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BROWNS & INDIANS SCHEDULES - September 2019, both in playoff contention?

It's that time of year our beloved Brownies and Tribe both playing in September but this year only one day they are both playing in Cleveland. And nice huh some MNF and SNF games! Get your tickets now if you can.

September

Date Opp Time TV Indians : Pitcher Opp: Pitcher
Sun. 1 at TB 1:10 PM ET  SUN/STOh A. Plutko (5-3) C. Morton (13-5)
Mon. 2 vs. CWS 7:10 PM ET  NSCH/STOh A. Civale (1-3) R. Detwiler (2-3)
Tue. 3 vs. CWS 7:10 PM ET  WGN/STOh Z. Plesac (7-4) D. Cease (3-6)
Wed. 4 vs. CWS 7:10 PM ET  NSCH/STOh  
Thu. 5 vs. CWS 1:10 PM ET  NSCH/STOh  
Fri. 6 at Min 8:10 PM ET  FSN/STOh  
Sat. 7 at Min 7:10 PM ET  FSN/STOh  
Sun. 8 at Min 2:10 PM ET  FSN/STOh <----- TEN @ CLE 1 pm
Mon. 9 at LAA 10:07 PM ET  FSW/STOh  
Tue. 10 at LAA 10:07 PM ET  YouT  
Wed. 11 at LAA 8:07 PM ET  FSW/STOh  
Fri. 13 vs. Min 7:10 PM ET  FSN/STOh  
Sat. 14 vs. Min 7:10 PM ET  FSN/STOh  
Sun. 15 vs. Min 1:10 PM ET  FSN/STOh        (no TRIBE Mon) <------ NOTE: 9/16 CLE @NYJ MNF 8:15
Tue. 17 vs. Det 7:10 PM ET  FSDT/STOh  
Wed. 18 vs. Det 7:10 PM ET  FSDT/STOh  
Thu. 19 vs. Det 7:10 PM ET  FSDT/STOh  
Fri. 20 vs. Phi 7:10 PM ET  NSPA/STOh  
Sat. 21 vs. Phi 7:10 PM ET  NSPA/STOh  
Sun. 22 vs. Phi 1:10 PM ET  NSPA/STOh     Both teams at home! <----- LAR @ CLE SNF 8:20
Tue. 24 at CWS 8:10 PM ET  WGN/STOh  
Wed. 25 at CWS 8:10 PM ET  NSCH/STOh  
Thu. 26 at CWS 8:10 PM ET  NSC+/STOh  
Fri. 27 at Was 7:05 PM ET  MAS2/STOh  
Sat. 28 at Was 4:05 PM ET  MAS2/STOh  
Sun. 29 at Was 3:05 PM ET  MAS2/STOh last regular season game    <------CLE @ BAL 1 pm 

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ALSO "if" the INDIANS make it into the playoffs as the ALC or a wild card team there might be more BROWNS & INDIANS dates together.

 

2019 MLB Postseason schedule
(Subject to change; listed by date)

WILD CARD
Tuesday, Oct. 1: NL Wild Card Game, TBS
Wednesday, Oct. 2: AL Wild Card Game, ESPN

DIVISION SERIES
NLDS on TBS; ALDS on FS1 or MLB Network
A = Involves club with best record; B = Not involving club with best record

Thursday, Oct. 3: NLDS 'A' Game 1, TBS
Thursday, Oct. 3: NLDS 'B' Game 1, TBS
Friday, Oct. 4: ALDS 'A' Game 1, FS1 or MLBN
Friday, Oct. 4: ALDS 'B' Game 1, FS1 or MLBN
Friday, Oct. 4: NLDS 'A' Game 2, TBS
Friday, Oct. 4: NLDS 'B' Game 2, TBS
Saturday, Oct. 5: ALDS 'A' Game 2, FS1 or MLBN
Saturday, Oct. 5: ALDS 'B' Game 2, FS1 or MLBN
Sunday, Oct. 6: NLDS 'A' Game 3, TBS
Sunday, Oct. 6: NLDS 'B' Game 3, TBS
Monday, Oct. 7: ALDS 'A' Game 3, FS1 or MLBN
Monday, Oct. 7: ALDS 'B' Game 3, FS1 or MLBN
Monday, Oct. 7: NLDS 'A' Game 4 (if necessary), TBS
Monday, Oct. 7: NLDS 'B' Game 4 (if necessary), TBS
Tuesday, Oct. 8: ALDS 'A' Game 4 (if necessary), FS1
Tuesday, Oct. 8: ALDS 'B' Game 4 (if necessary), FS1
Wednesday, Oct. 9: NLDS 'A' Game 5 (if necessary), TBS
Wednesday, Oct. 9: NLDS 'B' Game 5 (if necessary), TBS
Thursday, Oct. 10: ALDS 'A' Game 5 (if necessary), FS1
Thursday, Oct. 10: ALDS 'B' Game 5 (if necessary), FS1

