Found September 02, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
The Cleveland Indians recalled right-handed pitcher Frank Hermann from Class AAA Columbus, the club announced Sunday. Herrmann, 28, went 2-2 with a 4.78 ERA in a team-best 42 relief appearances for Columbus. He made four appearances for Cleveland earlier this year.

Indians recall RHP Frank Herrmann

The Tribe recalled 28 year old RHP reliever Frank Herrmann from Triple-A Columbus. Herrmann, 0-0 in four appearances with the Tribe (giving up 3 runs in 5.2 innings), was 2-2 with 8 saves in 42 relief appearances with Columbus. Herrmann has a career 4.64 ERA in 106.2 innings. [Related: Looking for Leaders in the Cleveland Indians Clubhouse]

Indians Promote Russ Canzler and Scott Barnes

The Cleveland Indians today, per press release, announced the club has recalled Russ Canzler and Scott Barnes from AAA Columbus and purchased the contract Thomas Neal from AA Akron. Canzler, 26, spent the entire 2012 Minor League season in Columbus where he hit .265 (129-487) with 36 doubles, 3 triples, 22 home runs and 79RBI in 130 games (.328OB/.487SLG/.815OPS). He led the Clippers...

MLB News: Indians and Clippers Extend Affiliation Agreement

The Columbus Clippers and the Cleveland Indians announced, per press release, a two year extension of their player development contract which will now extend through the 2016 season. Ken Schnacke, President & GM, had these comments:  “These first four seasons of being affiliated with the Cleveland Indians in our new ballpark has exceeded all of our expectations. The awards...

Indians call up three minor leaguers

The Cleveland Indians expanded their roster to 28 players Saturday by recalling infielder Russ Cansler and left-hander Scott Barnes from Class AAA Columbus and purchasing the contract of outfielder Thomas Neal from Class AA Akron. Canzler, 26, hit .265 with 36 doubles, 22 home runs and 79 RBI in 130 games. Barnes, 24, was 2-3 with a 3.98 ERA in 31 games for Columbus. In three...

Indians' Kluber earns first major league win

Not much has gone right for the Cleveland Indians in the second half of the season. Most of the hitters have been in slumps, and most of the pitchers have struggled. However, one pitcher who is making the most of a bad situation is rookie right-hander Corey Kluber. Kluber pitched six solid innings Monday against a very good Detroit Tigers lineup to help lead the Indians to a rare...

9/2 Game Recap: Ranger - Indians

Roster Update: In addition to the three minor leaguers brought up yesterday, the Indians have now added Frank Herrmann back to the roster. Already these September Call-ups are being thrown into action with Russ Canzler starting yesterday and producing and both him and Thomas Neal starting today. Injury Update: Asdrubal Cabrera is sitting out today for the second game in a row nursing...

Indians extend triple-A contract with Columbus

The Cleveland Indians announced Monday a two-year extension of their player development contract with triple-A Columbus that will run through the 2016 season. “The Clippers are a first-class organization that provides our players and staff with a major league-caliber operation and facility,” Indians general manager Chris Antonetti said. “We look forward to continuing this...

5-24 August is worst month in Indians history

Thankfully for the Cleveland Indians, August is over, but not before they set a record for the worst month in franchise history. Cleveland's 5-3 loss to the Texas Rangers on Friday capped a 5-24 month. The Indians' previous worst single-month record was 6-24 in July 1914. "It's been a really tough month on all of us. We can't wait to move on," pitcher...

Indians pitch their way past Rangers

CLEVELAND (AP) -- Jeanmar Gomez and three Cleveland relievers combined to beat the Texas Rangers 4-3 and the Indians snapped a six-game losing streak Saturday night. The win was Cleveland's sixth in 34 games since July 27. Texas entered with a four-game lead in the AL West over Oakland and lost for just the fifth time in 16 games. Gomez worked 5 2-3 innings. Joe Smith, Esmil...

Where We At? August 2012

With the worst months in Indians history over there wasn't much movement up or down the power rankings. Most of the movement that did occur happened because seven new players were added to the 25 man roster.  1. Shin-Soo Choo Even (+1) 30 SO: This is the first time for Choo in the number one spot after being held by Hafner for a month, then Kipnis for the rest of the year...

Indians 3, Tigers 2

Asdrubal Cabrera's tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the seventh inning lifted the Cleveland Indians to a 3-2 win over the Detroit Tigers on Monday, giving right-hander Corey Kluber his first career victory. Detroit entered the day tied for first in the AL Central. It was tied at 2 in the seventh when reliever Darin Downs (1-1) allowed two singles and a walk to load the bases with...

Box Score: Indians 3, Rangers 8

Indians rookie Thomas Neal got his first major league hit, Rangers rookie Jurickson Profar hit a home run in his first major league AB and the Tribe snapped their one game winning streak, falling 8-3 to the Rangers. Indians starter Zach McAllister (5-6, 4.26 ERA) gave up 7 runs in 5 innings and Carlos Santana hit his 14th home run. The Tribe travels to Detroit to take on the Tigers...

9/3 Game Recap: Indians 3 - Tigers 2

Player of the Game Corey Kluber won his first game of the year and his first Player of the Game as well. Kluber threw 6 innings, allowing just 2 runs while striking out four and inducing two double plays. His final score was 4.16. Feathers Up While the Indians were kept from getting extra base hits, they were able to turn a few singles into something more. Jason Kipnis took...
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