The Cleveland Indians aren't alone in their quest for a division title. The Columbus Clippers also find themselves in first place in the International League West. As the AAA season winds down, here's a look at some of the key players making an impact on
Last Week W-L: 2-5
Week In Review
The Cleveland Indians entered the week at 60-42, 4.5 games ahead of the second-place Detroit Tigers in the American League Central Division. After a tough week, the Tribe still sits 15 games over .500 but now only two games ahead
Last Week W-L: 3-3
Week In Review
In the first week following the MLB trade deadline, the Cincinnati Reds held their own going 3-3. Taking on the St. Louis Cardinals, who are fighting to win a Wild Card spot, the Redlegs won in a walk-off Monday night,
The Cleveland Indians have had a great deal of success so far this year without arguably their best player, Michael Brantley. He's had a total of 39 at bats this season, but none of them were at 100%.
Brantley is working his way back from
After trading Todd Frazier in the offseason, the Cincinnati Reds were clearly in "rebuild mode" going into the 2016 season. While it is certainly tough for fans to watch a team basically concede an entire season before it even starts, there is some excitement generated
Although the Cleveland Indians made the playoffs in 2013, the team finds themselves as buyers at the trade deadline for the first time since 2007.
The Tribe has been on the other end of these deals as sellers recently, acquiring Carlos Santana in 2008 and Corey
The Cincinnati Reds have been in sell mode since last summer when they dealt Johnny Cueto to the Royals. In December they traded away third baseman Todd Frazier to the Chicago White Sox and closer Aroldis Chapman to the New York Yankees, and tried to
It is fair to say the season so far for the Cleveland Indians has been a great success. They're currently 15 games over .500 and leading the division by 4.5 games. Here's a look at how they got there.
Probably the biggest story for the Indians
The Cincinnati Reds are who we thought they were. Sitting at 39-61, the Reds find themselves in last place in the National League Central Division, 20.5 games behind the Chicago Cubs.
The pitching for the Reds has been terrible. They ranked dead last in the first