A Christmas newsletter from Believing Since 1999

Dear Believing Since 1999 Readers, As 2013 begins its final descent into history, Christmas is upon us once again. As Mike Polk has already pointed out in one of his most recent rants to an empty FirstEnergy Stadium, we’re lucky that most things are already perfect in the city of Cleveland. For most of us […]

BS1999’s Week in Review

The Cavs are 1-2, the Browns beat the Ravens, and the Indians re-signed Jason Giambi. Two of those things are wonderful, one of those things doesn’t really matter too much yet. Kyrie Irving doesn’t seem quite like himself yet, and Andrew Bynum is obviously far from 100%. Both of those are fine for now, because […]

Tribe deserves applause as Browns take the stage

That sinking feeling of a playoff loss and a season’s end came too soon last night at Progressive Field. The part where you ┬ásit there in front of a TV that you’ve already turned off came next, and then the hope of a new season should have replaced it minutes later. The Indians weren’t supposed […]

Everything is alright in Cleveland

It doesn’t get a whole lot better than what transpired yesterday for Cleveland fans. The Indians won their tenth straight game to take the top spot in the American League Wild Card race and secure a playoff game at home on Wednesday night. The Browns beat the Cincinnati Bengals to climb into a three-way tie […]

The Final Countdown: The Tribe and the Twins

Major League Baseball’s regular season is finally nearing its end. The Cleveland Indians are still hanging on to a one game advantage in the Wild Card race thanks to a six-game winning streak. The Tampa Bay Rays haven’t flinched down the stretch, also riding a six-game streak of victories. The two clubs’ winning ways have […]

The Tribe and the Wild Card

Studying and doing work for school just didn’t make sense this afternoon before a 2:30 class, so this quick piece on the Indians is what happened instead. Last night’s loss in Kansas City was certainly a missed opportunity for the Tribe, but just as in any other part of the season, losses are bound to […]