An argument that the Cleveland Indians are the only well-run sports organization in town.
Is it April yet?
ESPN’s Christina Kahrl thinks Carlos Carrasco is on track for a breakout season in 2016.
We know Corey Kluber and Danny Salazar were filthy, but just *how* filthy were they?
Why is thinking the Indians should keep their starting pitching sound controversial these days?
Carlos Carrasco navigating tumultuous health conditions to stake his claim as the ace of the team was one of the best stories of the Cleveland sports year.
How far should the Cleveland Indians go to build their 2016 roster? Craig and Michael discuss.
On Wednesday, I wrote I was frustrated as the Indians merely talked while other clubs were taking action. As is oft to happen during the hot stove season, a rumor came out almost immediately after posting about my frustration that the Indians are in deep conversations about acquiring third baseman Todd Frazier from the Cincinnati
While free agents are being gobbled up by the day, the Cleveland Indians continue to be in rumored discussions surrounding their bevy of high-end starting pitchers. Though initial rumors discussed the back-end starters like Cody Anderson and Trevor Bauer, ESPN’s Buster Olney says that the Indians discussed sending Carlos Carrasco to the San Francisco Giants
“Maybe I’m wrong” is a phrase I repeat multiple times a day. It is not only a song with a great riff from the Blues Traveler1 , but the phrase serves a balancing purpose for anyone with enough hubris to make predictions and projections in the wildly varying sport that is baseball. I had such
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.
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 kid was straight filthy.
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
Tribe comes on late, but Cookie crumbles early.
Well, this kinds sucks.
After a three-city, ten-game road trip, a fourth city and eleventh game might start to feel burdensome to a last place team. But the Cleveland Indians can’t come home, not until they make up that game against the Cubs that was postponed on June 15 due to a deluge in Chicago. The game may not
It was a period of civil war. Tribe analytic versus traditional fans fighting over the reasons for a disappointing season and were about to face the evil Yankee Empire. During the initial battle, a rebel by the moniker of Little Cowboy managed to fluster the empire to earn the first win and inspire ballads that
Trevor Bauer may have had a rough night on Tuesday, but three of his Cleveland Indians teammates are one hell of a roll. Take a look at the video above which aired just before the 9-1 loss, discussing the recent pitching statistics of Tribe starters Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco, and Danny Salazar. While the records
As the night had long turned into early morning for those on the North Coast attempting to keep their bleary eyes open long enough to see the outcome of the game, Giovanny Urshela attempted to be aggressive on the basepaths in the 10th inning, but his aggressiveness turned into impatience when the Los Angeles Angels (of