October 30, 2014

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Tribe closer Chris Perez not concerned with making friends

CLEVELAND — Chris Perez says he’s just being Chris Perez. That guy isn’t making many friends around the American League these days — and he doesn’t really care.
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The Indians fiery closer drew the ire of another opponent — Kansas City Read More…

Royals 8, Indians 2: Tribe listless in loss

CLEVELAND — The Indians want fans to start showing up to the ballpark. More performances such as the one they produced Tuesday night at Progressive Field aren’t going to help their cause.
Down big early, Cleveland, which has shown a tendency to… Read More…

Indians notes: Cabrera returns to lineup

CLEVELAND — The Indians finally got an encouraging development on the injury front Tuesday.
Though he was not in the original lineup, shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera was added as the designated hitter, returning to the field after a three-game absence… Read More…

Indians: Perez in the middle of more controversy

CLEVELAND — Chris Perez says he’s just being Chris Perez. That guy isn’t making many friends around the American League these days — and he doesn’t really care.
The Indians fiery closer drew the ire of another opponent — Kansas … Read More…

Indians battle, win without three stars

CLEVELAND — The Indians honored the veterans prior to a Memorial Day affair at Progressive Field, then they went out and showed plenty of fight without a number of their field generals.
With the heart of the lineup — Asdrubal Cabrera, Travis Hafner… Read More…

Tigers 10, Indians 1: Tribe drops another to Detroit

CLEVELAND — The Indians aren’t waving the white flag yet, but it is at half-mast and rising quickly.
A pivotal series against first-place Detroit has begun with consecutive losses for Cleveland, which was pummeled 10-1 Tuesday night at Progressive Field to fall 8 1/2 games off the pace of the first-place Tigers.
The Indians got an abysmal [...] Read More…

Tigers 10, Indians 1: Tribe takes it on the chin

The Indians fell 8 1/2 games behind the first-place Tigers on Tuesday, getting drubbed 10-1 by Detroit at Progressive Field.
Fausto Carmona took the loss after allowing seven runs on eight hits over just 1 1/3 innings — the shortest start by a Cleveland pitcher this season.
Kosuke Fukudome’s solo home run in the seventh scored the [...] Read More…

Indians notes: Kipnis activated; Carrasco headed for surgery

CLEVELAND — The Indians got some good news and some really bad news on the injury front Tuesday.
Second baseman Jason Kipnis was activated from the disabled list and was in the lineup, but starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco was moved from the 15-day to the 60-day disabled list and is scheduled to undergo Tommy John surgery [...] Read More…

Tribe notes: Grady’s back but starts out flat

CLEVELAND — It wasn’t triumphant, but Grady Sizemore made his return Monday for the opening game of a pivotal series against the Tigers.
Sizemore, out since July 18 after sustaining a right knee contusion and undergoing sports hernia surgery, was activated from the disabled list and went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts in the Indians’ 4-2 loss.
The [...] Read More…

Tigers 4, Indians 2: Tribe drops opener of key series

CLEVELAND — The Indians had all the ingredients for a big win in a big game Monday afternoon, with a packed house at Progressive Field, their heralded right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez on the mound and center fielder Grady Sizemore off the disabled list and in the lineup.
Instead, they laid a big egg and took a big [...] Read More…