Smoke Signals 5/29: Good and bad edition
Smoke Signals is back on the cyberwaves tonight from 10:00 – 11:00PM EST. The one hour show is hosted by Tony Lastoria and Jim Pete and airs every Tuesday night at this time. With Smoke Signals back to its normal one hour format it allows us much more time to talk about several topics surrounding the team, talk about the recently completed game that night, and have guests on quite regularly.
Tonight we will discuss the good and bad from the Indians’ three game sweep of the Tigers, but then them getting swept in three games by the White Sox. We will also discuss some of the recent roster decisions like the handling of Jack Hannahan, how long it took to DFA Asencio, Chisenhall being called up, and if LaPorta will ever be called up. On top of that we will talk about some of the recent injuries and what the Indians can do – if anything – to survive while they try to get healthy.
For those that are subscribed to the Smoke Signals feed through iTunes, you will also now be getting a new show included in that feed. Every Sunday “The Inside Pitch” runs for a half hour from 7:00-7:30PM EST and is hosted by IPI site contributors Jeff Ellis and Andrew Zajac. The show will have a strong focus on fantasy baseball, but will also cover other topics surrounding MLB and the Indians from time to time.
Feel free to call us at 1-347-202-0338 or email us at email@example.com to talk about anything on your mind. Thanks again for listening!
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