Josh Poloha, Mike Hattery and Craig Lyndall are talking about what it's like to buy tickets to all the Cleveland sports teams. Should you ever buy season tickets? What's the best ticket in town?
Craig Lyndall, Mike Hattery and Josh Poloha got together to talk Tribe and 2017 MLB playoffs. Well actually, Hattery talked a lot and Craig and Josh asked a lot of questions.
Craig Lyndall, Josh Poloha and Mike Hattery are talking Cleveland Browns. Hattery had all the questions and Josh and Craig pretended to have all the answers.
Andrew and Craig are discussing Kyrie Irving one more time... at least. This time we're talking about how soon training camp is coming and the possibility that Kyrie won't get traded before media day.
WFNY's Mike Hattery and Jim Pete really took a deep dive into Jay Bruce in this podcast, and if you weren't a fan before, we'll clear off a spot on the bandwagon.
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Andrew and Craig are back talking about Deshone Kizer and what his first preseason showing might actually mean. Or more importantly, they talk about what it might not mean.
The Waiting For Next Year podcast is back and Andrew and Craig are discussing Ezekiel Elliott's suspension. Normally this time of year, we'd be discussing the Browns and the Browns only, but with a high profile former Buckeye like Zeke in the news, it made sense to discuss.
With the Cleveland Indians currently rolling out a seven-game win streak, WFNY's Jim Pete and Mike Hattery dust off the EHC podcast, and dive into the why's of the streak, and how the next month could impact the Indians playoff run.
Doug Trattner is one of the most well-connected guys in the Cleveland food scene. He knows what's opening, where it's opening, and what used to be there. He's on top of trends that are tired and things that Cleveland needs to develop. Doug writes for Cleveland Scene and he's a great follow on Twitter.
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Jeff Nomina has started doing videos for our YouTube channel. He did a really funny one this week that was an exclusive interview with the Cavaliers current GM at the time. That one isn't here because it's kind of a visual, but you should check it out.
Additionally, he and Hattery had a conversation about the Indians and their prospect Francisco Mejia. Finally, Nom did some work on Kyrie Irving and his recent demand for a trade. After discussing the fan perspective, Nomina dove into some of the issues and opportunities with fulfilling Kyrie's trade request.
Ben Axelrod has a brand new gig with our friends at WKYC TV in Cleveland. He jumps on the WFNY podcast to discuss that as well as some current sports events.
Brian Spaeth joined me to discuss Spider-Man Homecoming. We discussed the wider Marvel universe and what this iteration of Spider-Man got right.
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Ray Flanagan (Facebook) is one of the most talented musicians in Cleveland. You wouldn't know it from talking to him because he comes off pretty reserved, but when he's on a stage playing guitar and singing, it's immediately obvious.
Ray recently signed on to do a monthly gig - a residency - at The Euclid Tavern, which is now owned by the fine people of Happy Dog fame. Ray will be playing the first Sunday of every month from August until the end of 2017 and maybe beyond.
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On this latest episode of the WFNY podcast we discuss Dan Gilbert once again, this time in the wake of Chauncey Billups deciding not to join the Cavaliers.
A week after Andrew and Craig worried about the departure of David Griffin, Craig is talking about the normalization of Cavaliers news. In this episode, Craig breaks down all the recent rumors and the likelihood that LeBron decides to stick around.