Michael Brantley’s smooth moves during the 2014 MLB season have earned him a spot on the Sporting News American League All-Star team.
Here are five things learned from the Kansas City Royals postseason run that has culminated in the team’s first trip to the World Series since 1985:
Bench coach Tim Bogar, the Rangers’ interim manager for the final 22 games after Ron Washington’s sudden resignation, is among three finalists for the Texas manager’s job.
TribeFest is returning to Progressive Field for a third consecutive year. On Tuesday, the Cleveland Indians announced dates for the club’s third annual installment of the fan favorite experience.
With a final record of 85-77 this season — three games out of a second consecutive playoff spot — it is easy to dismiss the entire 2014 Cleveland Indians campaign as a failure. But rarely are things so black and white.
The Texas Rangers have interviewed interim manager Tim Bogar for the job as Ron Washington’s full-time replacement.
On Wednesday, Cleveland Indians first baseman Nick Swisher was named one of three recipients of the Bob Feller Act of Valor Award.
When you live and watch sports in Cleveland, Ohio, you often get an overwhelming feeling that you have seen everything the sports gods have to offer.
“The Pulse” With Bull & Fox Tuesday 10/7: Russell Wilson Top 5, Richard Sherman, Mark Shapiro on Free Agency
Bull & Fox talk about Russell Wilson’s performance on Monday night against the Redskins and whether he’s a top 5 quarterback in the league, Kirk Cousins’ performance and Richard Sherman’s trash talk and Mark Shapiro’s comments regarding free agency this offseason…
Over the past few seasons, the Cleveland Indians are having issues consistently putting fans in seats at Progressive Field. But what about the potential for fans to bring the seats home?