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Waiting For Next Year:
Bot 1st: Cleveland
- C. Santana grounded into double play third to first, J. Kipnis scored, A. Cabrera out at third, S. Choo to second
Top 2nd: Minnesota
- J. Willingham homered to deep left
- J. Morneau homered to deep right
- D. Span safe at first on second baseman J. Kipnis’ throwing error, R. Doumit scored, J. Carroll to second
- B. Revere singled to shallow center, J. Carroll scored, D. Span to third
- J. Mauer doubled to deep left center, D. Span and B. Revere scored
- J. Morneau singled to left center, J. Mauer scored, J. Willingham to third
- R. Doumit homered to deep right, J. Willingham and J. Morneau scored
Top 4th: Minnesota
- J. Morneau homered to deep right, B. Revere scored
Top 6th: Minnesota
- J. Mauer doubled to center, B. Revere scored
Bot 6th: Cleveland
- C. Santana homered to deep center, J. Kipnis scored
Top 8th: Minnesota
- J. Willingham grounded into fielder’s choice, D. Span s...
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Following the likes of Johnny Damon and Derek Lowe, veteran infielder — and one-time clean-up hitter — Jose Lopez has been designated for assignment by the Cleveland Indians.
Lopez was hitting .249 with 13 doubles, four home runs and 28 runs batted in during 66 games with the Indians. He was designated for assignment earlier in the season, but cleared waivers and was later assigned...
It’s that time of year again when the Cleveland Indians completely fall apart and this fan wonders WHAT IF? Cleveland-area comedian and ultimate sports fan Mike Polk Jr. mocks the Indians WHAT IF marketing campaign by asking some very relevant questions. To sum up Mike’s thoughts, what if everything about the Indians didn’t suck? Make [...]
Indians general manager Chris Antonetti expressed support for manager Manny Acta and his coaching staff following the least successful trip in the franchise's 112-year history.
Cleveland went 0-9 at Minnesota, Kansas City and Detroit, ending the trip with a 10-8 loss to the Tigers on Sunday when All-Star closer Chris Perez gave up five runs with two outs in the 10th inning....
Through most of their roller coaster season, the Cleveland Indians have been able to count on two areas of the team to perform consistently: the defense and the back of the bullpen. Both areas collapsed Tuesday night, and Cleveland lost its 11th game in a row. Shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera, second baseman Jason Kipnis and first baseman Casey Kotchman all made errors in the last three...
Infielder Jose Lopez was designated for assignment by the Indians after batting .249 with four home runs and 29 RBI in 66 games this season. Right-handed pitcher Frank Herrmann was recalled from Class AAA Columbus, where he had a 2-2 record with seven saves in nine chances and a 4.28 ERA in 39 appearances. Herrmann had allowed 23 earned runs in 48 1/3 innings pitched.
I’m frustrated. Really frustrated. Quite possibly the most frustrated I’ve ever been with the Indians. That’s saying a lot considering how many disappointing years Indians fans have had to deal with, especially in the last five years.
In 2008, the Indians looked like legitimate World Series contenders coming off of a 2007 season where they were only...
By now most people know Indians Closer Chris Perez didn’t have his best outing in Detroit yesterday. Perez came into the Indians game when the Tribe had a 3 run lead over the Tigers in the tenth inning. Perez needed to earn his 30th save to get the Indians off of a 8 game losing streak. It didn’t happen the way Tribe fans would have liked. Perez gave up 5 runs to the Tigers in...
Miguel Cabrera stepped up to the plate to face Indians Closer Chris Perez in the 10th inning of a game the Tigers were trailing in by one run. The Tigers were looking to hand the Indians their 9th loss in a row and Perez was looking to end the 8 game losing streak. The Detroit Tigers would battle the Indians all game long, each time the Indians would score the Tigers were able to...
It is absolutely incredible what is going on with my beloved Indians right now. Even if you hired a Hollywood screen writer to tell the story of the now 11-game losing streak, he or she couldn’t come up with the storyline of these last three games.
Sunday’s implosion was one for the ages, as the Indians scored three times in the tenth inning, only to watch the Detroit Tigers...
After a third consecutive sweep, this one to the Detroit Tigers, the Indians postseason hopes have been officially demolished. As we move into "there's always next year" mode, focus should switch to the young players like recent call-up Ezequiel Carrera and future all-star Jason Kipnis. It will be interesting now to see how Corey Kluber and Chris Seddon pitch for...
Austin Jackson continued his amazing season Sunday afternoon compiling four hits in a 10-8 extra innings win over the Cleveland Indians.
WATCH JACKSON’S FOUR HIT DAY
Jackson finished the day going 4 for 6 with three runs scored and one RBI raising his average to an impressive .322 on the season. Not only that Jackson has 19 doubles and 7 triples on the season and an OBP of .409...
Roster Update: The Indians added Frank Herrmann to their overworked bullpen. To make room for him, they designated Jose Lopez for assignment.
Player of the Game
Shelley Duncan did not have any errors as tongiht's DH, so he is today's Player of the Game. Not only was Duncan error-less, but he also hit a 2 run home run in the second inning, giving him a score of 4.40...
The Monday Takeaway
The Indians must have been relieved when they sent the Twins down in order, then loaded the bases with nobody out in the bottom of the first inning, after returning home from a brutal, 0-9 road trip. Cleveland had fallen to 50-58 on the season, a likely insurmountable 9 ½ games behind the first-place White Sox, but at least the pain of Sunday afternoon’s...
The losing streak has reached nine, though this one had some serious style points.
The Indians against all odds prevented a leadoff triple from ending the game in the bottom of the ninth by intentionally walking Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder to load the bases following a strikeout of Omar Infante by Josh Tomlin. A 3-2-3 double play sent the game into extras, where Travis Hafner...