April 30, 2016

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Black Keys drummer: ‘I’m always nervous’

CLEVELAND — Patrick Carney’s stomach was as jumpy as when he’s on stage in Madison Square Garden before 20,000 fans. “I’m always nervous,” he said. Carney, drummer for The Black Keys, the Grammy Award-winning rock duo from Akron, Ohio, calmed himself long enough to throw out the ceremonial first pitch Tuesday as the Cleveland Indians opened Read More…

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Commentary: A postponed Opening Day won’t be the same, and that’s sad for the fans

CLEVELAND — The rain, sleet, snow, hail combination had stopped. Fans lined up at the gates. Some of the Indians, donning winter hats, played catch in the outfield grass. Then came the announcement: Opening Day had been postponed. Talk about a buzz kill. For the fans who spent 365 days planning their festivities, and rose Read More…

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Indians notes: Roberto Perez cleared after concussion tests

CLEVELAND — The Indians dodged an early season injury obstacle Monday. Backup catcher Roberto Perez, who took a foul tip off the mask during an during an exhibition game in Arlington, Texas, on Saturday, received medical clearance after undergoing tests for a concussion. Perez was already on Cleveland’s final 25-man roster submitted Sunday, but relief Read More…

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Jim Ingraham: Smile … Opening Day is here

Other sports simply begin their seasons. Only baseball has Opening Day. There’s actually a name for it. It’s the perfect name for the perfect game. America’s oldest game. Opening Day … it’s hard to say it without smiling, thinking good thoughts, warm thoughts. The summer game is back. Opening Day tells us that. It makes Read More…

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Indians vs. Red Sox: Opening Day brings excitement and anxiety … not to mention a battle of Cy Young Award winners

CLEVELAND — For the first time since 2012, Indians fans have the opportunity to celebrate two of the most memorable moments of the baseball season when the Tribe hosts the Boston Red Sox at Progressive Field today at 4:10 p.m. It’s Opening Day and the home opener all wrapped into one. “I think it’s probably Read More…

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Indians feeling good, ready to start season

ARLINGTON, Texas — The last of the games that don’t count is in the books and the Indians are more than ready to start playing the ones that do. Rajai Davis hit his first homer this spring, a three-run drive that sent Cleveland past Texas 3-1 Saturday. The Indians finished exhibition play with six straight Read More…

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Ready to go: Cody Anderson turns in strong outing in his final spring training start to lead Indians past Rangers

ARLINGTON, Texas — Cody Anderson was so good Friday night, he kept pitching after he left the game. Anderson, who was named to the Indians’ starting rotation this week, allowed only three hits in 6⅔ innings as Cleveland beat the Texas Rangers 9-1 on Friday night. Anderson held Texas scoreless until Ryan Cordell hit a Read More…

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Indians: Carlos Carrasco solid on mound, as Tribe leaves Arizona with win over Reds

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Opening Day is right around the corner. The Indians broke spring training camp Thursday with a 3-1 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. The Indians headed to Arlington, Texas, for two games against the Rangers. The regular season is scheduled to begin Monday afternoon at 4:10 against the Boston Red Sox at Progressive Read More…

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Jim Ingraham: Indians have a good problem … too much pitching

In Major League Baseball’s 2011 June draft, 1,530 players were selected overall. Only two of them were selected ahead of Trevor Bauer, who went No. 3 to Arizona. Five picks later the Indians selected Francisco Lindor at No. 8. With the 428th pick overall, the Indians, in the 14th round, selected Cody Anderson. There were Read More…

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Indians set pitching rotation: Cody Anderson, Josh Tomlin in as fourth and fifth starters; Trevor Bauer heading to bullpen

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Trevor Bauer lost his grip on a starting job. Bauer, who made 30 starts last season and figured to be part of Cleveland’s strong rotation this year, will be pitching out of the bullpen. Indians manager Terry Francona finalized his starting rotation Wednesday, and it doesn’t include Bauer, the quirky, hard-throwing right-hander Read More…

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