June 30, 2016

Medina
Mostly sunny
81°F
 

Indians sweep Royals, begin long road trip in first place

CLEVELAND — The Indians’ 10-game homestand didn’t begin the way they wanted, but they have no problem with how it ended. Cleveland dropped four of the first five games at Progressive Field but bounced back to win the last five, culminating with a 7-0 victory Sunday afternoon that completed a four-game sweep of the defending Read More…

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Indians notes: Joba Chamberlain to leave DL today

CLEVELAND — Right-hander Joba Chamberlain will be activated from the disabled list today, according to Indians manager Terry Francona. Chamberlain, who was effective out of the bullpen to start the season — 1.93 ERA over 14 appearances (14 innings) — has been sidelined since May 23 with an intercostal strain. The intercostal muscles are located Read More…

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Indians 7, Royals 1: Tribe beats KC to take over first place

CLEVELAND — By virtue of their 7-1 victory over the Royals at Progressive Field on Saturday night, the Indians are atop the Central Division standings for the second time this season. They have plenty of people to thank for getting them there. Josh Tomlin continued his impressive start to the year with another quality outing, Read More…

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Indians Commentary: Michael Brantley still on DL, but plenty of good things happening in Tribe Town

Michael Brantley is on the disabled list with no set timetable for his return, but there are still a number of reasons to be pleased with what the Indians accomplished over the first 53 games of the season. Here are a few: Without Brantley and Carlos Carrasco for much of the season, the star-studdedless Indians Read More…

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Indians Commentary: Michael Brantley still on DL, but plenty of good things happening in Tribe Town

Michael Brantley is on the disabled list with no set timetable for his return, but there are still a number of reasons to be pleased with what the Indians accomplished over the first 53 games of the season. Here are a few: Without Brantley and Carlos Carrasco for much of the season, the star-studdedless Indians Read More…

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Indians Commentary: Michael Brantley still on DL, but plenty of good things happening in Tribe Town

Michael Brantley is on the disabled list with no set timetable for his return, but there are still a number of reasons to be pleased with what the Indians accomplished over the first 53 games of the season. Here are a few: Without Brantley and Carlos Carrasco for much of the season, the star-studdedless Indians Read More…

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Indians Commentary: Michael Brantley still on DL, but plenty of good things happening in Tribe Town

Michael Brantley is on the disabled list with no set timetable for his return, but there are still a number of reasons to be pleased with what the Indians accomplished over the first 53 games of the season. Here are a few: Without Brantley and Carlos Carrasco for much of the season, the star-studdedless Indians Read More…

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Indians Notes: Tyler Naquin back in big leagues to stay?

CLEVELAND — Outfielder Tyler Naquin is back in the big leagues, and it looks as though this time it’s to stay. With the recent suspension of Marlon Byrd, Naquin has returned to the picture for the Indians, who are still awaiting the activation of left fielder Michael Brantley. It hasn’t been the easiest journey this Read More…

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Danny Salazar sizzles again as Indians take first two vs. KC

CLEVELAND — Former Cy Young award winner Corey Kluber is still the Indians’ ace, but he’s getting a significant push from Danny Salazar. Salazar’s sparkling season continued in earnest Friday night at Progressive Field as the right-hander pitched Cleveland to a 6-1 victory over the first-place Kansas City Royals. Despite walking five batters, Salazar limited Read More…

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Indians notes: Still no timetable for Michael Brantley to begin rehab assignment, according to manager Terry Francona

CLEVELAND — Michael Brantley was expected to progress from tee work to soft-toss swinging Friday, but there is still no timetable for the left fielder to begin a minor league rehab assignment. “By all accounts, he feels good,” manager Terry Francona said of Brantley, who has been sidelined since May 14 after being placed on Read More…

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