Welcome to the next TWO editions of Cleveland Sports Insiders, one of the many podcasts here at Indians Baseball Insider! Tonight, you get two for the price of one, as IBI columnists Jim Pete and Michael Hattery tackle both the Cleveland Indians, and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In the first podcast, Mike and Jim talk about the Indians’ offense in 2014, and how good it is as is, the needs of the Indians going forward with regards to the starting pitching and the bullpen, whether or not the Indians should deal Michael Brantley and what they should get for him if they do, and the perception of this team if the Indians truly don’t do anything in the midst of all this spending.
In the second podcast, Mike and Jim talk about the Cleveland Cavaliers two most recent “breakout” players in Andrew Bynum. Bynum has been playing in 25-to-30 minutes a night, and coming close to a double-double, while Waiters has been showcasing some star-power since allegedly calling out Kyrie Irving and Tristan Thompson for buddy ball. Have the Cavs found their new stars, or is there something else at play with Mike Brown‘s Cavs?
The Indians Baseball Insider radio network is currently testing out a brand new method of podcasting, utilizing http://www.soundcloud.com. The audio is much cleaner than our prior podcasts through blogtalkradio, and as we move forward, there are a lot of different things that we’ll be able to do with regards to live podcasts, video casts and group chats. As we get used to the service over the next few months, we’ll continue to pass along the information to you so that you can become as interactive with this new service as with our old service.
You can find all of the links for the podcast page at soundcloud, the video cast page at YouTube and our itunes channel at the CSI: The Podcast radio link right here.
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