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This week’s edition of the Terry’s Talkin’ podcast with cleveland.com and Plain Dealer columnist Terry Pluto, and host David Campbell: The Guardians are tied for first heading into Wednesday night’s game at Minnesota. How are they doing this? Why Emmanuel Clase has the best stuff of any reliever Terry has seen since … Jose Mesa? And speaking of comparisons, Shane Bieber’s curveball has Terry thinking about another Cleveland pitcher of lore; What the Browns can do for a backup to Jacoby Brissett; Mike Brown’s hire with the Sacramento Kings and what it means about culture, and why the Cavaliers are in a good place with their culture, and their young roster; Is Ohio State’s Malaki Branham, out of St. Vincent-St. Mary High School, a good fit with the Cavs in Thursday night’s NBA Draft 2022? Terry’s Faith & You column this week, about the remarkable life of a man named Rob Sharkey; And some Hey, Terry! questions about what Franmil Reyes can do to get hot again in his return to the Guardians; would Colin Kaepernick make sense for the Browns if Deshaun Watson is suspended; and whether Kevin Love will be back with the Cavaliers for the 2022-23 season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Highlights from this week's podcast with Terry Pluto and host David Campbell: Why it was a good idea for Deshaun Watson to meet with reporters at minicamp, though it probably won’t change anything; Whether Terry thinks Baker Mayfield will be starting for the Carolina Panthers against the Browns on opening weekend of the NFL season; Why Terry says Myles Garrett should have visited the Hall of Fame with his teammates Wednesday; What’s up with the short practices Kevin Stefanski is running at minicamp this week? Should Jose Ramirez be the AL MVP frontrunner? Oddsmakers have him fourth right now; Why the “Jose Hustle” should become a thing; What kind of deal Collin Sexton should be expecting heading into the 2022 season; Terry shares some of the stories from this weekend’s Faith & You column, where readers send in some of their fondest Father’s Day memories; And Terry answers some Hey, Terry questions about whether the Browns would retire Phil Dawson’s number; and how Oscar Gonzalez almost got away from the Guardians over the offseason. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Highlights of this week's Terry's Talkin' with host David Campbell and Terry Pluto, columnist for cleveland.com and The Plain Dealer: Why the Browns are anything but “comfortable” with the newest Deshaun Watson revelations; What Terry thinks about the Browns excusing Baker Mayfield from next week’s mandatory minicamp; Can Emmanuel Clase be the next All-Star-caliber closer for the Cleveland baseball franchise? Why Terry thinks the Guardians’ Andres Gimenez will be an All-Star in his own right; Do the Cavs need a “pest” on their roster – a player who can get under opponents’ skin the way Draymond Green does for the Golden State Warriors? And if so, who might that be? What the Cavs might do with Collin Sexton this offseason, and the idea of offering him a two-year deal instead of a one-year; Terry discusses his Faith & You column for this week, which is about a child who loses a parent to a drug overdose and how they can cope with the loss; And Terry answers some Hey, Terry questions from fans about Odell Beckham Jr. and a possible return to Cleveland; how the Browns might use David Njoku in the 2022 offense; and what Browns position group is the most concerning. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Highlights from this week’s podcast with host David Campbell and Terry Pluto, columnist for cleveland.com and The Plain Dealer: ·      Why Terry is OK with David Njoku’s new four-year, $56.750 million deal that makes him the NFL’s fifth-highest-paid tight end; ·      Will Kevin Stefanski move the Browns offense away from so many three-tight-end formations? ·      Why Oscar Gonzalez is a breath of fresh air in the Guardians outfield; ·      How excited should fans be about Gonzalez, anyway? ·     Terry’s take on Luke Walton returning to Cleveland to work on J.B. Bickerstaff’s coaching staff; ·     Terry discusses this week’s Faith & You column, including a story of a stuffed Snoopy, and Rocky Colavito’s advice making a difference; ·     Terry answers some Hey Terry! questions, including one on whether the Browns might want to bring back Joe Haden. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to this week’s edition of the Terry’s Talkin’ podcast with cleveland.com and Plain Dealer columnist Terry Pluto, and host David Campbell: Terry on what we can learn about the Browns’ approach to Baker Mayfield from the way they handled the Jadeveon Clowney signing; Deshaun Watson settles in at OTAs; How Jerome Ford can make an impact in 2022, and beyond; As the Browns put a basketball hoop on their practice field, Terry talks about other pro athletes who were surprisingly good at more than one sport, including Jim Thome and Rick Manning; Why the upcoming stretch of games against sub-.500 teams is important for the Guardians; The Warriors are back in the NBA Finals, without Kevin Durant; Terry has thoughts on what the Cavs can take from their success; Terry shares his thoughts on this week’s Faith & You column, where he writes during graduation season about what he would tell his younger; and we discuss the lost art of letter writing; We share some excellent fan responses to what pieces of Cleveland sports memorabilia they would like to have if money were no object, in the wake of Diego Maradona’s World Cup jersey going for $9.3 million at auction; And Terry answers this week’s “Hey, Terry!” questions, including one about whether the podcast host interrupts him too much.