Cleveland did not look all that hot last year. Why are we surprised that someone is kicking their tail this year?
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One of these teams will win no more than 60 wins. Not excited? None of them will win 90. Mmmmm. Tasty.Read more
Cleveland’s lucky they’re in a lousy division..Read more
The Indians pay homage to Jim Thome with a statue and may bring a World Series title to lay at its feet this year. Photo by Erik Drost via Flickr (cropped)Read more
This is Cleveland’s year, even if it isn’t. Cleveland was always going to live or die by its pitching. In June, the team lived like kings. Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco and Danny Salazar ate hapless batters and crapped shutouts. Trevor Bauer, a strikeout specialist with a Rick Vaughn-like wild streak, was finally limiting his walks. Even 5th starter Josh TomlinRead more
When Dick Allen played in 1972, the White Sox were 83-65. When he broke his leg in 1973, the White Sox were 37-32 and just one game behind Oakland. Here’s 1974, and Allen is healthy, and the South Siders made a big move.Read more
A play in one act by resident playwright, regular Cleveland fan, and all-around artist, Keith Good. Today’s themes include parenthood, tough choices, and leaving countless millions on the table to make a point.Read more