Mike Napoli, who became a fan favorite in Cleveland after clubbing 34 home runs and leading the Indians to the World Series in 2016, announced his retirement from playing following a 12-year career in the majors.
New contract with starting pitcher could keep the right-hander in Cleveland through at least 2022
With the 2018 All-Star Gomes gone, it’s expected the Indians will trade starting pitchers Corey Kluber or Trevor Bauer sometime this winter
CLEVELAND — For the first time since the 1970s the Cleveland Indians will have the option to wear a red home jersey for games at Progressive Field beginning in 2019.
Cleveland sends utility man Erik Gonzalez and two pitching prospects to the Pirates for outfielder Jordan Luplow and infielder Max Moroff
Cleveland infielders become the first Indians duo to claim the honor in back-to-back seasons since Manny Ramirez and Roberto Alomar in 1999-2000
Former Indians' players Albert Belle, Joe Carter, Orel Hershiser and Harold Baines are on the veterans’ Hall of Fame ballot
Free agent outfielder Michael Brantley will not receive a $17.9 million qualifying offer from the Cleveland Indians — and neither will relievers Andrew Miller and Cody Allen, the club confirmed
Also on Wednesday, Cleveland and outfielder Leonys Martin reached agreement on a one-year contract for the 2019 season, avoiding arbitration
1989 Western Reserve graduate worked first base in epic, 18-inning, seven-plus hour Game 3 between the Red Sox and Dodgers; called balls and strikes in Game 4 at Dodger Stadium
One of the most consistent starters in the American League since 2016, Carrasco will make an estimated $9.75 million in 2019 with another club option for 2020
Chad Fairchild was at third base Tuesday and will be at second Wednesday night at Fenway Park in Boston — then shifts to first base and home plate for Games 3 and 4 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles this weekend
After latest postseason flop in the Division Series, plenty of uncertainty surrounds the Indians entering the winter
Change is coming to the roster with Michael Brantley, Cody Allen, Andrew Miller, Oliver Perez and Josh Donaldson among potential free agents entering 2019
Swept for the only time other than the 1954 World Series, Cleveland’s three-game performance vs. Houston is a major disappointment