In this episode of CapFigure Podcast, we continue our 2017 team previews with the Cleveland Indians. Facing declining team attendance and revenues for the better part of the past decade, the Indians surprised many by coming within inches of winning the World Series. Nonetheless the Tribe and their fans are optimistic after winning the 2016 AL Pennant with a young core and the blockbuster signing of slugger Edwin Encarnacion. If you call yourself a baseball fan, you won’t want to miss a thing!

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  • Introduction: Ryan DePaulo & Thomas L. McLaughlin
  • 2016 Cleveland Indians Recap
  • Breakdown of Indians Farm System, Roster and Payroll
  • Predictions & Expectations for 2017
  • Final Comments, Criticisms & Closing

CapFigure Podcast takes listeners on an exhilarating journey through relevant topics within the world of professional sports’ organizations.  Ryan DePaulo, formerly of ESPN Radio, delivers a witty, unapologetic and unfiltered attitude to hosting the show; balancing the calculated, clean-cut demeanor of CapFigure Founder and former leveraged finance investment banker, Thomas L. McLaughlin.

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