1. MLB Offseason 2011: Predicting 11 Moves That Will Happen Before Christmas

    As the MLB offseason is about to hit full swing, we can start to look forward to what we can expect to see. We still don't know what top players will sign where, or what high-profile trades could be made...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about almost 3 years ago 9,852 reads 15 comments

  2. MLB Free Agents 2012: Ranking the Top 10 Under-the-Radar Free Agents

    The 2012 MLB free agent season is going to be a wild one as always, especially starting at the winter meetings later in the offseason. We are all familiar with the big names like David Ortiz, Jose Reyes, Prince Fielder, Albert Pujols, C...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about almost 3 years ago 1,751 reads 0 comments

  3. MLB Free Agents 2012: The Most Unlikely and Likely Targets for Every AL Central

    With all of the AL Central teams eliminated from playoff contention, it's time to look forward to the offseason as teams try to compete for what should be another wide open race...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about almost 3 years ago 1,554 reads 0 comments

  4. MLB: Barry Bonds and the 15 Most Untrustworthy People in Baseball History

    Trust is an important factor in anyone's relationship. In a fan's relationship with his or her favorite team, it's everything. If a player or coach cannot be trusted by the fanbase, it's unlikely he or she will have a job for much longer...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 1,002 reads 4 comments

  5. Finding MLB's Most Underpaid Roster of Stars

    Here at Bleacher Report, we have a Moneyball mindset. Not so much in terms of sabermetrics, but more in terms of finding the cheapest players at each position...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 229 reads 60 comments

  6. MLB Trade Talk: Matt Kemp Leads 7 Players Whose Trade Value Will Never Be Higher

    With eyes toward the MLB offseason, it's time to start looking forward to the possible flurry of moves that could take place. There is much speculation surrounding all sorts of players in baseball...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 93 reads 1 comments

  7. World Series 2011: Power Ranking the Top-25 Possible MVPs

    As the regular season has concluded, thus begins the postseason. Looking past the dramatics that ended the season, we look forward to the dramatics that will end the season as a whole—the World Series...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 4,036 reads 11 comments

  8. MLB Awards 2011: Power Ranking the Top 25 MVP Candidates

    After a tumultuous 2011 baseball season, it's time to reflect on the year. A big part of that is the MVP award. There have been big years from lots of players...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 261 reads 0 comments

  9. Detroit Tigers: 6 Reasons Not to Sleep on the AL Central Champs in the Playoffs

    With the playoffs right around the corner in the baseball season, everyone is starting to re-write their World Series picks. One team being left out of that discussion is the Detroit Tigers , and without much reason...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 129 reads 1 comments

  10. Cleveland Indians: Tracking the Prospects Traded for Ubaldo Jimenez

    It will be the trade that will define general manager Chris Antonetti's career. It was certainly one of the biggest deals of the last few years. Ubaldo Jimenez, fresh off a 19-8 season where he sported a 2...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 1,251 reads 8 comments

  11. Cleveland Indians: Chris Perez and the 10 Best Indian Twitter Accounts

    While many teams try to discourage their players from making a large mark on social networking, the Indians are quite the opposite. They strongly encourage their players to join Twitter, with many front office executives even joining the site...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 872 reads 0 comments

  12. Cleveland Indians: Projecting the 2012 Starting Five

    With the 2011 season seemingly over for the Cleveland Indians , it's officially time to start waiting for next year... again. One of the biggest strengths in 2011 for the Tribe was their rotation, but now some doubt surrounds it for 2012...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 1,743 reads 9 comments

  13. Shin-Soo Choo: Is Star's Injury Final Nail in Cleveland Indians Playoff Coffin?

    Maybe I should stop being so opinionated. For instance, prior to the last weekend series in Detroit, I wrote a slideshow about how the Indians would beat the Tigers for the AL Central crown...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 663 reads 5 comments

  14. Cleveland Indians: Jim Thome and 6 Players Who Won't Be Back Next Year

    The Indians have taken a leap forward that no one outside of the clubhouse saw coming. While it may be too late to contend in 2011, 2012 and beyond look bright for one of the youngest teams in baseball...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 3,090 reads 10 comments

  15. Cleveland Indians: Is It Time for the Tribe to Give Up on Matt LaPorta?

    Think back to a time way back when in 2008. The Indians were losing, while CC Sabathia kept winning, before going on to win even more with the Milwaukee Brewers...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 774 reads 12 comments

  16. Cleveland Indians: Why Shin-Soo Choo Is the Key to the AL Central Race

    So maybe I jumped the gun a bit when I practically proclaimed the Cleveland Indians the AL Central champs heading into the weekend series with the first place Detroit Tigers...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 290 reads 7 comments

  17. Cleveland Indians: 6 Reasons They Will Beat the Detroit Tigers in the AL Central

    With the upcoming weekend series between the first place Detroit Tigers and second place Cleveland Indians just about to start, the AL Central is up for grabs...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 2,234 reads 11 comments

  18. Ubaldo Jimenez: 7 Observations from His First Start as a Cleveland Indian

    A new era has begun in Cleveland , the era of Ubaldo Jimenez . But will this era be noteworthy, or just a footnote of someone else's era? For that one start is not enough to determine, ...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 1,732 reads 7 comments

  19. Cleveland Indians Rotation: Who Should Be the Tribe's 5th Starter?

    The Cleveland Indians' rotation in 2011 has been a microcosm of the Tribe's season: perplexing. Once one of the strengths of the squad in the first few months, enough question marks ...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 538 reads 14 comments

  20. Ubaldo Jimenez: 6 Prospects the Cleveland Indians Can Still Count on After Deal

    2011 has been an exciting year for Cleveland Indians fans. This is not only because of their sudden rise to contention, or the acquisition of an ace rather than the departure of ...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 2,682 reads 5 comments

  21. Cleveland Indians: Ubaldo Jimenez Trade Makes Signing Draft Picks Top Priority

    With the dust settling after the July 31 trade deadline, the Cleveland Indians seemed to have improved themselves enough for a run at a division title in 2011 mostly thanks to the acquisition of Colorado Rockies ace Ubaldo Jimenez...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 478 reads 0 comments

  22. Cleveland Indians Acquire Ubaldo Jimenez: Why the Deal Makes No Sense for Tribe

    Multiple sources have reported that the Cleveland Indians have acquired Colorado Rockies ace Ubaldo Jimenez for top prospects Drew Pomeranz and Alex White, along with pitcher Joe Gardner and outfielder Matt McBride...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 201 reads 0 comments

  23. Cleveland Indians Deal for Kosuke Fukudome: Why It Doesn't Help the Offense, Yet

    The Indians made their first trade of the 2011 season when they sent High-A outfielder Abner Abreu and Triple-A reliever Carlton Smith to the Chicago Cubs for outfielder Kosuke Fukudome ...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 87 reads 0 comments

  24. Cleveland Indians Trade Rumors: Could Ubaldo Jimenez Be Dealt to the Tribe?

    Despite being no-hit by Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim starting pitcher Ervin Santana on July 27, later that same day speculation began to rise that the Cleveland Indians are looking to acquire not just a bat, but an ace for their young staff...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about 3 years ago 1,553 reads 2 comments

  25. Cleveland Indians Trade Rumors: Confirming Who the Tribe Will and Won't Acquire

    With the July 31 Trade Deadline fast approaching, most teams still believe that they have a legitimate shot at playing in October. One such team, is the first place Cleveland Indians ...

    Geordy Boveroux Written by Geordy Boveroux about over 3 years ago 2,867 reads 0 comments