The Cleveland Indians have two games left in the 2014 season which was disappointing overall as they failed to make the playoffs like they did one year ago but showed signs of optimism as the team looks headed in the right direction in the future.
While the Cleveland Indians were officially eliminated in the American League playoffs last night there was still a reason to smile if you are a fan of the Tribe. Corey Kluber put his final touches on his 2014 season that likely will put him over the edge in the Cy Young Award chase.
The Cleveland Indians will likely be on the outside looking in when the Major League Baseball Playoffs start next week. Here is the scenario the team needs to happen to squeak in after losing 2 out 4 against division rival Kansas City this week.
What does a Major League Baseball team do after it disappoints a city by not making the playoffs? If you are the Cleveland Indians, you whore out your Facebook page to promote a concert during the time you were suppose to have the city at your beck and call.
Published by Julie Kent on August 9, 2014 - 9:08pm
Earlier this week, Forbes released its annual list of "America's Most Miserable Sports Cities". Topping the list was Atlanta, but of course Cleveland's championship drought got it on the list at No. 3.
Topps announced in January that they'd be producing special, oversized baseball cards to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the movie "Major League". Now, the cards are finally available for purchase.