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Virtually no margin of error for Indians

After failing to move in front of first-place Detroit over the weekend, the Kansas City Royals got some help to remain close in the race for the AL Central crown. Trailing the Tigers by just one game, the Royals will also look to push the fading Indians to the brink as the two clubs continue a key series Tuesday in Cleveland. Kansas City (85-71) lost Monday in the completion of a...
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Virtually no margin of error for Indians

After failing to move in front of first-place Detroit over the weekend, the Kansas City Royals got some help to remain close in the race for the AL Central crown. Trailing the Tigers by just one game, the Royals will also look to push the fading Indians to the brink as the two clubs continue a key series Tuesday in Cleveland. Kansas City (85-71) lost Monday in the completion of a...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
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Series Preview #50: Kansas City Royals (84-70) at Cleveland Indians (81-74)

It is hard to believe but the final week of the 2014 Major League Baseball regular season is upon us. In a manner just like last season, everything that needs to happen for the Cleveland Indians (81-74) to keep in contention has happened. While they are hanging on by a thread in the playoff races with seven games left to complete, their chances in the AL Central are all but gone...
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Series Preview: Royals at Cleveland Indians, September 22-24

The final road trip of the 2014 season is the one that will define whether or not the Royals end a playoff drought stretching back to 1985 or if we'll be hoping the streak doesn't reach 30 years next season. They travel to Cleveland for three games plus the end of that suspended game from August 31. While they aren't in the same dire straits in terms of their playoff...
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Daily DraftKings Picks: Friday, Sep 19

Yesterday I had some issues updating my entry after lineups were submitted, so my Official Lineup below contains two players who didn’t start — Justin Turner and Gregory Polanco. Oh well! For the players that did play, my pitchers were very good as Gio Gonzalez and Danny Salazar combined for 50 points, and both Wilin Rosario and Michael Cuddyer had big games as well. Overall...
Via Baseball Professor
4 days ago  |  Discuss

The Tribe is alive, but next year they will thrive (Part 1)

Fans of the Cleveland Indians are surely disappointed as the team stumbled mightily in the first two weeks of September, a month which proved so successful for them in last season’s torrid sprint to the playoffs. While the Tribe is still mathematically alive, their failure to take advantage of tremendous starting pitching has cost them a great opportunity to make the playoffs in...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Tribe top ‘Stros, celebrate in style

From the first pitch, an 89-mile-per-hour sinker from the hand of the towering Houston Astros starting pitcher Scott Feldman, this Thursday night contest had given off the scent of weirdness. The Cleveland Indians had trouble with the 6-foot-7-inch, right-handed Feldman. The Astros, they had trouble with Danny Salazar, the 24-year-old who barely touches 6-feet. The umpires had trouble...
Via Waiting For Next Year
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Tribe Remains Alive in Late Inning Rally; Indians 2, Astros 1

Danny Salazar and Scott Feldman each deserved something better than a no-decision Salazar and Feldman each battled deep into the game, but a strange ninth inning erased the chance for a decision for each. Salazar pitched into the eighth inning, allowing just one run, while Feldman pitched into the ninth. The difference in the game was likely a wild pitch in the fourth inning that...
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Second Thoughts Game #152: Indians 2, Astros 1

It got to the point where even I was on the verge of ruling this team out in their playoff chase over the weekend. Yet just four days later, here they are once again won three straight to take the four game set in Houston and fight their way back to just four games away from a playoff berth. Unfortunately, time is not on their side as they have only 10 games left to work with. However...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

9/18 Recap: Ramirez Runs Tribe To Series Win

Player of the Game Danny Salazar continued another run of great starts with nine strike outs in 7.1 shut out innings. He also allowed just five hits, all singles, and one earned run that was aided by a wild pitch. Tribe pitchers have now thrown at least seven innings, with one run or less, two walks or less and at least nine strike outs in the past three starts. Going back further...
Via Burning River Baseball
4 days ago  |  Discuss

2015′s breakout team: the Cleveland Indians

For whatever reason, Cleveland seems to be the place to be for late 20’s breakouts from starting pitchers. Cliff Lee set the tone for the Indians a few years back, and this year, Corey Kluber and Carlos Carrasco have followed in his footsteps. It is unfortunate for the Indians that Carrasco’s dominance, along with Danny Salazar’s resurgence, occurred so late in the season....
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians continue playoff fight as Salazar gets start in series finale

A pair of strong pitching performances have helped the Cleveland Indians bounce back from a rough start to their final road trip of the regular season. Danny Salazar now looks to avoid a third straight rough outing while helping the Indians end Scott Feldman's run of home success for the Houston Astros on Thursday night. Cleveland (78-73) snapped a four-game skid Tuesday when...
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Indians continue playoff fight as Salazar gets start in series finale

