Next Year is Coming Soon for the Browns!

Since the Franchise came back to Cleveland in 1999 as an expansion franchise, the Cleveland Browns have a combined record of 84-172, often being the joke of the league. The Browns lone playoff appearance happened in 2002 when they lost a Wild Card match-up against arch rival Pittsburgh Steelers.  The only consistent thing for the […]

Cavs Fall Short vs Chicago In Game 1

In their first game since April 26th, the Cavaliers took on Chicago Bulls for the first game of the second round of the NBA Playoffs, although they did so a bit shorthanded.  Boston Celtics F Kelly Olynik yanked Kevin Love’s shoulder out of socket tearing some ligaments requiring surgery.  Love will need 4-6 months to […]

Brandon Moss and the Rest of Cleveland’s Bats Show Up In Detroit

Photo used courtesy of: Joe Banker – Joe Banker Photography. Danny Salazar (2-0) was able to keep Detroit to only 1 run on 6  hits while dealing out a career high 11 strikeouts and only 3 walks to give the Indians (6-9) the victory over division rival Detroit Tigers (11-6), the Tigers have now lost […]

Bullpen Lets Down Bauer as Indians Lose Stunner

The Cleveland Indians (4-7) travel to Chicago and take on the White Sox (4-7) to start a 3 game series between the A.L. Central rivals.  The Indians send Trevor Bauer (2-0) up against lefty John Danks (0-2).  The Indians have not had good success vs. left handed pitching in the past two seasons, mostly because […]

Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love Shine In Playoff Debut

The regular season has wrapped up for the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Playoffs start today as they take on Boston Celtics in the first round.  A lot has been made of the fact that Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving have never played in the Playoffs during the course of their careers, and they will be […]

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