May 7, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Indians second baseman Mike Aviles (front right) celebrates his game-winning single with first baseman Nick Swisher (left) after a 4-3 win over the Minnesota Twins at Progressive Field. Mandatory Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

What's on Second (Clevelinks 6/28):

In case you missed it, here are some recent postings about the Cleveland Indians from around the Al Gore invented internet:

Did the Tribe Win Last Night

Vince Guerrieri took a look at Indians history with a piece about how the club nearly landed in Seattle in the 1960’s and what took place to keep the Tribe in Cleveland.

Laurel Wilder profiled left-handed pitching prospect Luis Lugo and his experiences as a player in the Cleveland Indians’ system.

Indians Baseball Insider

John Grimm has Second Thoughts about Friday night’s loss in Seattle, while focusing on Trevor Bauer and flyball risks and BABIP.

Andrew Zajac provides Storylines that focus on Justin Masterson and several other items from around all of MLB.

It’s Pronounced Lajaway

Stephanie Liscio details her experience from last Saturday at Progressive Field for Omar Vizquel’s Hall of Fame induction, while mentioning some things you need to know about the stadium’s policies for future visits.

The site offers a podcast, just like our Wahoo’s on the Mic (available on iTunes), and the world, and your ears, can always use more podcasts, especially Indians and baseball related.

Burning River Baseball

Joseph Coblitz provides a review of some baseball literature by detailing Mike Sowell’s 1989 piece called “The Pitch That Killed” about Ray Chapman.

Coblitz also detailed the recent lawsuit brought against the Cleveland Indians for the use of the Chief Wahoo logo.

Wahoo’s On First

And just in case you missed our own material or want to re-read some great stuff:

Our Halfway Home series is providing a midseason review of the AL Central. Check out the reviews of the Chicago White Sox (by Ed Carroll), Minnesota Twins, and Kansas City Royals to see how the 2014 season has gone and could continue to go.

Ed Carroll questioned whether the Indians could pursue David Price at the trade deadline.

Michael Chaney looks at a former another former Indian, this time Russ Canzler, in our Days of Futures Past series.

Steve Kinsella takes a look at the minors with an update on Zach McAllister, among others.

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