Podcast

Michael Mulhall, VP of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, on drawing in major sporting events – The Nail in the Coffin, Episode 142

The Nail in the Coffin podcast has on Michael Mulhall, the VP of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, on the show to talk about drawing events to the Cleveland area.

Read More...

WWW

Getting to know Bobby Hoekstra: While We’re Waiting

WFNY interviews Bobby Hoekstra of the Cleveland Indians about his background, work life and personal life.

Read More...

Indians, WWW

The Greatest Love I’ll Ever Know: While We’re Waiting

I have long dreamed of getting my son to a baseball game in Cleveland. Friday night the dream came to fruition.

Read More...

WWW

Looking back at the 2013 NFL Draft: While We’re Waiting…

Jacob Rosen revisits the 2013 NFL Draft, where the Cleveland Browns surprisingly took Barkevious Mingo. What lessons can be learned from the experience?

Read More...

Indians, WWW

Indians trending up in attendance numbers: While We’re Waiting

WFNY’s Jacob Rosen shares the detailed stats on the 2017 attendance surge for the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field.

Read More...

Headlines, Indians

Indians unveil (more) new food options at Progressive Field

While it’s tough to top the unveiling of a two-story bar, the Cleveland Indians had plenty to discuss at this year’s “What’s New” event.

Read More...

Indians

Progressive Field skyrockets to MLB’s fifth best ballpark in 2016

Progressive Field may not be filled to capacity during the regular season, but it’s standing as one of the best ballparks in all of baseball remains in 2016.

Read More...

WWW

On the Cleveland Indians and TV numbers: While We’re Waiting

The Cleveland Indians rank No. 6 in MLB’s local TV ratings, despite ranking third-to-last attendance. Why could this be? WFNY’s Jacob Rosen shares some theories and discusses the playoff TV schedule.

Read More...

WWW

Let’s talk about Cleveland Indians attendance: While We’re Waiting

Jacob Rosen shares seven main thoughts on the never-ending debate of Cleveland Indians attendance. Spoiler: It’s complicated.

Read More...

Headlines

Cleveland Councilman says Indians must register or remove Wahoo banners

With Opening Day drawing near, Cleveland councilman Zack Reed has ordered the Indians to remove Chief Wahoo banners outside of Progressive Field.

Read More...

Indians

Progressive Field’s renovations crank the social aspects up a few more notches

The Indians may not only have the best pitching staff in baseball, but may also own one of the best bars in downtown Cleveland.

Read More...

Headlines

Renovation Realities: Progressive Field’s new scoreboard and more

How does 13,000 square feet of new scoreboard sound?

Read More...

Indians

When will Cleveland host the MLB All-Star Game again?

This month, for the first time since 1997, Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game returns to Ohio. Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati will host baseball’s best and brightest for the 86th Midsummer Classic. Hosting the All-Star Game presents a platform for the host city/region to promote not only its ballclub but also its local culture

Read More...

Indians

A picture is worth 1,600 words

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

Read More...

Headlines

Cleveland Indians Aim To Back Bounce In July

If a potential trend within the first three months of the season is indeed emerging, the Cleveland Indians are in for a big month as the baseball calendar turns to July—and they sure need it. The Indians went 7-14 in April, 17-12 in May, and are a dismal 9-15 in June with one game left

Read More...

Featured, Multimedia

Photos: First look at “The Corner” at Progressive Field

With the Cleveland Indians’ home opener set to tip off this Friday afternoon, the team let a select few individuals inside “The Corner”, the brand new, two-story bar located in right field, for a bit of a sneak peek. Nearly 11,000 square feet of brick, wood and glass, “The Corner” represents the team’s ongoing efforts

Read More...

Podcast

Killing the “Dolans are Cheap” narrative with @sportsyelling and @BrutalStephanie – WFNY Podcast – 2015-04-05

The much-anticipated second part of the WFNY podcast with @sportsyelling and @BrutalStephanie is here. For the record, this was recorded before Corey Kluber signed an extension with the team. We talk about the Cleveland Indians and their upcoming season in-depth. The “Dolanz are Cheapz” narrative Has the “Dolans are cheap” narrative been killed off? Trying

Read More...

Headlines

Indians to offer $13 and $10 ticket options for 2015

Though the snow is tearing through the streets of Cleveland, the Indians are making plans to incorporate their new right field amenities within their ticket sales. Though not included in Opening Day and any multi-game packages, the $13 “District Ticket” will provide fans with the experience of the two-story Right Field District at Progressive Field

Read More...

WWW

Celebrating humanity in sport, and gearing up for Tribe season: While We’re Waiting…

Happy it’s-how-freaking-cold-outside-again-day, Blawg Pound. If you are fortunate enough to have a car, I hope that you are also fortunate enough to have a garage. I wrote a week ago that this winter hadn’t been that bad. I retract that sentiment, and extend a solemn, respectful middle finger to Mother Nature. I would like to spend this

Read More...

Headlines

Cleveland Indians, MLB toying with earlier start times

Baseball fans who are used to those 7:05 p.m. starts may have to adjust their schedules a bit or 2015. The Cleveland Indians, with the help of their opponents and MLB scheduling, will have a host of games starting at earlier times this coming season, with an announcement as to why coming in the next

Read More...