11/23/2015 | Bradley aiming to be Indians' next big slugger
Every Major League team is searching for the next great power hitter. The Indians have lacked that kind of prospect in the upper rungs of the farm system for several seasons, making the hunt for more thump in the heart of the order almost an annual exercise each winter.
11/23/2015 | MLB Pipeline's 2015 All-Arizona Fall League Team
As the Arizona Fall League's six-week season concluded with Saturday's championship game, MLBPipeline.com names its All-AFL Team, highlighted by Yankees catching prospect Gary Sanchez and rebounding Rangers infielder Jurickson Profar.
11/20/2015 | Naquin among 5 protected from Rule 5 Draft
Including heralded prospect Tyler Naquin, the Indians added five young players to their 40-man roster on Friday. The moves protected them from exposure to next month's Rule 5 Draft.
11/20/2015 | Indians promote 3 in baseball operations
Indians general manager Mike Chernoff promoted three people within the club's baseball-operations department, it was announced on Friday.
11/20/2015 | Legends of the Fall: Top prospects play for title
The Arizona Fall League season concludes with today's title game between Surprise and Salt River at 3 p.m. ET on MLB Network and MLB.com.
11/20/2015 | Complete list of 2015 Esurance MLB Award winners
Baseball's annual award seasons was memorable, filled with Gold Gloves, Silver Sluggers and Cy Youngs. And on Friday we got the grand finale, with the presentation of the Esurance MLB Awards.
11/19/2015 | Naquin among prospects eligible for Rule 5 Draft
Tyler Naquin's steady and successful ascent in the Indians' Minor League system has put him on the cusp of reaching the big leagues. The next step in Naquin's journey to Cleveland is expected to arrive on Friday, when teams face the deadline for protecting exposed players from the annual Rule 5 Draft.
11/19/2015 | Tribe inks OF Robinson to Minor League deal
The Indians added outfield depth Thursday by signing Shane Robinson to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training.
11/18/2015 | Urshela to train with Lindor in offseason
Giovanny Urshela and Francisco Lindor were called up to Cleveland this past season, when they helped shore up the Tribe's previously troubled defense. The pair will remain close this offseason, as Urshela plans on heading to Florida to train with Lindor before they return to Arizona for Spring Training.
11/16/2015 | Lindor 2nd in AL ROY vote after stellar season
The future at shortstop is in good hands for the Indians. On Monday, Cleveland's Francisco Lindor finished second in balloting for the Baseball Writers' Association of America's American League Rookie of the Year, following a breakout season.
11/13/2015 | Inbox: Anderson set to be in Tribe's rotation?
How will Cody Anderson perform next year? Could the Tribe use Michael Brantley as a DH more in 2016? Beat reporter Jordan Bastian addresses those topics and more in the Inbox.
11/11/2015 | Trade interest in Tribe pitchers is on the rise
Interest from other teams in the Tribe's starting pitchers will surely keep coming as the winter gets deeper and the Indians look to upgrade their offense, as other clubs know they are not in a position to outbid other teams for an impact bat on the free-agent market.
11/11/2015 | Martinez outrighted, becomes free agent
The Indians vacated another spot on their roster on Wednesday, opting to outright versatile utility player Michael Martinez to Triple-A Columbus.
11/10/2015 | Scouting Profile: Clint Frazier
I first wrote about Clint Frazier in September 2013. In my "First Look" piece on Frazier I mentioned the strength of his hands, forearms and wrists. If anything, he may have gotten even stronger now, two years later.
11/10/2015 | Lindor BBWAA AL Rookie of the Year finalist
It has been a quarter of a century since the Indians had a player take home the American League's Rookie of the Year Award. In less than a week, shortstop Francisco Lindor will find out if his stellar showing this past season was enough to end that drought for Cleveland.
11/10/2015 | Tribe looks at outfield market with new urgency
Upgrading the outfield was already high on the Indians' to-do list this winter. But it is now imperative in the wake of the news that star left fielder Michael Brantley could miss the first month of the 2016 season following right shoulder surgery.
11/7/2015 | Tribe makes tweaks to 40-man roster
The Indians made a handful of roster moves on Saturday, altering their 40-man roster and adding their first invitee for Spring Training. Cleveland activated lefties Nick Hagadone and TJ House from the 60-day disabled list and re-signed pitcher Joe Colon to a Minor League contract that includes an invitation to attend Spring Training with the big league club.
11/6/2015 | Inbox: Will Santana be back with Tribe?
What are the chances Carlos Santana is back in Cleveland next year? Could the Tribe explore a trade for Yasiel Puig? Beat reporter Jordan Bastian addresses those topics and more in the Inbox.
11/6/2015 | Hot prospects compete in all-star event tonight
The highlight of the Arizona Fall League is the Fall Stars Game, which features many of the best prospects in the developmental circuit. Past participants include Andrew McCutchen, Buster Posey, Eric Hosmer, Bryce Harper, Mike Trout, Mookie Betts, Francisco Lindor and Corey Seager.
11/6/2015 | Charity ride helps Indians raise $3M for cancer
The Indians began biking for a cure last year. Two summers and a pair of charity rides later, the team has helped raise a wealth of funds for cancer research.
11/4/2015 | Fall Stars Game rosters flush with elite talent
On any given day this fall, fans can head to an Arizona Fall League game and see some of the best talent Minor League Baseball has to offer. On Saturday, the AFL gives everyone the chance to do some one-stop shopping, courtesy of the 10th annual Fall Stars Game.
11/4/2015 | Indians decline option on Raburn for 2016
Ryan Raburn provided the Indians with a specialized bat off the bench over the past three seasons. On Wednesday, however, Cleveland decided against retaining the veteran utility man for the 2016 season.
11/2/2015 | Impact bat high on Indians' offseason wish list
After watching the rival Royals capture this year's World Series, the Indians hope to position themselves for a similar run next year. Cleveland had high hopes this past season, but fell short of expectations and finished in third place in the American League Central.