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What starts out with team meeting in Goodyear, Arizona ultimately turns into Terry Francona rump shaking and immense costumed craziness, all apparently the brainchild of one Nick Swisher. These guys may win the division; they may not. But man, are they going to be fun to root for. For details on who is dressed as what, hit up the WFNY Tumblr. Your 2013 Cleveland Indians. Con los Terroristas. [Related: McAllister Clinches, Kazmir vs. Dice-K, The Race For Bench & The Harlem Shake]
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Don’t tell the Indians, but the Harlem Shake is as outdated as the last championship in Cleveland.
Newly hired Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona decided it was time for his squad to enjoy a little fun as he led the Tribe in one of the best Harlem Shakes yet. Indians fans better hope he’s not concentrating too hard on dancing, as the Indians can’t afford another disappointing...
After commending his players and their commitment during spring training so far, Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona led his team in an impressive 'Harlem Shake' video.
This one has everything: bunny rabbits, King Tut, orange and blue leprechauns, penguins, Angry Birds, Luigi, Gumby, and so much more.
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The Harlem Shake craze will never...ever...die, and the Cleveland Indians are the latest pro sports team to jump on that train. Their Harlem Shake starts with new manager Terry Francona giving the team a pep talk of sorts before starting into the dance. Then, once the chaos begins, chaos truly begins, with Francona dressed as a baby, Nick Swisher as an Ohio State football player...
Nope, that is not a typo in the headline above. Terry Francona is actually doing the Harlem Shake as the newly minted manager of the Cleveland Indians. Does this really surprise anyone? Francona has always been known for his ability to create a fun and relaxed clubhouse environment - beer and fried chicken are required to reach maximum comfort effectiveness. Oh the memories Terry...
Terry Francona, the manager of the Cleveland Indians, leads his team in the newest internet trend “The Harlem Shake.” The former manager of the Boston Red Sox also seemed to mask what was going on like he had no idea but it was obviously choreographed. College teams are doing it. NBA teams are doing it. Major League Baseball now has Terry Francona doing it.
The Cleveland Indians busted out the Harlem Shake, but it's Terry Francona's sweet dance moves that caught our attention.
The culture in Cleveland is changing, and Indians manager Terry Francona is at the forefront of that change.
Francona’s hiring this offseason generated plenty of buzz, and pieces have since fallen into place. The Indians signed Nick Swisher, Michael Bourn, Mark Reynolds, Jason Giambi and others, which seems to indicate that the Tribe are more focused on contending than they are...
The Cleveland Indians have taken their swing at the ''Harlem Shake.''
With new manager Terry Francona dressed as a big baby, Jason Giambi unrecognizable in a full-body green suit and Nick Swisher in an Ohio State football uniform, the team filmed their version of the viral video craze earlier this week. The short film begins with Francona addressing his players in...
Terry Francona and the Cleveland Indians recently joined in the “Harlem Shake” craze, so when will Red Sox manager John Farrell get in on the action?
“Don’t blink,” Farrell joked to reporters before Thursday’s game.
Farrell admitted that he has seen Francona’s video — which is actually kind of funny despite how played out the “Harlem Shake” craze has become and...
The top four spots in the Cleveland Indians rotations are set after Tribe manager Terry Francona named Zach McAllister as the club’s number four starter.
Make no mistake about it, McAllister was pegged for that slot in the rotation from the start, even if Francona didn’t want to admit it. A serious case can be made that the big righty was the most effective starter for the...
The Cleveland Indians, led by Nick Swisher and his Ohio State Buckeyes uniform, have tackled the Harlem Shake.
What else can baseball fans do in January but dream of October? In You May Say I'm a Dreamer, the Outside Corner staff will imagine the route to a World Series in 2013 title for all 30 teams.
The years of futility by Lake Erie are over, and the Cleveland Indians are World Champions for the first time in 65 years. The 2013 season was the best Indians squad since the 2007...
You thought the barrage of “Harlem Shake” videos was over? Nope, with the MLB opening day around the way, you know a team had to capitalize. Shout out to Nick Swisher and the Cleveland Indians:
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Con Los Terroristas:
Ubaldo Jiménez: Reno 911
Brett Myers: WWE Champion
Michael Brantley: Steve Urkel
Rich Hill: Eater...
Day number two of AL Central week is upon us, and we'll be taking a look at one of the more maddening teams in the division today: the Cleveland Indians. Cleveland fell from 82 losses in 2011 to 94 in 2012, and are attempting to stave off another losing season this year. Bringing in guys like Nick Swisher, Michael Bourn, and Mark Reynolds will certainly help the offense, but...