3/25/2015 | Tomlin allows a lot of contact, but only two runs vs. Angels
The Indians plated three runs off Nick Tropeano in the fourth, but the Angels regained the lead three innings later with a little small ball for a 4-3 win at Tempe Diablo Stadium on Wednesday.
3/25/2015 | Sands' monster blast earns honor, manager's praise
Jerry Sands' tape-measure blast on Tuesday was deemed the "Swing of the Day" by Cleveland hitting coaches Ty Van Burkleo and Matt Quatraro, even though Brandon Moss also had a rocket shot to right field in the Tribe's 9-5 romp over the Giants.
3/25/2015 | Bauer works on curveball in 95-pitch 'B' game start
Control has been the priority thie spring for Trevor Bauer, who has zero walks through 15 1/3 Cactus League innings for Cleveland.
3/25/2015 | Kipnis nears return after positive Minor League outing
Jason Kipnis tested out his sore back in a series of at-bats in a Minor League game Wednesday, making Indians manager Terry Francona optmistic about the second baseman's chances of returning to a Cactus League game soon.
3/25/2015 | MLB Pipeline checks in from Indians camp
The Indians have more than just Francisco Lindor to look forward to in the future, with last year's Draft particularly helping to build behind him. The 2014 Draft class takes up four spots in the Indians' Top 30 and all are experiencing their first Spring Training now.
3/25/2015 | Sands shows off home-run power as he fights for roster spot
Outfielder Jerry Sands showed off some impressive power Tuesday night, launching a tape-measure home run off San Francisco's Ryan Vogelsong to help the Indians claim a 9-5 Cactus League victory over the Giants at Goodyear Ballpark.
3/24/2015 | Crockett faces childhood friend Pinder, gets him out
Kyle Crockett saw a familiar face in the batter's box when he pitched against the A's in the eighth inning on Monday. The Indians lefty was taking on Oakland infielder Chad Pinder, who he has known since childhood.
3/24/2015 | Francona urges Swisher not to focus on Opening Day
Nick Swisher is currently working his way through a gradual rehab program in the wake of undergoing surgery on both knees in August.
3/24/2015 | Cover models Kluber, Brantley don't believe in SI jinx
Sports Illustrated's Major League Baseball preview not only includes the Indians on a regional cover, it predicts the Tribe to win its first World Series since 1948. Cleveland's cover boys are Corey Kluber and Michael Brantley.
3/24/2015 | Indians make roster decisions on four veteran players
Veteran pitchers Bruce Chen, Scott Downs and Shaun Marcum, along with infielder Ryan Rohlinger were told Tuesday they could remain in camp with Cleveland, but that they would not break with the Major League team.
3/23/2015 | Santana's smash backs McAllister's strong start
First baseman Carlos Santana launched his third home run of the spring, righty Zach McAllister gave a strong effort on the mound, and the Indians claimed an 8-3 Cactus League victory over the A's on Monday afternoon at Goodyear Ballpark.
3/23/2015 | Swarzak rebounds from rocky streak at Indians camp
Anthony Swarzak has looked sharp in his two most recent Cactus League appearances for the Indians after a rough three-game stretch. Indians pitching coach Mickey Callaway said it has almost been like seeing two different pitchers on the mound.
3/23/2015 | Moss pleasantly surprised by pace of recovery
In the early stages of his recovery from October surgery on his right hip, Brandon Moss felt good about his chances of feeling strong by Opening Day. With the season opener only two weeks away, the Indians outfielder's optimism has become reality.
3/23/2015 | Swisher close to game action, unlikely for Opening Day
Nick Swisher has maintained all spring that being ready in time for Opening Day is his goal, but the veteran made it clear last week that he understood that might not be realistic. Indians manager Terry Francona confirmed as much on Monday morning.
3/23/2015 | Francona aims to have roster decisions settled soon
n his previous two springs as the Indians manager, Terry Francona announced his Opening Day roster several days before the end of camp. Francona will likely follow the same approach for this year's round of roster decisions.
3/23/2015 | Kluber leading young staff as he aims to build on 2014
The Klubot 2.0 is ready for action. Indians starter Corey Kluber, known around the big leagues for his stoicism, enjoyed a breakout season in 2014, going 18-9 with a 2.44 ERA and 269 strikeouts in 235 2/3 innings.
3/22/2015 | Kluber looks crisp, despite allowing two homers
Doubles by Yan Gomes and Lonnie Chisenhall keyed a three-run seventh inning off reliever Chris Hatcher Sunday as the Indians rallied for a 4-2 win over the Dodgers at Camelback Ranch.
3/22/2015 | Aguilar attributes improvement to change in mental approach
Jesus Aguilar went 0-for-15 in Cactus League play last spring. At the start of Spring Training this year, Indians manager Terry Francona met with Aguilar and the message was that the team wanted to see him relax.
3/22/2015 | Francona heaps praise on bench candidate Sands
Jerry Sands, a utility player signed to a Minor League contract in December, has made a big impression on manager Terry Francona this spring.
3/22/2015 | Shaw working out kinks as he develops two-seam sinker
Setup man Bryan Shaw has been working on developing a two-seam sinker that he has only thrown sparingly in his career. Shaw has been abused by left-handed batters throughout his career.
3/22/2015 | Pitching staff asked to shift to regular-season mindset
Throughout the first few weeks of Spring Training games, pitchers tend to take the mound with specific goals or tasks in mind. As Cleveland begins to close in on Opening Day, the time has come to for its arms to adopt a regular-season mentality.
3/21/2015 | Aguilar breaks out as Tribe tops Rockies
First-base prospect Jesus Aguilar went 2-for-4 with a homer and three RBIs behind Danny Salazar in the Indians' 10-5 win over the Rockies on Saturday. Colorado got a home run from Charlie Blackmon.
3/21/2015 | Manship willing to wait for his opportunity
Jeff Manship understands that there are only so many jobs to go around this spring. If the reliever does not work his way into the mix for the Opening Day bullpen, he hopes he will at least get a chance to help the Indians at some point this season.
3/21/2015 | Tribe 'D' gets plenty of work in Angels' 4-triple inning
Throughout Spring Training, the Indians have worked hard on tidying up their routes within cut-off and relay drills. When Trevor Bauer gave up four triples in a span of five batters in the third inning of Friday's loss to the Angels, all the hard work paid off.
3/21/2015 | Swisher's recovery starts to pick up steam
One day after testing his recovering knees in a baserunning workout, Indians outfielder Nick Swisher was pleased with how he felt on Saturday morning. Swisher laughed when asked if he tried to steal any bases during the latest step in his gradual rehab.
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