Tribe: for real?

| May 10, 2011 | 2 Comments

Even though the Indians improbably lost Sunday on two balls that traveled about 60 feet total — and I don’t care what Manny Acta says, it was 100% luck — they come home at 22-11 and as the only AL team playing better than .600 baseball.

 

What does everyone think? Too early to tell? Is it going to be an Indian summer (and fall)?

 

I’m anxious to find out how many readers have Indian Fever.

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Mike Plant

About Mike Plant: Mike Plant has been in the business long enough to remember when cut-and-paste involved actual cutting and pasting. Having been alive in 1964, he does not believe in the curse on Cleveland’s sports teams, although Game 7 of the 1997 World Series made him waver a little. A graduate of Wooster High, Northwood University and Kent State, Plant has two sons making their way out in the world, neither of whom ever ask him for money. And, although he tries to avoid cliches when writing, he does, indeed, have an ex who lives in Texas. Plant lives in Wooster, and can be reached at 330-287-1649 or mplant@the-daily-record. He gladly welcomes all story ideas. View author profile.

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  1. akincory says:

    Well, I think that this great start has everyone excited, but it is still too early to tell. I think that until we see them encounter a losing a streak and over come it, we do not really know how well they could finish.

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