Tribe Time Now Podcast
Ryan (@RThompAK13) gets back to his roots with Stephanie Liscio (@stephaniliscio), and Joe Coblitz (@burningriverbb) to discuss, among other things, the outfield question for the Indians, exit velocity, the increase in home runs in baseball this season (so far), and much more.
In this episode of Tribe Time Now, Stephanie Liscio (@stephanieliscio) of It’s Pronounced Lajaway and Jake Altman (@shakeandjake7) of SportsHax join Ryan Thompson (@RThompak13) discuss the MLB Trade Deadline, the curious case of Bryan Shaw, and the tribalism that has emerged in being an Indians fan, especially online.
Joe Coblitz (@BurningRiverBB) is joined by Nino Colla (@SnarkyNino) of The Tribe Daily and Stephanie Liscio (@StephanieLiscio) of It’s Pronounced Lajaway for a look at the Indians upcoming series with Boston in the 2016 ALDS. There’s roster and match-up talk as well as an in-depth discussion on the many uses of Michael Martinez. Finally, they wrap up with a little bit on how to pitch to a pirate (meaning Edwin Encarnacion, not a Pittsburgh Pirate).
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Jake Dungan (@JakeDBaseball) of Indians Baseball Insider and Nino Colla (@SnarkyNino) of The Tribe Daily hit the airwaves for a discussion about the Tribe playoff roster and how their bullpen could still give them an edge in October. Plus, they talk about the awesomeness of Jose Ramirez and preview the AL Cy Young race.
Joseph Coblitz (@BurningRiverBB), Stephanie Liscio (@StephanieLiscio), and a robotic replacement of Bob Toth (@theBobToth) using extremely faulty technology and a horrible internet connection get together for the end of the season roundtable, as the Tribe’s season has been officially ended on September 17th.
Topics covered in this occasionally tough-to-listen-to podcast (sorry…) include a potential starting rotation, should the Indians have made the postseason, as well as the bullpen.
The Indians lost a four-game set with Chicago, but all is not lost. In fact, we’ve found Josh Tomlin. For your hot takes of the day, a short discussion on the Cavs championship season and a longer one on advanced stats and the Indians broadcast booth. If you hate advanced stats, this is meant for you. Also, if you like them. Tribe Time Now is all inclusive.
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Matt Bretz (@MattB_WOF) of Wahoo’s on First makes his first appearance on the Weekend Update, joining Joseph Coblitz (@BurningRiverBB) of Burning River Baseball for a full on discussion about Carlos Santana, the playoff race, ballparkitecture and Carlos Santana. Don’t forget to drink every time someone mentions Lonnie Chisenhall and you’re bound to have a good time.
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Joseph Coblitz (@BurningRiverBB) from Burning River Baseball and Stephanie Liscio (@StephanieLiscio) from It’s Pronounced Lajaway enjoy the return of Coco Crisp, wonder who else is coming up and think about the Tribe’s rotation, bullpen and outfield situation as September call-up season is upon us.
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Joe Coblitz (@burningriverbb) and Did The Tribe Win Last Night’s own Bob Toth (@thebobtoth) remember Harambe (RIP) in a week that saw the Tribe take a couple of unscheduled days off. Instead of just talking Tribe, they focus on a couple of stadiums that have had recent changes or need some changes. Don’t worry, there is some actual on-the-field baseball talk…eventually.
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The Tribe walked the tightrope between winning and losing quite a bit in the process of taking two of three from both Chicago and Toronto. There was the incredible ninth inning on Friday night, capped with Tyler Naquin‘s walk-off home run. Jose Ramirez is still come through in the clutch and Cody Allen bounces back from his ninth inning meltdown.
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Joe Coblitz (@BurningRiverBB) of Burning River Baseball talks to Vince Guerreri (@VinceGuerreri) of our own Did The Tribe Win Last Night? and Jeff Rich (@ByJeffRich) of Forever Rebuilding on the latest for the top team in the American League. Included is a discussion on who is the top team in the AL as well as some words on the new guys and if any other guys should become new guys.
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The Tribe Time Now round table is reconvened to discuss the Indians recent struggles. Is it really time for fans to worry, or are the Indians built to make the playoffs?
Jim Pete (@JimPeteEHC), Stephanie Liscio (@StephanieLiscio), Joe Coblitz (@BurningRiverBB) and Bob Toth (@TheBobToth) discuss the rotation struggles, the wonky bullpen even with Miller, how Michael Martinez never goes away, Tyler Naquin and JRam’s stellar seasons, and how Lonnie Chisenhall may find himself out of work in 2016.
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