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Because Baseball, that’s why: Between Innings

The Cleveland Indians split the Ohio Cup for 2017 with a victory over the Cincinnati Reds as Carlos Santana took home the Most Outstanding Player Award. Just a great game as is the sport itself and the ties to the community have been on full display over the recent winning streak.

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Tribe benefits from defense at plate and in field: Ball Played

The Cleveland Indians dispatched of the San Francisco Giants, 5-3, after defensive miscues help the Tribe score and great defense of their own prevents the Giants from creating a threat down the stretch.

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Indians Lose to Orioles: An Audio Experience

Mike Hattery & Jim Pete get into a lengthy discussion talking all things Cleveland Indians.

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Has Josh Tomlin Optimized his arsenal?

Cleveland Indians starter Josh Tomlin needs to constantly adjust to stay ahead of hitters who want to smash his below average fastball. He has changed in a significant way for 2017.

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The Fifth Element: who leaves rotation when Kluber is activated?

The Cleveland Indians lost to the Cincinnati Reds, but they might have demonstrated the obvious answer to what happens to the rotation when Corey Kluber is activated off the 10-Day DL.

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Lindor and an eight-run third

The game gets easy to manage for Terry Francona when he has players like Francisco Lindor on the team

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Let’s abandon the five-man rotation

It may sound crazy because it is different, but one day, maybe just a few years from now, the three- or four-man rotation will be the new normal.

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Pitcher Review: Indians Dismantle Hughes, Twins

The Cleveland Indians entered Tuesday’s nights game with a thoroughly advantageous matchup, the game ended with them having taken advantage of the matchup to the tune of a 11-4 final score. Baseball is strange but the Indians taking care of a bad team – a team they should beat – is always fulfilling to watch.

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Indians Twitter Tells the Story of an Indians Loss

The Indians were walloped on Thursday night. We let Twitter tell the story.

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It wasn’t supposed to start like this…

The Cleveland Indians are ready for their Home Opener and WFNY is here to get you prepared too.

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April 7: The day Cleveland Indians’ postseason dreams ended before they began

The Indians’ loss on Friday night officially ends the team’s chances at winning a World Series.

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Rotation worry at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario?

The Cleveland Indians have what should be a strong rotation, but there are some worrisome points with it too.

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2017 Positional Previews, Indians, Podcast

2017 Cleveland Indians Positional Previews: The Starting Rotation

The Cleveland Indians positional previews continue! We’re up to the starting rotation.

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The Cubs strike back: World Series, Game 6

Tyler Naquin and Josh Tomlin would like to forget Tuesday night as the Cleveland Indians were defeated in Game 6 of the World Series by the Chicago Cubs, 9-3.

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How to pick your favorite Cleveland Indian

Are you old school, a cowboy, a hipster, or something else entirely? Well, the 2016 Cleveland Indians have just the player for you.

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Tale of a Lil’ Cowboy and a Big Lefty : Ball Played

The Cleveland Indians have a 2-0 lead over the Toronto Blue Jays in the ALCS as the series shifts to Canada.

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Indians clinch ALCS in Ortiz’s gold watch game: Ball Played

The Cleveland Indians kept the magic alive with their three-game sweep of the Boston Red Sox in the ALDS, but it wasn’t without drama. WFNY digs in.

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Trevor Bauer: X-Factor

As statistical forecasts for the 2016 Cleveland Indians vary, the X-Factor may very well be a 25-year-old wunderkind from North Hollywood, California.

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WFNY Interview with PFTCommenter

The takes get rather sizzling when WFNY’s Dan Harrington interviews PFTCommenter.

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Looking back at why I bother to follow sports

WFNY’s Michael Bode is too cheap to go to a psychologist, so when he needs to be emotional, he types and hopes you read. Here is why he bothers to follow sports despite the fact they are ridiculous and frivolous on the surface.

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