No Qualifying Offer For Napoli, Davis; Potential Upgrades In Outfield

The 2016 Indians battled injuries left and right to the pitching staff and the lineup. First Michael Brantley and then Yan Gomes. The team was still fine. The rotation was solid and they were healthy. But then September came, and things looked bleak. They lost Danny Salazar and Carlos Carrasco within eight days of each […]

Indians Season Ends With Heartbreak & Hope For 2017

A World Series for the ages. The first game seven ever held in Cleveland. A chance for history to be made. I wish I could be sitting here writing about a World Series title. I wish I can say that the Indians added another year to the misery for Cubs fans. I wish I can […]

Schwarber! Schwarber! Schwarber! Cubs Tie Series 1-1

  Joe Buck may have possibly made people sick of Kyle Schwarber. While it’s a great comeback story, we don’t need to hear it every ten seconds Joe. Game 1 was bad, but last night, it was given a violent shove into overkill. Coming off a dominant Game 1, the Indians were seemingly in the […]

Kluber, Perez Cap Off Cleveland’s Memorable Night

“At this point, if you’re not from here, live here, play here, dedicate yourself to Cleveland, then it makes no sense for you to live at this point. Cleveland against the world.” -LeBron James I thought that June 19, 2016 would be the greatest night of my life. I was downtown with a few thousand […]

In Tito We Trust: Indians on the Verge of Breaking the Curse

  It’s been quite a year for the city of Cleveland hasn’t it? In June, the Cavs snapped the 52-year championship drought for the city. Now, not to be out done, the Indians are in the World Series for the first time since 1997, and Terry Francona is looking to end another World Series title […]

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