It’s now been 30 years, folks—three full decades since the Sports Illustrated Curse and the Curse of Rocky Colavito joined forces to create one of the most infamously inaccurate proclamations in the history of sports journalism: “Indian Uprising – Believe It! Cleveland is the Best Team in the American League.” That sort of preseason assessment
The Cleveland Indians are one win away from a World Championship after clubbing the Chicago Cubs by a 7-2 count in Game 4 of the World Series at Wrigley Field. Here’s a deep dive into what we just saw.
The Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians have only played 18 official MLB games against one another, but over 100+ years, they have crossed paths plenty.
Where optimism and pessimism duke it out following the Cleveland Indians’ Game 4 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays.
“The North Ends In Cleveland.” That’s the new catchphrase I’ve been promoting since we learned that the city of Toronto—for the second time this year—would be standing between a Cleveland team and a trip to a world championship series. The match-up, to some fans, feels like another eerie (or Erie) parallel, cosmically linking the destinies
The Cleveland Indians beat the Boston Red Sox in Game 1 of the ALDS and Pedro Martinez was not happy about it on the TBS postgame show.
Yan Gomes epitomizes the 2016 Cleveland Indians more than any other player. No, really.
An analysis of online ticket vendor sites like Vivid Seats and StubHub, combined with a scanning of airfare and hotel costs, revealed Cleveland to be the most likely candidate for a cost-effective Chicago “takeover” in a Fall Classic.
J.R. Smith might still be waiting on his new contract, but he got his money’s worth playing spectator in the dugout suites Thursday night, as the Indians completed yet another series sweep with a delightfully drama-free 5-2 win over the former champs. That’s right, with a 5.5-game deficit in the Wild Card race and just
Why so glum? The Cleveland Indians won the series against the Detroit Tigers, will win the AL Central, and have a real chance in the postseason. More sunshine points inside.
Cleveland versus Detroit has an embedded history of epic showdowns. WFNY’s Andrew Clayman walks you through 13 of the biggest.
INTERIOR: Cleveland Hopkins Airport, Late August, 2016. A newly re-acquired Cleveland Indian has just arrived from Oakland, while a recently traded Cleveland Brown prepares to board a plane for his new team in New England. Crossing paths over by Auntie Anne’s Soft Pretzels, the two men shake hands and introduce themselves. “Coco Crisp,” says one.
Poor defense and a less-than-stellar Carlos Carrasco lead to the Indians getting worked by the Chicago White Sox.
The Cleveland Indians hold a comfortable six game division lead with just three weeks to go. Seems a good time to start freaking out, right?
It’s fairly customary in baseball parlance to talk about “the sweetest swings” in the game or the “slickest gloves.” But for whatever reason, the pitchers with the “smoothest deliveries” don’t seem to generate quite the same recognition. If they did, former Indians right-hander and current Columbus Clippers pitching coach, Steve Karsay, would have his rightful
Toronto Blue Jays fans infiltrated Progressive Field, but Jose Ramriez (AL MVP?) had better ideas as the Tribe took the series.
The Cleveland Indians notched their sixth walk-off win of the 2016 season on Thursday when Tyler Naquin drove home Abraham Almonte in the ninth. This Jose Ramirez guy, however…
Along with predictably putting up more points than the Browns on Friday night, the Cleveland Indians built up quite THE DIFF on the visiting L.A. Angels all weekend, as well, outscoring them 37-12 en route to a relatively tension-free series sweep. The Tribe is now back to its high-water mark for the season at 19
The Cleveland Indians scored 14 which might be enough to out-pace the Browns on Friday. It was easily enough to destroy the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on Thursday.
The Indians and the Bronx bombers played a weekend series during the Olympics. We cover it all.