T.J. Zuppe | 92.3 The Fan
Cleveland Indians beat writer and reporter | T.J. Zuppe began his broadcasting career in 2008 and has covered major sports events including the Cleveland Indians, Cavaliers, Browns, MLB Playoffs, NBA Playoffs and NCAA MAC Basketball Tournament.
Zuppe joined the WKRK-FM Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan team in October of 2013 as a sports anchor and reporter.
Zuppe, who grew up in Alliance, Ohio, is a graduate of the Ohio Center for Broadcasting and went to high school at St. Thomas Aquinas in Louisville, Ohio.
He served as Cleveland Indians beat reporter, update anchor, producer and show host at WKNR before departing in August of 2013.
Zuppe loves WWE wrestling far more than any person should and is a big fan of heavy metal rock music and all things supernatural.
Kyle Korver tries to dunk one basketball every season. Just one.
For some, that isn’t setting such a high bar. But Korver’s game doesn’t really involve flying above the rim. It’s far more about launching from long distance.
Cavaliers power forward Kevin Love is expected to miss the next six weeks after undergoing arthroscopic surgery to remove a loose body from his left knee, Cleveland announced Tuesday morning.
Spring Training Notes: Grady Sizemore Hired As Player Development Advisor By Indians; Lefty Chris Narveson Signed To Minor League Deal
With Spring Training already underway in Goodyear, Arizona for pitchers and catchers, the Cleveland Indians signed left-handed pitcher Chris Narveson on Tuesday to a Minor League contract with an invitation to big league camp.
It’s good to be home.
After a four-game stretch away from Quicken Loans Arena — finishing 3-1 on the West Coast trip — the Cavaliers returned to Cleveland and bested the Nuggets on Saturday night, 125-109.
Prior to wearing their home white jerseys during Saturday’s matchup against the Denver Nuggets, LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love of the Cleveland Cavaliers showed off the All-Star threads the trio will sport in this month’s NBA All-Star Game in New Orleans.
Thursday’s national TV audience will have to settle for Cleveland’s backups.
LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love will sit out Thursday night’s contest in Oklahoma City, head coach Tyronn Lue indicated prior to the matchup.
Andrew Miller, Francisco Lindor, Carlos Santana and Roberto Perez will be among several Indians players representing their counties this spring in the World Baseball Classic.
The Indians have filled their two biggest needs, a right-handed slugger and a second left-handed reliever, with two of their top targets in free-agency this offseason, but Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports believes Cleveland might still tweak their roster a bit before next week’s start of Spring Training.
At the start of the offseason, the Indians did not believe they would be able to sign Edwin Encarnacion or Boone Logan.
They ended up getting both.
The Cleveland Indians have signed veteran outfielder Wily Mo Peña to a Minor-League contract, the team officially announced on Monday