Les Levine joins the WFNY Podcast and discusses Johnny Manziel, Bernie Kosar and much more.
Webster’s defines waiting as to remain in a state in which you expect or hope that something will happen soon… (Shoutout to Doug Trattner.) Happy day after Christmas everyone. LeBron and the Cavs bit it, so let’s start right there, shall we? Big games on spotlight days make for definitive statements… Across 82 regular season
All that’s left to figure out is what the reaction will be around the league. There are so many details out there about the Josh Gordon situation now, that all eyes and judgments are squarely on the NFL in the wake of the Ray Rice suspension and the pending Jim Irsay discipline. None of these
I haven’t had Les Levine on in a while, but it’s always great to catch up. Here are some of the topics we discussed. Reporting in the modern world Chris Broussard and needing to be right a minute ahead of the next guy Les’ history of reporting things and “being wrong” LeBron James coming home
It’s always a love-fest when I get Les Levine on the podcast. I won’t even apologize for it. We discussed the Indians attendance, the perception of the Dolan family and the latest Browns announcements that came out yesterday. When was the last time Les was nervous for a shift on radio? Les’ history in the
I said it on Facebook last night, but Les Levine is simply one of the best. He’s exactly as nice and fun to talk to as you think he is. Enough of the butt kissing. Listen to Les talk to me about stuff. Les talks about his history in the Cleveland market The freedoms and
Last night, yours truly and the young buck, Jacob Rosen, did a guest spot on More Sports and Les Levine for a solid hour. We ran the gambit of topics from Pat Shurmur to Mark Shapiro to Byron Scott to the Baseball Hall of Fame Voters. Since many of you aren’t Time Warner Cable subscribers
Scott and I had a great time again last night hanging with Les Levine. Here are a couple of clips from the show. Thanks to all who tuned in last night.
Les Levine was kind enough to have us on his show last night. Check out some of the clips of Brendan, Scott and Craig. More clips coming soon.
Despite comments from GM Mark Shapiro that the Indians are ‘not the kind of team that can sign free agents’, Les Levine has his eye on a slugger that just might be available… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPtpN2ZZGIE[/youtube] Forget whether or not Shapiro would actually do this. We understand that he probably wouldn’t. The question is would you want Manny
Heard our buddy Les at Shapiro’s press conference the other day. Thought we’d check in to see what he is ranting about these days… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5pCBOHFzmE[/youtube] Yeah, let’s not forget that the success of the Marlins came at our expense! Likewise the immediate success of the Jaguars and Panthers made NFL owners change some of the
Les discusses a series with playoff implications and here’s a hint- it doesn’t involve the Indians… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89yk8sec3Tk[/youtube] Count me among the surprised by the Tampa Bay Rays. I’d love to see the Rays win the East. That would be the first time since 1997 that someone other than Boston or New York won the East.
Les takes us down memory lane in comparing these Indians to the great Cleveland teams of the past… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkzbALSAK3g[/youtube] Sandy Alomar gets a raw deal when those teams of the 90’s are mentioned. He was my favorite player, and helped start the turn around in Cleveland baseball. Dennis Martinez was another one that deserves credit
Les on offensive woes…quick, is he talking about the Cavs or the Indians? [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rk7gT-S4Pkc[/youtube] The sad part…he’s talking about both. Sigh.
Les gives his opinion on who should close out games for the Tribe…his answer may surprise you. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75bW4F9zWRA[/youtube] None of the above? I’m just not comfortable with any of these three to be honest with you. How about you? Who do you want to hand the ball to in the ninth?
Les Levine has a great take on David Stern’s comments about the pyrotechnics used in NBA arenas… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9VMbvXirHw[/youtube] David Stern after his recent visit to the Q for game 4 of the Cavaliers/Celtics series- “I’m going to get into trouble for this: I think they’re ridiculous. I think that the noise, the fire (and) the
Attention K-Mart Shoppers We Have A Lost Child, Would Devin Brown Please Report To The Customer Service Desk, Thank You… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSh-Zi27vBI[/youtube] Did the Cavaliers miss a chance to ‘steal one’ on the road? Absolutely. Looks like they will have to ‘earn one’ in order to win this series. Maybe they need a shot in the arm
Go English.com lists Beating a Dead Horse in between He Lost His Head, and Can’t Cut the Mustard. So, with that in mind here’s Les on the offensive woes of the Tribe… [youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=po2pvxDBcNs[/youtube] I’m not sure what more can be said. The offense sucks, hasn’t performed to expectations and fans are ticked off, voicing their
Les discusses the biggest disappointment from Washington’s win… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mt-jDyDcEbo[/youtube] This was my point at the end of the game recap on Wednesday. Detroit took care of the 76ers last night. They will now face a rested Magic team. Boston has a chance to finish off their series in Atlanta on Friday. Who has the better
Les asks what type of team the Indians are trying to be… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8BUCzkFFbY[/youtube] Les, this is not one of your better points. The Indians are obviously built around pitching. With the exception of Paul Byrd, our starters are capable of shutting down any opponent for 7 or 8 innings. The bullpen has struggled somewhat, but