1. Indians' Farm System Boasts Best Starting Depth in the Majors

    The Cleveland Indians ' farm system has seen an infusion of talent over the past three seasons. Cleveland Indians management used several high profile trades, as well as a more ...

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  2. Cleveland Indians Activate Grady Sizemore, Send Mitch Talbot To DL

    Grady Sizemore will return to Cleveland today, starting in centerfield, as well as leading off. To make room on the roster, starter Mitch Talbot will be placed on the 15-day DL, in a bit of a surprising move...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about over 3 years ago 334 reads 0 comments

  3. Cleveland Indians: Is Travis Hafner Back, or Are We Set for a 2009 Redux?

    If there was one thing that I was fairly sure about heading into the 2011 season, it's that Travis Hafner would never be the same player that he was before he signed his large ...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about over 3 years ago 843 reads 3 comments

  4. Cleveland Indians: Asdrubal Cabrera Grabs the Leadership Reins

    I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Asdrubal Cabrera is the straw that stirs the Cleveland Indians' drink. That's what I said four years ago when he made his debut for the Indians and helped lead the team to the 2007 playoffs...

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  5. Cleveland Indians Sweeps the Boston Red Sox In a Twilight Zone Finish

    If you would have told me that the Cleveland Indians were going to be 4-2 five days ago, I'd have laughed you under the rock you just crawled out of. I half think that I would have laughed had you said 2-4...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about over 3 years ago 402 reads 1 comments

  6. Cleveland Indians Starters' Struggles Will Likely be the Norm in 2011

    Fausto Carmona and Carlos Carrasco have done a nice job giving the sparse crowds at Progressive Field their best impression of a pinball machine, getting lit up to the tune of 17 runs in 9...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about over 3 years ago 230 reads 2 comments

  7. Opening Day: It's a B-E-Autiful day for Cleveland Indians Baseball

    Opening Day is upon us, and I'm not planning on waxing poetic about the smell of the fresh cut grass, eternal spring hope or the joys of 40 degree April baseball in Cleveland...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about over 3 years ago 182 reads 0 comments

  8. Ohio State Hoops: Ohio State Takes on Indiana and Enters the Big Ten Lion's Den

    The Ohio State Buckeyes have been an impressive bunch to start off the 2010-11 college basketball season, and that may be an understatement. The Buckeyes are currently 13-0, and have one of the most balanced offensive attacks in the country...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about almost 4 years ago 446 reads 2 comments

  9. Cleveland Indians Baseball: Did Cliff Lee Cost the Indians Bartolo Colon?

    Go ahead, read that title over a few times and let it settle in. It appears that the Cleveland Indians are not only trying to sign Bartolo Colon, but they may end up in a bit of a bidding war for the services of the 37-year-old righty...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about almost 4 years ago 1,394 reads 7 comments

  10. Ohio State Football: Suspended Buckeyes All Agree to Return to Columbus in 2011

    Ohio State head football coach Jim Tressel announced this morning that all five players scheduled to receive a five-game suspension will return for their senior season in 2011...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about almost 4 years ago 1,483 reads 51 comments

  11. NCAA Hypocrisy Rocks the Ohio State University in Idiotic Ruling

    It's a funny world that we live in, isn't it? It's hard not to be angry as an Ohio State football fan...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about almost 4 years ago 1,846 reads 15 comments

  12. Crumbling Columbus: 6 Ohio State Buckeyes to Sit Out Games in 2011

    Terrelle Pryor , DeVier Posey, Boom Herron, Michael Adams and Solomon Thomas were all suspended for the first five games of the 2011 season, while Jordan Whiting will be suspended ...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about almost 4 years ago 475 reads 0 comments

  13. Cleveland Indians: The Greatness of Bob Feller, to This Kid Anyways

    Bob Feller. It's hard to talk about the Cleveland Indians and not mention the name of Bob Feller...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about almost 5 years ago 388 reads 4 comments

  14. Urban Meyer Delivers Top Recruit to THE Ohio State Buckeyes

    Little did we all know that when Urban Meyer resigned from Florida, he'd begin recruiting for THE Ohio State Buckeyes...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about almost 5 years ago 3,848 reads 9 comments

  15. Bartolo Colon About To Re-Sign With the Cleveland Indians?

    There's something strangely fitting that former Tribe starter Bartolo Colon is rumored to be a potential free-agent target for the Indians during the 2010-2011 hot stove season...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about 4 years ago 953 reads 15 comments

  16. Sugar Bowl: Ohio State Heading To New Orleans To Face Off Against Arkansas

    THE Ohio State Buckeyes will be heading to the Big Easy on January 4, 2011 to take on the Arkansas Razorbacks in the Sugar Bowl...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about 4 years ago 813 reads 4 comments

  17. Ohio State Football Goes Legacy: Jacoby Boren is a Buckeye!

    The Ohio State Buckeyes picked up their fifth recruit for the 2012 season yesterday when Jacoby Boren from Pickerington (OH) Central officially committed to the Ohio State Buckeyes...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about 4 years ago 3,134 reads 25 comments

  18. Cleveland and the Chronicles of LeBronia: Talent, Tampering and...Albert Belle?

    While typing this story, it's come to light that the Cleveland Cavaliers have allegedly been spending millions on suspicions that the Miami Heat tampered in their quest to sign LeBron James...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about 4 years ago 572 reads 12 comments

  19. Ohio State: Tenacious Rebounding and Defense Lead Buckeyes Over Florida State

    "When you walk in...and have that Buckeye Block O on your chest, it's like walking in with a Louisville Slugger." —Fran Fraschilla, ESPN The Ohio State Buckeyes walked into the Donald L...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about 4 years ago 473 reads 3 comments

  20. Cleveland Indians: Top 10 Reasons for Tribe Fans To Give Thanks

    I've always been a thankful Cleveland Indians fan. Perhaps the feeling is based in being a fan of this baseball team in the dreadful 1970s. Not a single Tribe team during between 1970 and 1970 finished above fourth place in A...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about 4 years ago 1,104 reads 4 comments

  21. Cleveland Indians: A First Look at the Tribe's Top Prospects

    It's that time of year when the Major League Baseball top prospect lists start pouring in. Normally, it's just a part of the normal hot stove season for each major league team...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about 4 years ago 1,441 reads 5 comments

  22. Shin-Soo Choo Leads South Koreans To Gold Medal Finals

    Shin-Soo Choo is one game away from leaving his 30-month military service, as South Korea defeated China 7-1 today in the semi-final game. Today, the 28-year-old right fielder went 1-for-1, with a solo home run in the seventh inning...

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  23. Ohio State Football: Tyler Moeller Granted Sixth Year of Eligibility

    Tyler Moeller isn't finished playing football for The Ohio State Buckeyes, and it's not because he's discovered a miracle healing agent for the torn pectoral muscle that ended his 2010 season...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about 4 years ago 428 reads 4 comments

  24. Ohio State Basketball: Amir Williams Officially Commits to the 2011 Class

    It's official. The Ohio State Buckeyes have officially acquired the services of 6'10" forward/center Amir Williams after the top high school prospect signed his official letter of intent this morning...

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  25. Shin-Soo Choo Dominating Asian Games In His Quest For Military Exemption

    And so, the 2010-2011 off-season begins. The New York Yankees will be debating how many millions they will overpay Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera, while not blinking at the 150 ...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about 4 years ago 915 reads 3 comments