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Cleveland Indians may soon have minority investor

CLEVELAND (AP) An investment bank hired by Indians owner Paul Dolan has identified a potential minority partner for the franchise and may be near a deal. Steve Greenberg, managing director of Allen & Company, a New York-based financial boutique that has brokered sports acquisitions in the past, said Thursday the search has narrowed on a ''small group.'' Greenberg said the hope...
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How Long Can the Tribe Hold on to Sandy?

He came to Cleveland in a blockbuster trade, played the bulk of his career here as part of those great teams in the 1990s, and the entirety of his coaching and managing career was here. But as another Indians season ends, you can’t help but wonder: How long can Sandy Alomar Jr. stay with the Indians? Almost since the time he rejoined the Indians coaching staff, he’s been good...

Breaking into the Record Books 2015

While as a team, the Indians season was largely disappointing, they still had plenty of individual successes. Of particular note was the starting rotation with four starters striking out 170 batters each for the first time in Indians history among other impressive stats. Below follows all the Indians players who have moved into the top ten in career or single season team record books...
Via Burning River Baseball
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The Litany of Reasons Lindor is Rookie of the Year

If Francisco Lindor does not win the American League Rookie of the Year Award, don’t blame him. He did everything he could in the time he had. The competition has been highly contested and razor thin between the Astros’ Carlos Correa and Lindor for most of the second half of the season. The final vote, already made but not announced until the conclusion of the post-season, will...

Indians promote stability, Antonetti, Chernoff, and Falvey

On Tuesday, the Cleveland Indians formally announced what had been rumored in promoting Chris Antonetti to President of Baseball Operations, Mike Chernoff to General Manager, and Derek Falvey to Assistant General Manager. Despite falling short of the playoffs once again in 2015, the Cleveland Indians front office personnel continue to be desired candidates for jobs throughout MLB...
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Grantland’s Jonah Keri votes Lindor for AL ROY; Kluber fifth in Cy Young

The Cleveland Indians won’t be hoisting any hardware as a team this fall, but there’s still a chance that they bring home some individual awards. AL Rookie of the Year contender Francisco Lindor represents the best chance, and Grantland’s Jonah Keri gave the shortstop some kudos in his season-ending awards writeup: In what will go down as The Year of the Rookie, this was another...
Via Waiting For Next Year
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End of 2015 Season Power Rankings 1-15

Continuing from yesterday’s list, here are the top 15 Cleveland Indians players from the 2015 season. The remainder of the final Indians roster can be seen here. Before reading this list and judging, know that players are ranked by what they have done in the entire year, not what they are at their best or what they could provide for the rest of the year. In addition to being ranked...
Via Burning River Baseball
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Sox Get Swept By Indians to End The Season

The Red Sox came into the final game of the season in 2o15 with Rick Porcello on the mound vs. Danny Salazar for the Indians.  The Sox were hoping for a win to not be swept out of 2015.  The Sox got the first run, but the Indians scored last and sent the Sox packing with another loss in the season. The Sox scored their one and only run in the game in the top of the 1st inning....
Via Fenway West
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Building and Maintaining a Winner in Cleveland

At Did the Tribe Win Last Night, we provide our readers with glimpses of all levels of the Cleveland Indians organization – the farm system and parent club, the players, the coaches, the facility, special events, and the front office. Change is a big, inherent part of that business. The Indians will be facing plenty of that in the offseason with the departure of president Mark...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
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Sox Drop Another Game To The Indians As Season Draws To A Close

The Red Sox faced off against the Indians once again as the season winds down.  Both teams are not going anywhere in the playoffs, so it is just playing it out at this point.  The Sox decided to tap Craig Breslow once again as a starter in a bullpen game vs. Kluber for the Indians.  Breslow once again impressed in his impromptu role as a starter, but he would still end up with...
Via Fenway West
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Top 10 Pitching Performances of 2015

The season has obviously not gone the way the Indians and their fans had hoped it would. There are a number of potential reasons for the Indians underachievement, most of them related to offensive futility during the first 3/4 of the season. The one aspect of this Indians’ team that has not failed to disappoint is the Indians’ starting rotation. Despite the revolving door at...
Via Burning River Baseball
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Francona vs. Orsillo, or “Why We’ll Miss Don, Reason #27,849″

History has shown us that every Batman must have his Joker. Every Casear his Brutus. Every Marty McFly his Biff. Every foodie that best friend who just wants to go to Arby’s. It’s a circle of conflict that has kept this world spinning for years. Now we must add two more names to those classic confrontations: Don Orsillo and Terry Francona. For reasons I still don’t quite understand...
Via Surviving Grady
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End of the season post-mortem: 2015 Cleveland Indians

The Indians went into this season expecting to win, but fell into a hole after a couple poor months that even the annual Terry Francona bounce couldn’t get them out of. For the third straight season, the Tribe fell short of the real playoffs despite having one of the best pitching staffs in baseball and a few MVP caliber hitters. Preseason Prediction: The Indians have a set...
Via The Outside Corner
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Twins P hints team will hit Indians infielder over bat flip

    The Minnesota Twins took exception to the way Jose Ramirez celebrated a home run he hit on Wednesday, and Ricky Nolasco hinted that the second baseman may be in line for a plunking. Ramirez went 2-for-4 with 4 RBIs in the Indians’ 10-1 win over the Twins in the second half of a doubleheader. He had an RBI double in the second, but it was after his 3-run home run in the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Brantley shut down for the season due to shoulder injury

Indians outfielder Michael Brantley will be shut down for the rest of the season due to an injury to his right shoulder. The Indians have six games left in 2015, starting with today’s doubleheader against the Minnesota Twins.’s Jordan Bastian was first with the news this afternoon. MRI showed inflammation in Brantley's right shoulder. He'll get cortisone shot today...
Via Waiting For Next Year
7 days ago  |  Discuss

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