4/29 Recap: Kluber Can’t Provide Enough Run Support for Kluber, Phillies Walk it Off

Roster Update: Good news keeps coming for the Tribe as their third injured man returned to the team today. Tommy Hunter was officially taken off the 15 Day DL prior to the start of the game and was added to the 25 man roster. To make room, left handed reliever Ross Detwiler was designated for assignment. With the addition of Kyle Crockett Wednesday, the Indians still have an eight...
Via Burning River Baseball
5 hours ago

Indians activate Tommy Hunter, DFA Ross Detwiler

The Cleveland Indians made a pair of roster moves Friday, activating right-handed pitcher Tommy Hunter from the 15-day disabled list and, in turn, designating left-hander Ross Detwiler for assignment to clear a spot on the 25-man roster. Hunter returns from hernia surgery to begin his first season with the Indians; he’d been shelved the first three-plus weeks of the season before...
Via Today's Knuckleball
6 hours ago

Hunter comes off DL to bolster Tribe bullpen

The Indians will get a bullpen boost going into their three-game series against the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. The club announced before Friday's game that it activated reliever Tommy Hunter from the 15-day disabled list. Hunter had been on the shelf since Cleveland signed him, having undergone multiple core-muscle surgeries in the offseason.
12 hours ago

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.
1 day ago

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.
2 days ago

4/27 Recap: Santana Leads Way in Tribe Win

Roster Update: The Indians third roster change of the season was as unsurprising as the first two. After Cody Anderson struggled with command for his third consecutive start (of four this season), he has been demoted to AAA Columbus in exchange for Kyle Crockett. Aiding this move is the fact that the Indians are off Thursday and Monday and can sneak by without a fifth starter until...
Via Burning River Baseball
2 days ago

Indians send RHP Cody Anderson to Triple-A Columbus

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) The Cleveland Indians have optioned right-hander Cody Anderson to Triple-A Columbus. Cleverland made the move before Wednesday's series finale against Minnesota. The team had high hopes for Anderson coming into the season and he could have been in position to make a bigger contribution after starter Carlos Carrasco went down with a hamstring injury. But Anderson...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland Indians send Cody Anderson sent to Triple-A, Kyle Crockett recalled

Last night was not a good night for Cody Anderson. From the Cleveland Indians' official Twitter account: ROSTER MOVES:+ We've recalled LHP Kyle Crockett from AAA C-Bus+ We've optioned RHP Cody Anderson to AAA C-Bus — Cleveland Indians (@Indians) April 27, 2016 RHP Cody Anderson is being sent down to AAA Columbus, and taking his spot...
Via Let's Go Tribe!
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Brantley to make first Cleveland Indians start of 2016 tonight against Twins

Welcome back, Smooth. The Cleveland Indians released their lineups for tonight's 8:10 p.m. matchup against the Minnesota Twins and there are a few things to be excited about. First and foremost, Michael Brantley is back! Today's Tribe 9: — Jordan Bastian (@MLBastian) April 26, 2016 This will not be Brantley's first at-bat of the season ...
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Indians will certainly miss Carlos Carrasco for the next month

Just as the Indians got good news on the injury front with Michael Brantley returning to the team on Monday night, things got much, much worse. On an odd play Sunday, Carlos Carrasco was covering first base when his left leg collapsed under him. By some miracle of foot placement, Carrasco got the out at first, but he only took a couple more steps once standing up before falling right...
Via The Outside Corner
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Twins hold ‘A Special Tribute to Prince’ at Monday’s game

The Minnesota Twins organization on Monday held "A Special Tribute to Prince" at Target Field throughout Monday's game against the Cleveland Indians. Tonight we will pay tribute to the late Minnesota icon, Prince. Fans, wear your purple! — Minnesota Twins (@Twins) April 25, 2016 Rest in Purple, #Prince.
Via Sportress of Blogitude
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians minor league recap: Clint Frazier just keeps hitting

And the RubberDucks keep losing, unfortunately. Only two Cleveland Indians farm teams played yesterday, and only one of them had a good day. Despite their fast start, the Akron RubberDucks cannot seem to get a winning streak going, as they dropped their fourth game in the past five days. The good news for the 'Ducks is that Clint Frazier is still doing Clint Frazier things, and...
Via Let's Go Tribe!
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Francisco Lindor reveals his crush on Hannah Montana

