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Bomani Jones didn’t shy away from making his thoughts on the Cleveland Indians known.
Your browser does not support iframes. During an at-bat during the top of the seventh inning on Friday night, Cleveland Indians’ pitcher Trevor Bauer imitated Ryan Raburn, Mike Aviles and Jason Kipnis’ batting stances and it was amazing.
It’s a long season, and we’ve seen before that anything can happen during the second half of the MLB schedule. Some teams have greatly underperformed so far in 2015, but there’s enough talent on their rosters to keep them in contention moving forward. It won’t be easy, but here are five struggling teams that still
Last Tuesday, the Cleveland Indians’ Brandon Moss hit his 100th career home run.
Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco, for reasons that I cannot completely fathom because of the certain nightmares that this will cause, apparently made this terrifying baseball doll/avatar of teammate Jose Ramirez.
Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco was the victim of an extremely scary incident in Cleveland on Tuesday night when he took a line drive to the face off the bat of Chicago’s Melky Cabrera in the first inning.
Not really sure what these Cleveland Indians fans were trying to mimic during Saturday’s game, but they hilariously videobombed the Tribe’s broadcast with whatever the hell they were doing.
Your browser does not support iframes. The Cleveland Indians decided to make their own Mean Tweets segment and while the tweets themselves weren’t the funniest zingers in the world, the team did the best that they could with the material they were given. After watching the whole thing, it’s hard not to feel bad for
No word on whether Jose's car is still at short. #TribeSpring pic.twitter.com/2Nh4nSOb2c — Cleveland Indians (@Indians) March 26, 2015 On Thursday, the Cleveland Indians proudly showcased a prank that the team played on shortstop Jose Ramirez.
If you’re a baseball fan, hopefully you realize that complaining about Spring Training isn’t the greatest use of your time. After all, the season is, like, eight months long and games in March mean about as much as…well, they mean nothing.
While concessions stands might sell overpriced, oftentimes inadequate food, most stadiums appear to be stepping up their game with an assortment of uniquely gourmet options. Add the Cleveland Indians to that list, as they are experimenting with a red velvet funnel cake. Sure, the cake is likely more delicious than life, but it still looks