Tag: Cleveland Indians

A Walk Down Memory Lane with Andre Thornton

April 18, 2014

  It would be easy for any former ballplayer whose teams annually languished at the bottom of the standings to …Read the Rest

An Interview with Comedian Mike Polk Jr: Talking Nick Swisher, Willie Mays Hays, and Van Halen

March 31, 2014

Comedian Mike Polk Jr., famous for his “Factory of Sadness” YouTube video as well as his work on HBO and …Read the Rest

Getting There Early

Getting There Early
March 26, 2014

I’d always wanted to go to Spring Training. Since the mid-nineties while the Indians were in there glory, I couldn’t …Read the Rest

Milton Bradley, Alex Escobar, and the One That Got Away

February 10, 2014

I’ve spent the better part of my life eating, breathing, and sleeping baseball. Nothing more. Nothing less. Just. Baseball. I’d …Read the Rest

Why a Potential Scott Baker Move Makes Sense for the Indians

January 20, 2014

A little while ago I did some prognosticating for ESPN, guessing the types of moves the Tribe would make to …Read the Rest

I Lost the Cord Phelps Fight

December 2, 2013

Like a church mouse tiptoeing on a supple Persian rug, the Cord Phelps era in Cleveland came to an end …Read the Rest

A Cheap Drew Stubbs Replacement

November 12, 2013

Outfielder Drew Stubbs performed as expected last year, hitting .233/.305/.360 with 21 doubles, a pair of triples, 10 homeruns and …Read the Rest

Update On Indians Prospects In Off-Season Leagues

November 4, 2013

Baseball season is officially over for the major leaguers, but baseball never stops. Stateside some of baseball’s top prospects just …Read the Rest

Can Swisher and Bourn Live Up to the Rest of Their Contracts?

October 23, 2013

It was a wildly successful season at the corner of Ontario and Carnegie. For the first time in a millennia, …Read the Rest

Chris Perez Offseason Trade Market

October 9, 2013

“Look, [Chris] Perez is a fine pitcher, but he’s overrated. Plus, he’s getting expensive. My only fear is that the …Read the Rest