In the wake of Lebron James leaving the Cavaliers, the organization is obviously looking to start over and begin the rebuild of the franchise. Jason Lloyd of the Athletic re-iterated on Thursday during a Cavaliers roundtable on 92.3 The Fan in Cleveland along with Dave McMenamin of ESPN and Joe Vardon of Cleveland.com and the … Continue reading Love, Korver, Hill being shopped by Cavaliers
"I should be an All-Star. I'd imagine I will be and if I'm not, they didn't get it right, whoever they is. That is what Trevor Bauer told reporters Wednesday night following the Indians 3-2 victory and series sweep over the Kansas City Royals. You know what? He's right. The 27-year-old right hander has been … Continue reading Trevor Bauer is right, he should be an All-Star
While many think the Indians are going after bullpen arms as we're a little under four weeks away from the trade deadline, the organization could go all in to pursue a superstar player to get their first World Series championship in 70 years. https://twitter.com/jonmorosi/status/1014503456122507264 Machado is the biggest name on the trade market as he … Continue reading Indians pursuing Manny Machado
Indians closer Cody Allen tied the Indians franchise record for saves on Tuesday night, closing the team's 6-4 win over the Royals for his 17th save of the season and the 139th save of his career. He now is tied with former Indians closer Bob Wickman for the most saves in franchise history with 139. Cody … Continue reading Cody Allen ties franchise mark for career saves
With Lebron James departing the Cavaliers for the Lakers, obviously a big change is coming for the organization. The franchise experienced their greatest run during the last four seasons with four consecutive appearances in the NBA Finals and the franchise's first NBA championship. Now that Lebron is gone, the organization will likely head in the … Continue reading What’s next for the Cavaliers?
This time he didn't drag it out, it only took 20 hours into free agency for Lebron James to make a decision. Per his agency Klutch Sports, Lebron James agreed to a four year deal worth $152 million dollars to join the Los Angeles Lakers. The second time in eight years that James has left … Continue reading Lebron James to join Los Angeles Lakers