Tribe Time Now 51: The Game That Never Ends

Joe Coblitz (@BurningRiverBB) of Burning River Baseball is joined by Jim Berdysz (@BirdmanCLE) of Indians Baseball Insider and Stephanie Liscio ((@StephanieLiscio) of It’s Pronounced “Lajaway” talk about the current state of the Indians, the 16-inning marathon game in Houston, Cody Anderson and Yan Gomes. Also, introducing the newest Tribe Time Now bit: Indians Apologist!

Topics for the day include:

  • 16 Inning Marathon
  • A Completely Mediocre Offense
  • A Real Gomer
  • Indians Apologist


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  1. It seems this front office and ownership think they may win one Championship and that will be OK for them. If this team would invest in one or two hitters with the pitching they have they could win more World Series than one. We will never know because we have a owner and front office that lack the urgency to want to win more. Where did they inherit this thinking?

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