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Great piece here from Erik Cassano, laying the blame for the early season weather fiasco squarely at the feet of Bud Selig and his goons. As a result, the Indians have not played a game in nearly a week, will be playing their home opener in Milwaukee tonight, and could potentially have to play a doubleheader versus the Mariners on the day after the scheduled end of the regular season. Only in Cleveland ...
Apr 09, 2007 7:00 PM
The Roundtable: Can Wedge Survive Another Poor Start?
The Indians season has started, although slowly thanks to no cooperation whatsoever from Mother Nature. The team has begun the season 2-1 after terrible starts to the past three seasons under manager Eric Wedge, who is in the last year of his contract with the team. We all know Wedge is under the microscope this season. But can he survive another bad April and May? This is the question we asked our roundtable this week.
Apr 07, 2007 7:00 PM
2007 Lake County Captains Preview
Since a magical debut near-100 win debut season in 2003, Lake County has been in a continuous slide the past three years and bottomed out in 2006 because of a lack in talent and eventually finished with a record of 64-74. This year, Lake County is recharged and filled with several of the Indians top draft picks from the 2006 Draft, and also several of their top prospects from their academies in Venezuela and the Dominican Republic. The Captains are very young and talented, but should be a fun team to watch grow this year. Tony checks in with his final minor league preview.
Apr 06, 2007 7:00 PM
Early season momentum is such a tenuous thing in baseball. And Erik Cassano thinks that an all-important good start for the Indians might have been dealt a blow in Friday's home opener. In his latest, Papa Cass hits on the opener, the scheduling fiasco that will ensue with the Mariners, and the smooth move pulled off by Grover in getting this one thrown out.
Apr 06, 2007 7:00 PM
In Gary's latest column, he refers to the beginning weeks of baseball season as "a frustrating tease" and says that one downside of the length of the major league baseball season is that it is often difficult to drawn any conclusions for weeks. But that doesn't stop journalists from trying. Gary takes an amusing look at some of the beat guys from various teams around the league, and their early season overreactions.
Apr 05, 2007 7:00 PM
The B-List: 4/5
2007 Kinston Indians Preview
The B-List: 4/4
Minor Happenings: Minor League Season Kicks Off Today
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