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The Indians swept the weekend series from the punchless Mariners behind strong starting performances from Ubaldo Jimenez, Zach Mcallister, and Justin Masterson, but the real excitement of the weekend came from the walkoff heroics of Jason Kipnis and (to a lesser âŚ really lesser âŚ really completely far, far lesser extent) Mark Reynolds.Â In todayâ B-List, Buff notes that while the starting pitching has been a lot of fun, sometimes the bullpen has not, and instead the combination of longballs ... Read more
Steve Buffum | Monday, May 20
Regardless of what the Tigers did against the Rangers on Sunday Night Baseball, YOUR Cleveland Indians were coming into this week in first place of the AL Central and the hottest team in baseball. They've got one more left against the Mariners, and win or lose, they're going to welcome Detroit into Cleveland as the leaders of the AL Central for a first place show down.
Is this what it's going to be all summer? Because it sure as heck looks ... Read more
Nino Colla | Monday, May 20
Baseball, specifically pitching, fascinates Trevor Bauer. Trevor Bauer fascinates me. So does baseball, but thatâs not what this is about. The 22-year-old Bauer was made available in trade talks this past offseason because the Arizona Diamondbacks turned what should have been fascination and inquisitiveness into contempt and a myriad of misconceptions. Without knowing what was said or how Bauer handled himself when questioned by the Diamondbacks front office, Iâm perfectly happy to consider their loss our gain and welcome the ... Read more
Adam Burke | Saturday, May 18
The Indians probably owe their very existence in this town to their die-hard fans.
In the decades of the mid-20th Century, when losses outpaced wins on a yearly basis and postseason contention was a 35-year fantasy, someone had to form the small rind of humanity that barely clung to the dugout wall at Cleveland Stadium. Somebody had to be in that crowd of 3,000 on a chilly April night.
If you polled 100,000 people on who was at the Stadium to witness ... Read more
Erik Cassano | Friday, May 17
Using a Poker Strategy in Football
Successful poker players may lose many small pots and still be totally happy, for their goal is to win the occasional big ones. The same thinking comes naturally in football. When the Browns are in a fourth down, moving all in, in the meaning of going for it, is worthwhile only if the odds for success are good enough. In most other cases, it's probably wiser to just fold the hand, as in punting the ball away. In the same way, winning or losing a single yard means nothing as long as they manage to get a first down.
The universally-accepted time to evaluate Major League Baseball teams is now upon the Indians. Fridayâs game against the Mariners will be Game #40 and the Indians will be over .500 at the 40-game mark for the third straight season. They were 26-14 in 2011 and 23-17 in 2012 right around the quarter pole. After the 40-game mark, the Indians went ... Read more
Adam Burke | Friday, May 17
Do you remember where the Cleveland Indians were on May 18th last year?
Do you want to remember?
Trust me, it isn't bad. It's actually quite good. It's what followed makes the memory a touchy subject. The Indians went 46-77 after May 18th. A steady slide down the standings. That record was the worst in the AL Central over the span of ... Read more
Nino Colla | Thursday, May 16
The Indians returned to recent form by beating Philadelphia in the getaway game, and in todayâs B-List, Buff considers Corey Kluberâs second Quality Start, Corey Kluberâs surprisingly effective plate appearances, and digs the long ball in the manner of chicks. He also thinks that Jason Kipnis is just showing off, wonders if there is a situation in which he would ... Read more
Steve Buffum | Thursday, May 16
The NBA Draft Lottery will be announced on Tuesday, May 21st.Â Normally I would wait until after this epic event to take a comprehensive look at the Cavs draft.Â But thanks to Byron Scott (i.e. the human tanking device), we know the Cavs are assured a top six pick in this draft. Â So I've decided to jump the gun and ... Read more
Noah Poinar | Thursday, May 16
After forty seasons, all of Cleveland was awash in the excitement of playoff baseball.Â
John Hart had completed what Hank Peters had begun. In the late 1980s, working under the anonymity of yet another Indians rebuild, Peters began collecting the building blocks of a true big league powerhouse. He and Hart famously identified a pool of young players who they considered ... Read more
Greg Popelka | Thursday, May 16
Football at Ohio State is never boring, but in contrast to the last couple of years, the offseason talk has been focused on football, as opposed to tattoos, NCAA investigations, coaching searches and bowl bans. In fact, it says something about how uneventful spring football was for Urban Meyer and his Ohio State Buckeyes that one of the biggest pieces ... Read more
Dan Wismar | Wednesday, May 15
The Indians dropped a game in Philadelphia, wasting a thoroughly mediocre start by Scott Kazmir and showing little offensive ability against the mighty Someguy Pettibone, who I wouldnât be able to identify with a copy of his driverâs license. In the past three games, the Indians have managed a grand total of three runs, and in todayâs B-List, Buff addresses ... Read more
Steve Buffum | Wednesday, May 15
2013 Cleveland Indians Updated Future Odds and Analysis
The Indians started off the 2013 season slow out of the gate but have turned it on in recent weeks. Now neck and neck with the Detroit Tigers at the top of the AL Central, Cleveland showed the AL World Series favorites that they will not go quietly. Last weekend, they took two ... Read more
TCF Staff | Monday, May 13
I find it exceptionally funny and sad at the same time that the very folks who once flayed a certain talented G-F (after he abandoned his home state and all his rabid local basketball fans) are now imploring him to ... Read more
Jerry Roche | Monday, May 13
If you asked me before the double header if I'd take a split, you know I most certainly would. Yes, I would. Why am I good with a split? Because nothing changes going into the rest of the week and that to me is the important thing. Nothing changing based off two games with the Yankees.
Say what you want about ... Read more
Nino Colla | Monday, May 13
Thereâs very little to talk about this week in Cleveland sports other than the Indians, unless youâre talking about Jimmy Halsamâs potential indictment (and Iâm not). So letâs look at the Tribe and a reclamation project that appears to be working out better than we could have hoped. Just for kicks weâll also look at LeFlop James and two golfers ... Read more
Brian McPeek | Sunday, May 12
âWhereâs Grady Sizemore?â âWhoâs this guy?â âI donât know who any of these guys are.â âThe Dolans should sell to Gilbert.â These and other brilliant quips are things I have heard too many times at the ballpark this season. Along with blasting umpires, the flavor of the week for the national media has been to chastise Cleveland for its early ... Read more
Adam Burke | Saturday, May 11