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  • I Believe That Kyrie Irving Will Stay – For A Simple Reason

    I’ve made it quite clear in the past that I’m not the biggest Kyrie Irving fan. However, when I heard, via an article quoting ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, that Kyrie Irving has “wanted out of Cleveland for years” I was furious. I believe that Mr. Windhorst is wrong and here’s why. First, Kyrie sent...

  • A Letter To Brian Windhorst

    Dear Mr. Brian Windhorst, I am absolutely sick and tired of seeing articles about my Cavaliers with you as the author. You bolted from Cleveland with Lebron James four years ago, leaving the same town that made you a great writer. The glitz, the glam and the money of Miami is what...

  • Tribe Beat – April 4th, Opening Day

    After winning their first series in Oakland, the Tribe returns home for their very first set of games this year at Progressive Field. The Minnesota Twins come to town for an opening weekend series. It’s also the Tribe’s first affair against a division foe. The Indians will be sending Danny Salazar to...

  • Jason Kipnis – A Player I’ll Gladly Watch For Six More Years

    A big part of why I love this Cleveland Indians team is how many purely great guys we have taking the field each night. Now I’m not so much talking about abilities, but more so character in all aspects of being a professional baseball player. 1B Nick Swisher is a one crazy...

  • Indians Sign 2B Jason Kipnis to a 6 year, 52.5 Million Dollar Extension

    This morning, huge news came out that the Indians extended 2B Jason Kipnis’ contract through the 2019 season. Six years, 52.5 million dollars is the amount Kip will be making in total. Last season, he batted .284 with 17 home runs and 84 RBIs. This includes a month of June where he...

  • What Are The Odds?

    I’ve come to learn that there are two types types of Cleveland Indians fans in these parts. The first type is what I would consider myself. I love the Indians with all my heart, but I’ll share that appreciation equally with the Browns and Cavaliers as well. Group two. These loyal fans...

  • First Judgements, Observations

    A baseball season is a marathon, not a sprint. Funny because that’s been told to me countless times through my youth, yet it’s my belief that it’ll never register with me. Simply put, I treat every game as if it’s a game seven. I don’t want to lose a single one. Because...

  • Meaningful Basketball In April

    The shining April sun glistens, the air starts to warm and Cleveland fans are excited for…meaningful basketball in April? Yeah, that’s right! It’s the first time since 2010 that the Cavaliers have a chance to make the playoffs. A dreadfully long four year absence filled with disappointing basketball that warped the Wine...

  • We’re In For One Hell Of A Ride

    Unfinished business. A phrase that has become my mentality, my way of life, and my personal goal. I remember the stinging tears streaming down my face that dark October night. I think about the looks of disappointment from players and fans alike. 163 games, 163 battles, 163 opportunities. To win, to accomplish...

  • Johnny Manziel: Are The Browns Up To Something?

    I’ve got a huge problem with the fact that Browns GM Ray Farmer was not at Johnny Manziel’s pro day on Thursday. I don’t care about that fact that we’re clearly not set on drafting him. The kid is too much of a talent to just flat out miss. From the reports,...

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