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Tribe Time Now All-Star Round Table: The Bourn Trajectory

Joe Coblitz (@stephanieliscio) of It’s Pronounced “Lajaway”, Hayden Grove (@JimPeteEHC) of Everybody Hates Cleveland, and Mike Brandyberry (@RThompAK13) of More Than a Fan: Cleveland  are together again for the mid-season round table of Tribe Time Now. In this edition, the crew discusses the All-Star Game, The Home Run Derby, the first half in review, potential […]

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Weekend Update 7/5: Almost Perfect

Joe Coblitz (@CMB1979) from It’s Pronounced Lajaway discuss the most recent week in Indians baseball and you know what that means, pitching, pitching, pitching. In addition to pitching, there will be no hitting and a discussion on the new direction the Tigers are taking without Miguel Cabrera. Also without Cabrera, they discuss how the American […]

CLEVELAND, OH -  JUNE 24: Carlos Santana #41 of the Cleveland Indians hits a two RBI double during the third inning against the Detroit Tigers at Progressive Field on June 24, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Change You Can’t Count On: Why Ty Van Burkleo Should Not Be A Scapegoat

Yesterday, Joseph Coblitz gave his argument for the firing of Indians hitting coach Ty Van Burkleo. In interest of fairness, today Mike Melaragno brings you his take on why he shouldn’t be let go. The recent offensive struggles from the Indians have the media, fans, national pundits and writers on this website wondering whether change […]

GOODYEAR, AZ - FEBRUARY 19:   Ty Van Burkleo #29 of the Cleveland Indians poses during MLB photo day at the Goodyear Ballpark on February 19, 2013 in Goodyear, Arizona. (Photo by Rich Pilling/Getty Images)

Breaking Up the Gang: Why Ty Van Burkleo Should be Removed

Personally, I have never been on to reach for a scape goat or ask for the head of a coach of any kind. In general, the players on the field are responsible for their own actions and when some coaches in recent Indians history have been let go, I have thought it was too early […]

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Tribe Time Now Weekend Update: Can’t Score? Run More!

Joe Coblitz (@TheBobToth) from Did The Tribe Win Last Night? got together on a Sunday afternoon to solve all the Indians problems and failed miserably. Of the things they were unable to do becoming more aggressive on the base paths, firing the hitting coach and trading Carlos Santana are included. At least they were able […]

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Weekend Update 6/22: The Will To Win

In order to get an outside perspective on the Indians offensive struggles, Joe (@TWTWSports) for the Weekend Update. The truth may hurt, but it needed to be said. Among the various topics covered in this very special episode were the Indians leader in TWTW (The Will to Win), why Carlos Santana doesn’t have it, what […]

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Minor League Report #5: ‘Tis The Season For Promotions

For this installment of the Minor League Report, Danny Madden (@Danny_Madden) of DidTheTribeWinLastNight.com and Jake Dungan (@MajorLeagueJake) of IndiansBaseballInsider.com joined me to discuss Francisco Lindor and Giovanny Urshela‘s potential impact on the Indians the remainder of the season. We also discuss which Lynchburg Hillcats should be making the jump to Akron and whether Erik Gonzalez […]

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Tribe Time Now Ep. 17: Going Deep in the Draft

Joe Coblitz (@RThompAK13) of More Than A Fan: Cleveland for the 17th Tribe Time Now Podcast! Joe and Ryan talk about Jason Kipnis’ AL Player of the Month honors in May, The All-Star Game and it’s archaic voting process, the weirdness and economics of the MLB draft, the upcoming series against Baltimore, and a short segment about the […]

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Weekend Update 5/31: Not Every Prospect Can Be the Next Andy Marte

I am joined this week by Mike Hattery (@CodySlaybaugh) from ESPN 970 on a nice Sunday afternoon to discuss the current winninger ways of the Tribe. In addition to the recent semi-positivity, they cover how the Indians should handle some less than favorable positions in dealing with Jose Ramirez and Michael Bourn and later discuss how […]

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