Fireworks light the night sky over Progressive Field. Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

What's on Second (Clevelinks 7/6/14)

With the extra long holiday weekend, here is a short list of some great Tribe content you may have missed:

Did the Tribe Win Last Night?

Bob Toth writes about the increasing crowds ringing the turnstyle at Progressive Field.

DTTWLN contributor Vince Guerrieri continues a countdown of the Top 20 moments in Jacobs Field history with a story on Dave Winfield‘s Tribe homerun.

It’s Pronounced “Lajaway”

July 5, 1947 was Larry Doby‘s first day of professional ball, and Stephanie Liscio discusses The Almost Forgotten Anniversary.

Approaching the All Star Break and the Trade Deadline, there is a ton of debate on whether the Tribe will make a playoff push.  Alex Kaufman makes his performance evaluation using video games.

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Burning River Baseball

Joseph Coblitz has a pair of articles that will definitely interest Tribe fans.  On July 2, Coblitz debates which Tribe players deserve to be All-Stars.  In a second article, he highlights an all-time Indian that may not be well known to today’s generation: Johnny Burnett.

Waiting for Next Year

The lucky guys at WFNY had the privilege to take in the historic Dodger Stadium.  TD Dery talks about his experience.

Also, make sure you check out Greg Popelka’s piece on Pat Tabler before checking back in here at Wahoo’s on First.

Wahoo’s On First

The International Signing Period began earlier this week.  Check out Matt Bretz’s breakdown on this important, team altering time of the season.

With the Trade Deadline nearly upon us, Ed Carroll talks about one of the trades that tugged all of our heartstrings: Baerga and Espinoza for Vizcaino and Kent.  Make sure you read Trading Our Hearts: The Carlos Baerga Trade.

Taking stock of our farm system, Evan Vogel chronicles Ryan Merritt‘s success, Matt Bretz breaks down Mike Papi’s signing, and Michael Chaney writes about Travis Banwart‘s South Korea vision..

Kyle Downing contributes a piece about the Indian’s youth and the bright future in Cleveland.

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