The Cleveland Indians win their Opening Day matchup against the Texas Rangers and there were lots of positive outcomes.
With early-March sports at a crawl, we take a look at some of the things we’re looking forward to as spring draws near.
In their proud Opening Day tradition, the Cleveland Indians lose to the Boston Red Sox, 6-2, thanks to the arm of David Price and the bat of David Ortiz.
The Cleveland Indians Home Opener has been postponed due to weather. Here’s what fans can do with their tickets.
With the Cleveland Indians’ first pitch just hours away, here’s a look at some changes we’d like to see to Opening Day.
Cleveland Indian Opening Day is finally here. Get out there and make the most of it—even if it is just 35 and rainy.
It is almost baseball season. Well, almost Opening Day because Little League has already begun and Trevor Bauer has already lost his starting job.
Opening Day is always a celebratory occasion. The promise of Francisco Lindor’s first full season makes the 2016 edition especially exciting.
Katie Nolan talks Cavs, Indians Opening Day draws near, and the CIFF is in town. What’s not to like?
Baseball season is just a week away. There are plenty of things to be excited about for this season, but is it too little too late to bring back fans?
With Opening Day drawing near, Cleveland councilman Zack Reed has ordered the Indians to remove Chief Wahoo banners outside of Progressive Field.
As we’ve established, only about 10 percent of what happens in Spring Training baseball actually means anything. And, no one knows which 10 percent is the portion that actually matters1 . Here is our latest attempt to figure it out based on the latest happenings of the Cleveland Indians in Goodyear Arizona. What does Marlon
Start planning those road trips now, folks.
Boston Celtics (37-42) 99 Cleveland Cavaliers (51-28) 90 Box Score Happy Opening Day, everyone! What was supposed to be a special day in Downtown Cleveland on Friday, well, was still a pretty special day. But neither of the Cleveland teams providing the live entertainment upheld their end of the bargain. The Indians Opening Day is
The Cleveland Indians made their first roster move of 2015 to deviate from their Opening Day roster. They have recalled outfielder Jerry Sands from Triple-A Columbus. To make room for his on the 25-man roster, reliever Austin Adams was optioned to Columbus. To make room for him on the 40-man, pitcher Josh Tomlin was transferred
There is nothing quite like Opening Day. The smell of hot dogs and beer in often 40-degree temperatures is as sure a sign of spring as baby birds hatching and your 1099s showing up in the mail. Cities across the country come alive, gathering at their ballyard giddy with anticipation of the nascent baseball season.
With less than 40 days remaining until the Cleveland Indians’ Opening Day tilt against the Detroit Tigers, the team is giving fans a chance to win a pair of the highly coveted tickets all while incorporating some of their new, highly delicious partners. On Tuesday, March 3 fans can enter to win a chance to
“Hey hon, I need an opening line for an article.” My wife’s eyes rose to mine, her posture at the kitchen table held in a subtle, Sunday crossword lean. With a mischievous smile:
The Indians begin the season in Oakland tonight, and the players seem ready to go… It starts today! #TribeTime — Zach McAllister (@ZMac34) March 31, 2014 Here we go!! pic.twitter.com/di3kb4LcQq — Corey Kluber (@CKluber) March 31, 2014 “@ToddKipnis: "DREAM"- 2014 Baseball Motivational Video: http://t.co/nZxxgmUoVJ It's finally here! #BaseballSeason” Now I'm all fired up — Vinnie
Everyone knows the clichés about first impressions. They last a lifetime, the first few seconds define a relationship, etc. But has anyone heard about using bubbles to make a second first impression? Bubbles were the item of choice for the new-look, “new ballgame” Akron Aeros on their Opening Day game on Thursday night. The glitz