The Observer

Changes and high hopes as the Indians open season

JP. O'Hagan, Sports Editor

April 8, 2016

Despite their first game of the season being canceled due to weather, the Cleveland Indians’ season is underway. The Indians are considered to be worthy competitors in this year’s wide open American League. Even with the division rival Kansas City Royals returning major parts of their club from...

The race to the World Series

Noah Crowley, Staff Reporter

October 9, 2015

This season was an exciting blur of baseball. The New York Yankees barely squeezed into the playoffs as a wild card, the Toronto Blue Jays are looking to take it all and the New York Mets are hoping to defend well enough to keep Toronto’s stellar offense at bay. And for Cleveland fans specifically,...

One for the ages

David Hoffman, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2014

There’s an old saying that baseball is a game of inches. The San Francisco Giants secured a dramatic World Series victory by 90 feet, edging out the Kansas City Royals in the decisive game seven by a final score of 3-2. Although a few of the games were routs the series proved exciting, with neither...

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