4/26/2015 | Indians feel sense of urgency after difficult trip
An abbreviated outing from Carlos Carrasco and a too-little-too-late offensive effort sent Cleveland to an 8-6 defeat at the hands of the rival Tigers, dropping the Tribe's record to 1-5 this season against a team that has held the keys to the AL Central for the past four years.
4/26/2015 | Gomes joins team in Detroit, remains on schedule
Yan Gomes had enough of watching the Indians from home, so the catcher, sidelined with a sprained right knee, made the drive to Detroit and has spent the past two days with his teammates at Comerica Park.
4/26/2015 | Bauer, Indians remain hopeful for Tuesday start vs. Royals
The Indians are currently hoping to have right-hander Trevor Bauer start on Tuesday against the Royals, but that plan is very much subject to change.
4/26/2015 | Francona pulls Bourn out of leadoff role
Michael Bourn has spent the bulk of his career walking into a clubhouse and knowing that his name would be penciled in at the top of the lineup. On Sunday, the veteran saw his name in the ninth spot of the batting order.
4/26/2015 | Tribe's ace Kluber opens set vs. Vargas, Royals
Jason Vargas will be looking for a more complete effort Monday night when the Royals open a three-game series against the Indians. Cleveland ace Corey Kluber will be looking to rebound from his last start when he battles Vargas.
4/26/2015 | Indians can't handle Miggy as Tigers win series
Left-hander Kyle Lobstein logged seven solid innings, stymieing the Indians' lineup and leading the Tigers to an 8-6 victory on Sunday afternoon at Comerica Park. Detroit took the series and improved to 5-1 against Cleveland this season.
4/25/2015 | Brantley returning to All-Star form after back injury
All-Star Michael Brantley churned out four hits in Saturday's 4-1 loss to the Tigers, providing more hope that the left fielder is getting over the lower-back issue that sidelined him for six of the first eight games this season.
4/25/2015 | House's early struggles continue in spot start
Three subpar innings from TJ House, who got a spot start in place of an ill Trevor Bauer, combined with the offense's latest shift from feast to famine, paved the way for a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Detroit at Comerica Park.
4/25/2015 | Bourn showing off healthy legs in center field
Cleveland routed the Tigers, 13-1, in the opener of this three-game series at Comerica Park, but Michael Bourn's defensive robbery in the first inning kept kept Detroit from taking an early lead, and showed that the veteran's legs are healthy.
4/25/2015 | Bauer scratched due to illness, slated to start vs. Royals
The Indians were forced to make a last-minute adjustment to their rotation on Saturday after right-hander Trevor Bauer was unable to get through his warmup routine due to illness. Left-hander TJ House replaced Bauer.
4/25/2015 | Simon, V-Mart team to tackle Tribe, end Tigers' skid
Alfredo Simon became the first Tigers pitcher to win his first four starts in a season since Frank Tanana in 1988, delivering 6 2/3 innings of one-run ball to help the Tigers end a four-game losing streak with a 4-1 win over the Indians on Saturday afternoon at Comerica Park.
4/25/2015 | Carrasco, Lobstein battle in Rock City rubber game
When Carlos Carrasco takes the mound against Detroit on Sunday, it will be his second start since being hit in the jaw by a line drive in a game against the White Sox. He'll square off against Kyle Lobstein in the rubber game.
4/25/2015 | Salazar dominating after starting season in Minors
Danny Salazar issued a statement in the second inning on Friday night. The young Indians starter slipped into a two-out jam with two runners aboard and was faced the the daunting task of taking on Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera.
4/24/2015 | Moss breaks out with career-high 7 RBIs, 2 homers
This was the kind of night the Indians had in mind when they traded for Brandon Moss over the offseason. Cleveland envisioned towering home runs from the slugger out of the heart of its lineup, putting pressure on opposing pitchers.
4/24/2015 | Swisher notches 3 hits in first rehab game
Nick Swisher collected three hits on Friday night in his first Minor League rehab game with Triple-A Columbus. The veteran outfielder is scheduled to suit up again for the Clippers on Sunday before heading back to Cleveland to plan the next portion of his comeback schedule.
4/24/2015 | Moss leads Tribe's rout of Tigers with 7 RBIs
After he gave up one earned run and posted three wins in as many starts, the Cleveland Indians made it look easy beating Shane Greene. Brandon Moss homered twice as part of a seven-RBI outburst, sending Greene to his first loss and the Tigers to their fourth in a row as the Indians rolled to a 13-1 win Friday night at Comerica Park.
4/24/2015 | Raburn's bat vs. lefties a weapon for Tribe
There has been a bright spot in the Indians' offensive issues in the early going this season. While the lineup as a whole has struggled to find a consistent rhythm, veteran Ryan Raburn has looked like himself again in the batter's box.
4/24/2015 | Walters optioned to Triple-A by Tribe after coming off DL
On Friday, the Indians activated utility player Zach Walters from the 15-day disabled list and optioned him to Triple-A, where he had already been working on a Minor League rehab assignment. The 25-year-old played two games with Columbus before being deemed recovered from the right oblique strain that sidelined him midway through Spring Training.
4/23/2015 | Tigers attempt to get back on track vs. Indians
Two weeks after the Tigers swept through Cleveland and took three games, the two teams are back together for a rematch in Motown starting Friday at 7:08 p.m. ET.
4/23/2015 | Inbox: Too early to be concerned with Tribe's performance?
The Indians sit in last place in the American League Central with a 5-9 mark. Beat reporter Jordan Bastian tells fans that while it's too early to really be concerned, there are a couple of things to monitor.
4/22/2015 | Runs scarce, but Kluber takes responsibility
So far this season, runs have been as scarce as warm, sunny April days in the upper Midwest when Corey Kluber has been on the mound.
4/22/2015 | Day after, Carrasco deemed in fine shape
Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco was lifted from Tuesday night's game after five innings and just 60 pitches because he was experiencing general tightness in the cold weather at U.S. Cellular Field, but the team believes he'll be just fine.
4/22/2015 | Franchise Four competition heats up between Indians legends
It's an unusually tough decision. Who are the four players who best represent the Indians franchise, a team with more than 100 years of history? That's the question posed by Major League Baseball's Franchise Four contest, and the fans will have the final say on their team's four faces.
4/22/2015 | Abreu, Shark power White Sox past Tribe
An expected low-scoring battle between top-flight starters Jeff Samardzija and Corey Kluber turned into a 6-0 White Sox victory over the Indians on Wednesday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Field. By virtue of their four-run rally in the ninth inning Monday, Chicago picked up a second series victory this season. But their win in the finale wasn't as routine as the score would indicate.
4/22/2015 | Carrasco fearless in getting back on mound
A week after being struck in the face with a line drive against the same White Sox team he faced on Tuesday, Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco showed no ill effects -- physically or emotionally -- as he pitched five strong innings to register his first win of the season in a 6-2 Tribe victory.
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