Happy Sunday, everyone!
Indians 1, Tigers 2
When I get the flu, I try to move as little as possible and sleep as much as possible. When Mike Clevinger gets the flu, he pitches five strong innings against a major league baseball team.
The outfield situation for the Cleveland Indians was dire at best, and that was before the Tyler Naquin injury. Now, it seems that the front office will absolutely need to make a move before the deadline.
Sheldon Ocker covered the Indians for 33 years, and now he is honored at the Hall of Fame next to Jim Thome.
Cody Allen is notorious for being someone who will do whatever his team needs in order to get the win, and that hasn’t changed with the additions of Brad Hand and Adam Cimber.
Jim Thome will be forever enshrined in Cooperstown later today, and he’s enjoying every moment of it.
Don Wengert is still haunted to this day by the ferocious power that was Jim Thome.