The Super Bowl left many commentators debating overtime rules. The last word, however, belongs to the Hot Sports Boys.
It’s tough to “STICK TO SPORTS” when the lines continue to blur.
The boys of summer are set to being Spring Training.
Even the Indians’ GM is surprised by the team’s offseason.
Cleveland will be the home of the 2019 MLB All-Star game. This will be the sixth time Cleveland has hosted the mid-season festivities, its first since 1997.
The 2017 Cleveland Indians have a hole in center field and might need a corner outfielder too if Michael Brantley cannot come back. The free agent market is thin, so here are the trade options.
Jose Bautista may be nearing a two-year deal with the Blue Jays, and that’s alright with WFNY’s Dan Harrington.
The Cleveland Indians signed a big-hitting free agent to a huge deal, but the 2016 Edwin Encarnacion signing is not the same as the 2012 Nick Swisher deal.
The Cleveland Indians have made quite the splash in free agency, locking up Edwin Encarnacion for at least the next three seasons.
While Jonathan Lucroy would have been a nice addition, the 2017 Indians may get a nice boost simply by regression at the catcher position.
Why trade for Andrew McCutchen when you have Abe Almonte? Before you laugh that off, let WFNY’s Jeff Nomina explain.
The EHC boys make their WFNY Podcast debut talking Cleveland Indians, and specifically Michael Brantley and the outfield options.
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Corey Kluber didn’t win the Cy Young Award. Plus, LeBron James and Robert Griffin III.
Both in terms of lineup depth and roster flexibility Matt Holliday is an upgrade over other cost-friendly free agency options for the Cleveland Indians.
The Cleveland Indians may have lost the World Series, but they have already provided this WFNY author so, so much.
TD took a minute to be ready to podcast about the Indians losing Game 7 to the Chicago Cubs.
Come this time tomorrow, Cleveland’s story will have another chapter penned and printed, mostly written by those on the outside. Now’s our chance to share what that chapter should truly say.
The Cleveland Indians will look to go 3-1 against the Cubs in the World Series. Chicago’s John Lackey stands in their way.
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