Cleveland Indians Baseball

The Tribe are back! Coverage resumes tonight with as the Indians finish a four-game set with the Cincinnati Reds. Carlos Carrasco (1-1) looks to bounce back after a tough outing in Minnesota as he takes on Reds righty Luis Castillo (0-1). Pre-game starts just after 5:30 following Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon with first pitch coming your way at 6:10. It’s all here on AM 930 and 100.3 FM WEOL, your home of the Tribe! Listen on-air, online with our live stream, or with the WEOL app!

Corn Distribution Tonight!

John Butkowski from the North Ridgeville Corn Festival joined the WEOL Morning Show to discuss how this week would have marked the 46th annual Corn Festival! Unfortunately, COVID-19 is in the way of this year’s plans, but people can still get their fill of corn at tonight’s food distribution! The process is simple, all folks have to do is head down to the Shady Drive baseball complex off Sugar Ridge Road, drive to the last pavilion of the complex, roll down your windows, and receive a half dozen ears of corn! A safe and socially distanced way to enjoy some of the best corn around! The distribution will run tonight from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM. Additional details can be found at the North Ridgeville Corn Festival website.

August 5th COVID-19 Update


Latest Numbers

Here are the latest Lorain County COVID-19 numbers from the Lorain County Public Health Department:

1,684 total cases

1,522 confirmed cases

162 probable cases*

1,021 recovered cases

72 total fatalities

Age range: 3 months-103 years

Columbus Blue Jackets Playoff Preview

Columbus Blue Jackets insider and Lorain native Jeff Svaboda joined Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon to talk about the Jacket’s return to the NHL bubble. Jeff outlined how CBJ can knock off the Toronto Maple Leafs in their opening playoff series!

Play Their Style

The main key for the Jackets is being able to play their style. John Tortorella’s bunch play a much slower, “grindier” style than Toronto. Slow-tempo games with lower scoring numbers will certainly favor Columbus moving forward in this series.

“It’s the third highest scoring team against the third best defensive team”, said Svaboda. “Whichever team wins that battle and gets the game to be played in their style is going to win”. Toronto’s scoring average sits at 3.4 goals per contest while the Jackets allow an average of just 2.67 goals per night.

Svaboda mentioned that one of the main focuses the past two weeks for the Jackets has been trying to rediscover their identity as a team. Jeff says that’s easier said than done, but Cam Atkinson and friends seem up to the challenge.

Listen to the entire interview here!

The Jackets and Leafs are currently tied in the series with one win a piece. The puck drops for Game 3 on Thursday, August 6th, at 8:00 PM!