Giving Cleveland fans a handy guide to getting over Kyrie Irving’s trade requests.
The Cleveland Browns offseason is complete and there is only one way to properly walk through it. That’s right, the 2017 edition of Rational! Conspiracy! or Snark!
Why in the hell are we still talking about the Kansas City Royals? Why in the hell are we still making excuses?
How things should be is rarely how they are. If the Kyrie Irving situation has shown us anything as fans, it’s that we know absolutely nothing.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are rumored to be going after Derrick Rose. Why is there so much consternation? Do it.
Kyle decides the pointless debate of what the best professional sport is for benchwarmers, and throws some love to Dr. Dre in this edition of “While We’re Waiting… .”
Summertime is the time for reflection, baseball, and general merriment. As such, a grab bag of topics that include Scrabble, Andrew Miller’s thoughts on MLB pace of play directives, and Andy Allanson all make the cut while we’re waiting.
Ezekiel Elliott once again finds his name in the headlines for the wrong reasons. Should people be concerned about the former Buckeye’s growing list of off-field incidents or is this but a string of bad luck and overblown minor incidents?
FOX Sports and MTV News are merely the latest to abandon quality writing in favor of video. Where does it end?
It’s a dead zone in the sports calendar, except what’s happening in the fight game thanks to Conor McGregor. Does he really have a shot though?
MLB is struggling from a lack of superstar marketability. ESPN is losing subscribers. What will happen when MLB’s next TV deal expires in 2021?
The Cleveland Indians need to target a starting pitcher before the trade deadline, but not just *any* starting pitcher.
Some have described the Cavaliers’ offseason as “the offseason from hell”. But is it really that bad?
Nothing but crickets in Independence as the Cleveland Cavaliers remain without a general manager.
It’s the Friday after a July 4th-shortened week. Let’s send this weekend out with a bang.
The Cleveland Indians may not be scoring many runs as of late, but they’re sure racking up the (interestingly timed) children.
Constant complaints about some movies being all action and monsters with little to no plot. Uh, guys. THAT’S THE POINT. Let’s enjoy monster mayhem.
Cleveland Indians rookie outfielder Bradley Zimmer has used his speed and glove to put himself in the early conversations for AL Gold Glove Awards.
There’s a narrative available that says the Cavaliers are favorites to win the title again next season, but everything feels too bad right now to see it.
Kyle talks about the recent layoffs at Fox Sports and MTV, Calvin and Hobbes, and Pink Floyd.