With the series tied, 2-2, the Cavs now head back to Boston in what has become a three-game series, with two of the three games in Boston.
As a kid, Francisco Lindor wanted to play baseball as a way to get on TV. Seven years after being drafted by the Indians, he’s one of the best the game has to offer.
The Nail in the Coffin podcast returns to talk gloom and doom about the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Down 0-2 in the series against the Celtics, it seems as though the Cavs have organization fatigue over the years.
For some reason, Ty Lue continues to give Rodney Hood minutes this postseason and it needs to stop.
The numbers are strikingly similar from Jose Ramirez and Francisco Lindor. Each hitter has refused to let off the gas pedal to start the 2018 season.
The number of minutes LeBron has logged this season seem to be catching up to him. Cavs need him to work through it if they want to make their fourth straight trip to the NBA Finals.
What’s the worst that could happen? The team could go 0-16? Bring on the HBO cameras.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert examines the film to study the weaknesses of the Cleveland Browns first round pick, cornerback Denzel Ward.
One of the issues for the 2018 Cleveland Indians is that they need less position player dead weight. One solution for this issue might already reside on the 25-man roster.
Kyle shares a variety of thoughts (mostly about Jeff Green) about the Cleveland Cavaliers’ battle against the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals, literary legend Tom Wolfe’s passing, and the Calvin and Hobbes strip of the day.
With Tuesday night’s questionable lineup, WFNY’s Josh Poloha calls out Terry Francona for some questionable decisions he’s made over the last year and a half.
It takes an awful lot for the Cleveland Browns’ front office to have the highest level of fan perception in the city, but it could be argued that John Dorsey’s group leads the pack when it comes to fan confidence.
With the eighth-best odds in the NBA Draft Lottery, the Cavs earned the eighth overall pick in the draft on June 21
At least it’s a best-of-seven series, right? The Cavs were embarrassed (at least in the second half) in Game 2.
Mediocre teams have made the playoffs with as few as seven wins. Could the Browns find their way to that level of mediocrity in 2018?
The Cleveland Indians have used their bullpen sparingly this year due to its inabilities and it’s killing the rotation.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert takes a look at the film to examine the strengths of Cleveland Browns cornerback Denzel Ward, who the team took with the fourth overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Looking back on a year since Chris Cornell’s tragic death.
The Cleveland Cavaliers might lose the Eastern Conference Finals, but it’s not time to panic after Game 1.
The 2018 Cleveland Browns expect to be more competitive but there are a ton of questions to answer in the starting lineup.