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The Sports Page: Happy Retirement, Omar

 Corey Barnes The Sports Page: Happy Retirement, Omar

On Thursday, after an illustrious 24-year career, Omar Vizquel pulled off a move many thought he couldn’t manage: he retired. The acrobatic shortstop who dazzled and delighted fans in five cities over the years finally hung up his cleats at the age of 45. Omar was the oldest player in the league this year while […]

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Indians visit Columbus to gear up for season

Walker Evans Walker Evans

From The Dispatch: The Cleveland Indians made their annual preseason visit to Columbus yesterday, but the stop created a thump-thump-thump beyond the normal palpitations that Tribe players cause in their central Ohio fan base. The traveling party included manager Eric Wedge, pitcher Jensen Lewis, outfielder Shin-Soo Choo and a fourth party who might well be […]

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Columbus Clippers Unveil New Uniforms


The Clippers have a new ballpark, a new parent club, and last night they unveiled new uniforms… red uniforms. This is a picture of the team’s new hat. It looks like they’ll have two alternative hats, one blue and one gray. I can’t find a picture of the new jerseys, but the one I saw […]


In a state of losers, Columbus wins big

Walker Evans Walker Evans

The Dispatch wrote Rob Oller commentary: In a state of losers, Columbus wins big Wednesday, December 3, 2008 BY ROB OLLER They’re wearing bags over their heads in Cincinnati and planning to bag their pro football coach in Cleveland. Not exactly the kind of behavior that screams, “We’re proud of our teams.” Why should they […]


It’s Official: Clippers, Indians Announce Affiliation

Walker Evans Walker Evans

  10tv wrote Clippers, Indians Announce Affiliation  Thursday, September 18, 2008 The Columbus Clippers have signed a four-year deal with the Cleveland Indians to be the team’s triple-A affiliate, a source told the Columbus Dispatch on Thursday. The Clippers have spent the past two seasons as an affiliate of the Washington Nationals. READ MORE Related […]


Indians/Bisons end ties; Clippers switch expected


Columbus Business First wrote Indians end ties with Bisons; switch to Clippers expected Wednesday, September 3, 2008 In a move that was expected, the Cleveland Indians this week notified the Buffalo Bisons they were terminating the baseball teams� long-term Triple A affiliation agreement. Severing the relationship essentially became a done deal in April, when Cleveland […]


The Clippers and The Indians are one step closer


The Dispatch wrote Bob Hunter commentary: Rumblings Friday, April 18, 2008 BY BOB HUNTER The announcement by Cleveland Indians and Buffalo Bisons officials that they won’t negotiate an extension to their affiliation agreement until after the season seems to confirm the widely held belief that the Tribe’s triple-A team will land in Columbus next season. […]


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