The National Basketball Association is the most progressive of the major North American sports leagues. For many, it was only a matter of time until this day arrived. If you followed the world of sports business, then you probably knew that the NBA would be the league to make the first move: jersey sponsorship advertisements
Jacob Rosen writes about the future of ESPN and sports TV, and how fast things might evolve over the next 5-10 years.
Jacob Rosen rants about sports journalism complaints, the TV metrics business, and his excitement for the new O.J. Simpson TV crime drama.
WFNY’s Jacob Rosen asks data scientist Trey Causey for his thoughts on football analytics and the Cleveland Browns.
Jacob Rosen applauds recent changes on the National Baseball Hall of Fame voting process, but says that more reform is still necessary for the future.
The Cleveland Indians had designated Chris Johnson for assignment 10 days ago upon signing Rajai Davis to make room on the 40-man roster. Not surprisingly, the 10 days went by without a team claiming Johnson nor a trade being completed with another team. Therefore, the Indians have elected to release Johnson thereby eating the rest
The Indians added another veteran bullpen arm in Dan Otero and DFA’d Jerry Sands to make room on the 40-man roster.
To clear room for Rajai Davis, the Cleveland Indians designated Chris Johnson for assignment. He’s still owed $17.5 million.
The Indians continued a busy 24 hours of free agency by signing veteran left-handed reliever Joe Thatcher. You can never have too much pitching.
Jacob Rosen looks back through the old Top 10 Cleveland Sports Stories list throughout WFNY’s history.
After the Cleveland Indians signed Mike Napoli, they followed it up with the signing of outfielder Rajai Davis. It’s a solid, albeit not very sexy move.
It seems like forever ago, but Dion Waiters was a Cavalier in 2015.
The Chicago White Sox beat out the Cleveland Indians and other suitors in the Todd Frazier sweepstakes.
Robbie Grossman and Felipe Paulino are the latest minor league deals for the Cleveland Indians. Hooray baseball!
Minor moves of reliever prospects, as the Indians lost right-hander Josh Martin to San Diego and grabbed Triple-A Seattle lefty Brian Moran.
Would 3B Todd Frazier count as an exciting pickup for the Tribe? Reports indicate a deal was discussed but remains “unlikely” for now.
Cory Luebke was once an up-and-coming lefty ace with the San Diego Padres. Could be make a comeback in relief with the Indians?
Does Rajai Davis get you excited for the 2016 Indians? He would actually be a quite helpful signing, at the right price.
In a small move, the Cleveland Indians claimed OF Joey Butler from the Tampa Bay Rays. Infamously, Butler broke up Carlos Carrasco’s no-hit bid in July.
The Cleveland Indians are reportedly showing “intense” interest in free agent outfielder Shane Victorino, formerly of the Red Sox and Phillies.