Thursday, June 12, 2008

Streak Snapped at 2

These are your 2008 Indians. They just can't seem to ever get any positive momentum going. After winning two straight and looking a little better, Paul Byrd took the mound and was promptly rocked for 6 runs in the first three innings. But after Grady Sizemore's 3-run bomb in the bottom of the 7th, the Tribe had clawed their way back to a 6-5 deficit. Leave it up to our shaky bullpen (it was Borowski this time) to kill any thoughts of a late-inning win by giving up two runs in the top of the 9th to erase any doubts. 8-5. Ball game. Back to .500 at home and 7.5 behind the White Sox. And Victor Martinez could now be heading to the DL. Damn it.

C'mon Byrdie... you're killing your trade value

Browns Update: Mary Kay Cabot and crusty old Bill Livingston add some more depth to the LeCharles Bentley saga. And some good news out of Berea - Joe Jurevicius says he wouldn't miss this season for the world.

Highlights from yesterday's mini-camp session:


sportsgirl132 said...

Hey Wahoo--do you know if there were ever any law suits regarding those staph infections?

chiefwahoo56 said...

Ironically I work at the Clinic (but non-medical). Since I'm not on my work computer I can speak freely, LOL. Actually, I'm not aware of any lawsuits at all. The Browns have a large corporate partnership with the Clinic so I'm sure they wouldn't want to jeopardize that cash flow.