"My personality is completely genuine, bro!"
It's been a frustrating month of
August for the Indians. The offense has been dire during these dog days, with
every mistake the Tribe makes magnified by the lack of production at the dish. As the
calendar turns to September, Cleveland
seems poised on a razor's edge of contention that could slice them a good one at
any moment. But even with the waiver-wire trade deadline looming, all is quiet
on the corner of Carnegie and Ontario.
The Indians could certainly use
help from a player not named Matt Carson. The unbalanced MLB schedule has sent
the Wahoos to Atlanta for three interleague
games, while Tribe bully Detroit
drools in anticipation for a potentially back-breaking weekend series.
Hell Week began in Atlanta with two losses by
a combined total of three runs. Cleveland
has been barely hitting as it is, so putting a pitcher in the nine-hole thanks
to hipster National League rules has not helped boost t...