Jacob Rosen riffs on the latest updates in the baseball world, including Indians free agency, Giancarlo Stanton, Shohei Ohtani, and the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Four friends continued their Thanksgiving tradition of taking turns guessing the next season’s Week 1 starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns. The possibilities are endless.
How big of an impact will Isaiah Thomas have on the Cavaliers upon his return? ESPN.com’s NBA crew was somewhat skeptical. WFNY’s Jacob Rosen is a bit more excited.
After a loss in Brooklyn, the Cleveland Cavaliers are off to a slow start to the 2017-18 season. Jeff Green has been one highlight, at least. Jacob Rosen covers this and more in The Boots.
Despite the home team success in the 2017 Wild Card games, Jacob Rosen reminds readers that the baseball playoffs are usually a crapshoot. Wild Card teams are 23-21 in the Division Series round since 1995.
Jacob Rosen shares his favorite stats so far from the Cleveland Indians’ historic 21-game winning streak.
WFNY’s Jacob Rosen shares the detailed stats on the 2017 attendance surge for the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field.
What roles does Kyrie Irving provide most to these Cleveland Cavaliers? What does he need to thrive elsewhere? Today’s While We’re Waiting looks at Kyrie Irving’s current place in today’s NBA environment.
MLB is struggling from a lack of superstar marketability. ESPN is losing subscribers. What will happen when MLB’s next TV deal expires in 2021?
WFNY’s Jacob Rosen provides a salary cap overview for where things stand entering the NBA free agency period for the Warriors, Cavs, Celtics and Spurs.
The Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA championship in 2016, but it doesn’t appear likely to be repeated this year.
So many mind-blowing LeBron James-based stats to choose from, but WFNY’s Jacob Rosen attempts to find his favorites.
Another year, another Cleveland Browns Quarterback Draft for the Rosen Brothers.
A look at Tristan Thompson’s impressive consecutive-game streak in the wake of his recent thumb injury.
The NBA regular season has become more boring with each additional game. How should Cavs fans react?
Using WhatIfSports.com to answer the question on how good the Cleveland Cavaliers bench would have been in its prime.
Is Shake Shack a good thing for Cleveland? Jacob Rosen writes about that and more in bringing back The Boots to While We’re Waiting.
Tim Raines finally got into the Hall of Fame, but how long will Jim Thome and Omar Vizquel have to wait?
And the beat goes on. First, it was Ben Alamar, ESPN’s Director of Sports Analytics, who created quite the kerfuffle with his initial Kyrie Irving post on Dec. 22. Now, Jeremias Engelmann, the creator of ESPN’s Real Plus-Minus statistic, continued the lighting-rod topic with a follow-up post on Wednesday. The two posts have centered on a main
Kyrie Irving’s value has been in question of late. Although he might not be an MVP candidate, he’s still quite a deserving All-Star for the dominant Cavaliers.