Much is made of the Cleveland Indians TV deal, but Craig wonders if we haven’t been looking at it all wrong.
The Nail in the Coffin podcast returns to talk about how we all talk about the Tribe today on home opener Monday
After traveling out of Ohio for Spring Break, Craig has come to find that the new look Browns are popular even outside of Browns territory.
If only the Fake Paul Dolan would replace the Real Paul Dolan from a public relations standpoint.
Indians owner Paul Dolan gave an interview to Mlb.com’s Anthony Castrovince last week, in which he was slammed for some of the comments he made. Dolan has had bad optics issues for a long time, and WFNY’s Joe Gerberry gives some pointers.
WFNY’s Michael Bode wrote an open letter to Paul Dolan to implore him to spend some extra due to having the corner market on good sports teams in Cleveland.
Dan Gilbert being Dan Gilbert has fired up the debates about the Cleveland sport ownership groups again. Each has their flaws and virtues, but there is no true debate here.
Cleveland will be the home of the 2019 MLB All-Star game. This will be the sixth time Cleveland has hosted the mid-season festivities, its first since 1997.
An argument that the Cleveland Indians are the only well-run sports organization in town.
Why is thinking the Indians should keep their starting pitching sound controversial these days?
Three execs get a bump up the organizational chart
Move over, RNC…
It’s like an episode of Shark Tank.
The old saying is a picture says 1,000 words. This one says 40,000. It’s the middle of the summer. OK, so the weather in Cleveland was less than ideal Tuesday night, but even if it was (and has been at times), people still are not filing in to watch the Indians take the field. Even
Lost in the kerfuffle of the Cleveland Indians allegedly polling season ticket holders about their opinion on Chief Wahoo was the fact that said inquiry was literally one of roughly three dozen questions pertaining fans and how they relate to various aspects of the team. Drowned out by all of the noise and nostalgia surrounding
Last night’s Wild Card playoff was a game this city desperately needed. No, one game is most assuredly not “enough.” No, I’m not satisfied that the Indians peed down their leg with runners on base last night.1 All the same, last night was a game that this city needed and it was a game that
The Indians take on the RAYS/RANGERS tomorrow in the one game Wild Card Playoff. The Goon Squad (Aviles, Raburn, Giambi and Gomes) are a huge reason why. The shirts they are sporting are from GV Art and Design.You may have seen the picture floating around the internet. Several groups have recreated the shot for the
Scott and I had a conversation over the weekend prior to the podcast in which we decided it was time to see if there’s a greater purpose that we can serve. With all the news of LeBron James, Josh Gordon, Greg Little and Tristan Thompson last week, we decided to discuss whether or not Cleveland
The Plain Dealer’s Terry Pluto had a conversation with Cleveland Indians CEO Paul Dolan recently, the summary of which was outlined in today’s newspaper. In it, I found this the most interesting was the talk of “pain” from the 68-94 season last year, something fans know all too well. “Dolan said that in the
The Dolan family needs to step away from the blackjack table and leave the casino with house money well in hand. After selling STO to FOX, they need to go to the next level and sell the team before they lose any of that money they just “won.” This is the only way I know