The Indians have been eliminated from postseason contention in 2015 despite some dominant pitching.
It's easy to get attached to your high-ceiling Fantasy players, but success depends on knowing when to cut ties. Al Melchior shares a few hard lessons from this season.
By all the usual indicators, Week 23 is shaping up to be a straightforward one in Fantasy, but Scott White reminds us nothing is as it seems in September.
Most of the Indians players are either locked up long-term on club-friendly deals, are too young to sell off or are having down years.
Trevor Bauer was roughed up on Monday. The Indians' rotation now has an unsightly 4.45 ERA overall. That story and more is in Monday's edition of Eye on MLB.
Circumstances point to Michael Pineda instead of Clayton Kershaw or Felix Hernandez tonight. Heath Cummings also says value hitters are plentiful in his post-Friday glow.
With two hits on Thursday, Alex Rodriguez is now sitting on 2,999 career hits. That story and more is in this edition of Eye on MLB.
Clayton Kershaw is great and all, but understandably expensive at $12,300. Carlos Martinez is among cheaper alternatives who afford better lineup options.
Entering Week 11 with lots of interleague play, here are fringier lineup choices to start and sit. Scott White's five up hitters are all National Leaguers, starting with Joe Panik.
Chris Heston was only the most prominent rookie standout performance Tuesday. The guys discuss them all on Wednesday's podcast.

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