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George Willis Hudlin
Top 25 MVP (1927)
Best Season (1927)
Willis Hudlin was one of the greatest innings eater in Indians history. While he wasn't the greatest pitcher ever, he pitched 15 years for the Tribe (out of 16 seasons in his career) throwing at least 125 innings each year except for 1936. While he didn't play in the best time in Indians history, he was able to make the most of it and outpitched every other pitcher on the team during his tenure. Between 1927 and 1928 t...
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Obviously this entire conversation is based upon the assumption that the Indians will make a trade or two this off-season. It also assumes that at least one of those players traded will be Shin-Soo Choo, Asdrubal Cabrera or Chris Perez. If that assumption seems faulty, then read no further. I’ll wait… … Assuming you’re still reading, I think it could end up being a little...
The Indians might be shopping some of their players. The newest rumor has the Red Sox interested in Shin-Soo Choo, whom the Indians have under team control for one more year of arbitration. Assuming the team won’t be in contention for the division title next year — they haven’t had a winning season since 2007 and, in related news, their starting staff has the second-worst FIP...
With a handful of quality position players and a starting rotation in shambles, the Cleveland Indians could find themselves at the center of trade talks during the off-season general manager meetings.
CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman reports that the Indians, represented by Chris Antonetti, have already begun receiving phone calls on four key players: Justin Masterson, Shin-Soo Choo, Asdrubal...
Johnny Damon has bounced around in recent years, but he is really venturing out to join his next team.
Damon will play for Thailand as the country attempts to qualify for the World Baseball Classic, Thai Amateur Baseball Association deputy secretary general Chaiyawat Chaiwannajinda told The Nation.
Damon, whose mother is from Thailand, last played for the Cleveland Indians, batting...
Johnny Damon is heading to the World Baseball Classic, but not as a member of the United States.
Instead, he’ll be playing for Thailand as the small Asian country looks to qualify for the 2013 event. While on the surface it might appear that Damon is stretching the rules a bit to find a way to keep playing, a closer look at things reveals that, in fact, Thailand is a pretty fitting...
Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona could be sending some of his current players to his old team.
Earlier this week, reports circulated which called the Indians the “center of trade activity.” Fox Sports’ Jon Paul Morosi piles on to the latest slew of rumors surrounding the team, stating that the Tribe’s front office is in talks that could send outfielder Shin-Soo Choo...
Johnny Damon hasn't decided whether he will continue his major league career.
But he's still playing baseball at the moment - for Team Thailand.
Damon, 39, will suit up for the Thai national baseball team during the World Baseball Classic qualifier at Xinzhuang Stadium in New Taipei City, Taiwan, held Nov. 15-18. Damon is eligible to play for the team because his mother...
Born: May 25, 1985
Drafted: 9th Round, 281st Overall, 2006 (Indians)
How Acquired: Minor League Free Agent
College: Kansas State University
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Goedert has been mostly a good hitter in the upper minors, with solid or better power. He had...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- The Cleveland Indians have signed infielder Luis Hernandez to a minor league contract and re-signed right-hander Hector Rondon.
Both deals include invitations to spring training.
Hernandez spent most of 2012 with Texas' Triple-A affiliate. The 28-year-old batted .262 with eight homers and 70 RBIs in 129 games. He played 113 games at shortstop and 15 at second...
Grady Sizemore, a player once regarded as an up-and-coming, five-tool superstar, is reportedly eyeing a return to the diamond in 2013, and the Red Sox are apparently doing their homework.
The Red Sox have “checked in” on Sizemore, according to the Boston Herald’s Michael Silverman.
Now, teams tend to do a lot of “checking in” this time of year, but it’s an interesting...
According to Jon Heyman, the Cleveland Indians are not opposed to trading some of their best players such as Asdrubal Cabrera, Justin Masterson and Chris Perez. But the one player on the Indians that the Mets should have on their radar is outfielder Shin-Soo Choo.
The Mets are going into the 2013 season with the always hustling but never producing Jason Bay in left, your guess...
The Boston Red Sox have expressed interest in acquiring right-handed starter Justin Masterson and outfielder Shin-Soo Choo from the Cleveland Indians, major-league sources said.
It’s not clear how advanced the talks are, but the fit is obvious: The Red Sox have the ability to take on payroll after unloading roughly $250 million in contracts three months ago, and the Indians are...
On Tuesday afternoon, FOXSports.com baseball writer Jon Morosi wrote in his GM Meetings preview that the Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians could strike a deal sometime this offseason since the two teams know each other’s system very well. Later this week, we could know more on whether a trade may happen once the GM [...]