On that “four-day march to the slaughterhouse.”
People are getting this upset about a bat flip?? That’s something worth ranting about.
Baseball Armageddon: A doubleheader, a love ballad, defending J-Ram’s bat flip, and giving insight into Cody Anderson’s emergence. The Indians took one of two from the Twins, but their playoff hopes are officially done.
This kid is incredible.
Hey, at least there’s Francisco Lindor.
Humans of the 21st century may be spoiled by technology, but there are moments when our various colorful screens can humble us. On Sunday afternoon, for example, the Cleveland Indians’ diminishing playoff hopes and the Cleveland Browns’ dwindling comeback hopes briefly aligned in our viewing cosmos—a perfect moment like a blood supermoon. At roughly the
The Cleveland Indians have stayed in the American League Wild Card race despite Jason Kipnis struggling since coming back from his shoulder injury, Michael Brantley and Giovanny Urshela currently out with shoulder injuries, and Lonnie Chisenhall falling into one of his hitting funks. Sure, Carlos Santana and Jose Ramirez have provided some steady hitting, but
Where “It’s only April” morphs in to potentially falling just short.
Frustrating. I believe the word of the day, of the series, of the season is frustrating. A day after the Minnesota Twins scored all of their runs in an umpire-aided inning, the Twins scored all of their runs in one inning again. And similarly, the runs from one inning were enough to stay ahead of the
When one pitch really does make the difference.
Chasing a Wild Card spot is a full-time job, for players and fans alike.
Rare is the day when the Indians and Browns both win. Even rarer is the day when both win at home. This past Sunday was one worth cherishing.
Or: Melancholy and the Infante Sadness
Francisco Lindor and the Indians sent an emphatic message to the rest of the AL with a 5-1 win over the Royals.
Josh Tomlin deserved better.
Monday night’s game between the Kansas City Royals and Cleveland Indians started with some dueling fireworks, but ended with the Indians running away with the game. Alex Gordon and Jason Kipnis, a pair of All-Stars, started their respective halves of the first inning with home runs to break open the scoring early on. It was the Cleveland
The Cleveland Indians reached the .500 mark for the first time since April, then immediately fell below it again after a long Sunday at Progressive Field.
Lonnie “Baseball” Chisenhall had himself a game during the Cleveland Indians 7-5 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Thursday. With the win, the Indians moved to 69-70 and within four games of the Texas Rangers for the final AL Wild Card position. Michael Brantley was dubbed the game’s hero by many for his two home
Josh Tomlin gave up three home runs, but Francisco Lindor nearly hit for the cycle and Jose Ramirez hit a home run in the Indians 6-4 win over the Chicago White Sox.
Tribe comes on late, but Cookie crumbles early.