Cleveland Indians front office in discussions to drop team name

The Cleveland Indians have started plans to examine and possibly change their team name, the team released a statement Friday evening.

MLB cancels 2020 All-Star Game due to COVID-19 pandemic

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

  Captains looking forward to setting sail in 2021

Report: Cleveland Browns will not face Chicago or Tampa Bay as NFL trims back preseason

Baseball is back ... with some changes

Athletic training continues in Cleveland Heights, University Heights after student-athlete tests positive for COVID-19

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  Arizona Cardinals cut WR who crashed Camaro into Lake Erie (bodycam)

Akron RubberDucks benched as Minor League Baseball cancels 2020 season amid resurgent pandemic

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

Anderson: ‘never around anything racial’ in clubhouse

  Local runner reaches incredible milestone

  Cleveland Indians Manager Terry Francona not nervous about managing during pandemic

Cleveland Indians announce 2020 Spring Training roster

The Cleveland Indians announced Sunday their 2020 working roster, which includes 55 players, and 16 minor leaguers who were invited.

  Cleveland Indians prepare for Spring Training 2.0 next week

"Won't take it for granted" once baseball resumes

  Cleveland Indians players test positive for COVID-19, team president confirms

The team president confirms only isolated cases within the team.

The Decision: Ten Years Later

ESPN film documents how that controversial moment launched LeBron and added to his legacy

  Canton’s NFL Hall of Fame game cancelled; what’s next?

  Cleveland Indians fans applying for refunds, ticket credits as MLB moves forward with plan that doesn’t include spectators

‘Twice the Fun in ’21′: Pro Football Hall of Fame postpones 2020 Enshrinement Week events until next year

  Cavs and NAACP host virtual community conversation on mental health

Covid-19 concerns loom as MLB looks ahead

Baseball is Back! Players agree to report to camp July 1

  Rope found in Bubba Wallace’s garage there since October, feds say

The FBI says the rope that was found in Bubba Wallace’s garage at Talladega Superspeedway was a garage pull that had been there since 2019.

  NFL not expected to face labor dispute like MLB

National TV contracts are game changers

Drummond staying with Cavs

Center sticking around

Baseball’s biggest hit will come OFF the field

MLB will need to win some fans back

  Ohio says contact sports can play on

Practices can resume with safety at the forefront

  Cleveland Browns’ Kareem Hunt ‘blessed’ for another chance after traffic stop

“I know any second it can be gone.”

Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love wins Arthur Ashe Courage Award at ESPYs

Cavs star active off the court.

Full-contact sports allowed to resume in Ohio on Monday

Contact sports can resume scrimmages and full training regiments on Monday as long as safety protocols are observed.

‘More Than a Vote’: LeBron James and business partner reportedly create political organization to combat voter suppression

The organization was reportedly created in the wake of the nationwide protests and movements for social justice.

  Will Northeast Ohio high school football stands be empty because of Covid-19?

High school football teams hoping parents will be allowed to attend

Browns to honor Cribbs, Slaughter

Sept 27 ceremony

  Ted Ginn Sr. on challenges facing his Glenville Tarblooders: ‘The world has got to wake up’

Ted Ginn Sr. on challenges facing his Glenville Tarblooders

All Ohio residents can fish for free this weekend; here are the best lakes for anglers

For two days, the Ohio of Department of Natural Resources is opening the public waterways up to all state residents who wish to fish.

  ‘I do think they’ll play’: MLB reporter breaks down how and why a season will still happen

MLB reporter breaks down how and why a season will still happen

  Gov. DeWine says crowd at Hall of Fame game, ceremony ‘highly unlikely’

The Lieutenant Governor chimed in to say they are working with the Hall of Fame on some sort of plan.

Baseball’s blowing it

National pastime is national disgrace right now

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred ‘not confident’ there will be a 2020 season

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred is now “not confident” there will be a 2020 season. He made the announcement on Monday during a conversation with Mike Greenberg for ESPN’s “The Return of Sports” special.

  Local golfers getting into the swing of things

100-hole marathon to benefit kids with Autism

  CWRU wooing recruits virtually

Spartans selling program with online tour and more

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

Prized pass rusher still a free agent

Browns’ Baker Mayfield says ‘I absolutely am’ kneeling this season

Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield said “I absolutely am,” kneeling this season during the National Anthem in a response to a fan’s comment on his Instagram page Saturday.

