The Indians are contributing to a new Chevy vehicle that can run on food waste – you know, hot dogs, nachos, other ballpark favorites and, yes, beer. 138 more words
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It remains a fine line. Never after losing have I seen a fan react overjoyed, happy, or just plain ecstatic. That’s reserved for winning.
In Cleveland, emotions such as apathy exist far more than joy. 1,292 more words
Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis put up the worst full-season numbers of his brief major league career this past season, finishing with a .240/.310/.330 slash line with six home runs, 41 RBI, and 22 stolen bases in 555 plate appearances. 140 more words
Gene Woodling was born in Akron, Ohio and signed out of Akron East High School with the Cleveland Indians in 1940.
Woodling hit really well in the minors, but just as he finally started getting some time in the big leagues World War II came calling and he enlisted in the Navy. 214 more words
Despite a fine 14 year career, I will always remember Chris Hammond as an Oakland Athletic. He was a fantastic pen arm that season, appearing in 41 games and carrying a 1.286 WHIP and 2.68 ERA in 53.2 innings. 234 more words