1. Rocky Colavito vs. Ron Santo: Favortism in the Baseball Hall of Fame?

    OK, full disclosure: Mr. Rocco "Rocky" Colavito is my favorite baseball player of all time. Also, I have all the respect in the world for former Chicago Cub Ron Santo, a great ballplayer ...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about over 2 years ago 600 reads 1 comments

  2. Cleveland Indians: Manager Manny Acta Ejection Wakes Club Up in Win over Boston

    As any Cleveland Indians fan knows, skipper Manny Acta is a relatively patient and passive guy. But with his club trailing 2-1 in the top of the eighth to the Boston Red Sox , the Tribe certainly needed some kind of boost...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about 3 years ago 573 reads 2 comments

  3. Bob Feller and the Cleveland Indians All-Time Starting Rotation

    The Cleveland Indians have been sporting one of the best rotations in baseball thus far this season. Although this may or may not have been the case the last couple seasons, the Indians ...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about 3 years ago 1,278 reads 6 comments

  4. Grady Sizemore: Is He Transforming from Question Mark To All Star?

    Entering the 2011 season, Grady Sizemore was widely regarded as one of two things: either a total wash-up or perhaps trade bait come time for the All-Star break for the Cleveland Indians ...

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  5. Wahoo Weekly: Indians End a Record-Breaking April

    Who would have thought? All those great teams of the 1990's and even some of those in the 2000's, and this seemingly rag-tag bunch has notched one of the best records ever in Tribe history...

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  6. 2011 Cleveland Indians: Prospect Alex White to Debut Against Tigers

    After being drafted in the first round (15th overall) by the Cleveland Indians in the 2009 June Amateur Draft, pitcher Alex White is set to make his debut on Saturday against the Detroit Tigers...

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  7. 2011 Cleveland Indians: The Ballad of Jack Hannahan

    It is no secret that the Cleveland Indians (and not to mention the Indians fans) have suffered through some certainly inept third base play over the last couple seasons. We needn't not be reminded...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about 3 years ago 1,347 reads 6 comments

  8. Cleveland Indians' Wahoo Weekly: Inaugural Edition

    Welcome to Wahoo Weekly, a round table of sorts covering anything and everything Cleveland Indians baseball...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about 3 years ago 171 reads 5 comments

  9. Cleveland Indians: 5 Moves to Ensure Tribe's Hot Start Doesn't Halt Midseason

    It is no secret that the Cleveland Indians have been playing some great baseball in their torrid start to the 2011 season...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about 3 years ago 1,622 reads 9 comments

  10. Grady Sizemore Sterling in First Start as Tribe Sweeps Orioles

    I suppose just four words come to mind: Welcome back, Grady Sizemore. Injured for the better part of the last two seasons, Sizemore went two-for-four at the plate, including a ...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about 3 years ago 279 reads 3 comments

  11. Drew Pomeranz Is the Future of Tribe Pitching Staff

    The Cleveland Indians have long boasted one of the best minor league systems in Major League Baseball...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about 3 years ago 2,670 reads 5 comments

  12. Cleveland Indians for Real? Seven Straight Wins Have This Writer Believing

    Something must certainly be wrong here. The Cleveland Indians , nearly a consensus pick to be among the worst teams in American League, have now won seven games in a row...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about over 3 years ago 920 reads 2 comments

  13. Get the Brooms: Cleveland Indians Sweep Boston Red Sox with 1-0 Victory

    Can you believe it? The Indians defeated the much-heralded Boston Red Sox for a third consecutive day, this time by the score of 1-0. The game puts the Tribe at 4-2 on the season, having won their last four ballgames...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about over 3 years ago 412 reads 0 comments

  14. Cleveland Indians 2011: Season Opens with Mixed Results

    The Cleveland Indians now have three games in the books for the 2011 season. The collective heads of Tribe fans surely were shaking for most of the weekend...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about over 3 years ago 525 reads 5 comments

  15. 2011 Cleveland Indians: Breaking Down the Potential Opening Day Batting Order

    It has been announced that outfielder Grady Sizemore will begin the season on the 15-day disabled list. Although this was somewhat expected, it will shake up the batting order come Opening Day for the Cleveland Indians...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about over 3 years ago 1,096 reads 5 comments

  16. Cleveland Indians: Grady Sizemore Getting Ready for 2011 Season

    After two disappointing seasons where he only played in 139 total games, Cleveland Indians outfielder Grady Sizemore seems primed and ready for a revival year...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about over 3 years ago 1,018 reads 1 comments

  17. MLB Spring Training 2011: Travis Buck Proving an Asset for Tribe Outfield

    With the status of Grady Sizemore uncertain for Opening Day, and Austin Kearns' off-the-field issues still pending, the Cleveland Indians have turned to a relatively unfamiliar face this Spring Training for stability in the outfield: Travis Buck...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about over 3 years ago 540 reads 2 comments

  18. Cat Scratch Fever: The Top 10 Free Agent Signings in Carolina Panther History

    It was recently announced that Pro Bowl tight end Jeremy Shockey has decided to join the Carolina Panthers for the 2011 campaign. It has been argued that this could be one of the Panther's biggest free agent signings ever...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about over 3 years ago 1,445 reads 14 comments

  19. Cleveland Indians Sign Nick Johnson to Minor League Deal

    The Cleveland Indians have added another veteran free agent to the ranks in first basemen Nick Johnson. The deal was a minor league contract, but Johnson has a late spring training invite and an opportunity to make the big league club...

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  20. Live from Arizona: David Huff Making Case for Spot in Cleveland Rotation

    Left-handed pitcher David Huff has experienced a series of peaks and valleys in his baseball career. A stud coming out of UCLA, he was billed as the top pitcher in the Cleveland Indians system in 2008 ...

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  21. More Bang for the Buck: Big League Value for the Cleveland Indians

    According to one study , the American League Central is third in average team salary for the members of the division, with an average salary of $91.2 million. No surprises, the American League East is ranked first with an average team salary of $107...

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  22. Cleveland Indians Ink Reliever Chad Durbin for Upcoming Season

    The Cleveland Indians have bolstered their bullpen with the signing of right-hander Chad Durbin . Durbin spent time during the 2003 and 2004 seasons with the Indians ...

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  23. An Optimists' Guide to The 2011 Cleveland Indians

    Ah, baseball season. For me, there are few feelings like it. Spring Training represents a new era every year for me; one filled with hopefulness and optimism...

    Alex Painter Written by Alex Painter about over 3 years ago 541 reads 6 comments