Found September 17, 2013 on
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Asdrubal Cabrera drove in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning, and the Cleveland Indians rallied against the stingy Kansas City Royals bullpen for a 5-3 victory Tuesday night.
The Indians were shut out until the sixth by Yordano Ventura, who made an electric major league debut. They tied the game 3-all in the seventh off reliever Kelvin Herrera, and Cabrera's double off Wade Davis (7-11) in the eighth scored Drew Stubbs and gave Cleveland the lead.
Michael Bourn added a homer in the ninth to provide a cushion.
Meanwhile, Cody Allen (6-1) was among six Indians relievers who kept Kansas City off the scoreboard the final 4 1-3 innings. Chris Perez handled a perfect ninth for his 25th save.
The win allowed the Indians to remain a half-game back of Texas and Tampa Bay in the AL wild-card race. The Royals are 3 12 games adrift after the Rangers beat the Rays earlier in the night.
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Brian Hoyer? Former third-string quarterback BRIAN HOYER is dominating the discussion today. Who gives a damn? If the Indians win tonight, they’re in the second wild card slot with ten games to play! This is what we should be talking about! Craig said there isn’t much to debate about with the Tribe, but let’s prove him wrong.
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Leading the Indians 3-0 after...
The Cleveland Indians did it again, they lost to the Kansas City Royals. This is a team that the Indians should beat. They lost 7-1 and they could have moved up in the wild card race with a win. The Tribe is a 1/2 game back in the race for a wild card spot and they need to take this series in KC. The Tribe sent Scott Kazmir to the mound and he didn’t have one of his best outings...
With just a few games remaining in the American League Wild Card hunt, the Cleveland Indians are hoping to get a
boost to their pitching staff with Justin Masterson potentially set to throw a bullpen
session this Friday. Masterson, who has been battling a strained oblique since
September 2nd, could be available either out of the bullpen or in
the rotation before the end of...
Those Tribe fans whose television sets survived past the fifth inning were treated to a Tribe comeback win against wild card rival Kansas City to even the final regular season series between the two AL Central clubs at one. With their 5-3 win, the Indians clinched their first winning season since 2007, which was also the last time they made the playoffs. After Texas snapped...
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The Kansas City Royals have scratched left-hander Danny Duffy from his second consecutive start with what the team is calling a mild
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considering Duffy is coming off of Tommy John surgery.
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September baseball at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario.
A year ago today, the Cleveland Indians were 61-86, 20 ½ games out of first, and less than ten days away from firing manager Manny Acta.
There was no joy here at the Corner, as the future looked less than bright for a Tribe team that didn’t have much in the immediate minor league system, and had no real way to attract...
This one started out poorly, ended poorly, and was played poorly in the middle. Lets just say it was not a banner evening for your Cleveland Indians.
For the second time this week, the Wahoos had a chance to get into the lead for the second Wild Card spot with a win. They started the night a half game behind both Texas and Tampa Bay. The rookie Danny Salazar got the ball from manager...
I warned you not to view this appalling catastrophe, but your curiosity urged you to take a peek. Now your retinas will be burned with the image of this jiggly, creepy Kansas City Royals for all eternity. You have no one to blame but yourself.
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Here we are the final homestand of the season at Kauffman Stadium and the Royals are still kicking in their quest to chase down their first postseason berth in 28 years.
(Check that: the final homestand of the “regular” season because...well who knows? It’s not like the Royals need a miracle; just two weeks of good nights and good luck.)
Successive triples by Salvy Perez...
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