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The Indians have been lucky to have some great right fielders in team history and this list includes five of the greatest Indians of all time. Outside of those five, there is a big drop off and a departure from the stereotype that corner outfielder is a power position. The top five however, can't be understated. It includes one Hall of Famers and another player that should be...
Welcome to the newest feature at Indians Baseball Insider, the IBI Power Poll. The Poll will take a look at a relevant topic of the time, an all-time list, or just something that we're talking about here at the IBI home offices. There's nothing like a list to spur a debate, so join us in our lively banter with our weekly polls! Today's poll focuses on the best Indians...
Another year has come and gone here at the Indians Baseball Insider. It has been a busy year with the unveiling of a new site, a name change, and tons more, as well as the content doubling from 2011 and the hits exploding to over 70 million for the year! While our New Year's resolution is to continue to improve the site and make it the #1 site for Cleveland Indians fans, some...
It wasn't a busy night for Cleveland Indians prospects, but the boys down under were busy trying to one-up each other with their power production. Jose Ramirez returned to his multi-hit form with a three-hit performance, and Carlos Santana continued to hit in the DWL playoffs. Join Jim Pete in his final ATF of the year, after the jump...
The only player in the Caribbean that played and didn't get a hit tonight was Asdrubal Cabrera. While there wasn't a lot of splash with regards tot he offense, Zeke Carrera continued a solid winter league campaign, while newcomer Luis Hernandez continued his solid VWL with three hits. Carlos Santana also continued his playoff push with another hit on Saturday night. Join...
Some people work to live, while others live to work. Cleveland Indians’ centerfielder LeVon Washington prefers the latter. After a disappointing 2012 campaign that was cut very short because of a hip injury, Washington is hard at work this offseason and has focused 100% of his effort on making a big comeback in 2013.
2012 was one crazy year in the wild wacky world of Cleveland Sports. Some would tell you 2012 was as bad as it has ever been here. As the year comes to a close, like we have done the last four years, WFNY will take a look at what we view to be the 10 biggest sports stories affecting our local sports scene. Each day through the rest of the year, we will be counting down from ten to...
Out with the old and in with the new. That seems to be the motto of the Indians of late as they have had a much different approach this offseason than in recent offseasons. With the new year drawing near, Tony looks at what may be next for the Indians in their offseason pursuit to improve the club. He also talks about the new TV deal with Fox Sports, the importance of Nick Hagadone...
Today we continue on with our ninth batch of 2013 scouting videos. We shot tons of video of over 135 players this season, and in today's batch of videos we feature Shawn Morimando, Toru Murata, Bryson Myles, Tyler Naquin, Thomas Neal, Mitch Nilsson, Rob Nixon, Matt Packer, Nick Pasquale, and Dorssys Paulino.
Another year has come and gone, and while the 2012 Cleveland Indians did not come together as planned there were still some bright moments during the journey. 2012 is over, and as we look back on it one more time here on New Year's Eve, it is time for an Indians Baseball (Baseball!) Insider year-end recap piece. To avoid a generic, boring article, however, the IBI's Jim...
Today we continue on with our eighth batch of 2013 scouting videos. We shot tons of video of over 135 players this season, and in today's batch of videos we feature Fabio Martinez, Jorge Martinez, Josh McAdams, Zach McAllister, D'Vone McClure, Yhoxian Medina, Ryan Merritt, Carlos Moncrief, Alex Monsalve, and Luis Morel.
The IPI Digest catches you up on anything you might have missed over the past week at Indians Prospect Insider and also notes some of the more popular columns posted at the major news sites and blogs.
The final hours, seconds, and minutes of 2012 are dwindling to a close. With 2012 just about over, I find myself sitting back and reflecting on the Detroit Tigers 2012 season. It was a season that started with gargantuan expectations, after owner Mick Illitch opened up his wallet and added Prince Fielder.
The 2012 season wasn’t a dream season per se’. There was lots of highs...
CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Indians sold their regional TV sports network and telecast rights for Indians baseball games to Fox Sports Media Group in a deal announced Friday.
Fox Sports Media Group said it will have the exclusive long-term local telecast rights for the Indians.
While no financial terms were released, The Plain Dealer reported that Fox Sports is paying an estimated...