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Cleveland Indians Mount Rushmore: Jim Thome

Cleveland Indians Mount Rushmore

Daniel Corrigan| May 14th, 2020

The Cleveland Indians franchise has been around since 1894, where they were originally the Grand Rapids Rustlers, a minor league team in the Western League (which later became the American League.) They moved the team in 1900 to Cleveland where they became the Cleveland Lake Shores.

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The 1990s Cleveland Indians: The Worst Dynasty In Baseball

Daniel Corrigan | March 30th, 2020

When you think of teams dominating a single decade, you think multiple championships. The Steelers in the 70s, the Bulls in the 90s, the Yankees in, well every decade until the 70s.

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The Hall of Fame’s Identity Crisis

Robby Messer | July 29th, 2018

As the Hall of Fame gets ready to welcome its newest members, let’s not question if those players are worthy, but if the Hall of Fame is truly that. The Hall is going through an identity crisis. But more on that in a moment. This weekend will be about new inductees Jack Morris, Alan Trammell, Vlad Guerrero, Jim Thome, Chipper Jones, and Trevor Hoffman, all of whom deserve to be in the Hall of Fame, not just because of their accomplishments, but for the way they played and respected the game.

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