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maybe next year

Wednesday, July 1st, 2009

From this week’s Sports Illustrated: 66-32: Margin by which the last-place Indians have been outscored in the eighth inning this year. 364-357: Margin by which the Indians have outscored their opponents in all other innings. Enough said.

game seven

Monday, October 22nd, 2007

One sentence summaries of this game: There’s always next year. Way to pull it together for the middle innings, Westbrook. (It’s too bad he gets the loss and the guy who makes more money than the entire Cleveland roster gets the win.) At least I’ll have more time for school work in the next week […]

worst of times

Monday, August 13th, 2007

That’s pretty much all it is right now, from the perspective of an Indians fan. We saw Cleveland lose to the Yankees on Friday… it’s hard to score when you strike out 11 times and only get four hits. Then the next day they lost again 11-2. And last night, in a marvelous attempt to […]

here we go again…

Thursday, April 19th, 2007

I’m “watching” the espn.com scoreboard to see how today’s Indians-Yankees game will finish. The Tribe’s currently up by three (score: 5-2) with two outs in the bottom of the ninth. Borowski (“closer”) is pitching, but don’t worry – it’s not a save situation, because he gave up a homer earlier in this inning. But the […]

disgusted

Saturday, August 5th, 2006

Last night, I saw (on Detroit television, thanks to the annual Aukerman family reunion, which was held north of Fort Wayne this year) the Indians blow the remainder of a five run lead to the Tigers. With two on and nobody out in the bottom of the eighth (Tigers batting), and with the Indians up […]

utter disappointment

Saturday, July 1st, 2006

So my parents, Randy, Carrie, Tara, and I all went down to Cincinnati to watch the Reds/Indians game last night. After a five-run top of the first inning for the Tribe, my dad and I were feeling pretty good about things. Starter Paul Byrd pitched six innings of shutout baseball, and the lead was pushed […]

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