Indians Live host Al Pawlowski spoke with Sam and Brad Tuesday ahead of a critical Game #5 against New York tomorrow at Progressive Field.
Ahead of the ALDS Game #1, first base coach and former Tribe great Sandy Alomar Jr talked about throwing out the first pitch tonight.
He also talked about he and the club being thankful for another opportunity to be in the postseason.
"It means a lot to us," Sandy explained. "I'm very proud of this team."
Thanks to a third inning power surge, the Cleveland Indians started off the 2016 ALDS with a bang as they defeated the Boston Red Sox 5-4 Thursday night in the 216.
It's finally here. The wait is over and the Cleveland Indians and their fans are ready to "Rally Together " at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario for the ALDS.
First pitch set for 8:08pm on 1590 WAKR.
The ALDS is just one day away, and one of their most popular players from those memorable mid-90's teams joined the show today to talk about the current club as they prepare to face the Sox at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario.
Sandy Alomar Jr. current first base coach of the Cleveland Indians joined Sam to talk about the psyche of the club, and starting pitcher for Game 1 Trevor Bauer.
For the full interview with Sandy and Sam click here.
The Cleveland Indians are ready to take on the Boston Red Sox in the ALDS Thursday from Progressive Field.
One of the gentlemen who will be there is STO in game reporter Andre Knott, who joined the Sam Bourquin Show Tuesday.
Knott said there's a chemistry with this club and they are firmly behind manager Terry Francona and what he's been teaching and implementing.
Trevor Bauer will take the hill for the Indians on Thursday. For the full interview with Andre, click here.
The Cleveland Indians have overcome injuries, obstacles, and numerous other items to have home-field advantage in the ALDS.
Matt Loede from NEOSports Insiders joined the Sam Bourquin Show Monday to talk about the Indians as they prepare to face the Sox starting Thursday at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario.