Sam and Brad spoke with STO's Jensen Lewis and Ross Benjamin from RBWins.com on the Thursday edition of the Sam and Brad Show Podcast!
Jensen Lewis, fomer Tribe pitcher and current host on Indians Live on Sports Time Ohio, spoke with Sam and Brad to talk Tribe on 1590 WAKR.
The Indians will be taking on the Minnesota Twins in Puerto Rico starting Tuesday for a quick-two game series.
Jensen Lewis, former Tribe pitcher and and Sports Time Ohio and Fox Sports Ohio personality spoke with Sam and Brad Tuesday to talk about the surging Cleveland Indians.
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.
For the first time in nine years, Cleveland will have Division Series Baseball. Jensen Lewis of SportsTime Ohio and Peter Abraham of The Boston Globe joined Jasen to preview the American League Division Series matchup between the Indians and the Boston Red Sox.
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.