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The “Little Cowboy” Who Got No Respect

In the great city of Cleveland lived a little cowboy. While tales of his exploits were heard across the country, he still didn’t get the respect that he deserved. His name was Josh Tomlin. The cowboy was once a revered staple of Americana. Known for being brave, alert, courageous, fierce protectors, marksmen, and of strong physical stature, they were a vital component of the development...

Tomlin wins 10th, Gomes leaves game injured; Tribe win 6-1

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Josh Tomlin pitched 7 2-3 strong innings, Mike Napoli hit one of three Cleveland homers and the Indians beat the Minnesota Twins 6-1 Sunday.Chris Gimenez had two RBIs off the bench as the division-leading Indians won for just the third time in eight games.Max Kepler homered for Minnesota.Tomlin (10-2), who gave up eight runs - including a season-high five earned...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Twins can't solve Tribe's Tomlin, drop finale

Despite a quick turnaround from Saturday night's game that ended just after 12:30 a.m. local time, Cleveland's big bats woke up for the series finale. The Indians received a strong effort by starter Josh Tomlin and blasted three homers over 400 feet to pick up a 6-1 victory on Sunday afternoon at Target Field.
8 days ago

Tomlin looks to keep road dominance going vs. Twins

The Twins and Indians wrap up a three-game series on Sunday afternoon at Target Field, with Minnesota right-hander Kyle Gibson slated to take the mound against Cleveland's Josh Tomlin.
8 days ago

Josh Tomlin looks to continue Indians' streak against Tigers

CLEVELAND -- At this point, whenever the Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers meet, there's only one overriding topic: The Streak. Wednesday afternoon at Progressive Field, the two teams will play the final game of their three-game series, and it will be the Tigers' last chance until September to halt their losing streak to Cleveland, which currently stands at 11 games.Coverage begins...
Via Fox Sports
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboy Up: Tribe inks Josh Tomlin to two-year deal

Cleveland’s Little Cowboy just got a lot richer. Avoiding arbitration for this year and beyond, Indians starting pitcher Josh Tomlin has agreed to a two-year, $5.5 million deal that could earn the veteran upwards of $11 million over three seasons. The 31-year-old Tomlin agreed to a deal on January 15 ($2.25 million for one season) that avoided salary arbitration; this new deal...
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January 26, 2016  |  Discuss

Josh Tomlin to miss 3-4 months with shoulder surgery

The Indians announced on Friday that pitcher Josh Tomlin will have have arthroscopic debridement surgery on his injured shoulder. The surgery was warranted after Tomlin was found to be suffering from chronic AC joint inflammation. The Indians have set next Wednesday, April 8th, as the day of the surgery at the Cleveland Clinic. The timetable for his return to action is estimated...
Via Waiting For Next Year
April 03, 2015  |  Discuss

About Last Night: Another look back at Josh Tomlin's one-hitter

As the Indians get set to face Seattle today in the finale of a three-game series, most of the discussion is still about Josh Tomlin's one-hitter on Saturday. In Cleveland's 5-0 win, Tomlin pitched the second complete game of his career but this was the first that was a shutout. It is also the franchise's first complete game one-hitter since Billy Traber did it on July 8, 2003. It...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
June 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Indians what to watch for: Tomlin looks to rebound

Josh Tomlin got off to a quick start when he was called up from Columbus and joined the Indians rotation in early May. He won three of his first four appearances and had a 2.91 ERA. Since then he has struggled. Going into tonight's game against Seattle, the right-hander has won only one of his past six starts and has pitched six innings or less in all but one. Since nearly having...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
June 28, 2014  |  Discuss

The inimitable Josh Tomlin: old dogs, new tricks, and revisited parades

I try to avoid declaring any one person unique, as such declarations imply there are non-unique people—boring and generic caricatures, leading rote and empty lives. This feels like a nasty thing to say, even only as an implication. But Josh Tomlin is unique and you are leading a rote and empty life. Let’s begin with some TOMLINY attributes. He gives up considerably more home...
Via Waiting For Next Year
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

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