Jessica Forrester and Kyle Welch compare how special the Indians Home Opener is to them, and contrast what it’s like to consume it near to and far from Cleveland.
We’re four hours into a two-day work trip when I realize I’ve mentioned murder, in one way or another, at least three times to my co-worker.
Welcome to #TeamThursday’s Waiting For Next Year 10-Year Celebration Extravaganza edition of “While We’re Waiting…”
We don’t know how observant or fastidious readers are at monitoring the daily machinations at the workplaces of the media outlets they consume. But if readers had been playing close attention, they would notice that over the past year or so the Thursday weekly edition of “While We’re Waiting…” has become blogging by platoon, with Jessica Forrester, Jacob Rosen, and Kyle Welch each taking a spot in the #TeamThursday slot. Think of “While We’re Waiting…” as a baseball rotation, with the Thursday spot taken by WFNY’s three least reliable writers. If Scott Sargent is the Corey Kluber in the WWW rotation, then Kyle is Ryan Merritt.
Breaking news, you guys. The longest month in the history of the universe is finally over. It’s February! OK, so technically the shift from January to February doesn’t mean much in Northeast Ohio. Yes, it’s still freezing and gross out. Yes, the wind coming off Lake Erie will still make your face hurt. And yes,
A plot of land, a baseball ticket, and some charitable giving all for just $15?
There were hoops to jump through, but any true fan of Taylor Swift didn’t mind. The extra efforts came with the benefit of more tickets available to fans rather than scalpers.
You’ve heard of a summer “Bucket List,” a list of things you’d like to do, see and experience before the season ends, but let’s talk about a Hibernation List for winter.
I’m still processing the 2016 World Series, so this season’s abrupt and unexpected ending does not bode well for me.
Iowa’s “The Wave” isn’t just college football’s newest tradition, it’s also its greatest.
An update on Shea Serrano and his latest with Hurricane Harvey, including some words from the man himself.
Whenever the universe calls, Shea Serrano and the FOH Army are waiting to deliver.
Giving Cleveland fans a handy guide to getting over Kyrie Irving’s trade requests.
The Cleveland Indians may not be scoring many runs as of late, but they’re sure racking up the (interestingly timed) children.
Mike Napoli returned to the party on Monday. Nate Crowe- aka HipsterTito- walks through all the emotions and machinations of the night.
The Texas Rangers stole #PartyAtNapolis! Or they signed Mike Napoli to a contract and decided to keep raising money for children charities. One or the other.
In what stage of post-NBA Finals grief are you?
World news has been horrible as of late, but the NFL offered an improvement to one of the worst rules in sports.
A plea to R.J.
It all started with a boring Tuesday night…
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.