Indians Jose Ramirez injured in Dominican Winter League

Cleveland Indians utility infielder Jose Ramirez was involved in a scary collision on Wednesday while playing for Toros del Este in the Dominican Winter League. Ramirez was the first prospect to reach MLB from the Dominican Prospect League and has played in his native country’s offseason leagues to continue working on his game. On a play similar to the one that ended the season...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Jose Ramirez Injured in Winter Ball

Jose Ramirez was injured Wednesday night in a Dominican Winter league game while playing 2nd base as first reported by Antonio Puesan and Todd Paquette. Malas noticias, José Ramirez es sacado en camilla luego de un deslizamiento brusco de Moisés Sierra. — Antonio Puesán (@antoniopuesan) November 19, 2015 The 23-year old Tribe infielder was taken...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Tribe Free Agent Targets: Alexei Ramirez

The Indians are never heavy players in free agency and that shouldn’t change this year, but if they are active, there are two obvious places for offensive improvement. These are the outfield and third base. Giovanny Urshela played just as expected during his rookie season, providing excellent defense with some power, but overall a disappointing offensive output. It was the addition...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

2016 Los Angeles Angels Primer Part VI: Shortstop

By Robert Cunningham, Staff Writer -  Author’s Note: Player data displayed was pulled at end of season. Additionally Brad Miller, a suggested trade target, was acquired by the Rays in an early season trade with the Mariners. Also another trade target, Jose Reyes, is having serious off the field issues (Domestic violence charge) that would likely impact the Angels...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

GM Gossip: The Prospect of Overvaluing Prospects

After Alex Anthopoulos didn’t accept a contract extension largely because of a conversation with new Blue Jays president, Mark Shapiro, much has been said about the former Tribe GM and president. While most of that coming from sports writers and fans can be ignored, there was an interesting comment that deserves discussion told to Bob Elliot of the Toronto Sun by an anonymous GM...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Who’s to Blame for the Tribe’s Offensive Woes?

In Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona’s first season at the helm of the club, he turned a 68-94 team that had finished with the second-fewest runs scored in the American League in 2012 with 667 into a potent run-scoring machine that finished fourth in 2013 with 745 runs and reached the AL Wild Card game. In each of the last two seasons, the club has tallied 669 runs while...
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24 days ago  |  Discuss

The Left Side of the Infield Was Rough in the Early Goings

Among the many faults that contributed to the Indians slow start to the season, defense was a big player in it. To centralize one of the most frustrating defensive positions, the left side of the infield was the hardest to watch. Lonnie Chisenhall and Jose Ramirez had started off manning the left side, but could not sustain any type of consistency in their respective decisions, and...
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October 25, 2015  |  Discuss

A Postmortem Report on the Cleveland Indians’ 2015 Season

At approximately 5:56 PM on the evening of Sunday, October 4th, the Cleveland Indians’ 2015 season expired. It passed peacefully after a moderate celebration of its life with a 3-1 win over the Boston Red Sox to complete a season-ending three-game sweep. Cause of expiration was the technical completion of the 161st game, leaving the team shy one game from the complete 162-game...
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October 05, 2015  |  Discuss

The Bat Flip Heard ‘Round Baseball

Warning to all who proceed to read the following rantings: I am likely going to make more out of Cleveland Indian Jose Ramirez’s Wednesday night bat flip than you believe should be made. However, I believe more should be made of it. Unfortunately, many of the common refrains being made post-flip are about how Ramirez showed poor judgment and needs to learn — the first of those...
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October 01, 2015  |  Discuss

The Twins get all ****** over Jose Ramirez home run

Twins manager Paul Molitor and the rest of the Minnesota dugout had their feelings hurt after Indians second baseman Jose Ramirez had the nerve to admire his 8th career home run Wednesday night. In fact Molitor was so indignant that Ramirez would have gall to stand and praise himself in the batters box that the […] The post The Twins get all ****** over Jose Ramirez home run appeared...
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October 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Indians’ Jose Ramirez Does Huge Bat Flip; Angry Twins Say ‘He’ll Get His’ (Video)

The Minnesota Twins and Cleveland Indians finish their season series Thursday night, and there might be some fireworks. The two clubs might have a score to settle after some controversy stemming from their Wednesday night tilt centered around little-known Indians shortstop Jose Ramirez. Ramirez caught the ire of the Twins dugout because of his reaction to a meaningless three-run...
October 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Indians Eliminated Overnight After Splitting Doubleheader

Cleveland and Minnesota split their doubleheader on Wednesday, but it would not be enough to prolong the Indians’ playoff hopes any longer, as a late rally from the Houston Astros over the Seattle Mariners reduced the Tribe’s elimination number to zero. So ends a season turnaround much too late for the Indians (78-79), who now may strive to take one last shot to ruin the Twins’...
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October 01, 2015  |  Discuss

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...
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September 30, 2015  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Ramirez bat flip makes Twins dugout angry

