Alex Hooper | 92.3 The Fan
Beat Reporter for Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM)
Alex Hooper is a beat reporter for 92.3 the Fan, covering the Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Cavaliers and more. Alex also serves as an anchor for the station. He was formerly a sports writer for the News-Herald in Willoughby, OH, and General Manager at WBWC in Berea, Ohio.
You know how they say ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure’? Not in every case.
“I told him, ‘You don’t got this fight, bro. You shouldn’t have come here. It’s the wrong place.'”
The Cleveland Indians may have felt slighted when none of their four Rawlings Gold Glove Award finalists came up with the hardware. On the offensive end, the numbers spoke for themselves.
The 56-year-old had spent the last 23 seasons in the Red Sox organization, the last five as assistant hitting coach, before deciding to reunite with his former boss in Cleveland under the same role.
Since their partnership began in 2009, the Clippers have reached the playoffs five times, have won three Governors’ Cups, and two Triple-A National Championships.
The smile was back, the goofing around was back, and the 3-point shot was definitely back. That carried over to Tuesday night’s win over the Bucks.
Three Cleveland Indians were named among the BBWAA award finalists released on Monday night.
The Cleveland Indians had a ton of decisions to make heading into a critical off-season. So far, Chris Antonetti’s staff has made things easier on themselves by making the easy decisions.
For a team devoid of a ‘sense of urgency,’ and the worst defense in the league for wins or losses at a 111.7 rating, the Cavaliers will have to score themselves out of trouble.
For going on four years that LeBron James has been back in Cleveland, there has been a theme of his team laying down when facing an inferior opponent. Yet somehow in year four, with the weakest active roster in that span, the Cavaliers are laying down against almost every opponent.