Found August 14, 2012 on Cleveland Sports 360:
The Cleveland Indians didn’t do much to improve the team before the trade deadline, what they did do, they did right. Brent Lillibridge is quickly becoming one of the Cleveland Indians rising stars. In the win against the Angels Brent Lillibridge 2 for 4 and was responsible for 3 of the Indians 6 runs. This guy can give the Cleveland Indians the lift they needed to get this team back to winning baseball games. Lillibridge can play so many positions for the Indians he is like have a spar baseball team in your dug-out. The Cleveland Indians got it right when they picked up Brent Lillibridge, now they have to find a way to lock this guy into Cleveland for the long-term. Lets hope the Indians front office finds a way to sign this guy for the long-term. He is an asset to manager Manny Acta and the Indians not only need to keep this guy, the team needs to find another guy like Brent Lillibridge and go out and sign him. The Indians beat the Angels in the first game of their west coast road...

MLB News: Tomlin to DL; Hernandez Recalled

From the Indians- “The Cleveland Indians today announced that RHP JOSH TOMLIN has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with right elbow inflammation, retroactive to August 13. The club has reinstated RHP ROBERTO HERNANDEZ (#55) to take Tomlin’s place on the club’s 25-man roster. Tomlin, 27, was a member of the Indians Opening Day rotation and has gone 5-8 with a 6.36 ERA...

Starting Pitching Tells The Story Of The Weekend

The way this Cleveland Indians roster is currently constructed, for them to win and/or be competitive is if their starting pitching keeps them in games. Pitching deep into those games is obviously a welcomed sight. Its as simple as that. This weekend, where the Tribe lost two of three to the Red Sox, the starters were all over the map. On Friday night, Chris Seddon pitched surprisingly...

Questions surround Indians' Kluber and Tomlin

The Indians suffered their worst home loss in eight years, and their pitching staff continues to be a source of concern following a 14-1 defeat to Boston on Sunday. The question marks surround the first two pitchers used by the Indians in the game, starter Corey Kluber and Josh Tomlin. Kluber gave up six runs in 3 1/3 innings and Tomlin gave up seven runs in 1 1/3 innings. It was...

Jimenez's slump makes his 2013 option look less appealing

The enigma that is Ubaldo Jimenez had another rocky outing Tuesday night in the Cleveland Indians' 9-6 loss to the Los Angeles Angels. Jimenez lasted just four innings and gave up eight runs. It's the fifth time in his last 21 starts that the right-hander has given up seven or more runs. Jimenez has struggled all year, but he has been particularly ineffective since the...

Indians Ubaldo Jimenez Gets Roughed Up By An Angel or 2

The Cleveland Indians were looking to extend their winning ways on the west coast last night, Ubaldo Jimenez got the call to the mound. Jimenz has another rough outing, he only made to the fourth inning. Jimenez gave up 8 hits and 8 earned runs, he walked 2 and struck out 4, 2 of the hits were home runs. The real damage came in the 4th when 2 Angels took Ubaldo out of the park. First...

Masterson silences Angels in Indians' win

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- Justin Masterson pitched shutout ball into the seventh inning and the Cleveland Indians bounced back from their most lopsided loss of the season to beat the sputtering Los Angeles Angels 6-2 Monday night in the opener of a 10-game road trip. Brent Lillibridge homered off All-Star lefty C.J. Wilson (9-9), who dropped his fifth straight decision. Masterson...

Only a few of the 2012 Cleveland Indians are fun to watch

Choo, Brantley, Kipnis, Cabera, and Santana are the only position players that are fun to watch. Sometimes Masterson, and always C. Perez, Pestano, and Smith are fun to watch. Kotchman, Duncan, Hannahan, Marson, Donald, and Lillibridge are not. Carrera might turn out to be. The departed Lopez, Damon, and several relief pitchers were not.

Angels 9, Indians 6 — Rich Dad, Poor Dad: The On-Field Production

PRO TIP: A change-up is coming Major League Baseball is, at its core, comprised of two groups of teams. Both want to win as winning is the root of call competition and baseball is, by and large, rife with highly competitive individuals. One group yearns to do so, so badly, that that they are willing to do whatever it takes in order to better their chances at reaching the pinnacle...

Indians 6, Angels 2

Justin Masterson pitched shutout ball into the seventh inning and the Cleveland Indians bounced back from their most lopsided loss of the season to beat the sputtering Los Angeles Angels 6-2 Monday night in the opener of a 10-game road trip. Brent Lillibridge homered off All-Star lefty C.J. Wilson (9-9), who dropped his fifth straight decision. Albert Pujols hit his 25th homer...

Arod's Miami Beach Home can be Yours for a Cool $38MM (Complete with Cleveland Indians Framed Photo)

Alex Rodriguez' Miami Beach home is for sale. (Yes, the one on North Bay Road that the Victoria's Secret Angels filmed commercials at.) Sotheby's writes: Uninterrupted, panoramic views of the water... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Orioles acquire lefty reliever Romero

Left-handed reliever J.C. Romero is back with the Orioles organization after Baltimore acquired him Monday from the Cleveland Indians organization in exchange for minor league infielder Carlos Rojas. Romero will be added to the Orioles' 25-man and 40-man rosters Tuesday, and he'll join Troy Patton to give the team a second left-handed reliever. The 36-year-old veteran...

8/13 Game Recap: Indians 6 - Angels 2

Unimportant Roster Update: The Indians traded J.C. Romero to the Baltimore Orioles after signing him recently to pitch for Columbus. He had signed a short term contract allowing him to request his release on Wednesday, but the Orioles decided they couldn't wait. In return, the Indians picked up Carlos Rojas, a career minor leaguer hitting .226 across AA and AAA so far this...

8/14 Game Recap: Indians 6 - Angels 9

Roster Update Josh Tomlin was placed on the disabled list today with right elbow inflammation. In his place, Roberto Hernandez will be called up for tomorrow's start. While this could be a phantom injury that was made up for a little roster flexibility, there is a good chance this is something much more serious. Tomlin has struggled all season in ways he never has before in...

Indians trade J.C. Romero to the Orioles

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