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5/23/2015 | Kluber continues his brilliant stretch of pitching

Like his teammate Carlos Carrasco from the night before, Indians starter Corey Kluber didn't have his best stuff in the early goings of his Saturday start. And, like his teammate, Kluber showed that even when he's not at his best, he's better than most.


5/23/2015 | Indians come up with clutch hits on Saturday

Baseball is a game that, more often than not, abides by the law of averages. It's also a game of streaks. But in the end, those streaks tend to even themselves out. In Saturday's 2-1 victory over Cincinnati, the Indians experienced some regression to the mean, in a good way.


5/23/2015 | Indians trying to give players regular rest

Indians All-Star left fielder Michael Brantley received a day off Saturday, a regularly-scheduled day of rest. Brantley has dealt with lower back soreness off-and-on throughout the season, and didn't play the field in Friday's game. But the day of rest is as much a part of a larger initiative by the Indians to keep their players fresh as it is about Brantley's health, specifically.


5/23/2015 | Bauer designs T-shirt for charity

Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer teamed up with Kyle Mauch, CEO of a company called Athletes Brand, to help design T-shirts for a good cause. The shirts, which read "Last 1 Standing," were inspired by the story of former Navy SEAL Marcus Lutrell, who received a Purple Heart from his actions in a 2005 ambush by Taliban fighters during Operation Red Wings.


5/22/2015 | Fastball command doesn't hold Carrasco back

In Friday night's 7-3 victory over Cincinnati, 16 of the first 31 fastballs Carlos Carrasco threw went for balls. He didn't have it. After two innings, Carrasco had already ran his pitch count up to 44. It looked like it would be a short outing. Carrasco didn't know where the pitch he leans on the most was going, and, typically, that's a recipe for disaster. He earned the win, striking out seven over six strong innings, allowing just two earned runs on four hits and two walks.


5/22/2015 | Moss shows why Indians wanted his power

Friday night's 7-3 win against Cincinnati showed why Moss doesn't care about the strikeouts. Why the Indians don't care about the strikeouts. And how Moss has always been able to produce at a well-above league average rate, despite all the strikeouts. Moss put it best: When the balls are put in play, they're not missed.


5/22/2015 | Future of catchers Perez, Hayes undecided

When Yan Gomes returns, the Indians "definitely" won't make him catch on consecutive days, at least for the first week. That's what is known, with regards to Gomes' status. What is less known is the status of the backup catcher position, and the futures of the young Roberto Perez and veteran Brett Hayes.


5/22/2015 | Kluber takes center stage in Battle of Ohio series

When the Reds and Indians meet for the second game of their three-game series on Saturday, starting pitchers Corey Kluber and Anthony DeSclafani will be rather starved for a victory.


5/22/2015 | Indians starting to gel with another series win

Following a nightmarish start to the season, the Indians are starting to see a light at the end of the tunnel. With a 5-2 victory over the White Sox on Thursday night, the Indians have won three straight games for the first time this season. They took three of four against previously red-hot Chicago and also have won back-to-back series for the first time.


5/20/2015 | Marcum steers Tribe victory over White Sox

Shaun Marcum, making his first big league start since 2013, worked six-plus innings and the Indians snapped a tie with a three-run seventh en route to a 4-3 victory over the White Sox on Wednesday night in Chicago.


5/20/2015 | Santana expected to return to lineup Thursday

Carlos Santana missed his fourth straight game Wednesday night with back spasms, but the Indians first baseman is expected to return for the finale of the four-game series with the White Sox on Thursday.


5/20/2015 | Marcum recalled, Walters optioned to Triple-A

The Indians recalled right-hander Shaun Marcum from Triple-A Columbus for his second stint in the Majors this season on Wednesday, and they optioned Zach Walters to Columbus.


5/20/2015 | Tribe donating equipment to local baseball league

The Indians announced Wednesday that they will donate new catcher's gear to the Garfield Heights Baseball League on Thursday night in reaction to a theft from the league's storage facility last week.


5/20/2015 | Bauer ensures slim lead enough in big win

The Indians haven't fared well in close ballgames this season, but a strong outing by Trevor Bauer, a home run by Brandon Moss and some outstanding relief work helped nail down a tight affair Tuesday night in Chicago.


5/19/2015 | Marcum returns to big leagues for start against Rodon

Cleveland right-hander Shawn Marcum, who went 4-0 for Triple-A Columbus with a 1.36 ERA in five starts, will make his first start in the big leagues since July 6, 2013 on Wednesday night in Chicago. Unfortunately, he'll have to do it against a red-hot White Sox team and top prospect Carlos Rodon.


5/19/2015 | Bauer, Tribe end White Sox winning streak

Trevor Bauer held the White Sox in check for 7 1/3 inning and Brandon Moss homered to help the Tribe secure a 3-1 victory over the host White Sox, who saw their six-game winning streak come to an end, on Tuesday night in Chicago.


5/19/2015 | Gomes building up to nine innings behind dish

Manager Terry Francona tried to put the brakes on his comments from Monday that catcher Yan Gomes, who is rehabbing a sprained MCL in his right knee, could be back with the Indians very soon -- as in this week.


5/19/2015 | Francona wishes Chen a happy retirement

Indians manager Terry Francona reacted Tuesday to the news that pitcher Bruce Chen. whom the Indians designated for assignment on Saturday, was retiring after 17 years in the Major Leagues.


5/19/2015 | Santana not yet able to loosen back

Indians first baseman Carlos Santana missed his third straight game on Tuesday night because of back spasms, but manager Terry Francona said Santana is progressing.


5/19/2015 | 12-year-old Emily Beazley passes away

At the age of 12, Emily Beazley, a friend of the White Sox organization, lost her battle with cancer on Monday.


5/19/2015 | Perez just misses cutting down Kluber's lone run

Roberto Perez used his body to stop a diving curveball from Corey Kluber and prevented it from going to the backstop. But the runner on third, White Sox speedster Adam Eaton, broke for the plate and scored the tying run after knocking the ball out of Perez's glove as he tried to make the tag.


5/18/2015 | Pair of aces deal as Sale vs. Kluber wows

Chris Sale knows about pitching, and as an elite hurler himself, Sale has no idea how his teammates went about hitting Cleveland's Corey Kluber during a 2-1 White Sox victory in 10 innings at U.S. Cellular Field Monday.


5/18/2015 | Veteran lefty Chen announces retirement

Veteran left-hander Bruce Chen, who was designated for assignment by the Indians on Saturday, announced his retirement on Twitter Monday night. The move was confirmed by the Indians.


5/18/2015 | Gomes continuing rehab at Triple-A Columbus

Indians catcher Yan Gomes, who's been out since the first week of the season with a sprained right MCL, was scheduled to play five innings Monday night at Triple-A Columbus. The plan is to rest him Tuesday and then have him play seven innings on Wednesday.


5/18/2015 | White Sox, Quintana look to stay hot vs. Bauer, Tribe

On Tuesday, Chicago looks to Jose Quintana to continue its recent hot streak. The Indians turn to Trevor Bauer, who allowed just one run and struck out 10 against the Cardinals his last time out.




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