In case you missed it, here are some recent postings about the Cleveland Indians from around the blogosphere:
Steve Eby’s most recent The Glass is Half Something, his random thoughts from the month of June.
Also check out the piece by Mike Brandyberry about the Tribe’s previous Arizona spring training home, Hi Corbett Field.
After seeing Tony Gwynn Jr. receive a standing ovation last night during his first game back since his father’s passing, I was reminded of last week’s Tribe Tidbits by Ryan McCrystal.
Ryan also had an interesting piece on Jack Brohamer and the Trade Tree that resulted in Omar Vizquel becoming an Indian.
Mike Melaragno wrote last week about the emergence of Kyle Crockett and the eventual ousting of Josh Outman.
Here is a link to the sites most recent podcast, Burning River Radio 2.20, posted by Joseph Coblitz.
TD Dery helps us, unfortunately, relive the Tigers sweep and talks about what went wrong.
On the heels of the Omar Vizquel Hall of Fame weekend, Greg Popelka wrote about Omar’s teammate Albert Belle and the Albert Belle Bat Caper.
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Evan Vogel highlights Francisco Lindor’s trip to the All-Star Futures Game.
On the topic of prospects, Ed Carroll discusses Mejia’s Challenge in Mahoning Valley.
And one more prospect post: Salazar Struggles Against Batman Clad Iron Pigs, by Steve Kinsella.
Kyle Downing and several of our contributors discuss whether Vizquel is Cooperstown worthy in our most recent Yo Bro/No Bro.
Speaking of Omar, check out my article on Omar Vizquel’s importance to Cleveland.
And our most recent podcast by Merritt Rohlfing and others, Wahoo’s on the Mic 50.