It’s the end of the week and we’re talking about the week that was.
Aaron Goldhammer of ESPN Cleveland sits down to discuss his career and the larger Cleveland sports media market.
Brian Windhorst joined Tony Rizzo and Aaron Goldhammer on The Really Big Show today to talk about the Cavs. Among some of the highlights, Windhorst said, “I know Dan Gilbert is steaming mad…” He claimed that the Cavaliers will almost undoubtedly make a trade this season. He pointed to the Sacramento Kings’ top-ten protected pick
Yesterday afternoon ESPN Cleveland WKNR made waves across Cleveland by mysteriously axing talent. Will Burge, T.J. Zuppe, Kenny Roda and (maybe) Michael Reghi1 were all told something about a “different direction” and mostly left wondering where that destination was and why it didn’t include them. Meanwhile, it has been all quiet from the station as
Tony Grossi and ESPN Cleveland have a report indicating that Joe Haden and his agent attempted an appeal that I suggested just based on common sense. When the rumors swirled that Joe Haden was popped for Adderall in an off-season test, it seemed silly to treat it like a performance-enhancer such as a steroid or
According to T.J. Zuppe at ESPN Cleveland, Chris Perez will not be traded at the deadline. Source tells ESPN Cleveland that #Indians closer Chris Perez will not be moved at the deadline. — T.J. Zuppe (@TJZuppe) July 30, 2012 Perez has been a lightning rod for controversy all season weighing in on attendance and even
Jim Rome has been immensely popular in Cleveland for a long time. He has had multiple tour stops in Cleveland and his visit to WKNR studios in the Cleveland Galleria last year was a blockbuster for this city. That’s why it is so surprising that WKNR decided to interfere with Rome’s nationally syndicated show when