Terry Pluto, sport columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about the Indians' loss at the hands of the Yankees.
He also discussed the players who are free agents including Jay Bruce and Carlos Santana, and if they would be in an Indians uniform next spring.
Terry Pluto from the Cleveland Plain Dealer spoke with Sam and Brad Wednesday afternoon to talk Indians as they lost to the Padres last night 1-0 despite a great pitching performance from Corey Kluber.
Pluto also discussed the Cavaliers' ongoing search for a GM.
The full interview can be heard right here.
Terry Pluto from Cleveland.com and Cleveland Plain Dealer joined Sam and Brad live on site to join the guys ahead of Game #3 of the NBA Finals at the Q.
Sports Columnist Terry Pluto from Cleveland.com and the Cleveland Plain Dealer spoke with Sam Bourquin and Jay Brophy Monday to recap the Cavaliers' sweep over the Pacers in Indianapolis.
For the full interview with Terry, Sam, and Jay, click here.
Terry Pluto from the Cleveland Plain Dealer joined the Sam and Brad Show Monday to discuss the Cleveland Cavaliers as they have limped down the stretch, losing to the Atlanta Hawks Sunday in overtime.
The Cavs take on the Miami Heat tonight, minus the Big Three of LeBron James, Kevin Love, and Kyrie Irving, who will be resting for this game.
Terry stuck around to talk about the Indians as they get ready for the home opener Tuesday against the Chicago White Sox. Sam, Jasen, and Brad will be broadcasting live from Progressive Field beginning at 10am.
Sports columnist Terry Pluto of the Cleveland Plain Dealer spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about some of the experimental extra inning rules as it relates to baseball.
For the full interview, click here.
Terry Pluto's new book The Comeback: LeBron, the Cavs, and Cleveland is on bookstore shelves now. It chronicles the departure and return of LeBron James and the run to the 2016 NBA championship. Pluto joined Jasen to talk about the book and some of the lesser-known stories about the Cavaliers.
Terry Pluto, longtime sports reporter and columnist joined Sam Bourquin in the studio and talked about his new book, The Comeback: LeBron, The Cavs, and Cleveland.
For the extended version of the interview, click below. For more information on Terry and his book, visit here.
Terry Pluto is an award-winning sportswriter and columnist with the Plain Dealer, and is known across the region for his thoughts and analysis of the Browns, Cavaliers, and Indians. But what may not widely known is his work with prison inmates and addicts in their paths to recovery. Pluto joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss his experience in dealing with struggling or recovering addicts, specifically heroin. In the decades he has been meeting with these victims, Pluto has seen the growth of heroin in these communities, no matter the racial or socioeconomic background. He believes heroin is deadlier than crack cocaine.
The Cavaliers are looking to even the NBA Finals tonight at the Quicken Loans Arena against the Golden State Warriors with the same formula that notched them a 30-point win in Game 3 Wednesday.
Terry Pluto stopped by the Sam Bourquin Show on a "Feel Good Friday" to weigh in on the importance of tonight's game at home.
"You certainly don't want to go to Golden State down 3-1," Pluto says.
Game 4 can be heard on 1590 WAKR with coverage beginning at 8:30.
It's finally here. The rematch is set as LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers take on the Golden State Warriors, led by Stephen Curry.
Terry Pluto from Cleveland.com joined the Sam Bourquin Show to talk about the game and weigh in on what the Wine and Gold is looking to do in the series in order to capture an NBA title.
"I talked to Steve Kerr yesterday and he told me these Cavaliers are a completely different team than last year," Pluto said. He also it was the coaching change from David Blatt to Tyronn Lue, and the contrast in coaching styles there.
Over in the Bay Area, Vern Glenn from KPIX out west, says that excitement in Dub Nation is at a fever pitch and the vibe from the Warriors team is focused and determined.
"They (Golden State) are acutely aware that the Cavaliers are at full strength," Glenn said.