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Highlights from this week’s podcast with host David Campbell and Terry Pluto, columnist for cleveland.com and The Plain Dealer: Why the Guardians’ culture is helping them stay in contention despite all the upheaval of the early season; What Terry Francona’s comments on robot umps say about his strengths as a manager; What Terry’s thinking about a possible extension for Browns tight end David Njoku; What we think the Browns’ schedule says about how the NFL feels about them this season; Terry’s take on why Evan Mobley made the All-Rookie First Team, but lost out on Rookie of the Year to Toronto’s Scottie Barnes; Terry discusses this weekend’s “Faith & You” column, which is about “seeing” people in need and how sometimes just being there is enough; And we share some of the excellent fan responses about what piece of Cleveland sports memorabilia they would love to have if money was no object. This is a follow-up from our callout last week as we talked about the multimillion-dollar auction of the “Hand of God” soccer jersey worn in the 1986 World Cup by Diego Maradona. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We discuss the Guardians having Wednesday’s game canceled because of positive COVID tests for Terry Francona and DeMarlo Hale; What Josh Naylor brings to the Guardians, besides a big bat and clutch hits; and which former Cleveland players brought the same kind of juice; Which player Terry thinks is No. 2 on his Guardians MVP ballot right now, behind Jose Ramirez; Fact or fiction: Part of the reason the Browns can’t move Baker Mayfield is because the rest of the NFL is holding Deshaun Watson’s guaranteed contract against them; We clarify a change in the NFL’s CBA about who’ll be making the decision on Watson’s discipline from the league; Terry discusses his Faith & You column for the weekend, which is about why it’s impossible to fix someone else’s life they don’t want it fixed; Terry’s take on a fan question about whether avoiding an “awkward situation” with Baker Mayfield is worth not playing him and potentially missing the playoffs; And we finish with some discussion about which pieces of Cleveland sports memorabilia we’d most like to own if money was not an object. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Terry breaks down the 2022 Browns draft class and gives a quick scouting report on each player; He discusses why Akron football coach Joe Moorhead said, “Oh, no!” when the Browns drafted Martin Emerson; We delve into the question, “Will Baker Mayfield ever be traded?” What to know about the NFL’s announcement that Hue Jackson’s claims of the Browns tanking games were unfounded; What Terry’s feeling about the homestanding Guardians; What can be done with Franmil Reyes, who was batting .139 coming off the West Coast trip, with 38 strikeouts; How the Cavs can “unlock” Isaac Okoro offensively; What Terry thinks the Cavs should give up to land a veteran point guard; Terry shares his Faith & You column for this week, which features readers and their memories of Mom heading into Mother’s Day weekend; We answer some Hey Terry questions about Browns kicker Cade York, and Guardians prospect Oscar Gonzalez. And Terry gets the right answer on a Terry’s Trivia question about the just-completed draft. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
·      Are the Browns better? And if so, how much? ·      What Terry would do if he was on the clock Friday night for the Browns; ·      What the Guardians are doing to elevate their farm system, which is ranked 12th in MLB by Baseball America and MLB.com; ·      Players Guardians fans should keep an eye on as the team moves into May and the (hopefully) warmer weather; ·      What the Cavaliers missed out on by failing to win a play-in game, and what J.B. Bickerstaff could have done differently against Atlanta; ·      Why the Cavs need to find a veteran point guard this offseason, and two names who could be on their list; ·      What the Cavs should do with Collin Sexton, and how that approach could work out for everyone involved; ·      Terry previews this weekend’s Faith & You column, where he calls Indians legend Rocky Colavito for advice on what to do when you have a friend who is dying; ·      A Hey, Terry! question about a draft deal the Browns might be able to swing to find a player, and send Baker Mayfield out of town; ·      And Terry has a Terry’s Trivia question about three coaches who worked for the San Diego ABA franchise, two of whom would come to Cleveland. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We break down the Cavaliers’ 115-108 loss to Brooklyn on Tuesday night in an Eastern Conference play-in game Terry talks bout how he’d like to see the Cavs use Kevin Love in Friday’s do-or-die home play-in game against either Atlanta or Charlotte; Why Terry thinks the Cavs can win Friday even if Jarrett Allen isn’t able to come back from his finger injury and play; We discuss the amazing Steven Kwan, and how the Guardians outfielder has made history while making an impact at the No. 2 spot in the lineup; Terry shares his thoughts on the terrible timing of Baker Mayfield, who went on a podcast and had some things to say about how he’s been treated by the Browns; Terry discusses a recent Arizona hike and why it made him think of Easter, and forgiveness; We answer some Hey, Terry! questions about the Guardians’ payroll; and why you shouldn’t say the Browns have given up three first-rounders for Deshaun Watson; And this week’s Terry’s Trivia, about Steven Kwan’s high school and some other notable alumni who went there. