Ever wanted to run for office but was worried about all of the responsibilities that would be involved? Worrying about budgets, constituents, and the possibility of winding up in jail is a lot to deal with. Well, you’re in luck. The Indians are holding an election that will contain all of the pomp and circumstance of running for public office, but lack the ulcer causing stresses of politics. You see, the Indians are looking for the first governor of “Brohio” and that’s where we lead off with today’s Clevelinks.
- As mentioned, the Indians are looking for the Governor of Brohio. For the full details on how you can get in the running for this truly prestigious position, click here.
- In case you haven’t heard, it’s being reported by virtually every major news outlet that the Indians are making the Block C their new primary logo. That mean Chief Wahoo, the long time logo and mascot for the team is being transitioned to secondary status and probably eventually phased out all together. Both Paul Lukas and Chris Creamer have reported this which means is pretty much a fact, no matter what the Indians say.
- As expected, the Indians issued a statement regarding the rumored logo swap. They have come out and said they are proceeding as normal and that there are no plans to phase out the use of Chief Wahoo. Who do you believe? Let us know @WahoosonFirst.
Wahoos on First Links:
- Evan Vogel weighs in on the unfixable problem that is voting for the Baseball Hall of Fame.
- Steve Kinsella explains the move of Carlos Santana to third base and how to minimalize it’s impact.
- Brian Heise give the arguments for and against keeping Asdrubal Cabrera for all of 2014 and beyond.
- Michael Chaney explains how Paul Maholm could be the answer to the Indians holes in their starting rotation.
- Let’s Go Tribe recounts the experience of sitting in the Brohip section at Progressive Field this past season.
- Susan Petrone of It’s Pronounced Lajaway explains one thing Manny Acta did better than Terry Francona with the Indians.
- Did the Tribe Win Last Night catches up with El Presidente, Dennis Martinez. Check it out here.