BS1999 to Appear at Tribe Game Tonight

The time has finally come. Believing Since 1999 (one person, don’t think that this operation is too legit yet) will be in attendance tonight as the Tribe resumes action at Progressive Field against Brandon Maurer (2-5, 5.97) and the Seattle Mariners. You’re probably thinking that a highly influential blog such as this would certainly have […]

You know things are going well when…

The Cleveland Indians won a game last night by the score of 1-0 over the Oakland Athletics. A masterful effort from Zach McAllister was obviously the highlight of the evening, and Yan Gomes was the difference in more ways than one. He had the only RBI of the game, but also gunned Yoenis Cespedes at […]

Believing is Back, Talkin’ some Tribe

Welcome back to Believing Since 1999. Here’s the personal update that nobody really cares about explaining why there hasn’t been a post to the blog since Phil Dawson’s departure. I recently started an internship with the Louisville Bats, the Cincinnati Reds’ Triple-A affiliate, working in Media Relations. That whole “building a resume for your professional […]

BS1999 Daily: LeBron Back to Cleveland?

Welcome back for another installment of Believing Since 1999 Daily. I decided to give everyone (including myself) a couple of days to simmer down from all of the Chudzinski talk as the Browns now turn to filling out the rest of the coaching staff and finding a general manager. Now that everyone has had that […]

Thoughts on the Tribe: Offseason Pt. 3 – The Pitching Staff

Finally, we’ve arrived at the final part of what has turned into a trilogy of Indians offseason analysis. In today’s finale, I’m taking a look at the pitching staff and what the Tribe might have in mind heading into Spring Training. Speaking of Spring Training, pitchers and catchers report on February 10th. If your math […]