The Cleveland Indians are starting the transition to a new core. With four prospects in the top-100 and the 13th-ranked system in all of baseball, the Indians are set up to have a very young, but very talented team in 2022.
We talked about week zero for approximately 15 minutes. In that time, we gave out some picks and discussed some of the matchups. In the other hour, we talked about so much unplanned stuff that I honestly don’t remember all that we covered. But, that is what usually happens. We will treat this as a surprise and let you be stunned by all the impromptu topics we discussed.
Ladies and gentlemen, the greatest time of the year is finally upon us. Today, the college football season kicks off. Place your bets.
Hello and welcome back to the gambling corner. It has been a minute since we have given out some picks. We are in the dog-days of the baseball season and to be honest, you can only gamble on so many baseball games before you need a little break. So, let’s get back on track and have ourselves a good day.
Oklahoma and Texas are official members of the SEC… in 2025. How will this affect the future of recruiting? Does Texas even matter? Also, how this will affect the other conferences and if those cowards at Notre Dame will finally join the Big Ten. The guys finish by talking about some of the most absurd contracts given out by NBA teams on day one of free agency.
The Cleveland Indians and Tampa Bay Rays are in agreement on a deal that sends outfielder Jordan Luplow and right-handed pitcher DJ Johnson to Tampa Bay for right-hander Peyton Battenfield.
According to ESPN’s Jeff Passan, the Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Indians have agreed to a trade that would send second baseman Cesar Hernandez to the White Sox.
At the conclusion of the 2021 season, the Cleveland Indians will be no more. The team announced in a video narrated by Tom Hanks released on Twitter today that they will be known as the Cleveland Guardians.