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House allows four runs in Tribe's 4-1 loss

GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) -- Tyler Flowers and George Kottaras had key doubles in Chicago's three-run fourth inning, spoiling T.J. House's day after he was told he earned a spot in Cleveland's rotation as the White Sox beat the Indians 4-1 on Sunday. Flowers doubled to score Gordon Beckham and he later scored along with J.B. Schuck on a long double by Kottaras to give Chicago a 3-1 lead...
Via AP on Fox
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Zach McAllister and TJ House Win Last Two Rotation Spots for Indians

The Cleveland Indians today have announced that RHP Zach McAllister and LHP TJ House have both won the two vacant rotation spots coming out of Spring Training. They beat out flamethrower Danny Salazar, Josh Tomlin, and Bruce Chen. In 19 IP this spring, McAllister was 2-1 with a 3.32 ERA and 24 strikeouts. The announcement comes a day after McAllister had an impressive start for the...
Via Baseball Essential
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

House, McAllister picked a starters for Indians

GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) Zach McAllister and T.J. House have won the two open jobs in the Cleveland Indians' starting rotation. Manager Terry Francona told the pitchers on Sunday before House started an exhibition against the Chicago White Sox. The left-handed House and McAllister will follow Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco and Trevor Bauer in a rotation the Indians...
Via AP on Fox
22 hours ago  |  Discuss

A tough decision on the Cleveland Indians final rotation spot

This team may have the most consistent year-to-year roster retention it has had in decades. Although there weren’t any major splashes in free agency, the Indians did not lose any of its foundation either and henceforth, look to be promising in the upcoming season. However, their lone pitching pickup, Gavin Floyd, has re-aggravated his elbow and will be out indefinitely. This...
Via Sports-Glory
4 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
6 days ago  |  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
9 days ago  |  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?
18 days ago  |  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
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Spring Training Notes: Tomlin, House audition for starting role with the Tribe

The Cleveland Indians added another Spring Training contest to their 2015 resume. Here’s a look at the last 24 (or so) hours of Tribe baseball. Giddyup: Josh Tomlin got the start on Wednesday and T.J. House received his first innings of the year. Michael Bourn, Ryan Raburn, and Francisco Lindor also made their 2015 debuts. The Little Cowboy is another year removed from Tommy John...
Via Waiting For Next Year
25 days ago  |  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

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