Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Justin Masterson is staying put according to Terry Francona. The Indians manager denied reports Fox Sports baseheball writer Ken Rosenthal's report that the team was shopping their ace starter who went to his first All Star game last year.
Published by Julie Kent on December 2, 2013 - 7:13pm
The Cleveland Indians have decided to shut down all of their regional team stores in early 2014, which means that once they've been closed, there will be just one team store left standing - the main one at Progressive Field.
Winter is not yet even upon us, but already MLB is thinking about preparing for next season and spring training. On Friday, the Cleveland Indians unveiled their 2014 spring training schedule, which is now just 81 days from kicking off.
On Tuesday evening, the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) announced the top three finalists for several awards, and Cleveland Indians' manager Terry Francona made the cut for American League Manager of the Year. Other contenders for the A.L.
The Cleveland Indians surprised the baseball world by earning a playoff berth in the 2013 season after a dismal showing in 2012. While a core group of players remain, the Indians have some key decisions this winter.
If you have been following the Cleveland Indians exploits this season you probably think of them something like super heroes. The team has been counted out but has risen to the occasion to save the day and earn a playoff berth in the final weekend of the season.