While the Browns have been attached to each of the top five quarterbacks in the 2018 NFL Draft, hasn’t Sam Darnold been the first choice all along?
The Cleveland Browns are hoping that Bradley Chubb is still available with the fourth pick of the 2018 draft. If the Giants select him with the second pick, will the Browns take Saquan Barkley? WFNY’s Jim Pete takes a quick look what happens if Chubb isn’t available.
Bradley Chubb is a talented defensive end, and the unquestioned top defensive player in the 2018 NFL draft. If he’s available with the fourth pick, should the Browns take him? WFNY’s Jim Pete discusses why they should.
With less than a week to go until the NFL Draft, this author thinks that Baker Mayfield is the clear first pick in the NFL Draft
Can the Indians afford to re-sign Andrew Miller and/or Cody Allen in 2019? WFNY’s Jim Pete takes a quick look at just how good these two are for the Indians, and takes a glimpse forward at what it might take in 2019 to sign them. HINT: IT WON’T BE EASY.
Francisco Lindor created a big moment for the Cleveland Indians and the people of Puerto Rico. While Roberto Perez will get his chance in Game 2, there was no reason to keep him from playing in Game 1 as well.
If there was one sure thing regarding the Indians and Twins meeting up in Puerto Rico, it was that Francisco Lindor was going to return…home.
While the 2018 NFL draft class has a slew of quarterbacks for the Browns to choose from, are their skill-levels good enough to make them elite, or are their flaws going to be too much to overcome?
WFNY’s Jim Pete is trying something new, writing 500 words or less daily. Today’s piece is about Andrew Miller’s should-have-been strikeout of Teoscar Hernandez
WFNY’s Jim Pete takes a look at several trends after the Indians take the series from the division rival Kansas City Royals.
The Road to Wrestlemania is reaching its conclusion, and WFNY’s Jim Pete and The Tribe Daily’s Nino Colla step away from the Indians, and dive headfirst into Wrestlemania 34!
The Indians Mike Clevinger faced his old club in the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, and had one of the biggest moments of his career. WFNY’s Jim Pete breaks down his Mike Trout strikeout, and takes a look at some other big plays of the game.
Is LeBron James time running out as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers? That card is yet to be played, but just in case, don’t miss a second of this season.
The Cleveland Indians are ready to put the 2017-2018 Hot Stove season behind them…and newsflash…they’re going to be really good. Take a “quick” and somewhat fun look with WFNY’s Jim Pete, at what the Indians look like to start the year off.
Francisco Mejia could prove to be a valuable part of the Indians’ active roster. WFNY’s Jim Pete wonders if it will be as a catcher, an outfielder, or will the Indians be patient with their next potential superstar?
Since Francisco Lindor has joined the Cleveland Indians, he’s continued to surprise each year with an offensive skill-set far beyond what anyone thought him capable. At age 24, will Lindor plateau, or will he continue an ascent that takes him to Mike Trout-like heights? Don’t bet against him.
WFNY’s Jim Pete discusses how Terry Francona handles spring training, and how April and May are months in which Francona continues to make roster decisions, with an eye on August and September. He also takes a look at a thread of questions that could relate to each other, starting with Michael Brantley’s health, and how it could domino in April.
WFNY’s Jim Pete takes a look at Jason Kipnis’s past, to help predict his future. Will Kipnis regain his All-Star form as the Indians’ second baseman, or will he find himself without a position again, and struggling to find his form after a bad 2017?
It was time for the Cleveland Indians.. Jason Kipnis’s Tribe, to take the final step. And then 2017 happened, and as far as steps go towards a World Championship, what’s the old saying…”one step forward, and two steps back?” Is Kipnis ready to right the ship?
As we take a moment to celebrate one of the truly great Americans in Martin Luther King Jr., let’s take a moment to honor one of his inspirations, the Cleveland Indians’ own Larry Doby.