Ever wonder whatever happened to the Indians’ most colorful one-year-wonder, Joe Charboneau? Wonder no more.
Life is good for Indians 1980 one-year sensation Joe Charboneau | Indians | news-herald.com - Joe Charboneau is 63 years old now, nearly 40 years removed from when he was the American League Rookie of the Year in 1980 as a slugging left fielder with the Indians.
Trevor Bauer wins arbitration case (ICYMI) - Sources told MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand on Wednesday that Bauer won his arbitration case and will earn $13 million for the 2019 season after arbitrators listened to arguments presented by both the Indians and the right-hander’s representatives last Friday.
As spring training arrives, a baseball life ends - Salisbury Post | Salisbury Post - During a stint in Cleveland, T-bone signed off on the Indians picking Manny Ramirez.
Nonroster invitees with best chance to impact Indians' roster this spring - Aside from those on the 40-man roster, the Indians will have 20 non-roster invitees in camp this year.
Quicken Loans Arena, Progressive Field to receive $9.7 million in upgrades to restrooms, ice floor equipment, escalators | cleveland.com - More than $9 million in taxpayer-funded improvements are coming to two of Cleveland’s sports venues in the form of accessible bathrooms, sports lighting and ice floor upgrades at the Q, as well escalators and suite upgrades at Progressive Field.
Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber weathers a winter’s worth of trade rumors | cleveland.com - “I’m at the point of my contract where it’s starting to get more expensive. With the business of baseball, it’s part of it. It comes with the territory.”