4/15/2014 | Across nation, baseball celebrates Jackie's legacy
The 67th anniversary of the day Jackie Robinson played his first game for the Brooklyn Dodgers was greeted with tributes, ceremonies, remembrances and hundreds of uniform No. 42s across baseball on Tuesday.
4/15/2014 | Bourn's return delayed by weather in Motown
A light snowfall and frigid temperatures robbed Michael Bourn of his first game of the season with the Indians on Tuesday. Inside the warm confines of Comerica Park's visitors' clubhouse, the center fielder was just thrilled to be back with the team.
4/15/2014 | Weather washes out Tuesday's game in Detroit
Tuesday's scheduled night game against the Tigers was postponed due to inclement weather. Comerica Park still had a pile of snow in shallow center field a few hours before the scheduled first pitch and the temperature in Detroit was near freezing.
4/15/2014 | Indians, Tigers ready to renew AL Central rivalry
Following Tuesday's rainout, right-hander Zach McAllister will get the ball for the Indians as they square off against Anibal Sanchez and the Tigers on Wednesday to open the series at Comerica Park.
4/14/2014 | Santana's dedication paying off in unique role
An offseason idea turned Spring Training experiment is now a reality for the Tribe. In the early days of this young season, Carlos Santana is garnering the bulk of the innings at third base, hitting in the heart of the order and spelling Yan Gomes behind the plate when the catcher needs a day off. It is a unique role that no one else in the game can claim.
4/14/2014 | Tribe prospect Adams has power arm suited for 'pen
There are times a scout only gets to see a player for a brief period of play. I got to see Cleveland Indians pitcher Austin Adams only once during this past Spring Training. But it was enough for me to sit up and take notice. I think Adams is a pitcher to remember, one with a bright future for the Tribe.
4/13/2014 | Tribe starts consistent McAllister vs. Tigers
Zach McAllister heads to the mound as the Indians open a series against the AL Central-rival Tigers on Tuesday at Comerica Park. Anibal Sanchez gets the start for Detroit.
4/13/2014 | Jackie's legacy to be honored across baseball
The 67th anniversary of the day Jackie Robinson played his first game for the Brooklyn Dodgers will be celebrated throughout baseball Tuesday with ceremonies from Yankee Stadium to Vero Beach, Fla.
4/13/2014 | Viciedo's double confirmed after umpire review
An umpire review in the second inning of Sunday's White Sox-Indians game at U.S. Cellular Field took place in regard to Dayan Viciedo's double to deep right field.
4/13/2014 | Indians rally in ninth before falling to White Sox
The Indians rallied to take the lead in the ninth, but John Axford gave up a walk-off homer in Sunday's 4-3 loss to the White Sox at rainy U.S. Cellular Field.
4/13/2014 | Chisenhall back with Tribe after birth of son
Lonnie Chisenhall returned from paternity leave on Sunday after three days away to attend to the birth of his second son, Cannon, on Thursday.
4/13/2014 | Nyjer helps coax Tito into challenging call
In the first inning of the Indians' win over the White Sox on Saturday, Nyjer Morgan was initially called out on a pickoff play, but manager Terry Francona challenged the call, which was overturned.
4/13/2014 | Santana's versatility a luxury for Tribe
Carlos Santana, now the Indians' starting third baseman, moved back to his natural position behind the plate for the third time this season on Saturday to spell Yan Gomes.
4/12/2014 | Sox eye series win behind consistent Quintana
On Sunday afternoon, the White Sox will send their most consistent starter, Jose Quintana, to the hill to face the Indians and Corey Kluber in the series finale. After dropping 17 of 19 to Cleveland in 2013, Chicago would clinch the four-game set with a win.
4/12/2014 | Raburn's clutch hit, sturdy 'pen deliver win
Ryan Raburn bolstered his reputation as a White Sox killer by providing the deciding blow in the seventh with a two-out, two-run single, as the Indians beat the White Sox, 12-6, on Saturday at U.S. Cellular Field. Ace Justin Masterson gave up six runs (five earned), but the 'pen held strong.
4/12/2014 | Tribe use of replay leads to big inning vs. White Sox
Chicago starter Felipe Paulino's pickoff of Cleveland's Nyjer Morgan at first base was overturned by replay review in the first inning of Saturday's contest at U.S. Cellular Field.
4/12/2014 | Bourn taking more time on rehab assignment
Indians outfielder Michael Bourn went 1-for-5 with a walk and stolen base in his second rehab start with Double-A Akron Friday night. He was replaced defensively in the 10th inning of the 13-inning game, but it was the second straight game in which Bourn played nine innings.
4/12/2014 | Santana shining defensively at third
Terry Francona already had plenty of faith in Carlos Santana's ability to make a smooth transition from catcher and first base to third. But even he has been impressed with Santana's ability to flash the leather at the hot corner.
4/12/2014 | Morgan satisfied helping any way he can
Nyjer Morgan was back in the starting lineup Saturday for the first time since Tuesday against the Padres, a span of four games in which the Indians faced all left-handed starters.
4/11/2014 | Masterson looks to extend dominance over Sox
The Indians won 17 of 19 matchups with the White Sox in '13, and a large part of the success was courtesy of Justin Masterson, who posted a 4-0 record against the South Siders with two complete games. On Saturday, when he faces the White Sox for the first time this year, he'll have to get through Adam Eaton, Alexei Ramirez and the rest of Chicago's hot hitters.
4/11/2014 | Control issues plague Carrasco, 'pen in loss
Carlos Carrasco and Indians relievers issued nine free passes, walking two White Sox home, and couldn't seem to retire Chicago's Conor Gillaspie as the Tribe fell, 9-6, to the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field on Friday.
4/11/2014 | Francona thinks team will handle lefties well
The early results against left-handed starters has not been good for the Indians. The Tribe has gone 1-3 against lefties entering Friday's game, hitting just .192 with a .542 OPS, both figures ranking 12th in the American League. Nonetheless, Indians manager Francona remains confident he has the personnel to handle lefties.
4/11/2014 | There's no place like home for Kipnis
"There's no place like home" isn't a saying reserved for Dorothy. It seems to apply to Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis, too. Kipnis, a native of Northbrook, Ill., was hitting .411 with 15 runs scored, four home runs, 20 RBIs and a 1.179 OPS in 20 career games at U.S. Cellular Field entering Friday's game.
4/11/2014 | U.S. Cellular always magical for Raburn
Meet Ryan Raburn, perennial White Sox killer. With a pair of hits Thursday, Raburn raised his career average vs. Chicago to .303 in nearly 300 at-bats, a significant sample size. He's even better as a visiting player, putting up a slash line of .320/.371/.551 in 178 at-bats.
4/11/2014 | Sale aims to put woes vs. Indians in past
Chris Sale, who went 0-4 against the Indians in 2013, heads to the mound against the Tribe today at U.S. Cellular Field. Carlos Carrasco gets the start for Cleveland.
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