On this day 4 years ago: Kyrie Irving, LeBron James dominate Golden State Warriors in game 5 of 2016 NBA Finals (video)

Irving had 41 points while shooting 71 percent from the field, along with six assists, three rebounds, and two steals. James finished with 41 points on 53 percent shooting, 16 rebounds, seven assists, and three blocks.

Cavaliers talk of “uplifting people”

Love, Sexton address progress on and off the court

St Ed’s star drafted by Reds

Mackenzie Wainwright

  Indians nab SS Carson Tucker in 1st round

Sign or school?

Expect different reaction to NFL protests this season

Players, coaches and owners to come together

  “I have their back”

Kevin Stefanski wants Browns players to make positive impact

  Tri-C to cancel all fall and winter athletics due to COVID-19 concerns

Cuyahoga Community College announced that both Fall and Winter sports would be canceled due to coronavirus concerns.

  Bickerstaff: “Either you’re for equality or you’re not”

Cavs head coach addresses racism in America

Miocic-Cormier 3 officially scheduled

August fight to happen in city still to be determined

AP sources: MLB offers 76-game year, up to 16 playoff teams

“If the players desire to accept this proposal, we need to reach an agreement by Wednesday”

  Randar ready for next big step

Star student-athlete leaves Westlake H.S. with tons of memories

  12-year old golfer teeing it up with Pro’s for charity

Few are a match for Westlake native

If 2020 sees baseball it could also see more injuries

Shortened 2nd spring training puts pitchers in danger, says expert

Landry, Beckham, other players send video message to NFL about racial inequality

The 70-second video was released on Thursday night includes Patrick Mahomes, Saquon Barkley, Michael Thomas, Deshaun Watson, Ezekiel Elliott, Jamal Adams, Stephon Gilmore, and DeAndre Hopkins, among others.

Metcalf agrees that Brees “missed the mark”

Says it would be hard to trust future HOF quarterback now

Cleveland Cavaliers cut from NBA’s 22-team format when play resumes in July

The NBA’s Board of Governors approved the format on Thursday afternoon, which includes 13 Western Conference teams and nine Eastern Conference teams, Sports Illustrated reports.

  Drew Brees apologizes after facing backlash for his comments on NFL players kneeling during national anthem

The future Hall of Fame QB said, “I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country.”

  Baker earning high marks from new coordinator

"He's done everything I expect"

MLB clubs, Tribe included, working through challenging draft process

COVID-19 keeps prospects off the field

Cleveland Indians plan to cut 1,100 jobs as team anticipates no fans during 2020 season

It’s a bad day for Major League Baseball, as the Cleveland Indians just announced plans to lay off their gameday employees because fans likely won’t be allowed to enter the ballpark this year due to Covid-19 concerns.

“People are hurting”

Joel Bitonio says it's time for others to listen

  Time for NFL owners to make impact off the field?

Calls for influential leaders to enact change

On this day in 2007: LeBron James scores 25 straight points in win against Detroit Pistons in game 5 of Eastern Conference Finals (video)

The Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Detroit Pistons in 6 games in the ECF.

Cleveland Cavaliers release multiple statements on the death of George Floyd

General manager Koby Altman, head coach J.B Bickerstaff, and the organization have released a statement.

  Akron Running Project ties community together

Running, workouts, yoga and more included in free program

Report: NBA targets July 31 as return date for season

The NBA suspended their season on March 11th.

  Demi Ward lifting up others

Storied HS career ending

Sexton surprises scholarship winners

Great gesture

Browns stay interested in Clowney while building solid line

Former top overall pick remains a free agent

Ohio House passes sports gambling bill; meanwhile, Ohio Senate moves to pass its own betting legislation

By a vote of 83-10, the Ohio House passed a bill to legalize sports gambling in the state, which would be regulated by the Ohio Lottery Commission.

  “Cash” Shaffer is money on the diamond

Softball star a big part of high school dynasty

  Year 3 looming large for Baker Mayfield

Time to do our thing instead of talking about it

  Elyria Catholic in good hands with Frantz

Star receiver still crushing offseason workouts

  Bowling alleys allowed to reopen in Ohio this week; some choose to stay closed

For the past 15 years, The Corner Alley has been home for bowling enthusiasts.

Cleveland Cavaliers star Andre Drummond leaves $1,000 tip at a Florida restaurant for waitress

Drummond is making $27 million with the Cavs this season.

NBA spokesperson: NBA, NBPA are engaged on exploratory talks to return for single-site games in late July

The NBA season has been suspended for two months.

  NASCAR to honor Elyria soldier

Lane Tollett to be remembered during “600 Miles of Remembrance”