Found July 14, 2013 on Indians Baseball Insider:
Join the IBI's Jim Pete and Michael Hattery for another thrilling edition of CSI: Cleveland Sports Insiders tonight at 9 p.m. Michael is subbing for Steve Orbanek, who decided getting married was more important than the show... ...whatever... The Cleveland Indians began the week having lost three of four against the Detroit Tigers, but finished strong taking two of three from the Toronto Blue Jays and sweeping the Kansas City Royals heading into the All-Star break. The Indians seem to have both the resiliency and the schedule to make a run at the playoffs, if not the division. Are the Indians where you thought they should be, better or worse? Mike and Jim will take a look at the Indians as they head towards the second half. They'll look at first place awards, and talk potential moves at the trade deadline. The Cleveland Cavaliers may have made more news than the Tribe though, signing Jarrett Jack, Earl Clark and then taking a run at Andrew Bynum. How good are the Cavs going ...
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