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Weekend Recap: Indians Die Hard for the Wild Card

The Cleveland Indians are still incredible long shots to make the playoffs. The AL Central has been all but won by the Kansas City Royals, making the Wild Card the only route to October. However, four teams are still above the Indians in the race for the last Wild Card playoff spot. The Indians trail the Wild

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Video: Best of the Indians Week

The Tribe produced some highlights in a rare winning week.

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Browns

WFNY Roundtable: Five favorite Browns players 1999-Present

There have been more downs than ups over the past 15 seasons. That only makes our favorite players mean that much more.

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Joe Banner to ESPN as NFL Insider beginning September 3

Joe Banner back y’all!

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Ball Played: Indians “walk” away like they “stole” something in win

Walks, steals, and home runs: What wins are made of.

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Ball Played: Anything Brew can do Tribe can do better

Michael Brantley went NOVA against his former team once again.

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Bode Plots: What is wrong with Carlos Santana?

Carlos Santana has been having an interesting season at the plate. In his most recent stretch of games, he only has three hits in the last 26 plate appearances (3-for-21 with four walks), but he has made each of those hits count. Santana had two home runs over the weekend against the New York Yankees,

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Weekend Recap: Indians win “epic” series against Yankees

It was a period of civil war. Tribe analytic versus traditional fans fighting over the reasons for a disappointing season and were about to face the evil Yankee Empire. During the initial battle, a rebel by the moniker of Little Cowboy managed to fluster the empire to earn the first win and inspire ballads that

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Ball Played: Indians lose series as Red Sox show off power

The Cleveland Indians could not have asked for a better setup to win on Wednesday unless John Danks himself was the opposing starting pitcher. Still, right-handed starter Joe Kelly was a close replica as he entered the game with a 5.69 ERA for the Boston Red Sox, and he had failed to finish even a

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Ball Played: Bauer lasts less than an hour before hitting the shower

Sigh. The day after the Cleveland Indians exploded for a strong offensive showing to complement a strong pitching performance, they fell back to scuffling on offense, while Trevor Bauer did not even last two innings. Such is the life in a season of a last place team whose pendulum comes down to match every upward swing. On Tuesday,

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Bode Plots: The Salazar Paradox

We tend to view fortune in sports in binary terms. This player has been lucky. That player has been unlucky. However, is it possible for a player to both be fortunate and unfortunate at the same time? Such has seemingly been the case with Danny Salazar’s post All-Star break starts, as his sterling 1.76 ERA,

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Ball Played: Sorry, but I still love these guys

Terry Francona spent Tuesday with his good friend John Farrell1. The two began a friendship in 1988 as members of the Cleveland Indians, one which has continued over the years. So, when John Farrell, now the manager of the Boston Red Sox, was diagnosed with Stage 1 lymphoma and his first chemotherapy session happened to coincide with

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Brantley out of Friday’s lineup, day-to-day with shoulder inflammation

The day after an uncharacteristic 0-for-4 outing versus the New York Yankees, Michael Brantley will miss Friday’s game between the Cleveland Indians and the Minnesota Twins with shoulder inflammation. The Indians have not announced the source of the injury or how long it has been bothering him. Michael Brantley had sat out of Wednesday’s game

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Video: Watch Maiya and Adriana Aviles throw out the first pitch

Mike Aviles twin daughters, Adriana and Maiya, were chosen to throw out the first pitch at yesterday’s Indians-Yankees game. There was quite a bit of action before the pitch, and it was unbearably adorable. Your browser does not support iframes. There was a meeting of the minds (or head-to-head interaction, depending on your preferred pun)

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Good news, everyone! “Nothing significant” injury-wise for Browns in first preseason game

“Nothing significant on the injury front to report,” Browns head coach Mike Pettine said to lead off his statement to the media after the Cleveland Browns completed their first preseason game of the 2015 NFL season. There might not be a better statement that a NFL head coach can make at the conclusion of a

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PFF ranks Joe Thomas, Joel Bitonio, and Alex Mack among NFL best OL

Pro Football Focus (PFF) has become one of the more trusted sources of advanced analytical information about the NFL over the past several seasons. In the preseason tradition of releasing rankings and expectations for NFL teams and players, PFF has began releasing their top 10 player rankings at each position. Fans of the Cleveland Browns

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Handicapping the Indians outfield battle: 9 Players, 3 Spots

Now that the 2015 season has turned itself over to evaluating players for 2016 rather than making a playoff push1 , it is important to recognize where the battles are being forged. Barring a franchise-altering trade Jason Kipnis (2B), Michael Brantley (LF), Francisco Lindor (SS), Carlos Santana (1B/DH), and Yan Gomes / Roberto Perez (C)

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Ball Played: Broken Bats, Bloopers, Bunts, and Brantley; Indians outlast Yanks in 16

The Cleveland Indians nearly had another familiar ending to a game in the 2015 season. The Indians hit 4-for-15 with RISP leaving 15 men on base throughout the night. Carlos Carrasco was spectacular as the starting pitcher and went deep into the game, but he left with a no decision. When the New York Yankees

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Browns Training Camp: Running backs dinged up and called out

Running back was supposedly a position of depth, if not strength, for the Cleveland Browns coming into 2015 Training Camp. Many fans and analysts believed the Browns would rely on a combination of those backs rather than having one player carry the majority of the load. However, as is often the case with the position, a slew of

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Report: Tristan Thompson considering one-year qualifying offer, could become UFA in 2016

Earlier on Monday, Brian Windhorst noted that there was “no real progress” made between Cleveland Cavaliers restricted free agent forward Tristan Thompson and the team since the second week of July when free agency opened. However, in a shift, Rich Paul (Thompson’s agent at LRMR) has told Toronto-based Sportsnet that Thompson is preparing to sign

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