Why in the hell are we still talking about the Kansas City Royals? Why in the hell are we still making excuses?
Kansas City Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura died in a car accident on January 22 2017. MLB has lost one of its most emotional stars.
What a final day of the regular season it was in the MLB. With all games starting at 3 p.m. EST, there was plenty on the line for a handful of teams around the league. Whether it was trying to be one of the two wild card teams in both the American League and National League
The Cleveland Indians might need to grab home field advantage to make a serious World Series run, but they face long odds at this point at obtaining it.
The 2016 Cleveland Indians have been ridiculously efficient in an area of baseball that not many notice.
Francisco Lindor and the Cleveland Indians took two of three from the Royals over the weekend, continuing their odd trend of winning when the Cavaliers are in the playoffs.
What is the toughest division in MLB? The AL East made that claim for years with many big-budget teams including the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox winning multiple World Series titles. The NL Central has a strong case with three top tier teams in the Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, and Pittsburgh Pirates
The Chicago White Sox beat out the Cleveland Indians and other suitors in the Todd Frazier sweepstakes.
So they’ve got that going for them. Which is nice.
The city of Cleveland as a vacation destination? No, seriously.
The pros and cons of the four teams still remaining.
Humans of the 21st century may be spoiled by technology, but there are moments when our various colorful screens can humble us. On Sunday afternoon, for example, the Cleveland Indians’ diminishing playoff hopes and the Cleveland Browns’ dwindling comeback hopes briefly aligned in our viewing cosmos—a perfect moment like a blood supermoon. At roughly the
The kid was straight filthy.
Or: Melancholy and the Infante Sadness
Francisco Lindor and the Indians sent an emphatic message to the rest of the AL with a 5-1 win over the Royals.
Monday night’s game between the Kansas City Royals and Cleveland Indians started with some dueling fireworks, but ended with the Indians running away with the game. Alex Gordon and Jason Kipnis, a pair of All-Stars, started their respective halves of the first inning with home runs to break open the scoring early on. It was the Cleveland
The 2015 Cleveland Indians season has played out much like the end of the first act in the animated superhero movie The Incredibles. The 2013 and 2014 seasons were the opening demonstration of the individual powers for players on the team and included AL MVP nominations, Silver Slugger, and Cy Young Awards. However, the 2015 season
Both sounded like such fine ideas. Whether a quick oceanic voyage from a tropic port or a baseball season from a highly touted team. However, such fine ideas can turn out tragic once put into practice. Sometimes, events like a bad storm can sneak up on you and force you to crash into a hopeless
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is a perfect illustration of why there is a Cleveland sports blog called Waiting for Next Year, for that is precisely what Indians fans find themselves doing here in late July. The Cleveland Indians, considered by the crystal-ball gazers at Sports Illustrated to be the favorites to get to the
The Kansas City Royals were determined to not allow Cleveland Indians starter Corey Kluber to work them deep into counts, which inevitably seem to end in strike outs. The Royals entered Wednesday’s game still as the most difficult team to strike out in baseball, while also leading in batting average. The Royals, however, also had