The postmortems have started. Let us speak as well as we can of the past. I suggest that you start with the LGT Postmortem Roundtable.
Other Indians News
Here’s how injuries impacted the Cleveland Indians in 2019 and what each one means for 2020 - cleveland.com - The Indians lost 1,085 player games to injury in 2019. Here's what each one means for the team in 2020.
Jake Bauers must buy in with the Cleveland Indians to find success in 2020 - cleveland.com - The Indians had a long talk with their young outfielder/first baseman this week heading into the offseason.
Indians offseason FAQ: Who's in, out for 2020 - With postseason moves on the horizon, here’s everything you need to know in order to begin preparing for 2020.
Around the League
- Atlanta 3 - St. Louis 0 - Series tied 1-1
- Washington 4 - LA 2 - Series tied 1-1
- Houston wins Game 1 behind Verlander
- NY defeat Minnesota in post-season for the 11th straight time
- Your Minnesota Game 2 starter - Randy Dobnak
- Ryam Heisey calls out tomahawk chop as “disrespectful.”
- Joe Girardi on Cubs manager interview list
- Jake Odorizzi discusses improved velocity
And while we are doing postmortems, have a thought for Sports Illustrated, which reportedly is firing half of its newsroom before reportedly handing over control to TheMaven, a digital content network. I am 54 years old, old enough to remember when SI had the best sports writers on the planet and was loaded with color pictures in the days when daily papers were black and white.
So long, SI. Even if this takeover doesn’t kill you, it will never be the same. But, we’ll always have Indians Uprising.