Cleveland Guardians News

Cleveland Indians: Our top stories from the month of October

(Photo by David Maxwell/Getty Images)
(Photo by David Maxwell/Getty Images) /

The Cleveland Indians had a disappointing month of October, but that meant there was plenty to talk about over the past 31 days.

Cleveland Indians fans spent all year waiting for October baseball. Then it was all over in three games.

It is crazy to think that it is still October. It seems like the Indians season has been over for months, but today marks what could have been Game 7 of the World Series.

It was a bummer of a month but that meant a lot of interesting storylines came up once the season ended. As I like to do every month, here is a look back at some of our top stories.

There’s only one thing left to do

Chris O’Reilly wrote an amazing hype piece for the 2018 postseason. He put his heart into it and gave fans some energy heading into the ALDS. Things obviously didn’t go well for the team but if you want a quick burst of excitement about the team, check it out.

The inevitable end we should have seen coming

To keep the happiness train rolling, I summed up my feelings about the season ending in this post.

Wrapping up the 2018 season in the BB Podcast

The Believeland Ball Podcast has been on a bit of a break as Carson and I simmer down ahead of the offseason. But be sure to check out this episode and all the others by subscribing to the show on iTunes. Leave us a review too while you’re at it.

Biggest holes to fill this offseason

A look at all the impending questions to be answered this offseason. The Indians clearly need to get better and a few key areas stand out above all the rest.

Indians Playoff History: #4) Midges!

Our resident historian, Phil Barth, has been counting down the best moments in Indians playoff history. Check out this post and all the rest as his countdown continues.

World Series emphasizes Tribe’s outfield needs 

And finally, a look at how the Indians can learn from the two teams who actually made the World Series.