Terry Francona: I'm Certainly Recharged; We're An 102-Win Team And I Don't Think We're Too Far Away From That Right NowIndians manager Terry Francona talks about recharging this offseason, his message going into Spring Training, and other roster decisions.
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.
Zack Meisel: The Odds Are Greater Than 50% That Both Carlos Santana And Jay Bruce Are Gone From ClevelandZack Meisel of The Athletic joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima, live from the to talk about the latest with the Cleveland Indians.
Francona Finishes Second In AL Manager Of The Year VotingPaul Molitor has won the American League Manager of the Year award after his Minnesota Twins became the first team to make the playoffs following a 100-loss season.
Indians Hire Red Sox Assistant Hitting Coach Victor RodriguezThe 56-year-old had spent the last 23 seasons in the Red Sox organization, the last five as assistant hitting coach, before deciding to reunite with his former boss in Cleveland under the same role.
Indians Featured In Finalists For Three Major BBWAA AwardsThree Cleveland Indians were named among the BBWAA award finalists released on Monday night.
Indians Promote Atchison To Bullpen Coach At Expense of BereThe 41-year old spent the last two seasons as the Indians' Major League Advance Coach & Staff Assistant.
Indians Go With What They Know With Willis HiringThe 56-year-old had four suitors for his services, but the quality of the Indians staff was what Willis said pushed him over the top.
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?
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.
Francona: 2017 Exit Was Tougher Than In 2016The expectation for the 2017 Cleveland Indians was vastly higher than that of the 2016 version. The timeline was much shorter.
'Wiped Out' Francona Aching From Indians October OusterIndians manager Terry Francona said he was physically "wiped out" by a season that ended way too soon.
Matt Underwood: Both Carlos Santana And Jay Bruce Told Me They Want To Be Here In 2018SportsTime Ohio's Matt Underwood joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk about game 5 of Indians/Yankees and were we go from here.
Bud Shaw: Terry Francona Gets The Benefit Of The Doubt After 2016, You Can't Blame Him For The Loss To The YankeesBud talked about what he thinks went wrong with the Indians in the ALDS, where the team goes from here and if the Tribe's window is closing for a World Series title.
Carman And Lima: It's All Over For The Indians, Who Do You Blame?The Indians dropped game 5 of the ALDS 5-2 and with that their season is over. Questions arose after the game of Corey Kluber's health and the team's inconsistency at the plate. Ken Carman and Anthony Lima ask you, who/what to you blame for the collapse?