With silly season not kicked into high gear, there are still plenty of rumors about who might land where for the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season. Chip Ganassi Racing is likely looking for a long-term replacement in the 42 car after they parted ways with Kyle Larson earlier this season and Matt Kenseth’s long-term future … Continue reading NASCAR Rumor: Bubba Wallace to Chip Ganassi Racing?
On Wednesday, Cleveland Indians closer Brad Hand gave up four runs in the ninth inning and fans like they have in the past clamored on social media that the team make a change in the role. Much like the names of the past, Jose Mesa, Bob Wickman, Chris Perez, and Cody Allen, Hand has struggled … Continue reading The Indians Need to Make the Switch at Closer
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers already had the makings of an explosive offense heading into the 2020 season and they may have added another weapon to their arsenal. As first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Tampa Bay is signing running back LeSean McCoy to a one-year-deal worth the veteran’s minimum ($1.05 million). McCoy will join a … Continue reading Buccaneers Add LeSean McCoy to High-Powered Offense
With the 2020 college football season approaching, many have wondered if players will elect to sit out the season due to the coronavirus pandemic much like players across the NFL have decided in the last several days. On Wednesday, Virginia Tech cornerback Caleb Farley announced that he would sit out the season and prepare for … Continue reading Caleb Farley Becomes First NFL Draft Prospect to Opt Out of 2020 College Season
Two-time Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber will be out at least the next four weeks after suffering a Grade 2 teres major tear in his right shoulder. Kluber only last one inning in his debut with the Texas Rangers on Sunday before being pulled after feeling tightness in his shoulder during the inning. The … Continue reading BREAKING: Rangers’ Corey Kluber Suffers Shoulder Tear
The Houston Astros will be without one of their aces for the remainder of the 2020 season. Justin Verlander suffered an elbow injury and according to the Houston Chronicle, will miss the remainder of the season because of that injury. Astros manager Dusty Baker told reporters that Verlander suffered a forearm strain and will be … Continue reading BREAKING: Justin Verlander to Miss 2020 Season
The Cleveland Indians take the opening series of the 2020 season as they took two out of three against the Kansas City Royals. The starting pitching was as great as they’ve been over the last several seasons as Shane Bieber, Mike Clevinger, and Carlos Carrasco dominated the Royals lineup throughout the weekend. https://twitter.com/zackmeisel/status/1287473992429961217?s=21 Bieber struck … Continue reading Starters, Jose Locked In as Indians Take 2 of 3
Shockwaves were sent across the NFL world on Saturday as the New York Jets finally gave safety Jamal Adams what he wanted when they traded him to the Seattle Seahawks in a blockbuster move. The Seahawks sent safety Bradley McDougald, two first-round picks (2021 & 2022), and a third-round pick (2021) to the Jets for … Continue reading The Seahawks and Jets Both Won the Jamal Adams Trade
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-f6dxy-e4437d It's Opening Day in baseball and Jack is joined by his friends Anthony Joki and Alex Hale to discuss the happenings in the baseball world and the Cleveland Indians Expansion of the postseason The concerns with COVID-19 after the Nationals' Juan Soto tested positive The Indians name change and what their favorite option … Continue reading EP4: Indians Baseball is Back!
The Indians have finalized their opening day roster as they head towards Friday’s season opener against the Kansas City Royals. The team sent James Hoyt, Jefry Rodriguez, Jake Bauers, and Hunter Wood to the alternate training site in Eastlake, Ohio where the Lake County Captains stadium is. The roster, which is at 30 players for … Continue reading Indians’ Opening Day Roster Set