4/28/2016 | Lindor happy to give back with RBI program
Shortstop Francisco Lindor chose to spend part of his evening at Citizens Bank Park. The place was nearly deserted by the time the 22-year-old rising star arrived. Except at one of the indoor batting cages where members from three of Philadelphia's Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities (RBI) program were going through some drills.
4/28/2016 | Pipeline preview: Tribe's Bradley back at it, elite arms in action
The Indians' Bobby Bradley has been on a hot-streak at the plate, and he looks to continue that Thursday. Top pitchers Julio Urias, Lucas Giolito and Kyle Freeland also will be in action.
4/28/2016 | Twins-Tribe Prince tribute a part of Rock Hall
The Twins turned Target Field purple on Monday, celebrating the life and music of Prince in a tribute game against the Indians. Now, there will be a bit of baseball history located inside the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.
4/28/2016 | Sigh of relief: Tribe bullpen steps up in clutch
Zach McAllister walked off the mound, flexed and let out a shout. Given the way the previous two games played out for the Indians, the big right-hander was not about to let the gravity of the situation escape him. He was going to savor it.
4/28/2016 | Bradley, Payano among top prospect performers Wednesday
Bobby Bradley is on a roll right now, and his hot hitting continued on Wednesday.The No. 90 overall prospect helped Class A Advanced Lynchburg to a 12-6 win over Winston-Salem by going 3-for-5 with a home run, a pair of doubles and three RBIs.
4/28/2016 | Kluber leads Tribe into Philly for Interleague set
On Friday, Corey Kluber is slated to take the mound at Citizens Bank Park, where the Phillies will host the Indians in a three-game Interleague set over the weekend. Philadelphia is expected to counter with left-hander Adam Morgan, who began this season with Triple-A Lehigh Valley.
4/28/2016 | Indians spoil Berrios' MLB debut, edge Twins
he Indians spoiled Twins top prospect Jose Berrios' highly anticipated Major League debut, knocking him out of the game after four-plus innings en route to a 6-5 win to avoid a three-game sweep on Wednesday night at Target Field.
4/27/2016 | Kluber exemplifies Tribe's cohesive mentality
As he watched Cody Anderson labor through his most recent start, Indians ace Corey Kluber thought something looked off with his teammate's delivery. Rather than remain on the bench wondering what was wrong, Kluber headed into the video room behind Target Field's visitors' dugout.
4/27/2016 | Indians option Anderson; recall Crockett
The Indians believe that they identified a flaw in Cody Anderson's delivery during his start against the Twins on Tuesday night. Cleveland is now giving the right-hander a chance to work on the issue at Triple-A Columbus before returning to the big leagues.
4/27/2016 | Glasnow among top prospect performers Tuesday
After he struggled in his last start for Triple-A Indianapolis, Pirates No. 1 prospect Tyler Glasnow returned to form Tuesday to fire six scoreless innings in a win against Durham.
4/27/2016 | Indians waiting on Allen, Shaw to lock in
Even in light of the discouraging numbers for closer Cody Allen and setup man Bryan Shaw, the Indians are holding out hope that this is nothing more than a bad stretch.
4/26/2016 | Twins edge Tribe with 2nd straight walk-off
The Twins won in walk-off fashion for a second straight night, as Miguel Sano hit an RBI single into center field in the ninth inning to lift Minnesota to a 6-5 win over the Indians on Tuesday at Target Field.
4/26/2016 | Twins unveiling Berrios in finale with Indians
In the finale of this three-game divisional clash, top Twins prospect Jose Berrios will be on the mound opposite Indians right-hander Josh Tomlin, who has been off to a strong start this season.
4/26/2016 | Hunter close to joining Tribe bullpen from DL
Indians manager Terry Francona indicated that right-hander Tommy Hunter, who has been rehabbing core-muscle issues with Triple-A Columbus, is rapidly approaching activation from the disabled list.
4/26/2016 | Lindor laments miscue on night of gems
Francisco Lindor put his defensive prowess on display against the Twins on Monday night, making a handful of plays that stirred stunned gasps from the Target Field audience. The young Indians shortstop had little interest in discussing those gems in a quiet visitors clubhouse.
4/26/2016 | Gallo, Garrett among top prospect performers Monday
Baseball's No. 7 overall prospect Joey Gallo slugged his sixth and seventh home runs of the season on Monday, including a go-ahead blast in the top of the 12th inning to help push Triple-A Round Rock past Memphis, 6-5.
4/25/2016 | Arcia launches Twins to walk-off over Tribe
Oswaldo Arcia hit a walk-off solo shot off Indians reliever Zach McAllister in the ninth inning to lead the Twins to a 4-3 win Monday night at Target Field.
4/25/2016 | Brantley to rejoin Indians lineup vs. Twins
The goal for Cleveland was to keep its head above water while awaiting the return of left fielder Michael Brantley. Consider that goal achieved, as the Indians carry a winning record into Tuesday's game against the Twins at Target Field, where Brantley is slated to return to the lineup.
4/25/2016 | Carrasco out 4-6 weeks; Brantley activated
Prior to Monday's game against the Twins, Cleveland placed right-hander Carlos Carrasco on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring, which could keep him sidelined for four to six weeks. The Indians also activated left fielder Michael Brantley from the DL, following his comeback from offseason surgery on his right shoulder.
4/25/2016 | Lindor envisions amazing Classic for Puerto Rico
Francisco Lindor is thrilled to have the opportunity to represent Puerto Rico in the 2017 World Baseball Classic, and the Indians star is looking forward to teaming up with fellow shortstop Carlos Correa, along with some other intriguing names who could be on the team's roster.
4/24/2016 | Ring envy? Shaw's wedding band checked out
Indians manager Terry Francona was not sure why the umpires were calling him to the field in the eighth inning on Sunday. All Francona could decipher, while watching all four umps discussing something near the mound, was that there was a complaint about reliever Bryan Shaw.
4/24/2016 | Tribe wins bullpen battle with Tigers after injuries
The Indians completed a three-game series sweep in Detroit for the first time since 2008, using a pair of RBI hits each from Jose Ramirez and Marlon Byrd to win what ended up a battle of the bullpens for a 6-3 victory over the Tigers Sunday afternoon at Comerica Park.
4/24/2016 | Carrasco headed to DL with hamstring injury
After striking out Anthony Gose to end the third inning on Sunday, Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer headed straight to the visitors' clubhouse at Comerica Park. In that moment, Bauer was not concerned with his possible place in the rotation. He just wanted to check on Carlos Carrasco. Cleveland absorbed a gut-wrenching blow early in its 6-3 win over the Tigers when Carrasco exited with a left hamstring injury.
4/24/2016 | Tribe features blend of talent on All-Star ballot
Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor finished as the runner-up to Astros shortstop Carlos Correa in balloting for the American League Rookie of the Year Award last season. For years to come, there will likely be a debate over which of the two should start in the All-Star Game. On Sunday, the All-Star Game ballots were officially unveiled by Major League Baseball, giving Lindor his first shot at cracking the AL's roster for the Midsummer Classic.
4/24/2016 | Lindor has formidable fan in Vizquel
Dazzling defensive plays up the middle are nothing new for Indians fans. Watching shortstop Francisco Lindor now elicits memories of Omar Vizquel playing the position for Cleveland with a blend of artistry and acrobatics.
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