Times are changing and the push for professional teams to follow is beating a path to the stadiums.
“I can’t help thinking this is something that’s a great idea, but it’s difficult to execute,” Valenti said on his radio show Thursday. “It cheapens the postseason.”
They shut off the lights, cranked up the music and turned their clubhouse into a nightclub.
After 158 games of highs, lows, losing streaks and walk-off wins, the Cleveland Indians can almost touch the postseason.
In a stunning season of walk-off wins, late-inning comebacks and magical moments , Jason Giambi provided the most stirring one yet.
Even though Ryan Raburn hasn’t played a lot lately, he certainly didn’t look rusty at the plate Thursday night.
They had chances to score and didn’t. And, they could have climbed in the AL’s wild-card standings and didn’t do that either.
Verlander looked like his old self Sunday, prompting hopes that he is back on the right track.
Much-heralded Detroit Tigers prospect Nick Castellanos finally made his major league debut, and though he had lots to say, he still did not feel he had the necessary words.
Justin Masterson’s health is in serious doubt. The Indians’ playoff chances are just as iffy.