Jim Pete and Mike Hattery do gamer podcasts from time-to-time and they discussed the latest Tribe game against the Orioles. The Tribe lost 6-5, missing chances.
In this EMERGENCY PODCAST Andrew Schnitkey and Craig Lyndall discuss the Cavaliers removal of David Griffin from the Cavaliers' front office.
Commenter and friend of WFNY Harv joins the show once again to discuss all things Cleveland sports.
The Cavaliers are knocked out by the Warriors and we're trying to make sense of it all. Of course, we start with the fact that regardless of what happened this year, the Warriors blew a 3-1 lead. Nothing they can do will ever change that.
Ben Axelrod spends his days talking about the Ohio State Buckeyes at Landof10.com and on the Landof10 Podcast, but we're talking Cleveland Cavaliers mostly.
The guys are back after their Memorial Day Weekend bye week.
On this edition of the WFNY podcast, Craig discusses the Cavaliers' awful Game 1 of the 2017 NBA Finals. Plus, he talks a bit about the Browns signing Christian Kirksey.
Ken Carman makes his first appearance on the WFNY Podcast and boy was it a good one! Of course you know Ken Carman from the Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima on 92.3 the Fan, and hopefully you'll know him even better after this conversation.
On this week's Sunday Sermon we're talking Cavaliers, and loosely about the Browns among other topics. Enjoy another weekly free-flowing conversation with The Sunday Sermon.
It's been a slow week of podcasts, but it was all an accident. Craig talks about the week that wasn't before delving into the passing of Chris Cornell and the Cleveland Cavaliers' dominance in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Dan and Brennan kick off another episode of The Sunday Sermon with Dan forgetting it's Mother's Day. They discuss the possible promotion to AA for Tim Tebow, Jabril Peppers being on the "lean and molly" as well as Josh Gordon's denied reinstatement. Dan breaks down the predictable NBA playoffs and Brennan gives his NHL update.
Other topics include the Rangers stealing "Party At Napoli's", Lavar Ball crying for help, Rory McIlroy crying, health and fitness, and the guys tell stories of the worst things they've ever done to their mothers, as well as ponder how much longer they'll be allowed to podcast.
Stipe Miocic is defending his title in Dallas on Saturday against Junior Dos Santos. Jamie Meklemburg joins the podcast to discuss everything involving the fight.
Here's what else we discussed:
The Cleveland Indians have been scuffling winners over the first six weeks of the season. While their 18-14 record puts them atop the American League Central by a game over the Minnesota Twins, the team has yet to click for more than a game or two at a time. No, it's not a time to worry, but while we're waiting for this team to get healthy and put it all together, there are some interesting struggles emerging.
Sure, it's WAY too early to be talking about first place, and worries, with a roster as talented as this one, but it's still something to put in your back pocket, as the summer season grows closer.
Today, WFNY's Jim Pete and Mike Hattery dive into a few of these conversations, discussing the fantastic bullpen, the suddenly thin-ish rotation, and of course, how the Indians are handling Yandy Diaz, and what and how they're presenting his talent to the public.
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Andrew Zelman has been running Cleveland Scene Magazine for three-going-on-four years. We sat down and discussed what it's like to run a newspaper and media company in 2017. We also discussed a lot of Cleveland sports topics, which happens to be one of Andrew's biggest passions.
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The boys from EHC are doing some game recap podcasts to boost up the Tribe talk at WFNY. Here's their latest from the May 7, 2017 victory over the Royals.
The Cleveland Indians 1-0, one-hit victory over the Kansas City Royals gave the Indians another series victory, and left the Tribe 1 1/2 games ahead of the second-place Minnesota Twins in the A.L. Central. At 17-13, the Indians have still left a lot on the table, but while they aren't anywhere near their peak performance, you can see the type of trouble they are going to cause teams all year long.
Take this weekend series. The Indians were throwing their 3-4-6 starters at the Royals in Danny Salazar, Josh Tomlin, and Mike Clevinger, and were still able to take two out of three while only scoring five weekend runs against the struggling Royals.