Jose Ramirez and Francisco Lindor arrive at the same destination despite vastly different hitting approaches.
A rabid pessimist weighs in on the outlook of the Indians 2019 season.
In order to stave off the lukewarm offseason that has become the status quo of Major League Baseball; many bright folks and institutions post projections for baseball players. These projections are not […]
The Indians have had an obvious plan of attack this off-season, and it revolves around finding guys who know how to get on base.
A lot of the Indians content here at EHC has largely been in support of the team and its players. This is a dangerous line to walk in the Cleveland media world […]
If you’re rubbing your eyes wondering why in the world “Lazy Sunday” is appearing here at #EHC, you aren’t dreaming. About two months ago, I reached out to the resident Diatribian, Al […]
In my quest to continue dispelling the myth that the Cleveland Indians have a poor offense, I decided to do some more digging. In this week’s View from the Porch, I’ll address […]
You can almost smell it, can’t you. If you close your eyes and take a deep breath, you can catch a distant whiff of baseball at Progressive Field; the hot dogs covered […]
“What about Mike Aviles?” That was a question seriously posed by a follower of the Cleveland Indians Twitter account after this tweet: Ramirez, Lindor and Gonzalez? Yeah, we’re covered at short. #TribeSpring […]
The Cleveland Indians have a problem on their hands: What are they going to do with shortstop extraordinaire Francisco Lindor if he forces his way in the Indians line-up? I didn’t say […]
I do love the hot stove season at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario. Sure, it’s become a whole lot more complicated with the advent of social media, but it doesn’t take […]
The Cleveland Indians have acquired 1B/OF Brandon Moss from the Oakland A’s for Indians Double A infielder Joe Wendle. On the outside looking in, there’s a lot to like about this deal. […]
The Sunday Drive with the Browns journey, Brandon Moss tidings, an Ohio State(ment) and the Cavs sleeping giant
The Cleveland Browns have to win out. There, I said it. I was all set to analyze the schedules of the Browns, the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Baltimore Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals, […]
10 Orbservations: Kyrie Irving’s brilliance, Too much Josh Gordon, Browns’ Attendance Error, Potential Brandon Moss deal
10 Orbservations is a regular Saturday piece at Everybody Hates Cleveland where EHC Managing Editor Steve Orbanek offers 10 quick sports takes, both on Cleveland topics and national ones. 1. It’s beautiful […]
It’s hard not to be an optimistic Cleveland fan. The Cleveland Cavaliers welcomed back LeBron James, and with every passing day, the team is clearly starting to iron out who they are, […]
One of the beautiful aspects of baseball is that it is often yields highly different conclusions by highly different people using the same information. Mike Aviles is such a case. Jim Piascik […]
LeBron James doesn’t look right. How’s that for a lede. A little more than a day after James torched Chicago to the tune of 36 points, eight boards and four assists, it’s […]
The 2014 season is in the books here at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario, and while the like-minded and often-compared-to-Cleveland-Kansas City Royals are currently preparing to play in Game 2 of […]
And then there is 2014… It’s really hard not to feel that way here at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario after the Cleveland Indians’ 2014 playoff run sputtered midway through September […]
Am I simply ignoring the remainder of the 2014 season? Of course not. I continue to be compelled to watch this Indians team because the youngsters have kept them competitive. Though we […]