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Land Of Lowered Expectations
Just one thing has been consistent during the four year reign of Eric Wedge and Mark Shapiro argues Erik Cassano. And that is the teams inability to win games when the pressure is on them. The team has gotten off to four consecutive slow starts, then rebounded to play better ball when the pressure was off in each season. Papa Cass argues that this is a dangerous trend, and an indictment on manager Eric Wedge.
Aug 28, 2006 7:00 PM
The B-List: 8/25-8/27
In the Monday edition of The B-List, Buff takes a look back at the weekend set with Detroit that saw the Tribe take two of three from the division leading Tigers (that still sounds weird). Buff hits on the emergence of Jeremy Sowers, who is now 5-0 with a 1.69 ERA in his last seven games. He also touches on Cliff Lee's inability to keep batted balls on the ground, and the Indians "Baezing" of Fausto Carmona by making him back into a starter.
Aug 27, 2006 7:00 PM
Minor Happenings: Barton Now Officially "On The Radar"
An undrafted player tearing up minor league pitching and trailblazing a path to the majors? That's almost unheard of, but that's exactly what Brian Barton (pictured) is doing for the Tribe. Lastoria hits on this, John Farrell's weekly radio spot, Adam Miller being named player of the year, the minor league playoff races, and who we're likely to see called up in September in the latest version of "Minor Happenings" ... the best Indians minor league column on the web.
Aug 25, 2006 7:00 PM
The B-List: 8/24
In a season of long lost playoff aspirations, we're starting to see some encouraging things from the yoots. Andy Marte is starting to come around, Ryan Garko is mashing, and Tom Mastny has yet to self implode as the closer. In todays B-List, Buff hits on all these topics, analyzes CC's outing last night, and makes multiple Napalm McGee references. Don't ask. Just read. It's The B-List.
Aug 24, 2006 7:00 PM
The B-List: 8/23
The Season Of The Weird continues. The Royals dropped a touchdown and a field goal on the Tribe in the first inning, yet the Indians fought back from the 10-1 deficit to tie the game at 13 in the top of the 9th, then won it with two runs in the 10th. In todays B-List, Buff recaps the weirdness from last night, as the Indians became only the second team in MLB history to come back and win after giving up ten runs in the 1st inning.
Aug 23, 2006 7:00 PM
The B-List: 8/22
The B-List: Most Misused Indian
Mota Becomes 7th Vet To Be Dealt In '06
The B-List: 8/18-8/20
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