I think we have figured out how to improve the attendance at Progressive Field… release the squirrels.
In today’s world of modern technology, there are few things more frustrating than dealing with a slow, unreliable or non-existent network to connect to the internet, send a tweet, place a phone call, or send a text message.
Bull & Fox talk about the Indians’ loss in Chicago, the empty crowd at U.S. Cellular Field and whether Danny Salazar’s struggles are worrisome…
A lot has been asked of young pitcher Danny Salazar early in his career.
The date was April 4, 1994 – Old Cleveland Municipal Stadium was now only used for football and the Indians were about to open an era of baseball excitement the city hadn’t seen since the [...]
The 2014 season for the Cleveland Indians officially kicks off on the west coast in Oakland on March 31, but the day Clevelanders really care about is April 4… the home opener. The unofficial holiday [...]
Who says that spring breaks have to be spent in Florida or oceanfront hotels? Look no further than your own backyard.
Greater Cleveland Partnership President & CEO Joe Roman joined Baskin & Phelps in studio for a discussion on the upcoming Sin Tax vote and takes calls from listeners with questions and concerns on the issue.
15 minutes could save you money on car insurance, but if fans waited any longer to grab their Opening Day tickets, they are out of luck.
Cleveland Indians representatives Chris Donahoe, Director of Maintenance and Jim Folk, VP of Ballpark Operations discuss the necessary upgrades needed at Progressive Field and how the extension of the Sin Tax would help the park that opened in 1994.