Cavs, Indians fans will pay more to park at Gateway garage | cleveland.com - Starting Jan. 1, the city will charge $15 to park at Gateway during Indians games and $20 to park during Cavs games. The fee changes were authorized in legislation passed in April.
Understanding Cleveland Sports Fan Anatomy: Conducting a Qualitative Indians Fan Study | Everybody Hates Cleveland - "I think there is a misnomer about the Indians. Not the type of misnomer you are thinking of. They have an image problem with a good majority of their own fan base and the sad part in all of it is that there is not a damn thing that they can do about it."
How many left-handed pitchers will Cleveland indians face in 2016? Hey, Hoynsie | cleveland.com - Hey, Hoynsie! answers the burning questions. His answer to the fan who asks about Santana at third base is both insightful and economical.
Looking ahead at the top Cleveland Indians storylines for 2016 | cleveland.com - What will the new year bring the Tribe? A better record than 81-80, perhaps? Let's examine the top storylines as the Indians enter the new year.
Akron Ohio News - Canal Park undergoes field renovation - The Akron RubberDucks and the City of Akron partnered to give Canal Park a complete field renovation.
Scrappers hosting Fantasy Camp this summer - WFMJ.com News weather sports for Youngstown-Warren Ohio
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers will host a Fantasy Camp at Eastwood Field on Saturday, July 30th. The one-day camp will feature four Cleveland Indians' alumni, Joe Charboneau, Len Barker, Jensen Le...
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Los Angeles Dodgers sign left-hander Scott Kazmir to three-year deal - The Los Angeles Dodgers have signed veteran left-hander Scott Kazmir to a three-year deal, the team announced Wednesday. The deal is for $48 million.
Dodgers Give Iwakuma Money to Scott Kazmir | FanGraphs Baseball - But with a move like this, there generally isn’t all that much to be said in terms of player or team analysis. Kazmir is above-average. Occasionally great, occasionally awful.
Toronto Blue Jays president Mark Shapiro more concerned with winning than being well-liked: Post Sports’ People of 2015 | National Post - Shapiro’s arrival was fraught from the start. The narrative hardened like quick-setting concrete as the calendar flipped
Prospects poised to surge | MLB.com - Jim Callis picks some prospects to follow for 2016.