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emd2k3

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Longtime Indians torture victim. I like to say my favorite Indian was Mel Harder, but I never saw him play, so I'll go with Andre Thornton.

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Sunday Best is Back.

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Sunday Best, purveyors of fine gridiron gear, are back with new Denver Bronco-themed designs. As a huge Broncos fan, I'm excited to share these with MHR -- the best Broncos online community. More designs to come. http://www.skreened.com/sundaybest

Cardinals huddle to elect new coach.

First-ever gridiron conclave could determine Arians' fate.

Cardinals huddle to elect new coach

First-ever gridiron conclave could determine Arians' fate.

No more Magic Helmet?

New safer helmet design in the works for 2013 — one that may eliminate double-flapped models.

"If I owned the Indians I would ...

———————————————. " Fill in the blank. Me? I'd Fire Slider (and do a few more other things, too.)

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Indians by the Numbers — #55 & #56

The Bulldog and the Bust. via media.cleveland.com Orel Leonard Hershiser IV arrived on planet Earth on September 16, 1958 in Buffalo, New York, courtesy of the glint in Orel Leonard Hershiser...

25 Things You Didn't Know About Baseball

Perhaps you knew some of this, like how bad Frenchy has been for the Royals, but there's some additional fun stuff there.

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Indians by the Numbers — #52

via shlabotnikreport.files.wordpress.com C.C. Rider I would love to tell you that Vinnie Pestano is the greatest Indian to wear #52 in the club’s 100+ year history. I would love to tell...

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Indians by the Numbers — #48

via i.cdn.turner.com All of a Sudden. A calm, tranquil wind up coupled with an explosive fastball gave Sam McDowell his "Sudden" nickname. A 6’ 5" frame gave McDowell tremendous leverage...

Thin-skinned ump tosses organ player for untimely rendition of "Three Blind Mice"

Thin-skinned ump tosses organ player for untimely rendition of "Three Blind Mice"

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Indians by the Numbers — #46

via p1.la-img.com Indiana Jones Douglas Reid Jones was born June 24, 1957 in Lebanon, Indiana. He spent 16 seasons in the major leagues with seven teams, mostly as a relief ace who racked up...

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Indians by the Numbers — #44

Don, I can't believe it either. Donald John McMahon was born January 4, 1930 in Brooklyn, New York, where he graduated from Erasmus Hall High School and played for the local baseball club, the...

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Indians by the Numbers — #42

via www.finestsportscollectibles.com It's Always Sonny in Philadelphia Cleveland. Wilfred Charles Siebert was born in St. Mary, Missouri on January 14, 1937. He was a two-sport standout at...

Failed hitting prospects = future bullpen arms

Interesting write-up at Deadspin that has little to do with bum fighting or indie film discussions tenuously related to sports.

Jay Cutler's offseason excuse workout in full swing.

Inspired by a comment made here at Mile High Report.

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Indians by the Numbers — #38

via i.ebayimg.com Thirty-Eight Special.* Hold On Loosely from Wild-Eyed Southern Boys (1981) Eric Vaughn Plunk was born September 3, 1963 in Wilmington, California. The tall right hander was...

Larry Doby featured in new USPS postage stamp series

The postal service salutes first American League African-American Larry Doby along with Ted Williams, Willie Stargell, and Joe DiMaggio in a new stamp set illustrated by Kadir Nelson.

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Indians by the Numbers — #36

via www.halloffamememorabilia.com Spit Take. Named for his father’s close friend who passed away during routine dental work, Gaylord Jakcson Perry was born in Williamston, North Carolina on...

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Indians by the Numbers — #34

via www.baseball-birthdays.com Bad News Bear Sammy. Chief. Bing. Arvel Odell Hale had been called a lot of names over the course of his life. However, on his Hall of Fame questionnaire, Odell...

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Indians by the Numbers — #32

via 3.bp.blogspot.com Hail to the Chief In Chinese culture, the number 32 is identified with change, correction and movement. A culture that preaches that the only sure constant in life is...

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Nickname Seeks Indian — Runoff Vote

A trio of well-deserving Tribesmen are locked in a death-duel the likes of which the sports blogosphere has never encountered. Jake Westbrook, Matt LaPorta, and John Rocker each received a...

Duane Kuiper, fashionista.

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Duane Kuiper, fashionista.

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Indians by the Numbers — #28

via cache.deadspin.com The Trying Dutchman Rik Aalbert Blijleven was born on April 6, 1951 in Zeist, Netherlands. As the first Major League Hall of Famer born in the Netherlands, Blyleven was...

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Nickname Seeks Indian Vote — "Country Peach Passion"

Huzzah! The nominations have been received. The select few below were either chosen out of a deference to their birthplaces and origins, or born of spite. For some, what once was once sweet, juicy...

FanGraphs looks at cost of WAR by position

Interesting to see relief pitchers cost a heck of lot more per WAR than their counterparts on the team. Also interesting to note that one of the considerations is whether or not " whether general managers are building better bullpens to save their jobs." I would assume this to be foolish, given the volatility of reliever performance year to year.

"Is Carlos going to hit one of my players? No," Guillen said. "I managed another team for eight...

"Is Carlos going to hit one of my players? No," Guillen said. "I managed another team for eight years and you never saw anything with players. That's going to be a no-no. If you're going to talk about your teammates, be ready for the biggest fight because I will fight you. You will kick my butt because I'm old and out of shape, but I will give you a good fight.

Ozzie Guillien, on running a "tight ship."
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Nickname Seeks Indian — "Country Peach Passion"

“It has been said that democracy is the worst form of government except all the others that have been tried.” -- Winston Churchill Congratulations, voters. You found the cup of the...

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