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COLUMBUS- Perhaps it was the “lucky” green uniforms the Clippers were wearing on Irish Heritage Night at Huntington Park or maybe it was the clutch hitting in the bottom of the eighth inning. Regardless, Columbus prevailed against the Toledo Mud Hens Friday with a narrow 2-1 victory.
With one out and the score tied at one, right fielder Matt Carson scorched a screaming ball into the left-center gap off of reliever Brayan Villarreal and motored all the way around the bases for a triple. Shortstop Luis Hernandez then gave Columbus the go-ahead run with an RBI groundout that bounced over Villarreal’s head.
"Huge at bat right there," Columbus manager Chris Tremie said of Carson’s three-bagger. "Even to expand on that, the triple’s great but then the great read on the chopper to score was the turning point in the game."
Closer Preston Guilmet entered the game in the ninth and shut the door on the Mud Hens to secure the team’s first series win since May 20 against the ...
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CLEVELAND, OH - The Cleveland Indians today announced the following roster moves relative to the Major League roster:
Recalled RHP CHEN-CHANG (C.C.) LEE (#20) from the Triple-A Columbus Clippers.
Optioned RHP DANNY SALAZAR to AAA Columbus.
Lee, 26, has compiled no record in 6 relief outings for Triple-A Columbus this year (6.1IP, 3H, 0R, 3BB, 12K), limiting batters to a .136 (3-22...
Corey KKKKKKKluber at it again!
As has become the corny tradition on Twitter and social media here in Tribe nation, the play-by-play following Indians starter Corey Kluber included the addition of an extra “K” with each strikeout the right-hander recorded. Well, Friday night proved to be another opportune time to let the K’s fly both grammatically and pitching-wise...
The Cleveland Indians sent starter Corey Kluber to the mound for the first game in the series against the Kansas City Royals. Kluber delivered 7-2/3′s innings of shut-out baseball. He pitched a sensational game and he only allowed 3 hits in the game. Kluber has to be turning some heads this season. I don’t think anyone thought this guy would be the pitcher we are seeing each...
The Indians have optioned rookie Danny Salazar back to the minor leagues one day after his dazzling debut.
Salazar took a no-hitter into the sixth inning, struck out seven and got his first win Thursday in a spot start against Toronto. The 23-year-old was sent back to Triple-A Columbus and the team recalled reliever Chen-Chang Lee from the Clippers.
Salazar showed the Indians he...
GOODYEAR – The losing streak finally ended Saturday night in Goodyear as the AZL Indians scratched and clawed their way to a solid, 4-3 victory over the AZL Angels.
Indians reliever Anthony Vizcaya, who came on in relief of starting pitcher Sean Brady, threw five strong innings of relief and redeemed himself after the nightmare outing that he had on July 7th against the Rangers...
When the Indians acquired right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez at the 2011 non-waiver deadline, their farm system was the seventh-best in the majors, according to the preseason rankings in Baseball America. Jimenez, meanwhile, was no mere rental -- he was under club control, at below-market salaries, through 2014.
The Indians, 3½ games behind the division-leading Tigers at the time, actually...
CLEVELAND -- Assigning reason to the Indians win Friday turned into a baseball rundown of sorts.Many were involved, as running them down shows.Or something like that.Whatever.The major factor in beating Kansas City in the opening game of a three-game series: Corey Kluber.The Indians starter continues his ascension in the rotation, to the point that hes gone from an April callup to...
Rookie Danny Salazar pitched six superb innings to win his major league debut, leading the Cleveland Indians to a 4-2 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday.
Salazar, who began the season in Double-A ball, allowed just one run and two hits. The right-hander didn't give up a hit until the sixth and struck out seven. The hard-throwing 23-year-old was shocked at being called...
Ubaldo Jimenez has pitched worse each successive time he has faced the Kansas City Royals this year heading into his fourth such outing.
Kansas City has to like its chances of avoiding a sweep by Jimenez's Cleveland Indians with James Shields on the mound.
The visiting Royals have had trouble hitting Jimenez this year but they have won eight straight outings by Shields heading...
Around the Farm takes a quick look at some of yesterday’s performances by Indians prospects throughout the system. The positions listed below are where the player was playing in yesterday’s game.
Jose Ramirez: SS, Columbus Clippers: 3-for-5, 2 R, 1 2B:
You can’t keep a good player down, and in this case, a great player. Ramirez is ripping the cover off the ball. Over his...
Corey Kluber pitched into the eighth inning and pinch hitter Michael Bourn had a big two-run single, leading the Cleveland Indians to a 3-0 win over the Kansas City Royals on Friday night.
Kluber (7-5) allowed three hits and struck out eight in 7 2-3 innings. The right-hander worked out of a bases-loaded, one-out jam in the fifth.
Joe Smith recorded the final out in the eighth...
Player of the Game
Lonnie Chisenhall was involved in almost all the Indians' scoring and them some tonight, with his grand slam scoring all but one of the Tribe's runs in the game. He also doubled later in the game. Chisenhall finished with a POG score of 7.38, making this his best game of the year. He just nudged out tonight's starter, Scott Kazmir, who threw 6.1...
Player of the Game
Jason Kipnis continually proves to be the spark plug for the Indians offense and today he came through in every possible way. He knocked in the first run in the first inning with a sacrifice fly, then later knocked in another with a single. He ended the day with a double in the eighth inning. He also walked twice during the game, allowing him to reach base...