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Cleveland Indians

4-12-09 Morning roundup

By Ron Published: April 12, 2009

Indians seem to be stuck in Groundhog Day, the Movie. ... Bad pitching, untimely hitting, another loss. The 0-5 start is the worst since 1985.

Here is the breakdown:

Sheldon Ocker calls it a full blown slump, but manager Eric Wedge sees progress.

Sheldon uses his Sunday column to talk about the beginning of the Tribe resurgence 15 years ago.

Pat McManamon revisits the debacle that was Opening Day among other things in his weekly column.

Over at MLB.com, Anthony Castrovince points out that Roy Halladay of the Blue Jays played a part in the Indians loss Saturday.

Castrovince also writes about the cautious approach the Tribe is taking with today's starter Anthony Reyes and on his blog that a loss today would be the worst start since 1914.

Paul Hoynes points out that Chief Wahoo is tough to find in Arizona in his weekly column for Cleveland.com.

Terry Pluto weighs in on the horrible start for the Tribe.

HERE IS SOME OTHER STUFF AROUND BASEBALL:

The New York Times looks at the steroids issue with an outstanding article.

CC Sabathia gets his first victory for the Yankees, in beating the Royals.

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