June 26, 2016

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Indians move to 7-0 against Tigers this season

Chris Assenheimer The Gazette DETROIT — The Detroit Tigers used to dominate the Indians. Now, it’s the other way around. Cleveland opened a three-game series against the Tigers with its seventh straight victory over its Central Division rival — a 7-4 decision in front of a raucous 37,886 fans at Comerica Park on Friday night. Read More…

Indians 6, Rays 1: Bauer hurls three-hitter as Indians close out undefeated June at home

CLEVELAND — Trevor Bauer put an exclamation point on a perfect homestand by the Indians. The right-hander was brilliant in throwing a three-hitter for his second career complete game, leading the Tribe to a 6-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday. It was Cleveland’s 11th straight triumph at Progressive Field — matching the Read More…

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Indians notes: Tribe gives hold sign to Brantley’s rehab

CLEVELAND — The Indians have hit the pause button on Michael Brantley’s rehabilitation program. The All-Star left fielder rejoined the Tribe prior to its Wednesday series finale against Tampa Bay, but will not resume physical activities until this weekend. One day earlier, Brantley received a cortisone injection to alleviate his right biceps tendinitis in Dallas. Read More…

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Cavs legend Joe Tait tuned into Finals victory

Once in his life, he had to pay attention to every intimate detail of the Cavaliers. Those days are in the past. Joe Tait, affectionately known by fans as the “voice of the Cavaliers,” was the radio play-by-play broadcaster for 38 years. The Medina County resident began the job during the Cavs’ inaugural year in Read More…

Indians 6, Rays 0: Kluber crafts 3-hitter to lift Tribe to 5th straight win

CLEVELAND — This is the Corey Kluber the Indians and their fans know and love. Cleveland’s ace has had an inconsistent season thus far, but there have been moments of brilliance, such as Tuesday night at Progressive Field, where Kluber pitched the Indians to a 6-0 victory over the Rays. In one of his more Read More…

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Indians notes: Another setback for Michael Brantley

CLEVELAND — There is more bad news where Michael Brantley is concerned. According to manager Terry Francona, Brantley suffered another setback with his surgically-repaired right shoulder, which means the left fielder won’t be beginning a minor-league rehab assignment anytime soon. Brantley had been limited to hitting off a tee and taking soft-toss after being placed Read More…

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Indians rally by Rays for 4th win in row, 9th straight at home

CLEVELAND — The excitement for the city of Cleveland didn’t end with the Cavaliers winning Game 7 of the NBA Finals on Sunday. It continued Monday night as the first-place Indians opened a three-game series against Tampa Bay with a 7-4 come-from-behind victory in front of 13,811 fans at Progressive Field. Cleveland trailed on three Read More…

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Indians notes: Francona joined Cavs fans to watch Game 7

CLEVELAND — Manager Terry Francona joined legions of Cleveland fans downtown who watched the Cavaliers win Game 7 of the NBA Finals to end the city’s championship drought. Francona lives in the apartments at The Metropolitan at the 9 and took in the game from one of the restaurant/bar spots in the building. “By the Read More…

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Indians notes: Francona joined Cavs fans to watch Game 7

CLEVELAND — Manager Terry Francona joined legions of Cleveland fans downtown who watched the Cavaliers win Game 7 of the NBA Finals to end the city’s championship drought. Francona lives in the apartments at The Metropolitan at the 9 and took in the game from one of the restaurant/bar spots in the building. “By the Read More…

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Indians notes: Carlos Carrasco returning to form

CLEVELAND — Carlos Carrasco has gotten better each time out since leaving the disabled list June 2. The right-hander was at his best in the series finale against Chicago on Sunday. In his fourth start since being activated from the injured list, Carrasco helped the Indians to a sweep-clinching 3-2 win over the White Sox, Read More…

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