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Co-eds, porn stars, and the battle for Braxton Miller

Most of the talk about Braxton Miller since the Ohio State Buckeyes football team won the National Championship has been where he will transfer for the 2015 season. The reason that it has been so widely assumed that Braxton would transfer is that the Buckeyes have three potential Heisman finalists on their roster, but only Miller

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Indians

What I believe about the 2015 Cleveland Indians

We have estimated in the past that only about ten percent of what we gather in Spring Training is actually useful. As such, I have been taking accounts of what I have witnessed during Spring Training. I will write what I believe, you can determine what truly matters, and I will hope to surpass the

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Alonzo Mourning questions LeBron leaving Miami

Last Thursday, WFNY’s Craig Lyndall covered Pat Riley’s shock regarding LeBron leaving the Miami Heat, as Riley somehow thought it prudent to compare it to if Magic Johnson would have left the Los Angeles Lakers. This week, former Miami Heat great Alonzo Mourning decided to take time out of his busy schedule in Austin, Texas for South by

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LeBron James’ Miami home still on market, price dropping

As WFNY’s Scott Sargent noted back in October, LeBron James put his Coconut Grove, Florida house on the market for what he believed a fair market value of $17 million. Unfortunately, the multi-million dollar mansion market must not be booming in South Florida as the house remains on the market four months later. LeBron did not seem

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Carlos Carrasco is a popular breakout candidate for Indians

The Cleveland Indians starting rotation has been a popular topic for the sporting world as they prepare for the 2015 MLB season. Corey Kluber winning the Cy Young has been referenced by nearly everyone writing a breakout candidate column and Danny Salazar has already been named a sleeper Cy Young candidate for this season despite

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Baseball is fine, but MLB could use some tweaks (Part 3)

Third verse, same as the first: Baseball is not broken. Baseball is as beautiful a sport as it has ever been. The art of hitting a baseball with an elongated, rounded bat has amazingly persevered through the generations as something that is worth attempting. The drama that builds during crucial games is incredible as every

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David Schoenfield names Indians Danny Salazar sleeper Cy Young candidate

Another day, another positive article being written about the Cleveland Indians. Apparently, David Schoenfield had drawn the Friday slot for waxing poetic about one of the Indians pitchers, but the pitcher that he wrote about may surprise you. He started off with the basic premise of attempting to identify the 2015 pitchers who might best

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Browns extend DL John Hughes contract

The Cleveland Browns may not have been as active as many would like acquiring free agents from other teams, but they did make a move today to ensure they retain one of their own. The Browns and John Hughes have reportedly agreed upon a four year deal worth up to 15 million dollars. The Columbus,

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Blue hair, Tied game, House falls apart: Cleveland Indians Spring Training update

Less than 30 days until the Tribe is back in Progressive Field. Here’s the latest from Goodyear, Arizona: • Friday’s Cleveland Indians game against the Kansas City Royals had a few noteworthy items. For starters (pun fully intended) Danny Salazar continued his high-strike out, high-pitch count ways as he delivered four strike outs, while also

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Indians have injury setback; scooter is day-to-day

The great thing about Spring Training baseball is that everyone is much more relaxed than they are during the season. Therefore, you get more stories about random occurrences from the players and managers lives. The Indians have been extra cautious with injuries this spring. The team mentioned that Gavin Floyd’s first start will be pushed

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Spring Training Notes: Tomlin, House audition for starting role with the Tribe

The Cleveland Indians added another Spring Training contest to their 2015 resume. Here’s a look at the last 24 (or so) hours of Tribe baseball. Giddyup: Josh Tomlin got the start on Wednesday and T.J. House received his first innings of the year. Michael Bourn, Ryan Raburn, and Francisco Lindor also made their 2015 debuts. The

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Ohio natives: Brian Hartline decision soon, Ted Ginn visits, and Trent Cole to be released

As we have noted, the Browns have interest in a pair of former Buckeye wide receivers that are currently available. These receivers continue to meet with teams, but will likely sign somewhere before the free agency officially opens. PFT reports that Brian Hartline is spending today in Chicago and will likely make a choice between

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Play Ball: Indians spring season begins with McAllister audition

Finally, the long winter season without baseball games has ended as the Cleveland Indians opened the Cactus League season with a game against their spring baseball partner Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday afternoon. Given that the Indians brought back nearly everyone and did not make any big moves in the offseason (with apologies to Brandon Moss),

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Brian Hartline to visit Browns today

Josh Alper at PFT reported this morning that Canton native and former Buckeye Brian Hartline is visiting with the Browns today. The 2009 fourth round draft choice of Miami had a rough year for the Dolphins where he saw his role reduced in their offense and ended up with a mere 39 receptions for 474

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Indians

Baseball is fine, but MLB could use some tweaks (Part 2)

I repeat: Baseball is not broken. Baseball is as beautiful a sport as it has ever been. The art of hitting a baseball with an elongated, rounded bat has amazingly persevered through the generations as something that is worth attempting. The drama that builds during crucial games is incredible as every single pitch can have

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Indians

Baseball is fine, but MLB could use some tweaks (Part 1)

Baseball is not broken. Baseball is as beautiful a sport as it has ever been. The art of hitting a baseball with an elongated, rounded bat has amazingly persevered through the generations as something that is worth attempting. The drama that builds during crucial games is incredible as every single pitch can have more meaning

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Todd McShay upgrades the Browns selections to DeVante Parker and Ereck Flowers in latest mock

In the last installment of Todd McShay’s mock draft, we were treated to a possible worst case scenario of drafting a project RT and an inconsistent WR-TE hybrid with our two 1st round selections.1 Thankfully, in the post-combine update to his mock draft, those choices are no longer given to the Browns even though he

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Browns

Mediocre Quarterback Sampling

As lifelong fans of the Cleveland Browns, I feel as though many of us are connoisseurs of mediocre-to-bad quarterbacking. We have sampled so many different types of these quarterbacks that we often can properly assess them and see the differences between them, while a New England or Indianapolis fan would just shrug them off as

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The Ten Percent That Matters: Indians Spring Training Notes

Reams of information are digitally thrown around during Spring Training. In the end, I would estimate that only 10% of it really matters. The catch? We will not know which 10% until May (at the earliest). All Cleveland Indians fans should be informed, however, so I will post the potentially important nuggets of information and we

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Terry Francona and Nick Swisher discuss MLB’s Pace of Play rule changes

Rob Manfred, baseball’s new commissioner, has been on the job for a short period of time, but has already shown that he is not afraid to push Major League Baseball in new directions if he believes said changes will make for a better product for the fans.1 It was during just last season that Keith Olbermann

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