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Game 2015.19: Indians at Tigers

A last minute Trevor Bauer scratch worked out to the Tigers advantage as they jumped on a wild T.J. House for 3 runs, 4 hits and 4 walks in 3 innings, and then rode another outstanding performance from Alfredo Simon to a 4-1 win. Poor House, he’s now allowed 9 runs and 10 hits in 4 1/3 against the Tigers this year. Simon allowed 8 baserunners in 6 2/3, and then turned the ball...
Via Tigers Weblog
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Victor Takes Advantage of House in Bad Spot; Tigers 4, Indians 1

Did the Tribe Win Last Night? Nope. After the Indians tallied 13 runs on Friday night, Trevor Bauer ate something that made them just as contagious for him. After trying to give it a go, he had to be scratched prior to game time and T.J. House was a last minute replacement. House struggled early, allowing a pair of runs in the bottom of the first inning and another in the third....
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
2 days ago  |  Discuss

House Of Cards: Was Last Season A Fluke For TJ?

The 2015 season has not started well for T.J. House who, after losing his first two starts, is struggling to regain his 2014 momentum. So far this young season, he has a 14.14 ERA and 6.71 FIP while walking 6.43 batters per game. In his first start against Detroit at home, he only lasted 1.1 innings, giving up six earned runs and walking three while facing 14 total batters. The first...
Via Burning River Baseball
6 days ago  |  Discuss

4/19 Recap: Twins Huff & Plouffe, Blow House Down

Player of the Game It took awhile, but Carlos Santana gave the Indians their first and only extra base hit in the ninth inning with his second home run of the season high off the seats in right field. While it did little to erase the six run deficit, no other Indians player was deserving of today’s honor as both the pitching and hitting were generally less than desirable. Milestone...
Via Burning River Baseball
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Look Out For TJ House In 2015

TJ House is everyone’s favorite breakout candidate for the 2015 season. The one team that seems to be often overlooked for a chance to not only win the AL Central, but go for a bit of a run in the post-season is the Cleveland Indians. They’ve added pieces to their offense like Brandon Moss, have one of the best young catchers in the game in Yan Gomes, and have an MVP type...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
March 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Saved From Forclosure, House Gets Second Chance

While the news that Gavin Floyd will be out for most or all of the 2015 season is bad for the Indians as a team and as a business (he was guaranteed $4M), it did have a positive effect on one player, T.J. House. House was an integral part of the Indians rotation by the end of 2014, being promoted in May when he became a regular part of the rotation for about a month, then as a spot...
Via Burning River Baseball
March 20, 2015  |  Discuss

House Well-Positioned for Role in Starting Rotation

Until Tuesday, T.J. House’s chances of making the Indians rotation from the start of the season lay to chance. Heading into Spring Training, it seemed the Tribe only had one opening. Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco, and Trevor Bauer were shoo-ins to start, and with the addition of Gavin Floyd who, if healthy, would command a starting spot, House, Danny Salazar, Josh Tomlin, and Zach...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
March 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Blue hair, Tied game, House falls apart: Cleveland Indians Spring Training update

Less than 30 days until the Tribe is back in Progressive Field. Here’s the latest from Goodyear, Arizona: • Friday’s Cleveland Indians game against the Kansas City Royals had a few noteworthy items. For starters (pun fully intended) Danny Salazar continued his high-strike out, high-pitch count ways as he delivered four strike outs, while also giving up three hits, a walk, and...
Via Waiting For Next Year
March 09, 2015  |  Discuss

House throws five shutout innings for Mahoning Valley

NILES, Ohio -- One of the few places in the Indians organization where T.J. House hadn't played was Mahoning Valley. That changed on Wednesday as House pitched for the Scrappers against Connecticut. House pitched five scoreless innings in the Scrappers 4-0 win over the Tigers. He threw 54 pitches, including 35 strikes, and allowed just two hits while striking out four. "I felt good...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
July 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Patient House soaks in first Major League win

CLEVELAND -- In the past 12 months, T.J. House said the biggest improvement in his game is something that at times is hard to quantify. That would be poise. For most pitchers, if they came away with an 0-2 record in their first six Major League starts despite holding teams to two or less runs in four of them, the anxiety level might be a little high. For House, it was another reminder...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
July 05, 2014  |  Discuss

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