Tito Francona can teach us a lesson beyond the diamond about parenting.
Nearly 4 and a half months after the Cleveland Cavaliers came back from a 3-1 deficit to the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals, the Cleveland Indians fell victim to a similar comeback by the Chicago Cubs. And the person operating the marquee at Chicago’s Wrigley Field wasn’t about to let them forget it.
This is how I feel about the 2016 World Series…
One day we will look back at this week as progress for human equality. While there’s some who refuse to step forward, professional teams in Cleveland step up for children in need.
Shorter hair, stronger bond for the Cleveland Indians as they show support for the Mike Aviles’s daughter while she battles leukemia.
Debbie Reese explains the way that derogatory depictions of American Indians harms the self-image of young American Indian children.
Reynard Faber, chief of the Jicarilla Apache Nation, speaks for himself.
It’s ONE! TWO! THREE! strikes you’re out at the old ethnic stereotyping game.
Cleveland Indians fans prepared for last night’s first game of the season by removing the racist Chief Wahoo mascot from their gear.
Joanna Schroeder explains the horrible and inevitable outcome of using Native images and names as mainstream team mascots, as displayed by an Alabama high school last weekend.
If you wouldn’t let your local team mock Asian Americans, Black Americans, or Jewish people, why would you support the demeaning images of a Native Americans in professional sports?
Scott Behson says that, though only 72 hours, Major League Baseball’s paternity leave sets a desperately needed example.
We don’t know why Rocker eventually fell apart, but we do know that we need a lefty out of the bullpen.
If you don’t know the story, Matt Bellamy wore a Miami Heat jersey to a Cleveland Indians game, only a few weeks after “The King” decided to take his talents to South Beach.