Jason Kipnis stared at Indians first baseman Carlos Santana for a moment from across the diamond. One pitch into Saturday's game, the second baseman gloved a grounder off the bat of Brian Dozier and fired the ball to Santana, who jumped off the bag to make the catch.
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Despite a dominant start by Indians ace Corey Kluber, Brian Dozier's go-ahead solo home run in the eighth inning off Cody Allen proved to be the difference in the Twins' 4-2 victory over the Indians on Saturday at Progressive Field.
Yearly subscriptions have been lowered to $99.99 for MLB.TV Premium and $79.99 for Single Team subscriptions, making it a good time to join a celebration of 15 years for the world's longest-running and most successful live streaming sports product.
Indians manager Terry Francona weighs multiple factors when decided whether to sit rookie Bradley Zimmer against a left-handed starter. Francona will consider the style of the lefty, while also examining the opposing team's bullpen, trying to determine if Zimmer could be a weapon off the bench.
Which Indians are #ASGWorthy? Hurry up and vote. All-Star balloting ends Thursday at 11:59 p.m. ET.
Twins ace Ervin Santana and Indians right-hander Josh Tomlin will square off in the series finale between the two ballclubs on Sunday at Progressive Field.
In his final year participating in the annual Scotts MLB Pitch, Hit & Run event at Progressive Field, Chaz Neuenschwander finished the competition on top. Neuenschwander -- a native of Willshire, Ohio -- claimed the first-place plaque in the 13/14 boys baseball division on Saturday morning in the competition's 21st annual contest.
By the time Jose Ramirez grabbed a bat and found his way to the batter's box on Friday night, it was too late for the Indians. He came off the bench, rolled over a pitch for a game-ending groundout and that was that. The only fireworks that followed were of the planned postgame variety.
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The Indians returned home as the American League Central leaders, but the Twins still plan on having a say in the race this summer. On Friday night, Minnesota lefty Adalberto Mejia quieted Cleveland's recently scorching lineup, guiding the Twins to a 5-0 win at Progressive Field.
The Indians' bullpen returned to order on Friday, when closer Cody Allen was reinstated from Major League Baseball's paternity list.
Zimmer challenged The Freeze to a race
After a dominant start to his season with Class A Advanced Carolina, Corbin Burnes is continuing to make it look easy in Double-A.
A three-RBI night by Austin Jackson gave Indians starter Mike Clevinger just enough cushion to go a solid five innings, as the Indians secured a series victory with a 6-3 win over the Orioles on Thursday night at Camden Yards.
Here are five stars who don't quite look like themselves right now, but have shown some positive signs and could be on the verge of getting back in the groove.
With three Indians outfielders on the disabled list, Austin Jackson has relied on his "just be ready" mentality to play any position and bat in any spot in the lineup that his team needs him to on any given night. On Thursday, the outfielder was more than ready in the series finale against the Orioles.
After a long wait to begin his professional career, Brandon Marsh is showing just what all the hype was about.
Indians outfielder Brandon Guyer returned to Cleveland on Thursday after a four-game rehab assignment with Triple-A Columbus hoping he would be able to rejoin the Tribe, but after an evaluation by the training staff, Guyer will be playing at least one more game with Columbus on Friday.
With the bases loaded, no outs and a three-run lead on the line, there is no better reliever to put on the mound than the Indians' Andrew Miller.
Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco was nearly untouchable for the first six innings of Wednesday night's game against the Orioles, fanning a season-high 10 batters. Carrasco -- who ran into trouble in the seventh but was bailed out by relief ace Andrew Miller -- allowed seven hits over six-plus scoreless innings to lead the Indians to a 5-1 victory over the Orioles.
The Cleveland Indians and the Minnesota Twins will meet in a two-game series at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico on April 17th-18th, 2018, Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association announced today. The games will mark the first time that either team has played in Puerto Rico.
Young Tribe fan excited about souvenir ball
Prior to Tuesday night's game, Francisco Lindor told local RBI participants that the most important thing when dealing with a slump is to stay positive and to keep swinging because a slump can't be broken by taking pitches. Just a few hours later, the young shortstop took his own advice.
With the Orioles' rotation struggles on full display, Baltimore's offense provided a little pick-me-up Tuesday night at Camden Yards. Adam Jones doubled in Manny Machado -- who homered twice -- for the go-ahead run off of Brian Shaw in the seventh inning of Tuesday's 6-5 series-evening victory over the red-hot Indians.
Jose Ramirez has enjoyed an historic week in the batter's box for the Indians. Cleveland's third baseman will require a bit more help in the ballot box if he is going to head to Miami as an American League All-Star for the first time.
Will Brown has been a coach within the Baltimore Orioles' RBI league for 21 years, and he had never experienced a player from another Major League team visit with the players in his league until Tuesday afternoon.
The Indians unloaded for 17 hits, including seven doubles, and Corey Kluber rolled with a shutout as Cleveland cruised to its sixth consecutive win with Monday's 12-0 series-opening victory over Baltimore.
Jose Ramirez proved on Monday he deserves the recognition he's getting in the Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot fan voting after setting a club record of seven consecutive games with a double. The latest two-bagger, his first of three extra-base hits, started a four-run fourth inning for the Indians in a 12-0 victory over the Orioles.
The Indians activated outfielder Michael Brantley from the paternity list and placed him on the 10-day disabled list (retroactive to Friday) with a right ankle sprain, the club announced on Monday afternoon.
Det. Francisco Lindor tells Cleveland to vote
Following an impressive stretch in the batter's box, Indians third baseman Jose Ramirez was named American League Player of the Week on Monday.
For the second time this month, a baserunner elected to test the arm strength of Indians rookie Bradley Zimmer. Once again, that wound up being a poor decision.
The Indians arrived at Target Field this weekend with a chance to begin seizing control of the American League Central. Cleveland took a major step in that direction with a four-game sweep, culminating in a 5-2 win on Sunday that was powered by a pair of home runs from slugger Edwin Encarnacion.
Shawn Armstrong has spent the past 24 hours in Minneapolis, providing some insurance in the event that the Indians' bullpen required an additional arm. The reliever was informed Sunday morning that he was needed at Target Field.
Eric Zimmer was among the family in the stands at Progressive Field for his son Bradley's big league debut for the Indians last month. That sounds normal enough, except when considering that the elder Zimmer traveled more than 4,500 miles in roughly 48 hours to make it happen
Lonnie Chisenhall launched a pair of home runs, helping power the Indians to a 6-2 win over the Twins in the nightcap of Saturday's doubleheader at Target Field. With a sweep of the twin bill, Cleveland moved into sole possession of first place in the AL Central.
The Indians have seen Jose Ramirez got red-hot in the batter's box plenty of times over the past few seasons, but his latest run has been especially eye-popping.
Jose Ramirez picked an opportunistic time to catch fire, as his two-homer outburst on Saturday helped the Indians move into a tie with the Twins atop the American League Central standings. In a 9-3 victory over Minnesota in the opener of a doubleheader at Target Field, Ramirez collected three extra-base hits and drove in four runs to power the Tribe's offense.
The Indians made a statement against the first-place Twins, as right-hander Carlos Carrasco tossed 6 1/3 strong innings, while Edwin Encarnacion crushed a three-run homer and Yan Gomes added three RBIs in an 8-1 rout in the series opener Friday night at Target Field.