllable and affordable pitching makes them an appetizing trade partner for a number of clubs, and according to Jon Morosi of Fox Sports, a number of teams have already reached out to Cleveland about a swap from a starter.
Indians' Francisco Lindor Finishes Second In AL Rookie Of The Year Voting It didn't matter how many times Francisco Lindor was asked about potentially winning American League Rookie of the Year, he made it impeccably clear from day one: He isn't here to win awards. He wants to win games. While taking home the honor may never have been his ultimate goal, he impressed many in his first taste of big league action. And for his efforts, he impressed enough voters to finish as the runner-up for the American League Rookie of the Year Award, finishing behind Carlos Correa of the Houston Astros.
Indians' Francisco Lindor Named As Finalist For 2015 AL Rookie Of The Year AwardFrancisco Lindor is one step closer to potentially taking home some postseason hardware. The Indians' rookie shortstop was named as one of three finalists for the AL's Rookie of the Year Award on Tuesday night, joining Carlos Correa of the Houston Astros and Miguel Sano of the Minnesota Twins.
Indians' Michael Brantley Undergoes Shoulder Surgery, Expected To Miss 5-6 Months: Zuppe's Diamond DiaryThe Cleveland Indians off-season began with less than ideal news. The Tribe's most consistent offensive player over the past three seasons, Michael Brantley, underwent surgery on his right shoulder on Monday, the team announced through a press release. The procedure is expected to sideline the outfielder for 5-6 months, which would put Brantley's timetable to return somewhere near April or May
Indians Activate LHPs TJ House & Nick Hagadone From DL, Re-Sign RHP Joe Colon To Minor League DealWith the MLB off-season just getting underway, the Cleveland Indians made a few moves on Saturday to kick things off. The Tribe activated left-handed pitchers TJ House and Nick Hagadone from the 60-day disabled list and announced the re-signing of right-handed pitcher Joe Colon to a Minor League contract with an invite to Spring Training camp.
LeBron James Hopes To Play On Sunday After Getting Kneed In QuadAfter getting kneed in the left quad in the fourth quarter of Friday's 108-102 Cleveland Cavaliers victory over the Philadelphia 76ers, LeBron James is hoping he will be able to play on Sunday.
How Does Extension Of Qualifying Offer To Colby Rasmus By Houston Impact Any Chance Of Indians Pursuing Him?If the Cleveland Indians truly had any interest in outfielder Colby Rasmus, the left-handed hitter's price tag just got a little steeper.
Cavaliers 96, Knicks 86: Five Things To KnowThe Cleveland Cavaliers won their fourth in a row, coming from behind to best the New York Knicks at Quicken Loans Arena, 96-86. Here are five things to know about Wednesday's game: