The Cleveland Indians have won 15 straight games and they are looking to keep it going against the Baltimore Orioles this weekend.
Tribe Broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus spoke with Sam and Brad on a "Feel Good Friday" to talk about our Tribe and what's made the winning happen.
Tribe broacaster Jim Rosenhaus spoke with Sam Bourquin Tuesday to talk about the winter meetings and who the Indians might have their eye on.
For the full interview, click here.
The Cleveland Indians and the Chicago Cubs are getting ready for Game #6 of the Fall Classic. The Tribe is looking for their first World Series crown since 1948.
Jim Rosenhaus, Tribe broadcaster on the Indians Radio Network spoke with Sam Bourquin and Brad Russell live on site ahead of the matchup.
For the full interview click here.
Jim Rosenhaus, Cleveland Indians broadcaster spoke with Sammy B on a Victory Thursday to talk about the Indians defeating of the Toronto Blue Jays and awaiting their World Series opponent on Tuesday, October 25.
After last night's win in Detroit, the Cleveland Indians are 2016 AL Central Division Champions, and the Tribe is making a postseason push behind their strong pitching and opportunistic hitting.
Tribe broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus spoke with Sam Bourquin Tuesday to talk about last night's win, the celebration, and what they will do as they make their push for the postseason.
For the full interview with Rosey, click here.
The Cleveland Indians and Washington Nationals will be squaring off at the corner of Carniege and Ontario tonight in what is going to be an exceptional pitching matchup between Danny Salazar and Gio Gonzalez.
Tribe broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus joined the Sam Bourquin Show to talk about the two clubs and what the offense needs to do to get back on track.
"We need to see what we can do against quality starting pitching," Rosenahaus said.
The Tribe was swept by the Orioles over the weekend, and after the off day, they are ready to roll with some home cooking.
Tomorrow's matchup pits Carlos Carrasco against Steven Strasburg Wednesday afternoon. First Pitch tonight at 7:10pm with a 6:37 first pitch on 1590 WAKR.
For Jim's full interview with Sam, click here.
The Indians are heading into the All-Star game in first place in the AL central and when the Tribe are rolling, fans are excited ,and they hope that excitement continues as the Tribe takes on the Yankees tonight at Progressive Field.
Tribe broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus joined Brad Russell and Aaron Coleman at Progressive Field Thursday to talk about the team's chemistry and how they've been taking care of business in the first half of the season.
He says one of the pleasant surprises of the season has been Jose Ramirez, who's done everything the team has asked of him, and easing the pain of not having Michael Brantley in the lineup for quite a few games.
The Indians are 51-33 on the season, including a 14 game winning streak, the best in team history.
The Tribe and the Yankees will play at 7:10 with the first pitch on 1590 WAKR.
The Major League Baseball Winter Meetings are in full swing and some teams are wheeling and dealing, and the Cleveland Indians might be in the process of making some deals themselves.
Tribe broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus joined the Sam Bourquin Show to talk about the annual meetings in Nashville and some of the goings-on there.
One of the major pieces for the Indians when it comes to any sort of deal is what it's going to cost them and what quality starting pitcher they might need to give up in order to get a quality bat in the lineup.
Some of those rumors include the Cincinnati Reds unloading third baseman Todd Frazier, whom both Sam and Jim think would be a key addition if that were to happen.
With winter meetings and Spring Training just a little over 100 days away, the Cleveland Indians are looking to make some important strides into getting where they want to be.
Tribe broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus made an in-studio visit to the Sam Bourquin show to talk about what he feels will get the Indians over the hump.
When asked about how the young kids who came up towards the end of the season, Rosey said they played inspired baseball and finished strong.
"It gives you some hope for next season," Rosenhaus said. "Sometimes it's how you finish a season that doesn't start out as promising and how you battle to finish it out."
The Indians finished the season 81-80 without making the postseason, a disappointment no doubt, but a building block for future development and growth.
Many people say that when the team unloaded veteran players like Nick Swisher and Michael Bourn, and brought up youngsters like Fransisco Lindor, Abraham Almonte, and Giovanni Urshela, they meshed well with leaders like Michael Brantley and Jason Kipnis.
"I think it wasn't until those players (Bourn and Swisher) left that guys like Michael Brantley and Jason Kipnis took ownership of the team and said 'This is our club,' and they were encouraged to do so by Chris Antonetti and Terry Francona, so that made a big difference," said Jim Rosenhaus.