Today continues DTTWLN’s three week examination of the Indians 2014 season and where it fell short of the playoff expectations established last winter. The staff will examine where the season went wrong and the challenges the front office faces to make the Indians contenders in 2015.
There seems to be a curse at Progressive Field when a player gets a section named after him...
As you all are reading this, I’m likely in the middle of driving to Indianapolis for the weekend. Just so you know I’m not typing and driving. More on Indianapolis later in this post. For now, let’s get started, shall we?
Nick Swisher is the Travis Hafner sequel nobody wanted
I might feel sorry for Nick Swisher if I wasn’t too busy feeling sorry for my fellow Tribe fans....
Travis Lee Hafner
Travis Hafner recently joined the Notre Dame College of Ohio baseball staff as a volunteer but that does not mean that the former big leaguer is ready to retire.
“I’m working out every day, getting ready for the upcoming season,” Hafner told the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “The body and swing feel good.”
Hafner, 36, appeared in 82 games for the New York Yankees in 2013 hitting...
Former Cleveland Indians slugger Travis Hafner will be joining the Notre Dame College baseball staff this coming season.
Hafner, 36, had been rumored to take the assistant coaching position under head coach Len Barker if he was unable to find an MLB job for the 2014 season. His wife, Amy, is a cheerleading coach at Notre Dame College. On Wednesday, the school confirmed the move in...
Former Indians slugger Travis Hafner has joined the Notre Dame College baseball staff, according to the NDC website:
"Travis Hafner will join the NDC coaching staff, Head Coach Len Barker announced Wednesday. While he will focus on working with NDC hitters, he will help out in all areas."
Hafner played 12 seasons in the big leagues with three different teams. He began his major league...
1. Lyle Overbay2. Travis Hafner3. Mark Reynolds4. David Huff5. Alberto Gonzalez6. Brennan Bosch7. Chris Bootcheck8. Chris Nelson9. Kevin Youkilis10. Travis Ishikawa
Our IBI Tribe Madness tournament moves into the semi-finals round of the League Park Region where two players move on and two are eliminated.
For an overview of how the tournament works, go here. For a profile of each player in this region, go here.
#7 DH Travis Hafner (2006) vs. #3 3B Jim Thome (1996)
April: Thome 42, Hafner 30
Pronk was sitting on high on April 25th. He...