May 25, 2015

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Indians: Danny Salazar fans 11 in seven innings

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CLEVELAND — Sunday afternoon didn’t begin well for Danny Salazar. The end, however, was pretty much perfect. Salazar allowed a home run to the first batter of the game but found a dominant groove after that, helping the Indians to an 8-2 victory over the Twins that snapped a three-game losing streak and avoided the Read More…

Indians: Cory Kluber tosses a gem in 2-0 victory over Cardinals

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CLEVELAND — On a night when the Indians paid tribute to a legend in Bob Feller, right-hander Corey Kluber offered up a performance worthy of the Hall of Fame pitcher. Cleveland moved artifacts from the shuttered Bob Feller museum, unveiling them in the Terrace Club prior to the game. Then, Kluber went out and pitched Read More…

Cardinals vs. Indians: Lance Lynn, Matt Holliday lead St. Louis to victory

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CLEVELAND — The Indians’ inconsistent ways continued Tuesday night at Progressive Field. With an opportunity to win their second straight game for the second time all season, Cleveland instead fell 8-3 to the St. Louis Cardinals in the opener of its first interleague series. Down 4-0, the Indians fought back and were within striking distance, Read More…

Indians: Danny Salazar fans 11 in seven innings

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CLEVELAND — Sunday afternoon didn’t begin well for Danny Salazar. The end, however, was pretty much perfect. Salazar allowed a home run to the first batter of the game but found a dominant groove after that, helping the Indians to an 8-2 victory over the Twins that snapped a three-game losing streak and avoided the Read More…

Hunter gives Indians a headache

Chris Assenheimer The Gazette CLEVELAND — It was a beautiful night for baseball at Progressive Field on Friday — if you played for the Minnesota Twins. With temperatures above 80 degrees at first pitch, the Twins stayed hot, throttling the Indians 9-3 in the opener of a three-game series between Central Division rivals. Minnesota won Read More…

Tribe’s offense shows some life

Chris Assenheimer The Gazette CLEVELAND — Left-handed starting pitchers have been poison for the Indians this season. Friday night at Progressive Field, one provided the perfect tonic. Taking aim at veteran southpaw Mark Buehrle, Cleveland produced some rare offensive fireworks to beat the Blue Jays 9-4 and even the four-game series at a game apiece. Read More…

Tribe snaps skid

Chris Assenheimer The Gazette CLEVELAND — The Indians nearly reached a significant milestone Wednesday night at Progressive Field. Everyone surrounding the team is glad they fell short. Cleveland avoided a sweep at the hands of Central Division rival Kansas City with a much-needed 7-5 victory that snapped a four-game losing streak. Had the Indians lost Read More…

Royals erase Tribe’s lead with six runs in Seventh

Chris Assenheimer The Gazette CLEVELAND — The Indians finally found their offense. The search is still on for the bullpen formerly known as effective. Cleveland’s relief corps let the team down in a fateful seventh inning that propelled Kansas City to an 11-5 victory Tuesday night at Progressive Field. It was the last-place Indians’ seventh Read More…

Kluber remains winless

Chris Assenheimer The Gazette CLEVELAND — The Indians’ season-long slump continued in earnest Monday night at Progressive Field. With ace Corey Kluber on the mound, Cleveland’s lack of offense contributed mightily to a 6-2 loss in the series opener against Central Division rival Kansas City. Kluber (0-3, 4.24 ERA) wasn’t his usual dominant self, allowing Read More…

Indians: Early season struggles continue in 7-2 loss against Twins

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MINNEAPOLIS — T.J. House made strides toward rectifying his early season struggles. It just wasn’t enough to hold off the Twins. After giving up six runs in 1⅓ innings in his season debut against Detroit, House allowed five runs in 5⅔ innings on Sunday in a 7-2 defeat to Minnesota. Cleveland has lost six of Read More…