The season is dead. Jose Ramirez was in a “predicament”. Chief Wahoo is off the uniform (but still available in the team shop). Let the post mortems and hot takes commence!
Indians face major questions during offseason - Castrovince lays out 5 questions for the Indians to answer
Indians front office faces roster decisions - Throughout Wednesday, Francona and the front-office leaders held exit meetings with a lot of Cleveland's players
Cleveland Indians: Leaving a lousy last impression -- Terry Pluto | cleveland.com - “Starters Carlos Carrasco and Mike Clevinger along with shortstop Francisco Lindor (2 HR) are excused from this discussion. But just about everyone else in Wahoo red, white and blue delivered performances that were mediocre at best, and often downright miserable.”
Jose Ramirez's long slump won't cost Cleveland Indians' hitting coaches their jobs | cleveland.com - "He got himself into a predicament and he couldn't get himself out of it," said Francona.
Indians not planning to make coaching changes | mlb.com - Indians manager Terry Francona does not plan on making any changes to his coaching staff in the wake of his team's brief stint on the October stage.
The Cleveland Indians got eliminated but are primed to return next year - Beyond the Box Score - Despite a stars and scrubs roster, a weak division will ensure a return to the postseason next year.
Cleveland Indians GM Mike Chernoff is candidate for New York Mets executive post | wkyc.com - According to Jon Heyman of the MLB Network and Andy Martino of SportsNet New York, Indians' General Manager Mike Chernoff is a candidate for the New York Mets' top baseball operations job.
Indians pitcher Mike Clevinger has nasty feud with MLB Network host - Hours after Mike Clevinger's solid ALDS Game 3 start was squandered by the Cleveland Indians' bullpen, resulting in an 11-3 loss that ended the Indians' season, MLB Network host Robert Flores tweeted a video of Clevinger discussing the Houston Astros back in May.
Around the League
- Bob Uecker enjoying Brewers playoff run
- Players who changed their post-season narrative
- Red Sox troll Yankees in victory celebration
- Aaron Boone’s strategery called into question