Indians Young Role Players Extending Window Of StreakThe Cleveland Indians won their club record 15th straight game on Thursday, and won Northeast-Ohioans $1.7 million in windows because of that feat.
Third Base Competition Could Emerge In Kipnis' SteadWith Jason Kipnis on the disabled list for the third time this season, the Cleveland Indians seem comfortable for the moment with moving Jose Ramirez to second base in his stead.
Terry Pluto Joins Baskin and Phelps To Discuss The Indians Offensive ExplosionTerry Pluto talks with Les Levine about the promise of Yandy Diaz, Andrew Miller's injury, what to do with Jay Bruce and Carlos Santana and the Cavs trade of Kyrie Irving to Boston.
Diaz "Launches" Glimpse Of Top End Hitting PotentialDiaz entered play on Thursday 6th in all of baseball averaging an exit velocity of 92.4 mph batted balls, putting him in between the likes of Paul Goldschmidt, Aaron Judge and Nelson Cruz on that list.
Indians Send Miller, Salazar To DL; Armstrong, Diaz RecalledIt was no surprise when the news came along on Tuesday that Andrew Miller was headed back to the disabled list, but the same cannot be said for Danny Salazar who also appeared on the press release.
Hooper: Keep Your Anti-Intellectualism Out Of My GameRegardless of how you view the universe, there is one thing that unites us all in fact. That is numbers. Numbers and physics.
Smoke Signals: Cabrera's Complaint, Bauer's Approach and Yandy's BreakMiguel Cabrera can affect a ballgame in a whole lot of ways, but who knew he could change a game by complaining?
The Coach, The Kid and The Vet: Sarbaugh's Call Propels Diaz, Enables BrantleyThe two biggest acquisitions over the past 12 months of Indians baseball did not have the best days, while some of the team’s diamonds in the rough helped grind out a 2-1 win in a 10-inning offensive struggle.
Depth Hurts Yandy Diaz, Outfield Future May HelpThey say depth is a good problem to have, but is it? Obviously it is…but is it?
Lord Baseball, Adam The Bull, Graces Carman And Lima With His PresenceAfternoon host, Adam the Bull, joined The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima to discuss opening day for the Cleveland Indians.
Smoke Signals: Patient Abe, Independent Yandy and Re-Calibrated KluberCorey Kluber threw 58 sinkers in his season debut, the pitch that has been the driving force behind the Indians ace’s success to this point in his career.