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What Cleveland Indians fans should watch for in the ALCS There are some ex-Cleveland Indians to still cheer for in the ALCS. When they aren't on the field, there are some intriguing free agents to scout.

Can The Cleveland Indians Continue With Their Record-Smashing Home Run Binge In 2020? In Major League Baseball, franchise home runs become obsolete faster than smartphones these days. This trend wasn't strange for the Cleveland Indians this year, with fourteen major league clubs eclipsing their past home run highs. That includes the Tribe's record 223, despite having a low start in the first few chilly months of the season.

Yankees pounce on the Astros in Game 1 of ALCS Morning news and notes for Sunday, October 13, 2019.

A Bittersweet Look at the Former Indians Playing in the Post Season This is the first October since 2015 that Cleveland Indians fans don't have October Baseball. The Tribe failed to land a Wild Card spot and ended the season much as it started…with disappointment. One factor that stings is that each of the four remaining teams has at least one former Tribe player on their roster.

Obituary: Sammy Taylor RIP to Sammy Taylor, a catcher for 6 seasons in the late '50s and early '60s. He died on October 8 at the age of 86 in his home town of Woodruff, S.C. Taylor played for the Chicago Cubs, New York Mets, Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians. Samuel Taylor was born in Woodruff in February 27, 1933.

That time Dan Otero was amazing It's a little silly to think that a tick or two could really be the game changer, but we're also talking about a pitch that's been swiftly falling out of favor as hitters chase low balls to launch into the ether, and as velocities across the game have climbed each year.

Cleveland Indians: Francisco Lindor projected to get big raise in 2020 Cleveland Indians star Francisco Lindor is expected to get huge pay raise through arbitration, plus, thoughts on other players edible for arbitration. It's…

Colavito statue to be unveiled in Cleveland's Little Italy Soon, those fans will have more than memories to remember their beloved hero. A life-size statue of Colavito is being created by noted sculptor David Deming and will be placed in Tony Brush Park at University Circle - about five miles east of Progressive Field.

Indians Release Dioner Navarro The Indians have released catcher Dioner Navarro, Baseball America's Kegan Lowe reports. Navarro signed a minor league deal with the Tribe last winter, and hit.211/.339/.274 over 115 plate appearances for Triple-A Columbus.

Cleveland Indians: Projecting the 2020 payroll The Cleveland Indians are looking to cut payroll more in 2020, but they should be spenders this offseason after cutting costs in 2019. To prepare for the M…

Jason Kipnis hosting annual shoe toss Thursday 'Can't wait to see you': Jason Kipnis' shoe toss is Thursday - Jason Kipnis is hosting his annual shoe toss today, and there's a decent chance it'll be his last in Cleveland. I'm not crying, you're crying. Yasiel Puig, Orville Redenbacher and the Indians' outfield plans -

Cleveland Indians: Potential landing spots for Yasiel Puig Time will tell if the Cleveland Indians choose to sign Yasiel Puig long-term, but what teams figure to be their competition if they want to? After two mont…

Kevin Durant's recent comments show how 2016 Cavs had truly special group OKC blew a 3-1 lead against the Warriors, for the record, probably because they were gassed. Anyway, here's the clip of it, courtesy of Hot 97, and KD hits on the Cleveland Cavaliers at the 25:26 mark, for the record.

Cleveland Indians: Should the Tribe re-sign Yasiel Puig? The Cleveland Indians should have some cash to play with this winter. Should the front office spend it to bring back Yasiel Puig? Regardless of what narrat…

Cleveland Indians: Final player grades for the 2019 season The Cleveland Indians came into 2019 with playoff expectations. Injuries and lackluster play sent the team home early for the first time since 2015. An ear…

MLB Trade Rumors projects Francisco Lindor to make $16.7 million in arbitration MLB Trade Rumors has released their projected salaries for arbitration eligible players, including of course the Cleveland Indians. Francisco Lindor is, unsurprisingly, projected to the be the most expensive arbitration-eligible Indians player at $16.7 million.

Cleveland Indians' Jason Kipnis 'can't wait to see you' at Thursday's shoe toss outside Progressive Field By Rachel Vadaj - October 9, 2019 at 3:08 PM EDT - Updated October 9 at 3:08 PM CLEVELAND, Ohio - If you haven't been to Jason Kipnis' annual Shoe Toss outside Progressive Field, this may be your last chance to do so with him being a Cleveland Indian.

Indians' offseason could be a turning point Actually, I don't think it can be neatly packed up; if anything our and other writers' analyses of the 2019 Cleveland Indians season resemble the chaotic coalescing of a katamari. I don't want to belabor it anymore. The postseason churns without the Tribe, and we must look forward to the offseason.

The Cleveland Indians' Five Biggest Off-Season Issues For the first time since 2015 the Cleveland Indians, despite winning 93 games, are not participants in the postseason. It's the first time in the two-team wildcard era that a team won 93 games and missed the postseason. If there's a silver lining to that "failure" it's that Indians officials can get an early start on planning for the 2020 season.

Rays whoop Verlander to force Game 5 Morning N&N for October 9.

Cleveland Indians: A rough finish for the AL Central in 2019 The AL Central featured two strong contenders in the Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins. Neither made it past the ALDS as both teams had a rough finish….

Twins, AL Central eliminated from World Series contention Morning news and notes for Tuesday, October 8, 2019.

Cleveland Browns, after manhandling by 49ers, look to pick up the pieces Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield passes as San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa applies pressure during the first half of an NFL football game in Santa Clara, Calif., Monday, Oct. 7, 2019. By John Deike - October 7, 2019 at 9:54 PM EDT - Updated October 7 at 11:12 PM SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.

Cleveland Indians: Carlos Carrasco and the Roberto Clemente Award Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco has a shot to win the 2019 Roberto Clemente Award. Only two Indians players have ever won. The 2019 Roberto Cleme…

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