The Cleveland Indians are streaking right now. Last week, the Tribe won five of six games, and Zach Walters hit yet another go-ahead home run. Tonight the Tribe will go for the sweep against the Kansas City Royals. Let’s look back on the top stories in the Indians Blog-o-sphere. Here’s this week’s batch of Clevelinks:
Wahoo’s on First Highlights:
Wahoo’s on the Mic returns and discusses young guns, waivers, and our crazy world. Merritt Rohlfing and Nick Houghtaling are your tour guides in the weird world of Indians baseball.
With the Indians approaching a stretch in which they play 30 games in 30 days, Matt Bretz asks, “should the Cleveland Indians use a six-man rotation?”
As the Indians approached a crucial series with the Kansas City Royals, ESPN’s Buster Olney sat down with Wahoo’s on First’s own Ed Carroll. Listen in as they discuss both the series and each team’s playoff hopes.
Wahoo’s on First gained another new writer. Read Stephen Adams’s first post, analyzing the Indians recently promoted first round pick, Bradley Zimmer. Zimmer was promoted to the class A Lake County Captains a day after Stephen’s post.
With the September roster expansion tomorrow, Laurel Wilder explains roster expansion will give the Tribe a chance to find missing pieces.
After trading Justin Masterson and Asdrubal Cabrera at the trade deadline, many baseball fans thought that the Indians were tossing in the towel. However, the Indians are still contending. Bob Toth said the Indians committed addition by subtraction.
Craig Lyndall celebrates the return of a cherished WFNY hashtag: #BlameBranyan