Browns

And It Starts…

Gee, it would be nice if this article was a positive upbeat article about the Browns beginning OTA’s wouldn’t it? The Browns did indeed begin voluntary workouts yesterday. Twelve voluntary conditioning slash practices will take place over the next three weeks. There will be another round of voluntary workouts prior to training camp. Why the special

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Indians

Remembering Ryan Church

While the Indians continue to long for runs scored, I couldn’t help but draw attention to outfielder Ryan Church; now with the New York Mets.  If you don’t remember, Church was drafted by the Indians back in 2000, and was traded in 2004 with Maicer Izturis (yep, we had him too) to the Expos for pitcher

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Indians

Tribe Starters on a Roll, and Hitting Down League Wide

The Indians beat the A’s 4-0 in the first of a three game series in Cleveland Tuesday night. How good has the Tribe’s starting pitching been? How about 34 consecutive scoreless innings? How about one run given up in the last 39 innings? (The three runs Toronto scored on Monday night were off the bullpen,

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General, Les Levine

David Stern, This Is Your Doing…

Les Levine has a great take on David Stern’s comments about the pyrotechnics used in NBA arenas… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9VMbvXirHw[/youtube] David Stern after his recent visit to the Q for game 4 of the Cavaliers/Celtics series- “I’m going to get into trouble for this: I think they’re ridiculous. I think that the noise, the fire (and) the

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Cavaliers, Indians

Brad Daugherty Would Be Proud

Though he’s known more in these parts for his numbers during the Jordan era, if you want to find Brad Daugherty these days, it won’t be on the hardwood. Our former big man is pavement only, as he’s gone from co-owning a NASCAR team to being ESPN’s on-air correspondent, partaking in NASCAR Countdown as well

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Indians

Game 2: Now If Only He’d Start Hitting…

Caught up in all of the madness surrounding the Cavs tying the series with the Celtics was the double-dip between the Tribe and Blue Jays.  You can scope out the thoughts on Game 1 here, as this will be more about the second contest and Asdrubal Cabrera doing something that we may never get the chance to see again –

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Indians

Carmona, Cabrera Outstanding In Game 1

Scott will be by later with game 2 breakdown… (can you tell who drew the long straw?) Fausto Carmona needed only 108 pitches to dispose of the Blue Jays in the day part of the day-night double dip. The Tribe righty improved his mark to 4-1, and picked up the second shut-out of his career.

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Cavaliers

Round Two Game Four Numbers And Words

Now THAT’S how you win a playoff game. I’m sure some people will continue to write off this series as boring and uninteresting, or whatever….but that game was one of the more exciting games in Cavaliers Playoff history. You can read Rick’s thoughts on the game here, and make sure you check out the video

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Cavaliers, WFNY Comics

360 View of Game Four

It must be a photographer’s dream to capture an image like the one LeBron gave millions of viewers last night.  Thankfully, we have a few different angles of the dunk that nailed the figurative coffin.  Combine this play with the incredible efforts of one Anderson Varejao, and you just have to wonder which player was

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Cavaliers

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Varejao?

I don’t know what got into Anderson Varejao, but I wish it would happen more often! I feel so alive For the very first time I cant deny you I feel so alive I feel so alive For the very first time And I think I can fly– P.O.D. Alive What a rush! Kevin Garnett

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General

Stay Classy, KG

I tossed out a request to Ryne Nelson, and he obliged with the utmost quickness. If you check out our live blog at the 10:04pm mark, I read KG’s lips going into the commercial. Anyone else see “F’ing F*ggots?” Mmm hmmm… [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1fT94-rdbLI] I see this going over like a lead balloon…

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Cavaliers

A Gloria James Cameo

When this went down, I was certain that it was Gloria James that was throwing ‘bows into KG’s side after the foul. I’m sure this will do wonders for LeBron’s web-cred… [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hl_9z35fz54] (Huge thanks to Odenized for the clip)

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Cavaliers

Live Blog: Eastern Conference Semis Game Four

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Indians

Any Interest?

We’ve gone on and on about the Indians offensive struggles. We’ve suggested different line-ups, and pleaded for another outfield bat. Ben Francisco has been a short breath of fresh air, but when he hits a slump, how long before his head is called for? Ownership promised to spend a little money when the time was

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Cavaliers

Why Tonight Matters

As the Cavaliers get set to play their biggest game of the season to date, we take a look at what’s at stake when Cleveland hosts the Boston Celtics tonight. The picture to the left is eerily symbolic of what happened in Games One and Two of this Eastern Conference Semifinal series with the Boston

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Cavaliers

Quite Trite

Even though the Washington Wizards have long packed their bags to watch the Eastern Conference semi’s from home, their fans seemingly can’t get enough time in the limelight. Off and running with the oh-so hilarious “Crybaby” reference, Wizards fans have apparently swapped t-shirt creations  for post-season basketball on the revenue-generation scale.  Check out what they’ve been able

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Buckeyes

Fierce Urgency of Now

I found this video on Politics Ohio, but thought that it had a pretty good tie to what we do here at WFNY – regardless of political views. I didn’t know that this year’s team has so many returning players. I mean, I knew of the larger names that are coming back for one more

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Cavaliers

Parking Will Not Be Fun

Given the twin-bill for the Tribe as well as the Eastern Conference semis tonight, you don’t need me to tell you that there will be a few people taking on downtown Cleveland tonight.  I was a bit shocked to see my normal parking garage already charging $25 per car, at about 7:45a.  The attendant told me that they

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Indians

Indians Bats Waking Up?

The Tribe and Jays were rained out Sunday, forcing a doubleheader on Monday. It’s the first ‘traditional’ doubleheader in Cleveland since 1997. The Indians offense roared to life when Toronto pulled into town. As Scott detailed previously, the Tribe backed C.C. Sabathia in a 6-1 win on Friday, then routed the Blue Jays 12-0 on

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Cavaliers

Game Three Numbers And Words

For one night, it was Boston’s turn to sulk. For one night, it was Cleveland’s turn to believe. Here’s what hasn’t changed: Boston still has the series lead, Boston still has home court advantage, and Boston still has the better team. Here’s what has changed: Cleveland showed that with good ball movement they can find

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