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Beleveland Ball: A look at some of our top posts from 2018

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For your reading pleasure, for nostalgia, or just for boredom, we’re showing you some of our top posts about the Cleveland Indians to prep you for 2019.

With the New Year right around the corner, all of your favorite sports blogs will surely be posting links to some of their best articles and top stories from this past year. We here at Believeland Ball firmly believe in jumping on that trend and cornering the market of telling you some of the best stories we wrote about the Cleveland Indians.

While this wasn’t the best year of Tribe baseball, it was still a fun ride with a disastrous ending. But it produced some quality content. I’ll be showing my personal favorites through here, and Steven will be doing a list of his own later. So let’s get started, shall we?

Indians unveil new uniforms for 2019

This post came the day of the Indians showing off their new threads in time for the All-Star game. I happened to be elated be the new uniforms and even got one of my own.

The team released the new uniforms while phasing out the controversial Chief Wahoo logo. This obviously caused a stir between Tribe fans. But come on. How can you not love that red? It’s beautiful.

Why Mike Clevinger keeps getting better

This one came shortly after the season ended. Anyone who likes Mike Clevinger or stuff like whiff rates should take a look at this one. I’m openly a huge fan of Clevinger and this article can help make you a believer of Sunshine as well.

Top 10 Cleveland Indians Players Weekend nicknames

Seeing all of the Players Weekend uniforms was one of the highlights of 2018. We saw one of the best nicknames in baseball used by our very own Shane Bieber with the nickname “Not Justin”.

The Indians had an array of great nicknames including ones like “Melk Man” and “Miller Time” It showed that a lot of the players on the team have a good sense of humor and some self-awareness.

Things to do to pass time in the offseason

I wrote this article behind tears but it provided some humor. The list still holds up considering we’re in the middle of the offseason and it’s been both boring and heartbreaking. So if you need any ideas, feel free to find them here.

Next. The 1976 parade of trades. dark

There you have it. Some reading for you to do over your holiday weekend travels. Here’s to more great stories and baseball fun.

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