White Sox Reportedly Talk To Indians 1B Coach Sandy Alomar About Their Bench Coach JobThe White Sox have reportedly discussed making Sandy Alomar their bench coach. The Chicago Sun Times was first to report that Chicago had talked to the current Cleveland Indians first base coach about the job. According to the article, the White Sox reached out to the former catcher last week.
Quick Hits: Chris Antonetti And Terry Francona Recap The Indians' 2015 SeasonChris Antonetti and Terry Francona sat down with members of the media on Tuesday at Progressive Field to recap the 2015 season and look ahead to the off-season prior to the 2016 campaign. Here are some of the things that stood out in the session:
WATCH: Indians Manager Terry Francona Shares His Take On Upcoming Off-SeasonWhile other clubs are gearing up for playoff baseball, the Cleveland Indians fell short of expectations -- both internally and externally -- and instead are preparing for the upcoming off-season. Manager Terry Francona, while meeting with the media on Tuesday afternoon at Progressive Field, shared his perspective on the upcoming winter and changes that need to be made.
WATCH: Chris Antonetti And Mike Chernoff Discuss Promotions In Indians Front OfficeOn Tuesday, the Cleveland Indians announced several promotions in their front office. Chris Antonetti was promoted to President of Baseball Operations, while Mike Chernoff will assume the role of General Manager, and Derek Falvey takes on the title of Assistant General Manager.
What Stood Out In The Cavs' Wine And Gold Scrimmage?Mission accomplished. After playing in just one quarter of action before watching the remainder of the scrimmage from the sidelines, LeBron James, who scored six points for the Wine team, was asked what the biggest accomplishment from the evening was.
A Pair Of Indians Rookies Get Recognition For Strong Final MonthA pair of Indians rookies dominated the final month of the MLB season. On Monday, the dynamic duo were recognized for their efforts.
Indians Try To Balance Many Emotions After Falling Short Of ExpectationsDisappointing. Underachievement. Failure. All of these words could be used to describe the Cleveland Indians' 2015 season. And you'd certainly have a point to drop those descriptions. After all, the Tribe were expected to be playing beyond Sunday's regular season finale against the Boston Red Sox, a game in which Cleveland won, 3-1 on the final day of the MLB campaign.
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.
Terry Francona On Corey Kluber's Season: 'We'd Take Five Of Him And Be Happy As Hell'The Cleveland Indians, behind eight superb innings by Corey Kluber, topped the Boston Red Sox on Saturday night at Progressive Field, 2-0. Here is what the team had to say following the victory over Boston:
Quick Recap: Indians 2, Red Sox 0Corey Kluber shut down the Red Sox for eight innings, the Indians slammed a pair of solo homers, and Cleveland beat Boston at Progressive Field, 2-0. Here is a quick recap of Saturday's game:
Indians' Zach Walters Undergoes Shoulder SurgeryZach Walters underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder on Friday, the Cleveland Indians announced on Saturday afternoon.
Josh Tomlin Takes Pride In Returning From Injuries To Help Tribe: Indians Postgame ChatterWhen was the last time Josh Tomlin's arm felt this good? "What year was I in college?" he jokingly responded. Tomlin's final start of 2015 went like most of his other big league starts this season: Very well.
Indians 8, Red Sox 2: Santana, Sands Provide Offense, Tomlin Supplies Pitching In WinThe Indians began their final series of the season with a victory over the Red Sox, emerging victorious at Progressive Field, 8-2. Here is a quick recap of Friday's game:
Indians' Michael Brantley Finds His Voice During Banged-Up Season"Basically, I'm pretty quiet," Michael Brantley said, addressing the media recently at Progressive Field. "[My teammates] make fun of me because I don't smile too much in the dugout," he added. "I'm really focused."
No Retaliation, But Jose Ramirez Still Gives Twins Some Satisfaction: Indians Postgame ChatterThere wasn't any carryover from Wednesday night's fireworks at Progressive Field. But the Twins still got the last laugh. Jose Ramirez, who angered Minnesota by flipping his bat following his three-run homer on Wednesday, committed a key throwing error on Thursday night, which helped lead to two Twins runs in the ninth, as Cleveland dropped the game, 4-2.