Jonathan Peterlin | 92.3 The Fan
Jonathan came to 92.3 The Fan after three years with Yahoo! Sports Radio as a national Host and Update Anchor. Before Houston, Jonathan was the morning show host at KGSO in Wichita.
He’s covered nearly every major sporting event through his work in the media but cherishes the Indians World Series this past October and Wichita State’s Final Four run in 2013 as his favorites.
Jonathan has been around radio his entire life having followed the footsteps of his mom who was in the business. He loves the sports radio format and never envisioned himself working in any other medium.
Away from sports, Jonathan enjoys living downtown and checking out the different food Cleveland has to offer. He believes in the designated hitter, weekend brunches, and water cooler conversations.
If this season was a fluke or a mirage, and the prospect of postseason success in the future was a pipe dream then I would view this differently. It’s not though. The main components of the core will be back, and so will the Indians next postseason.
Josh Tomlin pitched 2 innings and got the win Friday, and in doing so, cemented his fate for whether or not he will make a start in the ALDS.
Trevor Bauer flashes signs of excellence in guiding the Indians to a win in Game One.
Hue Jackson made the right call in going back to rookie quarterback Deshone Kizer to finish out the loss to the Ravens.
Kenny Britt’s dropped pass on second-and-19 with the team down eleven didn’t seal the win for the Steelers, but it was emphasized as such. Where this becomes important is Hue Jackson’s unique and uncharacteristic approach toward the drop after the game.
Watch the highlights from DeShone Kizer’s first NFL start with the Cleveland Browns
On Monday, we saw Trevor Bauer’s turning point for the remaining few of the Indians’ fan base that still held onto the idea that he was a nuisance and a pest more than anything else.
Depending how much weight you put in tweets, Cavs fans have nothing to worry about when it comes to the team staying in Cleveland.
Game recognizes game and in this case LeBron James had to shout out another member of Cleveland sports lore.
Cavaliers Withdraw Capital Commitment and Further Participation In Quicken Loans Arena Transformation Project
The Cleveland Cavaliers announced today the cancellation of their participation in The Q Transformation Project of the publicly-owned Quicken Loans Arena