A Dying Species: The Cleveland Indians and Their Slow Demise

Once upon a time, the Cleveland Indians were the talk of Northeast Ohio, dominating the headlines in the Plain Dealer and dominating the popularity vote in the city. Granted, the Browns were gone from 1996-1999, and the Cavaliers were in a state of emergency, seemingly ever since Michael Jordan hit “The Shot” in 1989. The […]

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 […]

Bauer magnificent again as Indians get first home win of the season

For a 12 o’clock start during the week, there was a nicee, robust crowd of 11,042 watching Trevor Bauer make his second start of the year. The young man didn’t disappoint either. After throwing 6 no-hit innings last week in Houston, Bauer (2-0) went 6 innings and gave up just two runs on four hits […]

Tigers Sweep Indians

During yesterday’s game Indians (2-3) catcher Yan Gomes left in the 9th Inning with a reported sprained knee.  Gomes since has underwent an MRI and it reveled he has a sprained MCL and will be out 6-8 weeks and he has since been placed on the D.L.  That’s not the only roster move made by […]

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