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Terry talks about why the $150 contract extension agreed to by the Guardians and third baseman Jose Ramirez was important, both short and long term; Terry shares the story of how Cleveland scouted and found Ramirez when he was a teenager; and how a donkey is involved; Why this season will be such a different experience for Guardians manager Terry Francona; Terry makes his prediction on how many games the Guardians will win; they open their season Thursday at Kansas City; We discuss why the Browns’ trade for receiver Amari Cooper looks better with every passing day; Terry talks about the Browns re-signing of kicker Chase McLaughlin and what he’d like to see going forward; Terry on why this Cavs season has been a plus in every way possible, even as they limp toward the end of the regular season; What the Cavs can do to get out of their injury-caused funk; Terry’s thoughts on new Cleveland State basketball coach Daniyal Robinson; Should the Browns play Baker Mayfield as their starter for any games where Deshaun Watson is suspended by the NFL? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Terry talks about what he’s seen at Guardians spring training in Goodyear, Arizona; Josh Naylor’s impressive recovery from a gruesome injury; Why 5,000 tickets for the Guardians home opener were still available as of last week, and what it might say about how fans think about the franchise; Terry shares his takeaways from last Friday’s Deshaun Watson introductory press conference with the Browns; What might the NFL do with Deshaun Watson and his suspension in 2022? Terry’s thoughts on how the Baker Mayfield situation might resolve itself, and when the Browns might be able to swing a trade; Terry discusses his “Faith & You” column for this weekend, about people who bring “You Owe Me” baggage to a relationship, and how it relates to his childhood dog, Pepper.  Terry answers some “Hey, Terry” questions from fans about whether a Browns trade to Carolina for Christian McCaffrey would make sense; and whether the Guardians should trade Jose Ramirez sooner than later to maximize the return. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Browns’ trade for Deshaun Watson, and how the team may address the anger and disappointment of fans who disapprove of the move because of sexual assault allegations against him; Why the Browns basically let Watson and the Texans write their own terms of the deal; What’s next for Baker Mayfield after he went from being the Browns’ starter to apparently a quarterback without a home; Should the Browns try to bring back Jarvis Landry, Jadeveon Clowney and …. Odell Beckham Jr.? What the Cavs need to learn from Monday night’s loss to LeBron James and the Lakers; Terry on what the Guardians need to do to solve their corner-outfield problems; And this week’s Terry’s Trivia question about the NBA/ABA list of the top 10 career scoring leaders. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Why Terry doesn’t think the Browns should make the trade for Deshaun Watson: What fans are saying about the pros and cons of the proposed trade, both off the field and on it; Terry’s thoughts on Baker Mayfield’s letter to Cleveland on Tuesday night; Have the Browns painted themselves into a corner with their quarterback situation? Why they have, and haven’t; Can the Cavaliers hold onto the sixth spot in the East? Terry on why Lauri Markkanen is underrated and worth so much more to the Cavs than his long-range shooting; How J.B. Bickerstaff is holding the ship together for the injury-plagued Cavaliers; Terry shares his insights on the surprising Akron Zips basketball team, which will take on UCLA in March Madness, and the unlikely story of MAC Tournament MVP Enrique Freeman; Terry answers a couple of Hey, Terry! questions on the Guardians’ name change, and their TV contract with Bally’s; And a Terry’s Trivia question about Amari Cooper and one of his high school teammates. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Terry shares his thoughts on the trade of Russell Wilson to Denver, the Packers keeping Aaron Rodgers, and what Matt Ryan’s age and contract mean for the Browns this offseason; After Darius Garland went for a career-high 41 points to go with 13 assists in Tuesday’s win over the Pacers, Terry talks about Cavs he’s seen take over games, and which Cavs guards he’s reminded of when he watches Garland; Terry discusses what Rajon Rondo’s return from injury might mean to the rotation; After David Njoku was franchised by the Browns, Terry talks about what he thinks the future holds for him; After Calvin Ridley’s suspension by the NFL, we consider whether players be allowed to bet on their own sport; Terry talks about the Case Western Reserve men’s basketball team, which has made the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division III Tournament; Sports are an important pastime for people who are caretakers or are shut in, something Terry highlights in his Faith & You column this week; We answer a Hey, Terry! question about whether Kevin Stefanski is the right coach for the Browns right now; And this week’s Terry’s Trivia, about the Browns and the franchise tag. