Forbes projects that Indians are worth $1.045 billion and have jumped to 15th in MLB revenue rankings - Crain's Cleveland Business - Possibly the most significant Tribe-related number from Forbes' annual rankings is $284 million — the Indians' projected revenues. That figure is ahead of the likes of the Detroit Tigers ($277 million) and Toronto Blue Jays ($274 million).
Indians fans ask about Jose Ramirez, trades | Cleveland Indians - People have questions. Smarter people want them answered by Jordan Bastian
Cleveland Indians, Minnesota Twins didn't let the lights go out in Puerto Rico | cleveland.com - When Carrasco, a native of Venezuela, finished handing out the gear that came out of his paycheck, he took the mound and threw seven scoreless innings against the Twins.
Abominable bunts notwithstanding, Cleveland Indians hitters can still lay them down | cleveland.com - Indians hitters have had a rough time laying down sacrifice bunts in 2018, but they're still among the American League's top bunting teams in the last six years.
Indians VP Expects Tribe To Play in Postseason | Business Journal Daily - Bob DiBlasio, Indians’ senior vice president of public affairs, was Thursday’s featured speaker at a joint meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Youngstown, Youngstown Lions Club and Rotary Club of Youngstown. “We are good enough, we are talented enough to win the World Series,” he declared.
New players in AL Central Division | Cleveland Indians - Let's go around the horn in the AL Central and check out the new guys.