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One hit? That’s all we got, one goddamn hit?

Cleveland Indians announcer Bruce Drennan illustrates, in detail, why his team is more loathed than the unlikeable Red Sox. Harry Doyle would be proud, Bruce, with or without the Jack. Eh, Monty?

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Joseph Charboneau: Great moments in Crookball history

Joseph Charboneau (born June 17, 1955 in Belvidere, Illinois) was a Major League Baseball player for the Cleveland Indians and is one of the most often-cited examples of baseball’s fabled sophomore jinx. “Super Joe” Charboneau made his debut with the … Continue reading

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The Cleveland Indians will soon be dealing blackjack at a call center near you

In a move for more market share in print media, Rupert Murdoch recently introduced Wall Street Journal readers to a sports section, one that would be “smarter” than the lowlife New York Times. Rather than feature the typical recaps, stats, … Continue reading

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