Thome, Carr, Brown Tabbed To Throw First Pitches At Indians Home OpenerBefore the Cleveland Indians starter toes the rubber to open the home slate at Progressive Field on April 11, three Cleveland legends will start things off.
Tom Withers: "Jason Kipnis' Shoulder Has To Be A Concern"Tom Withers of the Associated Press joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk about MLB's Opening Day and The Indians 2017 Outlook.
Cleveland Indians Announce Opening Day Tickets Are Sold OutThe Cleveland Indians home opener on April 11th against the Chicago White Sox is already sold out, according to the team.
Indians Season Opener Notebook: Five Things To KnowIn 34 degree weather on Indians' Opening Day, Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney threw out the first pitch, David Ortiz hit a HR, and no one on the team overreacted to the first loss.
Curtis Danburg Says: Player Safety Is First and ForemostThe Cleveland Indians Senior Director of Communications Curtis Danburg joined The Ken Carman Show to discuss yesterday's postponement, details on the ticket exchange, and the Twitter reaction to the cancellation of the game.
Indians Notebook: Too Cold For BaseballThe Indians were postponed for Opening Day Monday, but Terry Francona and some players had some thoughts before the washout was announced.
Travis Hafner: Opening Day Special; Tribe Line Up Deeper, Solid HittersFormer Cleveland Indian Travis Hafner joined Baskin & Phelps Monday to discuss how special Opening Day is, playing baseball in the cold, how the current Indians lineup fares, and more.
Chris Antonetti: "Our Goal Is Organizational Continuity And Consistent Winning"Indians President of Baseball Operations Chris Antonetti joined Baskin & Phelps Monday for Opening Day to discuss the festivities leading up to the first game of 2016, how the team is built and the excitement surrounding this foundation.
Indians Assistant General Manager Derek Falvey Says: The Off-season Goal Was To Supplement The Core PiecesCleveland Indians Assistant General Manager Derek Falvey joined The Ken Carman show to discuss Opening Day, the Indians farm system, and his role within the organization.
Joe Posnanski Says: Cutting The Season Back To 154 Games Isn't A Bad IdeaJoe Posnanski of NBC Sports joined The Ken Carman Show to discuss MLB Opening Day, how to make baseball better, and his predictions for the American League Central.
Curtis Danburg And John Adams Join The Ken Carman Show To Discuss Opening DayCleveland Indians Senior Director of Communication Curtis Danburg and Tribe super fan John Adams joined The Ken Carman Show to discuss Opening Day memories, the new improvements at Progressive Field, and John Adams illustrious history as an Indians fan.