Starters, Jose Locked In as Indians Take 2 of 3

The Cleveland Indians take the opening series of the 2020 season as they took two out of three against the Kansas City Royals. The starting pitching was as great as they’ve been over the last several seasons as Shane Bieber, Mike Clevinger, and Carlos Carrasco dominated the Royals lineup throughout the weekend. https://twitter.com/zackmeisel/status/1287473992429961217?s=21 Bieber struck … Continue reading Starters, Jose Locked In as Indians Take 2 of 3

Francisco Lindor’s Future with the Indians

Photo Courtesy of The New York Times The biggest topic surrounding the Indians' offseason is the future of All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor. The soon-to-be 26-year old has two years remaining on his contract and there's no indiciations that the Indians and Lindor will be able to work out a long-term agreement. The rumors have already … Continue reading Francisco Lindor’s Future with the Indians

Lindor on long term extension: “We’ll see”

Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor met with reporters in Goodyear, Arizona on Monday morning and when brought up about signing a long term deal with the club, he said this https://twitter.com/zackmeisel/status/1097524599305035776?s=21 Lindor entered his first year of arbitration this season and things went smoothly as the two sides agreed on a one year deal worth $10.55 … Continue reading Lindor on long term extension: “We’ll see”

Francisco Lindor out 7 to 9 weeks with calf strain

Spring training is a week away and already a speed bump has already hit the Cleveland Indians on their road towards the postseason. Shortstop Francisco Lindor will likely miss all of spring training according to multiple reports as he recovers from a right calf strain. The timetable for recovery is seven to nine weeks which … Continue reading Francisco Lindor out 7 to 9 weeks with calf strain

Questions loom for the Indians as they head into the offseason

We're under 24 hours from the end to the Indians season and whether people want to admit it or not, there's big questions surrounding the future of the organization. A lot of change is coming and some change might not be expected. There's a long list of free agents and there's already talk of players … Continue reading Questions loom for the Indians as they head into the offseason

Indians sending five to 2018 All-Star Game

  For the second consecutive season, the Cleveland Indians will have five players representing the organization in the 2018 edition of the Major League Baseball All-Star Game. Jose Ramirez was voted in by the fans to start at third base, the first time since Al Rosen in 1953-54 that an Indians third baseman is starting … Continue reading Indians sending five to 2018 All-Star Game

Five Indians voted to All-Star Game

The Cleveland Indians will be well represented for the All-Star Game next week in Miami. Third baseman José Ramirez was voted in as a starter and he'll be joined by Andrew Miller, Michael Brantley, Francisco Lindor and Corey Kluber who were voted in as reserves. Manager Terry Francona will be the manager for the American … Continue reading Five Indians voted to All-Star Game