Mark Schwab

Mark Schwab

Sports Reporter

Cleveland, Ohio

Mark anchors the sports on the weekends and covers the story of the day during the week.

You can frequently find him covering practice for the Browns or Cavs, or in the Tribe's clubhouse.

He joined our team in 2009 after ten years of covering the Cleveland Indians on the radio.

Mark's favorite stories that he covered were the 2007 Indians season and their amazing rally from 10 runs down against Seattle in 2001.

The one thing in sports he wishes he could go back in time and see live is the "Miracle On Ice."

When not watching sports he enjoys spending time with his wife, watching movies, traveling and going to church.

Mark is a 1993 graduate of Rocky River High School. He also attended the Ohio Center For Broadcasting.

Recent Articles by Mark

Report: Cleveland Browns tight end David Njoku requests trade

ESPN: Cleveland Cavs and others could hit the court in September in Chicago ‘bubble'

  Captains looking forward to setting sail in 2021

Fewer seats, thermal scans, food lockers and more await fans

  NFL not expected to face labor dispute like MLB

  Ohio says contact sports can play on

  CWRU wooing recruits virtually

Breer: Browns would offer up to $15-million for Clowney

Miocic-Cormier 3 officially scheduled

If 2020 sees baseball it could also see more injuries

MLB clubs, Tribe included, working through challenging draft process

  Akron Running Project ties community together

  Former Akron runners trying to save Cross Country

  Captains waiting to set sail on 2020 season

Paralympics lost, but only for now

Monsters officially shut it down

Cavs players return to Cleveland Clinic Courts

St. Ed’s Wainright playing the waiting game

Browns 2020 schedule released! Cleveland will face Baltimore in season opener

Key to sports coming back? Testing

Bridgestone Senior Players Championship will tee off in August

Local Division II long shot aiming for NFL

  Cleveland is full speed ahead towards 2021 NFL Draft

  Tri-C softball longing to get back on the diamond

  Trinity athlete spearheads social media movement

Baldwin-Wallace players putting pen to paper for senior citizens

  Wooster’s Harwood still hoping to get drafted

Browns Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell passes away

  Mahoning Valley still hoping for late June opener

OHSAA hoping for May 4th launch of spring sports