By: Kyle Tooley ~Sports Editor~ After falling into a 3-1 hole after the first four games of the World Series, the Chicago Cubs have roared back to force a Game 7 against the Cleveland Indians in the 2016 Fall Classic. Pitching has been the story for the Indians in this series, as they’ve received standout-pitching performances from starters Corey Kluber and Josh Tomlin. Though the latter faltered in Game 6, The Indians have had wiggle room with their staff due to a lights-out bullpen that has been present throughout the entire postseason. Andrew Miller, acquired from New York at the … Continue reading World Series heads for epic Game 7
By: Adam Tortelli The month is September, there is less than a week of the MLB regular season to be played and the Cleveland Indians are hanging onto the final Wild Card spot. What? Yes, after years of brewing above average players simply to be traded away in order to earn their deserved all-star paychecks, the Dolan family opened their wallets to make a “win-now” ball club. From former Yankee Nick Swisher and speedster Michael Bourn to high profile skipper Terry Francona, the scrappy Indians are turning out to be a wise investment. Cleveland’s final series are against two of … Continue reading Sports Opinion: Cleveland Indians still in the hunt
By: Danny O’Malley As the hunt for October begins to get real, it’s hard to sit back and say that I am not surprised the Cleveland Indians still have a chance to squeeze into a wild card spot. When looking back on the season and diving into statistics, it’s hard to believe where the team currently stands. The squad has no pitchers with 15 wins or more, a team ERA of 3.89, its lead home run hitter Nick Swisher has only 20, and its RBI leader Jason Kipnis has only a decent amount of RBIs with 78. Nonetheless, the Indians … Continue reading The hunt for October
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