1. Wake Me Up When The Tribe Scores A Run

    I used to be a real fan. I don't know what happened, but I've lost my mojo. I was a fan's fan. I never missed a game, which is saying something since I live in Maryland, far outside ...

    Moses Cleveland Written by Moses Cleveland about over 4 years ago 65 reads 2 comments

  2. In Tribes' Case, the Hits Just Keep on Not Coming

    There were a number of question marks coming into this "retooling" year for the Indians, many of which revolved around the pitching staff...

    Moses Cleveland Written by Moses Cleveland about over 4 years ago 108 reads 0 comments

  3. Tigers Shut Down Indians' Hitters, Take Second Game Of Series

    It was a tale of two pitchers. Indians' rookie starter Mitch Talbot came under fire early and often, allowing four runs to the Tigers in his first three innings, two coming off a Magglio Ordonez homer in the first...

    Moses Cleveland Written by Moses Cleveland about over 4 years ago 37 reads 0 comments

  4. First Error of Season Costly As Tribe Drops Opener to Tigers

    It was the Indians’ first error of the season. It cost them three runs and probably the game. On a cold, grey home-opener for the Detroit Tigers, David Huff cruised through the first four innings, retiring nine straight at one point...

    Moses Cleveland Written by Moses Cleveland about over 4 years ago 24 reads 0 comments

  5. Consistency, Not Competitiveness, is the Question Mark for 2010 Tribe

    The games finally count. Just three games into their 2010 campaign, and one thing is clear: The Cleveland Indians have the talent to be competitive...

    Moses Cleveland Written by Moses Cleveland about over 4 years ago 56 reads 2 comments