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Just 180 Days Until Opening Day

October 4, 2012

As the 2012 season comes to a close, Indians fans are left to ponder one of the more frustrating seasons …Read the Rest

They Won the Battle, but Lost the War

October 1, 2012

This weekend, the Kansas City Royals assured that they would win the season series against the Indians, despite the fact …Read the Rest

Francona, Alomar, or Someone Completely Different?

September 30, 2012

The Indians have hit the gound running in their search for a new manager – they will interview Terry Francona …Read the Rest

ALL WE NEEDED ALL THIS TIME WAS SANDY ALOMAR!

ALL WE NEEDED ALL THIS TIME WAS SANDY ALOMAR!
September 29, 2012

All kidding aside, it was nice to see Sandy Alomar get a win in his first official game as interim …Read the Rest

A Letter From Chris Antonetti – Reading Between the Lines

September 28, 2012

As a season ticket holder, I end up getting some of those generic, canned e-mails/letters when something big happens with …Read the Rest

It May Have Made Your Blood Pressure Spike, But It Is Still A Win

September 25, 2012

Since Corey Kluber was called up to the majors in early August, there have been a lot of games where …Read the Rest

Familiar Names, Bizarre Story – The Front Offices in Cleveland and Pittsburgh

September 24, 2012

I must admit that the Indians have long surpassed “tolerable to watch” for me (with the exception of yesterday’s game). …Read the Rest

If At First You Don’t Succeed…

September 23, 2012

The first two times that the Royals’ rookie pitcher Jake Odorizzi went through the Indians’ lineup, he baffled everyone except …Read the Rest

Too Little, Too Late

Too Little, Too Late
September 15, 2012

It almost seemed as if two different Indians teams showed up at Progressive Field today. ┬áThe first one started the …Read the Rest

Because I’m Already Looking Ahead To Next Year: The 2013 Schedule Is Out

September 12, 2012

Indians fans have already been in “there’s always next year” mode for at least a month and a half. ┬áNobody …Read the Rest