Indians, outfielder Michael Brantley agree to multiyear contract | indians.com: News - ICYMI yesterday. The Indians have not only avoided arbitration with outfielder Michael Brantley, but they have agreed to a contract that could keep him in Cleveland beyond his first year of free-agent eligibility.
Indians kick off Spring Training with one goal | indians.com: News - An unlikely playoff run last season jump-started the Indians' rebuilding process, but taking the next step, dethroning the Tigers in the American League Central and becoming a legitimate World Series championship contender, will be even harder.
2014 Top 10 Prospects: Cleveland Indians | FanGraphs Baseball - Lindor leads the list of Indians top prospects from Fangraphs.com
Weather Education Day Returns to Progressive Field - The Cleveland Indians and WKYC team up for Weather Education Day on May 21, 2014 at Progressive Field. Reduced price tickets are available for school groups.
Sin Tax Extension Debate Fires Up Cuyahoga County / ideastream - Northeast Ohio Public Radio, Television and Multiple Media - After 25 years since it was first approved, county officials and residents argue over whether it's worth extending.
'D'-Listers: Lindor tops at shortstop | MiLB.com News | The Official Site of Minor League Baseball - Jake Seiner continues his 'D'-Listers series by highlighting the best shortstops in the Minors, led by Indians top prospect Francisco Lindor.
Akron RubberDucks show off new uniforms - What the fashionable prospect will be wearing this season
Sizemore ‘Good To Go,’ Ready To Do What’s Best For Red Sox " CBS Boston - Grady Sizemore hasn't played baseball in more than two years, but he said he is good to go and ready to show the Red Sox what he has this spring.
Outtakes from our profile on Matt Williams - Interesting nuggets originally left out of Washington Post profile of LGFT Matt Williams.
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Ervin Santana and the dangers of chasing ERA - Lookout Landing - Lookout Landing goes deeper into the numbers on Ervin Santana, a player in whom the Indians are interested according to reports.
Seven asked, seven answered: Baseball execs would sign a gay player | FOX Sports on MSN - In the wake of yesterday's announcement by NFL prospect Michael Sam that he isgay, Ken Rosenthal asked seven baseball execs if they would sign a gay player, including Indians president Mark Shapiro