The next patient will be related to this one, but may not bear as much physical resemblance or enjoy as robust a life.
The Cleveland Indians have let the New York Yankees come back and even up the series in the ALDS. Indians fans have seen this story before. But this time it has to turn out different. Doesn’t it?
It’s always fun to dissect and review these games, but there is also something to be said about the feelings and takeaways that happen right as the game ends.
The Cleveland Indians face Sonny Gray and the New York Yankees in Game 1 of the ALDS tonight and we sat down with Mike Hattery to discuss the match-up.
As Matt Dery pointed out on Twitter, the most interesting thing about this video is Rick Manning not falling for Carrasco’s fake tripping routine and nearly admonishing him for doing what got him suspended last time. “He didn’t fall down. That was intentional,” Manning said. See it for yourself. In the end, the umpire might
Your Cleveland Indians have made a lot of changes this off-season. As a result, their over /under in win totals has changed since last year. The Cleveland Indians can be wagered to win plus or minus 77.5 games in 2013 according to Steve Mikkelson at the Atlantis. You might remember that the Indians’ win line
While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Scott Fujita calls Colt McCoy a young Drew Brees on 92.3 The Fan in Cleveland: “I think last season when Colt McCoy first got
Because the Yankees are the Yankees, people seem to think that baseball is an inherently unfair sport. It’s not that I disagree with that sentiment exactly, though I am going to tweak it a little bit today. At least that’s what I hope to do. But it’s going to take some time, so bear with
Just in case you thought for half a second that baseball might still be America’s pastime, you are wrong. This Sunday proved it beyond a shadow of a doubt. I love baseball too, so don’t feel too sad. Just admit that we all are obsessed with football. The 365 day cycle of the NFL is
The [Indians-Yankees game] has used up words; they have weakened, they have deteriorated –Henry James, 1915 OK. Henry James was talking about World War I, not the Indians game last night. You caught me. But seriously. What words can I use to talk about the “game” that took place last night? Ridonkulous? Shammockery? Out-freaking-rageous? Some
Last week on the launch of ESPN New York, we got treated to a photoshop of LeBron James in a Knicks uniform. Now we have a story where Yankees president Randy Levine is calling out the Milwaukee Brewers’ owner for continuing to “whine” about not being able to sign Prince Fielder to a new contract
While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email in the sidebar. More on the “Brown Out”… “Folks, including commenters here, and Tony Rizzo, and Mike and Mike, have congratulated Randall for obtaining so much apparent support for
Don’t hate the player. Hate the game. No, I am not going to talk about urban slang from the 1990’s. Then again, the message of that statement is so true. It certainly describes my current feelings about the game of baseball which have been changing and shifting since the Indians traded Victor Martinez to Boston.
When the Dolan family was finally heard from following the trades of Cliff Lee and Victor Martinez, the stock line to fans was that they were going to lose $16 million this year due to a 500k differential in fans coming through the turnstiles. At the time, I was just happy to finally hear from
The Yankees are learning what Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert already knew. In order to maximize profits from ticket sales, you don’t want to give up all those proceeds that occur on Stubhub, Ebay and Craigslist. So the Yankees decided when they opened their new ballpark, that they would outsmart the scalpers and just raise
Yesterday when the A-Rod steroid story broke, my immediate response was surprise. That lasted a second and then it occurred to me. I am not shocked by any of these stories anymore. In fact, I don’t know why anyone would be. I guess I would be shocked if I found out that Jamey Carroll was
Carl Pavano is looking to resurrect his professional baseball career in Cleveland. Most Clevelanders don’t know (or care) how deep the wreckage was in New York before Pavano left. Just in case Pavano had slipped under anyone’s radar, Joe Torre’s new book aims to make sure you don’t miss it. According to Torre and other
With no Tribe game to discuss, I thought it would be an opportune time to open a forum regarding two specific things that occurred yesterday; both making me shake my head in disbelief during more than one occasion. First, I find it absolutely hysterical (and a bit sad, actually) that there is a sudden outcry against interleague baseball because
C.C. Sabathia Shoots Down New York Rumors….For Now While we Indians fans have had to slowly prepare ourselves for the departure of Cy Young winner C.C. Sabathia that feels more and more bound to happen, one prevailing school of thought has been that surely the Yankees would pony up the dough to make Sabathia an