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
NLCS on TBS; ALCS on FS1 or FOX

Friday, Oct. 11: NLCS Game 1, TBS
Saturday, Oct. 12: ALCS Game 1, FOX or FS1
Saturday, Oct. 12: NLCS Game 2, TBS
Sunday, Oct. 13: ALCS Game 2, FOX or FS1. <----- SEA @CLE?
Monday, Oct. 14: NLCS Game 3, TBS
Tuesday, Oct. 15: ALCS Game 3, FOX or FS1
Tuesday, Oct. 15: NLCS Game 4, TBS
Wednesday, Oct. 16: ALCS Game 4, FOX or FS1
Wednesday, Oct. 16: NLCS Game 5 (if necessary), TBS
Thursday, Oct. 17: ALCS Game 5 (if necessary), FOX or FS1
Friday, Oct. 18: NLCS Game 6 (if necessary), TBS
Saturday, Oct. 19: ALCS Game 6 (if necessary), FOX or FS1
Saturday, Oct. 19: NLCS Game 7 (if necessary), TBS
Sunday, Oct. 20: ALCS Game 7 (if necessary), FOX or FS1

WORLD SERIES
Watch on FOX
Games 1-2, 6-7 at club with better record

Tuesday, Oct. 22: World Series Game 1, FOX
Wednesday, Oct. 23: World Series Game 2, FOX
Thursday, Oct. 24: Travel day
Friday, Oct. 25: World Series Game 3, FOX
Saturday, Oct. 26: World Series Game 4, FOX
Sunday, Oct. 27: World Series Game 5 (if necessary), FOX
Monday, Oct. 28 Travel day (if necessary)
Tuesday, Oct. 29: World Series Game 6 (if necessary), FOX
Wednesday, Oct. 30: World Series Game 7 (if necessary), FOX

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How can a team be in playoff contention when their season hasn't even started?  (Browns)....We need to go quite a bit further into the season to make that claim.

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2 hours ago, The Gipper said:

How can a team be in playoff contention when their season hasn't even started?  (Browns)....We need to go quite a bit further into the season to make that claim.

They are the favorites to win their division.....besides I didn't want it too wordy. Ok one contender one hopeful?

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1 hour ago, mjp28 said:

They are the favorites to win their division.....besides I didn't want it too wordy. Ok one contender one hopeful?

That does not make them playoff contenders...yet.  That status cannot be bestowed until about half way through the season...imo.

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There is no reason the Indians don't make the playoffs, The Browns we are waiting to see what they look like come season starts and as far as the young Cavs team?? We hope they maybe win 20 games this season? Only 19 wins last year, K. Love did miss most of the season last year I believe he only played in 22 games and out of the 22 games he did average 20 points per game and with sexton coming in his second season "Young Bull" should add some spark to the team. 

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6 hours ago, medicineman said:

There is no reason the Indians don't make the playoffs

I don't know, this season seems to be shaping up to be one where a team can win 93, 94 games and still get shut out.

The Indians have their best record at this point of the season since '99, but if the season ended last night, they'd be on the outside looking in. 

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2 hours ago, Dutch Oven said:

I don't know, this season seems to be shaping up to be one where a team can win 93, 94 games and still get shut out.

The Indians have their best record at this point of the season since '99, but if the season ended last night, they'd be on the outside looking in. 

Actually, as it stands they would have the first wildcard.

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37 minutes ago, The Gipper said:

Actually, as it stands they would have the first wildcard.

Going into sunday's games. I still think Cleveland can win their division if the new bats heat up and Kluber comes back strong.

Kluber, Clevinger, Beiber a strong playoff top three.

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2 hours ago, The Gipper said:

Actually, as it stands they would have the first wildcard.

Sweet, perhaps it was after the Mets debacle of a series that they dropped to third in the wild card. 

Looks like the Indians are going to have to win about 95 games to get into the playoffs. I thought this was a 85 win team going into the season, so I'm shocked by how they've turned things around. 

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9 hours ago, The Gipper said:

How can a team be in playoff contention when their season hasn't even started?  (Browns)....We need to go quite a bit further into the season to make that claim.

Thinking exact same. Not even 1 game has been played (or won) and we assume playoff bound?

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3 hours ago, Icecube said:

Thinking exact same. Not even 1 game has been played (or won) and we assume playoff bound?

