If you are looking for some extra Tribe content over the next few days, have no fear, the All-Star break edition of What’s on Second is here. Below is some exciting Indians’ content that you may have missed over the last week.
Try not to be tempted by this site’s LeBron coverage…I dare you.
But if you are looking for Cleveland Indians content, Greg Popelka discusses the yesteryear and the 1974 clash between Frank Robinson and Gaylord Perry.
Also, if you want to relive the debut of catcher Roberto Perez, see WFNY’s recap here.
All-Star coverage is not complete without looking at snubs. Joseph Coblitz breaks down whether additional Indians should have been invited to Target field in Cleveland Indians All-Star Snubs, or Are They?
Coblitz also inked Michael Brantley, More Than an All-Star, a must read going into the All-Star break.
Also, poor Vinnie Pestano…What Have You Done For Me Lately: The Vinnie Pestano Edition.
The guys at IPL are getting an upgrade, and although the site may look disorganized during the Break, old content is still accessible. If you want to read more about their construction, see Ryan McCrystal’s post here.
Adam Hintz gives his take on game 94. Check his recap: Indians Offense Snoozes, Bauer Cruises, Yanimal Saves the Day.
Mike Brandyberry has a lead story about the All-Star week. Check it out here: All-Star Week Should Promote America’s Pastime Around Country
Bob Toth takes a moment to discuss his take on Cleveland Indians’ Top All-Star Performances.
Wahoo’s on First
Do you remember Rafael Perez? Check out Michael Chaney’s piece on the former Tribe reliever in the latest edition of Indians Days of Future Past.
The Tribe’s acquisition of Nick Maronde from the Angels was slightly under the radar, but not to Wahoo’s on First. Read Michael Chaney’s trade recap here.
#MattLaPizza – Steve Kinsella talks about Matt LaPorta’s new business venture.
And, finally, LeBron. Here is how the Tribe reacted to the King’s homecoming: LeBron Returns – The Indians React
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