A pair of strong pitching performances have helped the Cleveland Indians bounce back from a rough start to their final road trip of the regular season. Danny Salazar now looks to avoid a third straight rough outing while helping the Indians end Scott Feldman's run of home success for the Houston Astros on Thursday night. Cleveland (78-73) snapped a four-game skid Tuesday when...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Avila, Homers Make Detroit Late Inning Victors; Tigers 5, Indians 4

One breath at a time. With just over two weeks remaining in the season, the Cleveland Indians may not have much life remaining in their playoff hopes, and one of those final breaths may have been taken Saturday night. Alex Avila hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the eighth inning off Bryan Shaw to give the Tigers a 5-4 victory, extending the Tigers’ lead in the division over...
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What to watch: Indians vs. Tigers

DETROIT -- Danny Salazar hopes to get back on track tonight as the Indians seek to even their series against the Tigers. Salazar (6-7, 4.19 ERA) gave up six runs on eight hits in Monday's 12-3 loss to the Angels. All of the runs the right-hander gave up came in the fifth, which snapped Salazar's string of 21 consecutive innings without giving up a run. Prior to that start...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Lobstein looks to build on first big league win Saturday

While Danny Salazar turned in arguably the worst start of his career his previous time out, he was at his best against the Detroit Tigers last week. The visiting Cleveland Indians could surely use another gem as they try to keep pace in the postseason chase Saturday night against the Tigers, who just climbed into first place in the AL Central. Detroit (81-66) has won four of five...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Lobstein looks to build on first big league win Saturday

While Danny Salazar turned in arguably the worst start of his career his previous time out, he was at his best against the Detroit Tigers last week. The visiting Cleveland Indians could surely use another gem as they try to keep pace in the postseason chase Saturday night against the Tigers, who just climbed into first place in the AL Central. Detroit (81-66) has won four of five...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
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Indians aim to tie series against Detroit

While Danny Salazar turned in arguably the worst start of his career his previous time out, he was at his best against the Detroit Tigers last week. The visiting Cleveland Indians could surely use another gem as they try to keep pace in the postseason chase Saturday night against the Tigers, who just climbed into first place in the AL Central. Detroit (81-66) has won four of five...
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Indians aim to tie series against Detroit

While Danny Salazar turned in arguably the worst start of his career his previous time out, he was at his best against the Detroit Tigers last week. The visiting Cleveland Indians could surely use another gem as they try to keep pace in the postseason chase Saturday night against the Tigers, who just climbed into first place in the AL Central. Detroit (81-66) has won four of five...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians drilled by Angels, 12-3

Tribe right-hander Danny Salazar allowed six runs on eight hits -- including two homers -- in 4 2/3 innings. He walked two and struck out four. Salazar allowed all of the runs in the fifth, the first of which snapped his scoreless-innings streak at 21. In his previous start, Sept. 3 against Detroit, Salazar threw an eight-hit shutout. Salazar's line against the Angels suggests...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Second Thoughts Game #142: Angels 12, Indians 3

Makeup Monday isn’t Kind to Salazar, Indians For four innings it looked like the Indians were in store for yet another nail-biter. Danny Salazar was cruising, and the Indians offense wasn’t generating much against Jered Weaver. Then it all unraveled. Salazar was hit hard in the fifth inning, giving up two home runs and six runs before being replaced by Zach McAllister–...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Due for a clunker, Tribe sleepwalks through makeup tilt

I woke up yesterday and had completely forgotten that the Indians had a makeup day game at Progressive Field. Judging by the attendance, so did the rest of the city. I hate the attendance conversation and it is completely irrelevant to Monday afternoon. I follow this team as closely as anyone and even I didn’t have the game on my radar. Nevertheless, The Los Angeles Angels came...
Via Waiting For Next Year
14 days ago  |  Discuss

A One-Game Beating

Player of the Game Lonnie Chisenhall wins this afternoon’s nod. He accounted for all three Indians runs with a two-run home run in the fifth inning and an RBI single in the sixth that pulled the Indians to within 6-3 at the time. Feathers Up Chisenhall temporarily put the Indians back into contention with a two-run homer in the fifth (No.13) and an RBI single in the sixth to make...
Via Burning River Baseball
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Salazar stuggles; Angles rout Tribe, 12-3

CLEVELAND—Things were far from normal for the Indians Monday afternoon at Progressive Field. Well, at least on the pitching side of things. Making up a rained out game initially scheduled for June 18 against the first place L.A. Angels, Tribe starter Danny Salazar (6-7, 4.19 ERA) was tagged for six runs on eight hits through 4 2/3 innings, as the Wahoos fell to the Halos, 12...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Salazar, Indians struggle in loss

CLEVELAND -- Mondays and September are not proving to be a good combination for the Indians. On Labor Day, the Tribe allowed a season-high 20 hits as the Tigers rolled to a 12-1 victory. On Monday, the Angels showed why they were the best team in the majors, hitting four home runs and pounding out 16 hits in a 12-3 win. The game was a makeup for the June 18 rainout. Since the Indians...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
14 days ago  |  Discuss
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