Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Cleveland Celebrates A Manager Of The Year After Receiving A Wedgie In The ALCS

Congratulations to Cleveland Indians Manager Eric Wedge on being named "Manager of the Year" for the American League in 2007. If Wedge is anything, he is consistent. In just his fifth year as a manager, Wedge has grown and learned quickly to earn the award, as well as the respect of his peers.
Wedge has had some bumps along the way, finishing the 2005 season just missing the playoffs by losing six out of the last seven games, a disappointing 2006 season, and the fun-filled 2007 season in which the team failed to deliver the knockout punch to the Boston Red Sox in the ALCS.
The award is well deserved. However, there is still much work to be done to get to the goal in sight, winning the World Series in 2008. Here is hoping Wedge has grown enough as a manager to accept no less.

1948 World Champion Cleveland Indians!

2008 picture goes here...


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