Former Indians pitcher and Sports Time Ohio Indians analyst Jensen Lewis spoke with Brad Russell on Monday to talk about the Tribe's sweep over the Minnesota Twins over the weekend.
The Indians will head to Camden Yards to face the Baltimore Orioles for the next four games.
Sports Time Ohio in-game reporter for the Cleveland Indians Andre Knott spoke with Sam Bourquin on a Friday afternoon to talk about the Indians as they head into their series with Detroit.
They lost to the Chicago White Sox 10-4 last night at Progressive Field, and the team's had it's struggles as of late, but it's too early to worry, says Andre.
The full interview can be heard here.
Al Pawlowski, host of Indians Live on SportsTime Ohio joined Sam and Brad Tuesday to discuss the Cleveland Indians' win over the Rangers on Opening Day.
For the full interview, click here.
Al Pawlowski, the host of Indians Live spoke with Sam Bourquin Monday ahead of Game #6 of the World Series between the Cubs and Indians.
For the full interview with Sam and Al, click here.
The Indians' miscues in addition to the pitching of Nationals' ace Stephen Strasburg spelled doom for them as the fell at the hands of the Nats this afternoon at the corner of Carneige and Ontario.
Sports Time Ohio baseball analyst and former Tribe pitcher Jensen Lewis joined Brad Russell to talk about how the Indians have been struggling as of late and what they need to do in order to make a deep October run.
"They beat themselves a little bit (today), and that's been the theme here for the past week or so," Lewis said. "That's not the crisp baseball that Tito Francona has been talking about."
The Tribe had a couple of errors that cost starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco some runs, and three errors were made in last night's game, and despite the win last night, they have to clean up a couple of things.
Jensen seems to think the Indians are going to strike while the iron's hot as far as adding a piece with the trade deadline looming, and trying to maintain that first place lead in the AL Central.
The Cleveland Indians are looking to bounce back after a 7-3 loss to the defending World Champion Kansas City Royals Monday night at Kaufmann Stadium.
Matt Underwood, Indians play-by-play television announcer for SportsTime Ohio joined the Sam Bourquin Show to talk about the Tribe and what they are going to look to do against KC tonight.
Underwood says the Indians need a power arm right now and that GM Chris Antonetti isn't sitting on his hands right now.
"I think the Indians are understanding of where they are right now, they're in first place, and I think they need to make a move, he said.
The Indians and Royals will play at 8:15pm tonight Pregame starts at 7:37 on 1590 WAKR.
For Matt's full interview, click here.