High & Low of Indians Vs Nationals: 7/26-7/27: Splitting the Good Times

You may have noticed, or you probably didn't, that there was no High & Low for the series against the Orioles. Was it because it was terrible? Yeah, kind of, but not really. The truth is I didn't see a second of any three of the games, all were listened to mostly on the radio and when that happens, I don't really feel qualified to provide much of a perspective on game highlights.

So I skipped it. Hope that's okay. Not to mention, that entire series would probably just be one big giant low in the grand scheme of what's happened this season. So, blah. With that though, we've got a two-game set with the Nats to look over and, because I will be spending the weekend out in the wilderness and won't be seeing a second of the games this weekend nor will I even be able to listen. So, our what has been and will be for a bit a weekly dose of High & Low for your Cleveland Indians.


High & Low of Indians @ Royals: 7/18-7/20: Bow Down to the Kings

Remember... Win the series, win the series, win the series. You don't need to sweep, although it's nice, but when you win the series, you are keeping that 2-1 advantage you've gained. Another series win and this time, against the Royals who are now NINE (9!) games back and at the .500 mark. I wouldn't count them out, but this had to be a nice body shot that is making them extremely unbalanced and ready to be knocked out.

Here's some fun highs and just a few lows for the series win (win!) for the Indians over the Royals.


High & Low of Indians @ Twins 7/15-7/17: Now That's More Like It

And now, beating the Twins! Because that's something that needed to happen in 2016 to prove the Indians are legitimate contenders.*

Your highs and lows of the series win over the Minnesota Twins.


High & Low of Indians Vs Yankees 7/7-7/10: Give Me a Break

The kicker here is that the Indians could have very well had themselves a split or a series win if the one-run games had gone their way. Each team had a bigger win and then played two close ones. Of course Sunday turned out to be closer than anyone would have thought after the Yankees dumped six on the Tribe in the top of the fifth having already chased Carlos Carrasco the inning prior. When you look at the games though, they really shouldn't have been in that position.

Allow me to explain as we explore the Highs and Lows of their series loss to the New York Yankees.


High & Low of Indians Vs Tigers 7/4-7/6: First Place Tribe

Dusting things off, sorry about that. Like the new digs? I do. I figured what was the point of writing with the old place looking cruddy, right? Who wants to go into a house and look around when the outside has broken windows, a broken up driveway, and an unmowed lawn? I certainly don't want to live in one, so why would I ask you to visit?

Well, things are fixed up with some extra time and we're back! The good news is you probably could distinguish a lot of the highs from the past month, even though it's been two months since our last rundown. I mean, the entire month of June, high, right? Okay, now that we've got that out of the way, let's get down to business.

Here are your highs and lows for the Indians last series against the Tigers until September. Boy, aren't they glad about that?