Whoa easy, I was just putting it out there without getting too complicated.

Besides I typed:

 - September 2019......both in playoff contention?

One in the running now and the other one is the odds on favorite. Besides I also used a question mark not an exclamation point, get it?   ;)

 

 

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Indians = YAWN . I'm gonna move this As soon as I get back from  Tampa. Keep baseball  stuff in the  baseball  forum. They lost another thrilling  defeat, meaning almost nothing. 

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10 hours ago, hoorta said:

Indians = YAWN . I'm gonna move this As soon as I get back from  Tampa. Keep baseball  stuff in the  baseball  forum. They lost another thrilling  defeat, meaning almost nothing. 

Communist!!

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17 minutes ago, The Gipper said:

Communist!!

LOL!!! Need a nap? Just turn on a baseball game. 

How 'bout those Totenham Hot Spurs?  A team you can get behind.  :) Watched their match yesterday while I was still in Clearwater.  

https://www.foxsports.com/soccer/tottenham-hotspur-team-schedule?competition=1&season=2019

 

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33 minutes ago, hoorta said:

LOL!!! Need a nap? Just turn on a baseball game. 

How 'bout those Totenham Hot Spurs?  A team you can get behind.  :) Watched their match yesterday while I was still in Clearwater.  

https://www.foxsports.com/soccer/tottenham-hotspur-team-schedule?competition=1&season=2019

 

Now that would put me to sleep.

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4 hours ago, hoorta said:

LOL!!! Need a nap? Just turn on a baseball game. 

How 'bout those Totenham Hot Spurs?  A team you can get behind.  :) Watched their match yesterday while I was still in Clearwater.  

https://www.foxsports.com/soccer/tottenham-hotspur-team-schedule?competition=1&season=2019

 

So, you needed a nap and turned on a boring soccer game. Did anyone even score a point/goal/run/whittlepuss, whatever they call a score in that game?

Here is perhaps the only thing entertaining about a Hottentot game:

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I mean, ever their streakers don't have enough sense to take their clothes off.

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2 hours ago, The Gipper said:

So, you needed a nap and turned on a boring soccer game. Did anyone even score a point/goal/run/whittlepuss, whatever they call a score in that game?

Here is perhaps the only thing entertaining about a Hottentot game:

Boo-hoo. So there's not a lot of scoring in soccer? The sport was designed to be that way. Not much scoring as a rule in the NHL either. So just turn off those boring 1-0 pitchers duels in MLB while you're at it, same difference if you're on the losing end- come on guys hit a home run.   

BTW the Hotspurs lost 1-0. BTW, 59,000 in attendance. Yar- no TV timeouts when the clock is running, big plus over commercial laden NFL games. And there's more action in 10 minutes of a soccer match than an entire MLB game- unless a team shellacs a pitcher and turns it into home run derby.  Don't care if you find soccer boring- too bad the rest of the world doesn't agree with you. I've said it before, I played competitive tennis for years, good enough to get a city ranking- and I usually find tennis on the tube to be pretty boring. So there.  

 

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33 minutes ago, hoorta said:

Boo-hoo. So there's not a lot of scoring in soccer? The sport was designed to be that way. Not much scoring as a rule in the NHL either. So just turn off those boring 1-0 pitchers duels in MLB while you're at it, same difference if you're on the losing end- come on guys hit a home run.   

BTW the Hotspurs lost 1-0. BTW, 59,000 in attendance. Yar- no TV timeouts when the clock is running, big plus over commercial laden NFL games. And there's more action in 10 minutes of a soccer match than an entire MLB game- unless a team shellacs a pitcher and turns it into home run derby.  Don't care if you find soccer boring- too bad the rest of the world doesn't agree with you. I've said it before, I played competitive tennis for years, good enough to get a city ranking- and I usually find tennis on the tube to be pretty boring. So there.  

 

Soccer blows.  Baseball rocks.

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1 hour ago, DieHardBrownsFan said:

Soccer blows.  Baseball rocks.

To each their own. I realize there's still plenty of folks in the US that can't stand soccer. It's just that they're a shrinking breed, and probably most who say soccer blows are on the high side of 50....  :)  

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1 minute ago, hoorta said:

To each their own. I realize there's still plenty of folks in the US that can't stand soccer. It's just that they're a shrinking breed, and probably most who say soccer blows are on the high side of 50....  :)  

Soccer maybe fun to play but still boring as hell to watch. -_-

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3 hours ago, hoorta said:

Boo-hoo. So there's not a lot of scoring in soccer? The sport was designed to be that way. Not much scoring as a rule in the NHL either. So just turn off those boring 1-0 pitchers duels in MLB while you're at it, same difference if you're on the losing end- come on guys hit a home run.   

