WKSU's regular weekly chat with Cleveland.com sports columnist Terry Pluto
'It's Getting Hard to Watch': No-Hitters and Strikeouts Are Dominating Baseball Now More Than Ever
The batting average in Major League Baseball is currently the lowest in more than 50 years.
The NFL Draft Comes to Cleveland, and It's No Longer the Browns' Super Bowl
The NFL Draft has long been Cleveland's version of the Super Bowl. But this year the city gets to host the big event with its eyes on the real game next season.
The Waiting Game and the Call That Didn’t Come: Former Browns Players Share Their Draft Day Stories
The NFL draft hasn't always been the star-studded, primetime televised event it is today, and players often have been left waiting and wondering.
The Young Cavs Are Showing Promise While Still Searching for a Winning Record
The team continues to contend with change and build experience as its veteran players are sidelined.
Francisco Lindor's New Deal with the Mets Shows Baseball's Dollar War
Francisco Lindor was traded to the Mets and inked the third richest contract in baseball history last week.
Baseball is Back: Cleveland Fields a Team of New Faces, Young Pitching
The Indians open their season Thursday in Detroit and are scheduled to play 162 games following a pandemic-shortened season last year.