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.
The Philadelphia 76ers have been linked as one of the few possible landing spots for LeBron this off-season because of their youth, including Ben Simmons, a Klutch Sports client.
Anyone who was asked on Sunday night after a 110-94 loss to the San Antonio Spurs had the same answer: ‘we just weren’t hitting shots.’
There is no one like LeBron James, and Gregg Popovich is thankful for that.
It is most likely that only one will emerge from Indians camp.
Trevor Bauer picked up a win that no Cleveland Indians player has since 1991.
You will see Ryan Hanigan on the field for the Indians eventually, but perhaps only manifested through others.
The elder Francona played 15 years in Major League Baseball, six of which came with the Indians from 1959 to 1964.
The 6-foot-4 righty missed all of 2017 after undergoing Tommy John surgery, and was already in Goodyear before pitchers and catchers report officially on Valentine’s Day.
Jim Thome now holds a permanent residence in Cooperstown, New York, the preferred landing spot for any baseball player following their career. Now he still has one more place to go.
The unfortunate part about the timing of both the Cleveland Indians’ announcement to move away from their Chief Wahoo logo and that of Jim Thome’s election to the Hall of Fame, is that the anger for the former would cross over into the celebration of the latter.