What Time Is It?

Blogged under Uncategorized by tribetimenow on Tuesday 25 September 2007 at 3:37 pm

It’s TRIBE TIME!

Let us hope the fans of Cleveland Rise in Red this playoff season.  We have needed a battle cry for years.  Now we have one. It’s Tribe Time Now.

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I challenge Cleveland Fans to show their team pride by wearing their true RED, white and blue and shout it out loud.

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It’s Tribe Time Now!

The Cleveland Indians set-up crew has been outstanding out of the bullpen

Blogged under Bloglockers,Front Page,Throwing Well,Weekly Results by chinmusic on Wednesday 19 September 2007 at 12:41 pm

The 9th inning might usually make Indians’ fans nervous but they don’t have that problem in the 7th and 8th innings.  Rookie lefty Rafael Perez works a lot in the 7th inning and he has been nasty this season.  Perez has pitched in 40 games this season and he is 1-1 with 1 save, a 1.41 ERA and a 0.85 WHIP.  He has worked 57.1 innings this season and he has only allowed 35 hits, walked 14 batters and whiffed 59.  Rafael Betancourt is having the best season of his major league career by far in 2007.  Betancourt has worked in 62 games this season and he is 5-1 with 1 save, a 1.48 ERA and a 0.75 WHIP.  He has worked 73 innings this season and he has only allowed 47 hits, walked 8 batters and whiffed 69.  The Indians are closing in on the Central Division Title as they now lead the Tigers by 6.5 games with a 89-62 record.

The Cleveland Indians are rolling right now

Blogged under Bloglockers,Front Page,Weekly Results by chinmusic on Wednesday 12 September 2007 at 4:16 pm

The Cleveland Indians have won 4 games in a row and they now have a 85-60 record on the season which has them in first place in the American League Central, 6.5 games ahead of the Detroit Tigers.  The Indians are set up well for the playoffs as C.C. Sabathia, Fausto Carmona, Paul Byrd and Jake Westbrook have all been pitching well which will likely give the Indians an edge.

Josh Barfield is in a deep freeze at the plate for the Cleveland Indians

Blogged under Bloglockers,Front Page,In Need of a Slumpbuster by chinmusic on Wednesday 12 September 2007 at 3:55 pm

When the Cleveland Indians traded for Josh Barfield in the off-season they thought they had solved the 2nd base position for the next 10 years.  But they were wrong as Barfield has been awful in the 2nd half of the season.  Since the All-Star Break, Barfield has played in 33 games and he is 19 for 97 (.196 avg, .511 OPS) with 16 runs scored, 1 homer, 11 RBIs and 5 stolen bases.  For the season, Barfield has played in 121 games and he is hitting .245 (.599 OPS) with 52 runs scored, 3 homers, 49 RBIs and 14 stolen bases.  Barfield has lost his starting job to rookie Asdrubal Cabrera who is hitting and fielding well for the Indians.  In 28 games with the Indians, Cabrera is 32 for 102 (.314 avg, .858 OPS) with 21 runs scored, 3 homers and 16 RBIs.

The Cleveland Indians designate infielder Joe Inglett for assignment

Blogged under Arrivals & Departures,Bloglockers,Front Page,The Minors by chinmusic on Monday 10 September 2007 at 12:09 pm

The Indians needed more room on their roster so they designated infielder Joe Inglett for assigment.  Inglett was buried on the Indians organizational depth chart so they let him go so he could get a chance with another team.  He played in 107 AAA games for the Indians this season and he was 99 for 392 (.253 avg, .695 OPS) with 45 runs scored, 4 homers and 57 RBIs.  Someone will take a chance on Inglett because of how well he played for the Indians last season.  He played in 64 games for the Tribe in 2006 and he was 57 for 201 (.284 avg, .715 OPS) with 26 runs scored, 2 homers and 21 RBIs.

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