Monday, 02 October 2017 17:26

AUDIO Indians Primed For ALDS

Cleveland Indians beat writer Paul Hoynes from Cleveland.com and the Cleveland Plain Dealer spoke with Sam Bourquin and Brad Russell to discuss the ALDS Thursday.

 

The Tribe will play the winner of the Yankees/Twins Wild Card Game on Tuesday. 

 

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Longtime Cleveland Indians beat writer Paul Hoynes spoke with Sam and Brad Monday to talk about the Indians as they prepare for the Colorado Rockies in a quick two-game set.

  

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Thursday, 29 June 2017 18:19

AUDIO Tribe Takes Series From Rangers

Longtime Indians beat writer Paul Hoynes joined the Sam and Brad Show on Thursday to discuss the Indians as they took 3 out of 4 from the Rangers.

 

The full interview can be heard here.  The Tribe travels to Detroit this weekend.

 

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Paul Hoynes from Cleveland.com and the Cleveland Plain Dealer joined Sam and Brad to talk about the Indians as they prepare to face the Dodgers on Tuesday.

He says the team is starting to play better after a rough patch against the Rockies and the Kansas City Royals.

 

For the full interview with Hoynsie, click here.

 

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Longtime Indians beat writer Paul Hoynes joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about the Indians as they prepare to face Houston in a three-game series in Texas.

Bradley Zimmer had a good day at the plate in the Tribe's loss to Tampa Bay this afternoon and Edwin Encarnacion has been up and down so far in the young season. Paul talked about it with the fellas Wednesday.

 

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The money is flying around Major League Baseball, and some big-named players are changing zip codes. But will the Indians make any moves? Do they need to?

Paul Hoynes, the long-time Tribe beat writer for the Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about what the team is, or isn’t, doing at the MLB Winter Meetings. Hoynsie believes Cleveland’s top priorities are getting that middle-of-the-order bat and adding to the outfield depth.

Reports are the Indians have inquired about Toronto sluggers Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion, but it’s more realistic that the Tribe could re-sign Mike Napoli.

According to Hoynes, the Indians are a peculiar position as far as the outfield goes. The team will measure the progress of Michael Brantley’s shoulder, and will most likely play the waiting game with Bradley Zimmer.

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Tuesday, 08 November 2016 18:02

AUDIO Paul Hoynes Discusses Indians Offseason

Indians beat writer Paul Hoynes from the Cleveland Plain Dealer spoke with Sam Bourquin Tuesday to discuss some of the Cleveland Indians' moves and potential moves with 100 days left until spring training in Arizona.

 

For the full interview click here.

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The Cleveland Indians are heading to the Fall Classic.  They now await the winner of the Chicago Cubs and the LA Dodgers and will play the winner of that series on Tuesday,

Indians beat writer Paul Hoynes discussed the ALCS and previewed the Tribe with Brad Russell.

 

For the full interview, click here.

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The Cleveland Indians have made a couple of moves in order to make a post season push and they almost acquired one of the game's better catchers in Jonathan Lucroy.

Paul Hoynes from the Cleveland Plain Dealer joined Brad Russell to talk about the deal for Andrew Miller to help bolster the bullpen.

Hoynes said the Miller deal was a great signing by the Tribe.

"This is a guy who can close, he can set up, this is the piece they were missing in the bullpen, and it's the perfect fit right now," he said. 

 

Hoynes also touched on the Jonathan Lucroy deal-that-wasn't and why that didn't go through as planned. You can catch the rest of Paul's interview here, and you can catch the Tribe and Twins on 1590 WAKR. 

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