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Browns make final roster moves

This may very well spell the end of Hardesty as a member of the Cleveland Browns. Injuries have felled him ever since becoming a member of the team.

Indians still in the hunt for a playoff spot

They never gave up hope. Although many fans, journalists and radio announcers did. They kept their heads about themselves, going 15-5 over the next 20 games, saving face and hopefully their season.

Cowboys rope Bengals, win 24-18

The Bengals were also able to move the ball behind their starting quarterback, Andy Dalton. Pro Bowl receiver A.J. Green finally suited up after missing the first two preseason games, while nursing a bruised left knee. He snagged 3 catches ...

Browns flatline, lose to Colts 24-6

The loss snapped the Browns’ two-game winning streak and had to have opened the eyes of those watching on the sidelines. They were unable to produce anything on offense and the defense had more holes in it than a piece ...

Ouch...Browns are a hurtin'

It was the perfect situation for Lewis to shine. But instead of taking snaps, Lewis' leg snapped.

Montario Hardesty is down…again, but not out

The orthoscopic surgery that Hardesty needs is on the same knee that he tore the ACL in in the final preseason game of 2010. That injury caused him to miss his entire rookie season in which he was expected to ...

Hardesty's finger dislocated, not broken

Lady Luck attended the practice, but she also brought along her ugly sister, Bad Luck. While working on their formation and execution out of the wildcat formation, Hardesty took a direct snap and abruptly doubled over, grabbing at his right ...

Tribe explodes with 3 homers, Whip Angels, 6-5

The Tigers treated the Indians like 98-pound weaklings, kicking sand in their faces and stealing the girl of their dreams. In this case, the girl was first place in the AL Central and now the hopes of that happening in ...

Weeden shines against Rams, Browns win 27-19

Call me crazy, but even last year, in his rookie season with the Browns, I liked what I saw of Brandon Weeden.

Francona eats hay, Tigers steal game, 6-5

It ain’t easy being the manager of a professional baseball team. Sometimes you’re a hero and at other times you’re a billy goat. Just ask Tribe manager Terry Francona.

Duffer's Alley

Two special events are fast approaching. The first is the 12th Annual Marion Motley/Earl Brown Memorial Scholarship Tournament. The 18-hole tournament will be played at Highland on August 21st. For information contact 216-577-9122 or 216-375-0114

Rookie Salazar gets hit hard by Tigers

Since coming to town for a four-game series that began Monday night at Progressive Field, the Tigers have hit our “ace” Justin Masterson, our closer, Chris Perez and have virtually knocked the air out of our pitching staff leaving them ...

Perez faulters in ninth, Tigers win 4-2

The Indians lead the game for the entire night until the ninth inning when closer, Chris Perez imploded, giving up four runs in the inning and sending the Tribe home as losers, 4-2.

Senior Games Page in the Call & Post, printed 7-31-13

Senior Games Page in the Call & Post, printed 7-31-13

Tribe wins eight in a row

Yesterday, Ryan Raburn was the lumberjack who supplied the necessary power to get the job at hand done and complete. Raburn smashed two home runs to help elevate the team to another fantastic finish. The win netted the Indians another ...