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"There He Goes Again"
It is time for the holidays again in Cleveland. Time to deck the halls. Put up the tree. Shop for gifts. And listen to the Dolans reprimand other teams for spending money. Per usual, free agents are flying off the board, and the Indians aren't a part of it. Yet the team insists it has money to spend. Our local pessimist Jarad Regano lashes out.
Nov 20, 2006 7:00 PM
Here We Go Again: Tribe Outbid
Papa Cass checks in on a Friday morning to weigh in on the Indians recently getting outbid for Japanese third baseman Akinori Iwamura by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. The Indians were the second highest bidder, and lost out by just about one million dollars. Cassano is sick of the Indians coming in second place for all bids, and while it's still early, finds this as a discouraging sign for the 2007 off-season.
Nov 16, 2006 7:00 PM
Tigers Becoming Win Now Addicts
The best division in baseball got a little better a couple of days ago when the defending American League champion Tigers went out and acquired slugger Gary Sheffield from the Yankees for three minor league pitchers. On paper, this cements Detroit as the favorite to once again represent the AL in the World Series. But Papa Cass can't help but wonder if they aren't making some of the same mistakes that the Indians did at the conclusion of the John Hart era.
Nov 11, 2006 7:00 PM
Another Young Gun For The Tribe
Papa Cass weighs in with his thoughts on the Indians recent trade, and is genuinely excited about their young infield of Garko, Barfield, Peralta, and Marte. In the same breath, Cassano wonders aloud where the veteran presence and leadership is going to come from. And should the Tribe have used Kouz to shore up their bullpen instead?
Nov 08, 2006 7:00 PM
The Genesis Of A Plan
In his latest, Tony Lastoria goes back in time and examines the beginning of the Indians rebuilding process, affectionately known as "The Plan" to most of the Indians fan base. Lastoria provides damning evidence of the sad shape John Hart left this franchise in as the reigns were passed over to Mark Shapiro. And makes a solid argument that Shapiro had to do what he did back in 2001. A helluva read from a helluva writer. Enjoy.
Nov 07, 2006 7:00 PM
Indians Get Their Man At Second Base
Minor Happenings: Atkins Fills the Director's Chair
Touch The Hot Stove
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