From the WFNY family, we wish you a very happy and festive Thanksgiving. As always, we love to get together as a site on this holiday and share some words of reflection. For those who have been loyal readers of the site since January 2008, we thank you so very much. If you’re interested, you
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The Cavs’ assault on the record books continues.
The Tribe have protected five players ahead of the MLB Rule 5 draft.
The Cleveland Indians rumor mill is starting to heat up a bit more. Michael Bode and I have covered a ton of possible outfield and infield targets the team could acquire via trade this offseason. I’ve looked at the non-qualifying offer free agent market for potential options, too. The most logical avenue for the Indians
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As Thanksgiving approaches, the Major League Baseball hot stove is beginning to heat up. Some of the offseason’s biggest free agents already have decided on their 2016 landing spots. The Cleveland Indians, coming off a disappointing 81-80 season, are expected to have a busy winter. But the Indians aren’t expected to make a big splash
Colby Rasmus, a free agent outfielder, was discussed as a potential Cleveland Indians target by FanGraphs’ Dave Cameron just last week. The 29-year-old former first-round pick was expected to receive a free agent contract of at least $12 million annually over 3-4 years. Of course, that made the odds of the Indians signing him fairly low,
The Golden State Warriors are off to one of the greatest starts in NBA history. They’re not only 10-0, but they’re defeating opponents by an average of 17.1 points per game. They look like an unstoppable force thus far. And reigning MVP Stephen Curry is off to an unfathomable start himself. Curry is currently shooting
If you know anyone willing to take on $29 million in salary, give John Hart a call.
Explaining the MLB Free Agency qualifying offer system and how the affects possible offseason Cleveland Indians hitter targets, such as Austin Jackson.
With a need to upgrade the outfield, might the Tribe target Colby Rasmus?
Jiri Welsch! Dexter Pittman! From Cleveland to Miami and back again, a look at who has sent the most helpers LeBron’s way.
The 24-year-old will provide some athleticism and depth in the Cavs backcourt
Dude, what’s with the hair?
The Cavs have plenty of talent signed long-term, but Dan Gilbert and co. have plenty more contract decisions (and luxury tax payments) looming.
Newspapers? Home pages? Podcasts? Whither our allegiances?
On life beyond 140 characters and Bill Simmons’ return.