In the later innings of game two of a doubleheader between the Indians and Twins got some members of the Twins dugout quite upset. In the eighth inning the Minnesota Twins, already down 7-1, decided to intentionally walk Jason Kipnis to pitch to Jose Ramirez. With a man on first and second Ramirez blasted a pitch from Ricky Nolasco high into the night sky to right field and perhaps...
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September 30, 2015  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Ramirez bat flip makes Twins dugout angry

In the later innings of game two of a doubleheader between the Indians and Twins got some members of the Twins dugout quite upset. In the eighth inning the Minnesota Twins, already down 7-1, decided to intentionally walk Jason Kipnis to pitch to Jose Ramirez. With a man on first and second Ramirez blasted a pitch from Ricky Nolasco high into the night sky to right field and perhaps...
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September 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Indians trounce Twins in Game 2 of twinbill

CLEVELAND -- Cody Anderson pitched seven shutout innings and Jose Ramirez hit a three-run homer, leading the Cleveland Indians to a 10-2 victory over the Minnesota Twins Wednesday night to split a doubleheader and stay alive in the AL wild-card race. Minnesota won the first game 7-1 and pulled to one game behind the Angels for the second wild-card spot -- Los Angeles lost to Oakland...
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September 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Indians vs Twins 9/28-10/1: It’s Not Over ’til It’s Over

Do the Cleveland Indians have a miracle that will let them sneak into the playoff as the American League’s second wild card team? The Indians’ (77-77) devastating 3-0 loss to the Kansas City Royals on September 27th meant the Tribe missed a chance to keep pace with the Houston Astros (82-74) who defeated the Texas Rangers (84-71) in a 4-2 contest. Houston now leads Cleveland...
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September 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Tribe Showing Heart While Fighting To The Finish

Maybe it’s the full moon, this month’s larger-than-normal blood moon set to rise in spectacular fashion Sunday evening. Maybe it’s the pending lunar eclipse that will accompany it, or maybe the hypothesized apocalypse that is said to be coming with it. Whatever the reason, mystic or inspired, the Cleveland Indians are still playing meaningful baseball. You might have made some...
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September 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Offense Erupts as Indians Eclipse .500 Mark; Indians 9, Royals 5

It took nearly the entire season, but the Cleveland Indians are finally above the .500 mark as they with a 9-5 win over the Kansas City Royals on Saturday night. The win allows the Tribe to keep pace with Houston, Minnesota, and Los Angeles, who were all victorious in their games. The Indians (77-76) have not been a club with a winning record since the third game of the season, April...
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September 27, 2015  |  Discuss

9/26 Recap: Indians Offense Lights Up Behind Ramirez Player of the Game Of all the guys to be player of the game, I assume it would surprise many that Jose Ramirez would be it.  A home run short of the cycle, Ramirez’ bat caught fire and stayed hot.  When batting 2nd in the order, he seems to do his best with a .286 average in 58 plate appearances.  From the first inning, you could tell he wanted to...
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September 26, 2015  |  Discuss

9/25 Recap: Cookie Flirts With Another No-No, Settles For One-Hitter Instead.

Player of the Game I think it’s pretty clear by now that last season was no fluke for Carlos Carrasco… Yeah, we all figured that out a long time ago but he’s been phenomenal this season and it appears he will be so for a long time to come. Feathers Up The Indians got off to a quick start with a deep bomb from the most unlikely of hitters. In the 1st Jose Ramirez sent a 400′...
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September 25, 2015  |  Discuss

9/17 Recap: Infante Takes Out All-Star Jealousy on Tribe

Player of the Game While there is little good that can happen in an 8-4 loss when almost every game needs to be won to enter the postseason, Jose Ramirez had a pretty good game for himself today. He singled and scored from second on a single in the second, then singled again in the fourth. In the fifth, he beat out a double play with one out to knock in another run as well. The...
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September 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Don’t Look Now, But The Indians Defense is Actually Great

There’s a new vibe to the Cleveland Indians this season, and it’s really not hard to miss. When most people are clamoring for more offense, or praising the rotation for how great it is, and rightly so. There’s one aspect of the Indians makeup that has improved vastly, and is a good part of the reason why the Indians are actually still in contention for a Wild Card spot in late...
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September 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Ball Played: A Little Cowboy, a little power, a big Indians win

The games where an underappreciated player comes through with a surprise performance are always fun. On Wednesday, the Cleveland Indians received such performances from both starter Josh Tomlin and utility player Jose Ramirez. Yet, it was their star rookie who once again stole the show. Francisco Lindor was in control at the plate as he hit a triple, a home run, and a line drive...
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September 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Tribe Wins on Brantley Walk Off in 16th; Indians 5, Yankees 4

The Indians won on Michael Brantley walkoff single in the 16th inning on Tuesday night, the club’s third straight win. Jose Ramirez and Francisco Lindor each singled, the third hit of each’s night. Brantley then roped a single to right, scoring Ramirez and setting off a wild celebration in left field. The Indians led, 2-0, through five, on RBI singles by Carlos Santana and...
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August 12, 2015  |  Discuss
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