Francisco Lindor’s secret is out. Not only did the 22-year-old Cleveland Indians shortstop reveal he listens to Miley Cyrus, but he also revealed his crush on the singer/actress. Lindor was a guest on MLB Network’s “Intentional Talk” Monday and was asked about a song he listens to that he wouldn’t want anyone to know. The song he said was Cyrus’ hit, “Party in the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Carlos Carrasco out 4-6 weeks with strained hamstring

The sports gods continue to thumb their noses at the city of Cleveland. The Indians announced on Monday that pitcher Carlos Carrasco will be sidelined for four to six weeks with a moderate left hamstring strain, per Bob Nightengale of USA TODAY Sports. Carlos Carrasco will be out 4-to-6 weeks, the #Indians say, with a moderate strain of the left hamstring; CF Michael Brantley...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians’ Carlos Carrasco headed to disabled list (Video)

The Cleveland Indians may have finished off a sweep over the Tigers in Detroit Sunday afternoon, but the club may have suffered a significant loss to their starting rotation. Right-handed starter Carlos Carrasco suffered a left hamstring injury during Sunday’s start, an injury that will force him to go on the disabled list while the team evaluates his situation. While the Indians...
Via Waiting For Next Year
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians' Carrasco headed to DL with hamstring injury, will get MRI

The Indians lost starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco to a hamstring injury in the third inning during a 6-3 win over the Tigers Sunday, and the prognosis doesn't look great."It's going to be a DL situation, but we're just hoping it isn't terrible," manager Terry Francona said. "We sent him back to Cleveland, because without an MRI, we're not going to know anything."Carrasco had only...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Ball Played: One mistake is one too many for Salazar, Tribe

The Cleveland Indians (6-6) continue to bide their time as they wade their way through April. The Tribe has yet to be more than a game above or below .500 in 2016 and have won just one series. The Indians missed out on an opportunity for their second series win when the team could not muster offense to support another quality start1 from Danny Salazar in a 2-1 loss to the Seattle...
Via Waiting For Next Year
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians expect a shot in the arm with the returns of Brantley, Chisenhall

The Indians outfield is already considerably improved over the beginning of 2015, but they look to make a more significant improvement this week as both Lonnie Chisenhall and Michael Brantley are expected to return from the disabled list. Last year, it was Brantley in left, Michael Bourn in center, and Brandon Moss in right, and only Brantley managed to play the entire year as the...
Via The Outside Corner
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland Indians look forward to returning players

The Cleveland Indians had a rough spring training this year, as they were without arguably their best player in outfielder Michael Brantley and another outfielder, Lonnie Chisenhall started off the regular season on the disabled list with a left wrist injury. And to make it worse, Chisenhall had negligible success this spring training before the injury occurred, going just 2-26 at...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland Indians: Corey Kluber will return to form

Corey Kluber is not off to the start he and the Cleveland Indians were hoping for in 2016. Kluber is currently 0-3 with a 6.16 ERA in his first three starts. The 2014 AL CY Young winner would like to see his team win more often when he is out there after compiling just a 9-16 record in 2015. Kluber hasn’t been great in his first three starts, but he has battled. His first start...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians’ Michael Brantley, Lonnie Chisenhall to be activated off DL

The Cleveland Indians may have struggled and lost two of three to the New York Mets over the weekend, but on Monday, they received some good news: Outfielders Michael Brantley and Lonnie Chisenhall are expected to be activated from the disabled list soon, this according to’s Jordan Bastian. Indians manager Terry Francona stated that Chisenhall is scheduled to be activated...
Via Waiting For Next Year
10 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Rajai Davis loses two fly balls in the sun in one inning

You want to see a bad individual inning? This might be the worst of the young season so far. Cleveland Indians center fielder Rajai Davis had to deal with a rather imposing sun on Sunday against the Mets, but not even he could have imagined the trouble he’d have trying to catch fly balls. Two times in the span of four batters, Davis was faced with fly balls that should have been...
Via Larry Brown Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Mets’ TV broadcast shows back of Bartolo Colon rookie card

Friday night at Progressive Field marked a reunion of sorts for Bartolo Colon. The 42-year-old Mets right-hander (who will turn 43 in May) got the start against the Cleveland Indians, the team he started with way back in 1995. During the broadcast on SportsNet New York, it took a break to show the back of Colon’s rookie card from 21 years ago. @cmarkham20 did you see this?...
Via The Sports Daily
14 days ago  |  Discuss

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