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Is Tyler Naquin The Indians Center Fielder of the Future?

Over the last few years, the Indians have slowly been building a very solid farm system stocked with MLB-caliber talent at multiple positions. One of the Indians deepest positions is the outfield, which has 5-6 potential major league players that could help the Indians or be used as a valuable trade chip. One of the […]

CHICAGO, IL - AUGUST 24: Jerry Sands #40 of the Cleveland Indians can't catch a RBI triple hit by Anthony Rizzo #44 of the Chicago Cubs during the seventh inning on August 24, 2015 at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)

8/24 Recap: Cubs Walk-Off As Tribe Wastes Kluber Gem

Player of the Game Yet again, Corey Kluber was magnificent in interleague play today, keeping the Cubs from scoring though the first six innings. He flirted with perfection for the third time this year, not allowing a base runner through the first 5.1 when David Ross hit a solid single to left. While it was […]

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Weekend Update 8/23: The Trouble With Umpiring

RyanThompson (@BRBBlog) of Burning River Baseball to discuss Trevor Bauer, the problems of umpiring, and the tossing of Tito in Saturday’s loss to the Yankees. To continue the streak. I will be hosting Tribe Time Now this Thursday with Jim Pete and Jim Berdysz.

Rookie of the Year Race Heats Up

In what has been a remarkable season so far for rookies, there have been a host of first-year professionals who have put themselves in contention to end the campaign as the MLB’s Rookie of the Year. While Carlos Correa looks set to top the AL rankings after pulling away from his nearest rivals, the battle between […]

NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 23:  Francisco Lindor #12 of the Cleveland Indians hits a ome run in the eigth inning against the New York Yankees during their game at Yankee Stadium on August 23, 2015 in New York City.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

5/23 Recap: Lindor Rescues Tribe With Big Day

Player of the Game Francisco Lindor had a 3-hit game today, including a go-ahead solo home run in the top of the 8th inning of the always tough Dellin Betances. This was Lindor’s second straight 3-hit game. Feathers Up Carlos Santana hit his first home run from the right side of the plate since September […]

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DSL Indians Finish Season Strong

The Indians of the Dominican Summer League wrapped up their season yesterday on an overall high note. They had struggled through the first part of the season in June, but in early July the Indians of the Dominican began to turn things around beginning with a seven game winning streak that began on July 8th, […]

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8/22 Recap: Jittery Salazar Settles Down Too Late

Player of the Game Continuing his success in non-bunting situations, Francisco Lindor‘s first inning home run gave the Indians the early lead, then his eighth inning double allowed the Indians to score their only other run on a Lonnie Chisenhall single. He added a single in between for his third career three hits game. It […]

DENVER, CO - MARCH 19:  Fans of the Richmond Spiders dressed as Spiderman hold up a sign reading "Go Spiders" during a game against the Morehead State Eagles in the third round of the 2011 NCAA men's basketball tournament at Pepsi Center on March 19, 2011 in Denver, Colorado.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Along Came a Spider…

Everybody hates the beginning. It’s necessary, but once you’ve seen it, you’re ready to move on. We’ve seen this in every movie franchise reboot of late from the new Fantastic Four to Superman, the Hulk and Spider-Man, each start over is met with general displeasure by the fans of the franchise who’s opinion is, we […]

NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 21:  Closing pitcher Cody Allen #37 of the Cleveland Indians and Abraham Almonte #35 celebrate the win over the New York Yankees on August 21, 2015 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City.The Cleveland Indians defeated the New York Yankees 7-3.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

8/21 Recap: Carrasco K’s 11, Tribe Wins

Roster Update: The Indians purchased Michael Choice from the Rangers today for cash. A .188 MLB hitter used sparingly across three seasons, Choice was the Athletics first round pick in 2010 and is under team control through the 2020 season. The 25 year old outfielder is a career .279/.363/.463 hitter in the minor leagues and […]

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Gavin Floyd Hit Around in Rookie League Rehab Start

The Indians signed former Braves starter Gavin Floyd last winter to a one year, $4M deal for him to be the team’s fifth starter. With the expectations that Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco, Trevor Bauer and Danny Salazar would be the majority of the rotation, Floyd was supposed to be the veteran leader keeping the others […]

NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 20:  Abraham Almonte #35 of the Cleveland Indians makes a catch at the wall on a ball hit in the sixth inning by Brett Gardner of the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium on August 20, 2015 in the Bronx borough of New York City.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

8/20 Recap: Tomlin Slows Down Yankees

Player of the Game Josh Tomlin was effective again on the mound tonight, in fact even better than his first start against Minnesota. He threw seven innings, allowing just two hits (one home run) and one walk while striking out six. His slower than average pitching style was a good match for the aggressive Yankees, […]

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Akron Becomes Nellieville

Nellie Rodriguez can be classified in one word. Big. The 2012, 15th round draft pick of the Indians is listed at 6’2″, 250 pounds and not an ounce of that is exaggerated. A man of that size should be able to generate some serious power, and Rodriguez does not disappoint. In his minor league career […]

BOSTON, MA - AUGUST 19:  Terry Francona #17 of the Cleveland Indians reacts during batting practice before a game with the Boston Red Sox on August 19, 2015 in Boston, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

8/19 Recap: Sox Clobber Kluber, Tribe Offense Still Snoring

Player of the Game Yan Gomes tried to make a game of it late, hitting an opposite field, the run home run in th eighth to bring things within two. Jerry Sands and Michael Brantley scored on the play. Feathers Up Responsible for the only other Indians run, Lonnie Chisenhall walked twice and singled in […]

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