September 19, 2014

Medina
Mostly clear
58°F

Indians lose a tough one

CLEVELAND — It was a long and agonizing march to defeat for the Indians at Progressive Field on Wednesday. Cleveland got another quality effort from prized pitching prospect Danny Salazar, some timely hitting and a stifling performance from nearly ev… Read More…

Indians notes: Corey Kluber to miss at least a month

CLEVELAND — Corey Kluber is expected to miss at least a month with a right finger sprain, but the Indians are confident the right-hander will pitch again before the regular season is complete. It took Kluber’s rotation mate Zach McAllister seve… Read More…

Indians: Raburn signs two-year extension

CLEVELAND — It’s been a bounce back season for utility player Ryan Raburn and Wednesday he got his reward. Considering leaving the game after a trying year in Detroit last season, Raburn signed a two-year contract extension with the Indians wor… Read More…

Tigers continue mastery of Indians as Justin Verlander wins battle of aces with Justin Masterson

CLEVELAND — Perhaps it’s time the Indians turn their attention to the American League wild-card race. Winning the Central Division doesn’t look real promising at this point. Another game against first-place Detroit brought another loss for Clevel… Read More…

Tribe notes: Sprained finger lands Corey Kluber on DL

CCLEVELAND — The Indians were dealt a significant blow prior to Tuesday’s game against Detroit when Corey Kluber landed on the disabled list with a sprained right finger. Kluber, one of Cleveland’s top starters this season, is expected to miss at… Read More…

No closer to Tigers: Detroit snatches win from Indians with four runs off Chris Perez in ninth inning

CLEVELAND — A key Central Division showdown couldn’t have begun any worse for the Indians. Seemingly en route to a win in the series opener of a four-game set with first-place Detroit, Cleveland instead tasted a bitter defeat as the Tigers rallied … Read More…

Indians notes: Manager Terry Francona supports baseball drug suspensions

CLEVELAND — Indians manager Terry Francona offered his support of Major League Baseball’s decision to hand down suspensions to 13 players Monday, even calling commissioner Bud Selig to convey as much. Francona, who is close with Selig from his … Read More…