April 30, 2016

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Indians fall to Phillies on Ryan Howard’s walk-off home run

PHILADELPHIA — Another day, another walk-off loss for the Cleveland Indians. The Indians lost 4-3 to the Phillies on Friday when Ryan Howard led off the 11th inning with a home run off Cody Allen on a full count. It was Howard’s fifth home run of the season and sixth career game-ending shot. As for Read More…

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Indians down Twins to spoil Berrios’ MLB debut

MINNEAPOLIS — Francisco Lindor drove in three runs and the Cleveland Indians spoiled the big league debut of Jose Berrios with a 6-5 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday night. Carlos Santana had three hits and the Indians avoided losing to the Twins on a walk-off hit for the third consecutive night. Cody Allen Read More…

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One on, one off: Indians activate Brantley, send Carrasco to disabled list

CLEVELAND — The Indians added one key player to their roster, but they lost another Monday prior to the series opener against the Twins in Minnesota. Left fielder Michael Brantley, the team’s top hitter was activated from the disabled list after being sidelined to start the season while recovering from offseason right shoulder surgery. Brantley Read More… Read More…

Indians sweep Tigers but Carlos Carrasco injures hamstring

DETROIT — Cleveland manager Terry Francona would normally be happy with a sweep in Detroit, but he had more pressing matters on his mind Sunday afternoon. The Indians lost starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco to a hamstring injury in the third inning during a 6-3 win Sunday, and the prognosis doesn’t look great. “It’s going to Read More… Read More…

Indians’ offense helps Kluber earn first win

DETROIT — Corey Kluber got a big boost even before throwing a pitch. Yan Gomes and the Cleveland Indians scored three runs in the first inning and kept going Saturday, making it easier for Kluber to cruise to a 10-1 win over the Detroit Tigers. Gomes homered and drove in five runs, and Kluber (1-3) Read More… Read More…

Carlos Santana provides spark in leadoff spot as Indians edge Tigers

DETROIT — Terry Francona had a hunch Carlos Santana should be moved up in the lineup to lead off against Justin Verlander, hoping the designated hitter would work deep into counts against the standout pitcher. He did that, and more. Santana and Marlon Byrd homered off Verlander, lifting the Cleveland Indians to a 2-1 victory Read More… Read More…

Indians experience a mound of trouble: Mariners beat Tribe on Robinson Cano’s 10th-inning homer off closer Cody Allen

CLEVELAND — The Indians were armed, but they were far from dangerous. Pitching problems were at the root of Cleveland’s second straight loss Thursday afternoon as the Mariners took advantage to slug out a 10-7, 10-inning victory in the series finale at Progressive Field. Down 5-0 and 7-3, the Indians rallied to tie it at Read More… Read More…

Indians notes: Michael Brantley set to play back-to-back rehab games

CLEVELAND — Michael Brantley is scheduled to make consecutive rehab appearances for the first time, playing for Triple-A Columbus tonight and Saturday. According to manager Terry Francona, it’s a hurdle Brantley (right shoulder surgery) must clear before leaving the disabled list and joining the Indians. “He’s chomping at the bit, which is good. That means Read More… Read More…

Danny Salazar turns in another strong performance, but offense struggles as Indians lose close one to Mariners

CLEVELAND — The Indians got another impressive performance from starting pitcher Danny Salazar. The Mariners got an even better one from right-hander Tajuan Walker. Salazar and Walker dueled for much of Wednesday night at Progressive Field, with Seattle doing just a bit more off Cleveland’s fire-balling right-hander to scratch out a 2-1 win and even Read More… Read More…

Indians notes: Closer Cody Allen keeping faith in Bryan Shaw

CLEVELAND — Indians setup man Bryan Shaw is off to a rough start and Tribe fans are blasting the right-hander for a pair of poor performances among five appearances to begin the season. Closer Cody Allen isn’t concerned. “Nobody’s worried about him,” Allen said of Shaw, who posted a 2.93 ERA during his first three Read More… Read More…