Who loves the Dodgers? Tim Kurkjian loves the Dodgers (4:26). He also loves the Indians' depth, while he and Buster are concerned about Edwin Diaz, Giancarlo Stanton. Plus, is the league really going to crack down on pine tar? Probably not.
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Nolan Jones, the Indians' top infield prospect, received a big surprise when he was invited to training camp on Monday after making a quick recovery following thumb surgery in October.
From names you'd forgotten all about to others you still need to learn, here's one player to track in every spring training camp.
Cleveland Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco has been diagnosed with a mild strain of his right hip flexor after feeling discomfort while doing squats in the weight room during spring training.
Luis Severino's status is unclear, David Ortiz takes a shot at Mike Fiers and Mike Trout is finding his voice. Alden Gonzalez calls into to talk about all of this, plus his piece on Francisco Lindor possibly being trading, the excitement at Dodgers camp and the anxiety at Angels camp, and his thoughts on why the White Sox could be a lot of fun to watch this season.
Sure, Cleveland's superstar shortstop could leave as a free agent. But the window to finally win a World Series won't be open forever.
Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco will undergo tests on his right leg after experiencing discomfort during the team's workout on Wednesday.
After all the heat off the diamond, we've finally got action on it -- along with a look at a key issue each team will sort out on the field.
Looking at all 30 clubs, don't be shocked when these comeback candidates and rising rookies make their teams.
Rob Manfred roiled baseball with his comments about the Astros, Justin Turner responded and Mike Trout has something to say about all of this. Buster gets David Schoenfield's take on the continuing war of words across baseball and they run through the best players at each position in the league. Later, Sarah Langs joins the show to talk about where the Dodgers, Yankees and Angels stand after their big offseason acquisitions.
Like Junior before them, three no-doubt-about-it superstars are on the trading block. Why even bother to scout them? But teams will -- so we did their work for them.
Despite questions about whether the Indians will want to pay the star shortstop when he hits free agency in two seasons, Francisco Lindor maintained that Cleveland is home for him.
Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer
Indians president Chris Antonetti sounded pretty candid today when asked where things stand with his shortstop, Francisco Lindor ...
Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer
Francisco Lindor made it clear today that his preference is to win with the Indians and stay long term. Is there a path to make that happen, given the contract he would demand as a free agent in two years? "Yeah, there is. If the negotiations make sense, it's gonna happen. The team is not broke. The league is not broke. There's money."
From teams dumping their best player to failing to address their biggest needs, we look at the winter's worst swings and misses.
The Indians will be without starter Mike Clevinger for six to eight weeks after the right-hander underwent knee surgery Friday.
Imagine a baseball world with no trades, no free agents and no switching teams after a player is drafted or signed. What would your team look like?
As players start reporting to spring training this week, the fans of every team have something or somebody to focus on.
Adding four teams? Picking opponents? Our experts weigh in on possible changes to the postseason, and they suggest a few fixes.
Is Vegas selling the Diamondbacks short? How about the Twins and Indians? Buster Olney rolls the dice and makes some picks.
Francisco Lindor said Saturday he would love to stay in Cleveland, calling it "a home," but the 26-year-old also said the Indians have not made him the "right thing" to persuade him to sign a long-term contract.
Baseball is a numbers game. So we dig into the stats from 2019 that will make (or break) each AL team's upcoming season.
Which teams have the mightiest batting orders? Our answers will surprise you as we rank them all, 1 through 30.
If any of the superstars appearing in trade rumors move, here's how they would measure up among baseball's all-time biggest offseason deals.
The Red Sox, Cubs, Indians and Rockies face tough decisions in weighing offers for their stars.