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Highlights for this week's podcast: What Terry thought about comments by Browns GM Andrew Berry at the NFL Combine on Baker Mayfield and other offseason decisions; Why Terry thinks the Browns should seek a pass rusher with the 13th pick in the first round; $8 million could be an important number for the Browns; Terry explains why; Is tight end David Njoku worth the $10 million-plus he’s expected to draw on a new contract? Terry on why a slow tempo is the Cavaliers’ best friend; Why it’s fine that Darius Garland participated in All-Star Weekend, even though he’s sidelined with a back injury now; What it is Terry likes about the Cavs’ Junkyard Dog Award; Terry discusses the red-hot Kent State men’s basketball team, which will be one of the favorites at next week’s Mid-American Conference Tournament in Cleveland; Some Hey, Terry! questions on who would make the decision if Kevin Stefanski ends up not calling plays in 2022; and whether Baker Mayfield is the right in Cleveland going forward; And this week’s “Terry’s Trivia,” about the Cavs’ franchise top-10 list for most blocks in a season. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Highlights from this week's podcast:   Terry’s thoughts on the big weekend that was NBA All-Star Game 2022, where Cleveland showed its best side to the world; How the Cavs All-Stars can keep their feet on the ground after a star-struck weekend; Would LeBron James fit on this version of the Cavaliers? How Darius Garland and Caris LeVert prepare for the homestretch of the NBA regular season; Terry on Jarvis Landry’s string of Tweets; will he be a Brown in 2022? Why Terry likes Teddy Bridgewater as a backup QB from the Browns; The story behind Cleveland State basketball’s Horizon League regular-season title and the snowstorm they had to drive through to capture it; A “Hey, Terry” question on whether fans have more fondness for this version of the Cavs and the 1990s team than for the 2016 NBA champions; And this week’s “Terry’s Trivia,” about which college football program has the most players on the Browns roster. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Why it’s a treat to be in Cleveland when the Cavs are good and the NBA is coming to town for All-Star Weekend; J.B. Bickerstaff’s message for the Cavs heading into the break was: “We’ll be fine.” What’s Terry think of that? Terry answers some key questions the Cavs will face coming out of All-Star Weekend; What do Mark Price and Darius Garland have in common? Terry shares his conversation with Price this week; Why point guard is the hardest position for a young player to learn in the NBA; Terry on how the national narrative on the Browns and Odell Beckham Jr. has gotten woefully off course; What the Bengals – and the Browns – could have learned from watching the Super Bowl halftime show; Do the Browns have the makings of a defense good enough to get them to the Super Bowl next season? Terry discusses this week’s Faith & You column, where he shares the tale of a long-ago trip to Pennsylvania with his father to woo a baseball prospect; Terry answers fan questions on Aaron Donald removing his helmet late in the Super Bowl; and whether the Browns should draft a center in the first round; And this week’s Terry’s Trivia, about years the Cavs had two All-Stars play in an All-Star Game. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Highlights: Why Caris LeVert fits on the Cavs, and just not because of his stats; Why Terry disagrees with Cavs fans who think they have too many guards on the roster; What J.B. Bickerstaff means when he says the Cavs “don’t want to disappoint each other;” What Browns fans are feeling as they watch the Bengals in the Super Bowl; As discussed in this week’s cleveland.com series “Earning Their Stripes,” we talk about why the Browns aren’t that far away, they just need to upgrade at “point-scoring” positions; What Cleveland fans can learn from the Rams when it comes to needing first-round draft picks to win big; Terry discusses this week’s Faith & You column, which deals with how we tend to lash out and turn negative when bad things happen in our lives – and how we can deal with that; We answer some Hey, Terry! questions on Bill Fitch; a fan’s proposal that the Browns trade Baker Mayfield for a quality kicker; and what Caris LeVert’s arrival means for Collin Sexton’s future; And this week’s Terry’s Trivia, about the two Cavs coaches who have been named NBA Coach of the Year. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Why winning ugly might be OK for the Cavaliers with such a young roster; Terry on Evan Mobley and Isaac Okoro making the Rising Stars Game for NBA All-Star Weekend; What it says about NBA head coaches if they don’t vote for the Cavs’ Jarrett Allen as one of the All-Star reserves; Why the Cavs are far better off without Kevin Porter Jr., even if he is averaging 13.1 points per game for the Rockets; Terry on the Brian Flores lawsuit against the NFL, and Hue Jackson’s claim that the Browns paid him for each game he lost; Terry explains why Matt Ryan and Kirk Cousins can fit in the Browns’ salary cap if they trade for them, even with salaries over $45 million a year; Why Terry says MLB and the players union should agree to let players see medical and training staffs during lockouts; Terry shares background on his column on Nancy Score, who passed away recently, and her late husband Herb, the longtime Indians pitcher and announcer; Terry answers some Hey, Terry! questions on doctored field-goal uprights, and Rashard Higgins; And this week’s Terry’s Trivia question on Cavaliers who have won the Three-Point Contest at the NBA All-Star Game.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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