The difference is that there is the occasional pitching dual....EVERY soccer game is that way...a snore fest.  I can hardly go 5 minutes watching a soccer game.  Every at bat in baseball could result in a tater or something spectacular happening.

BTW the Hotspurs lost 1-0. BTW, 59,000 in attendance.

Whooptie Hell.  The Indians had what...455 consecutive sellouts of 42,000..... over 5 and a half consecutive years.  An every day game.  That sounds very Steeler fan-ish.  WOW, a game that is played once a week had 59K in attendance. 

Yar- no TV timeouts when the clock is running, big plus over commercial laden NFL games. And there's more action in 10 minutes of a soccer match than an entire MLB game-

That is about the biggest humorous thing I have heard all day. As for the commercials..well, I would certainly welcome fewer.

 

unless a team shellacs a pitcher and turns it into home run derby.  Don't care if you find soccer boring- too bad the rest of the world doesn't agree with you. I've said it before, I played competitive tennis for years, good enough to get a city ranking- and I usually find tennis on the tube to be pretty boring. So there.  

Well....OK, if there is one thing more boring than soccer, it is tennis.  Like soccer perhaps, it may be fun to play, boring to watch.  (And do we really give a shit what the rest of the world thinks?  I mean, in some areas they think cricket is the bomb)

 

 

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From 2017 but gives you an idea of who watches what:

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-sports-with-the-oldest-and-youngest-tv-audiences-2017-06-30

Don’t laugh, football fans, because it isn’t as if your sport is looking much better. While the average NFL viewer is 50, only 9% of the NFL’s audience is kids under 18. Blame devices and attention spans all you’d like, but NFL viewership dropped by 8% on average last year, with Sunday and Monday night games down 10% to 12%.

Table: Where are the kids?
The average age of viewers of all but one of these sports has gone up in the past decade.

Sport Avg. age
in 2000
Avg. age
in 2006
Avg. age
in 2016
PGA Tour N/A 59 64
LPGA  N/A 59 63
Horse racing 51 56 63
ATP tennis 51 56 61
NASCAR N/A 49 58
MLB 52 52 57
WNBA 42 49 55
WTA Tennis 58 63 55
Olympics 45 50 53
College football 47 48 52
College basketball 44 48 52
NFL 44 46 50
Boxing 45 47 49
NHL 33 42 49
NBA 40 40 42
MLS N/A 39 40
Source: Sports Business Journal

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3 hours ago, The Gipper said:

 

We have a Geezer with his head in the sand.

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7 hours ago, hoorta said:

To each their own. I realize there's still plenty of folks in the US that can't stand soccer. It's just that they're a shrinking breed, and probably most who say soccer blows are on the high side of 50....  :)  

Baseball is also more popular in Japan than Soccer.  

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7 hours ago, hoorta said:

We have a Geezer with his head in the sand.

But I am not a gay soccer  fag geezer   And you will notice that we have a baseball forum on this entity here. We do not have a soccer forum. And probably more patrons of this entity are younger than 50 and then over 50

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Sock-her is the world's most popular sport, why, because it's cheap and easy and has been played in some form for up to 2,000 years.

It's still boring as all get out to try and watch.....and I've been watching TEAM USA sock-her for decades in Olympics, world cup whatever.

And we've beat this dead horse to death 100 times, also boring as all get out.   :lol:

......ever watch a 0-0 sock-her match? :o.    "Recess for big kids".

NOW PLEASE BACK TO THE TRIBE FORUM!

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2 hours ago, mjp28 said:

Sock-her is the world's most popular sport, why, because it's cheap and easy and has been played in some form for up to 2,000 years.

It's still boring as all get out to try and watch.....and I've been watching TEAM USA sock-her for decades in Olympics, world cup whatever.

And we've beat this dead horse to death 100 times, also boring as all get out.   :lol:

......ever watch a 0-0 sock-her match? :o.    "Recess for big kids".

NOW PLEASE BACK TO THE TRIBE FORUM!

OK :)

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6 hours ago, mjp28 said:

Sock-her is the world's most popular sport, why, because it's cheap and easy and has been played in some form for up to 2,000 years.

It's still boring as all get out to try and watch.....and I've been watching TEAM USA sock-her for decades in Olympics, world cup whatever.

And we've beat this dead horse to death 100 times, also boring as all get out.   :lol:

......ever watch a 0-0 sock-her match? :o.    "Recess for big kids".

NOW PLEASE BACK TO THE TRIBE FORUM!

OK,  Sailor

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