Charting Cleveland Indians attendance over days spent in first place as well as a discussion about Anderson Varejao.
Episode number 447 is with an old friend of WFNY, Jon Steiner. We discuss a lot of not-quite-sports topics in addition to some television and podcast things. Most importantly we talk about what we think the real value of Paul DePodesta is for the Cleveland Browns and we don’t think it has a lot to
The Cleveland Browns season has come to a merciful close. So, this email conversation between Michael Bode and Craig Lyndall changes recent course by discussing the Cleveland Indians. With Spring Training looming (no really, one month away), we revisit a “hot topic” that has been a bit glossed over in Mark Shapiro leaving the Indians
Cleveland Indians vice president of player personnel Ross Atkins has been hired into the Toronto Blue Jays general manager position according to MLB.com’s Jordan Bastian. The other finalist was the Blue Jays interim general manager Tony LaCava. Can confirm reports that Ross Atkins, Indians VP of player personnel, is taking the Blue Jays general manager
Cleveland Indians vice president of player personnel Ross Atkins is a finalist for the Toronto Blue Jays general manager position according to CBSSports Jon Heyman. The other finalist is current Blue Jays interim general manager Tony LaCava. If Atkins does obtain the position with Toronto, then it would be the first time in his professional
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
Dennis Manoloff pulls no punches with the Cleveland Indians and also discusses what it was like to interview Reggie Jackson.
Three execs get a bump up the organizational chart
How else do you cap off your biggest month of podcasting? You have great guest like Les Levine.
Falling up, on a Tuesday.
Jacob Rosen is back with tales from China, and doesn’t think Terry Francona should get canned.
Joe Lull talks Mark Shapiro and whether or not Cleveland sports radio is dead.
Terrelle Pryor could be one of the Browns’ toughest decisions.
It’s like an episode of Shark Tank.
Fare thee well, Mark.
Is the outfield grass any greener?
The Boston Red Sox made waves with the Cleveland Indians on the field when it was announced that highly touted general manager Dave Dombrowski was joining their front office. Now, it could be the Indians’ turn to dance in the wake of front office news and rumors with Ken Rosenthal is reporting Mark Shapiro’s name could find
It was a nice vacation, but I have so many things to say about Cleveland sports! First up, the Indians and their monumental trade of Nick Swisher and Michael Bourn. Here’s what I discussed. Click here for a direct link to the MP3 file. Also, be sure to subscribe on iTunes. [Also see: Andre Knott
The return of @sportsyelling to the WFNY podcast was long overdue. We discussed the current state of the Cleveland Indians, the realistic use cases with Snapchat and also broke down season two of True Detective (so far.) Click here for a direct download of the MP3 file of this episode. Cleveland Indians fans who are
Craig and Dave discuss a bunch of stuff that has very little to do with sports. I mean it has to do with Indians P.R. and movies and stuff. Click here to download the MP3 file directly. Podcast users are largely Apple device people Why Google makes me mad Google should put Craig and Dave