CLEVELAND, Ohio — Indians Hall of Famer Jim Thome could not be more proud of the Tribe, but he’s even prouder of his novelist wife Andrea. 106 more words
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Today is the White Sox anniversary of the final game at Comiskey Park and the “Black Out Game.”
While those are the highlights of this day in @WhiteSox anniversary (and will be detailed later), there have been many other big moments in franchise history, there have been many others. 1,304 more words
CLEVELAND (92.3 the Fan) – Move over, Jim Thome, there’s a new man in town.
On Saturday, the Indians unveiled the fifth statue at Progressive Field, that of seven-time All-Star Lou Boudreau. 363 more words
Because they came so close but didn’t pull through last season, the 1948 and 1920 champs have the longest current drought in the game. Known as the Blues in 1901, the Bronchos in 1902, and the Naps from 1903 through 1914, the Indians are the only team, I believe, whose Rushmore all played the same position. 728 more words
Chase Utley and Jim Thome were two fan favorites when they played for the Philadelphia Phillies.
My guess is that baseball fans, whether they are watching a game on TV or in person, like to see action on the field. They enjoy the batter connecting with a pitch and the either a base hit is the end result or a defensive play is made. 324 more words