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Today in Tribe History: September 2, 1990

1990 – Cleveland Stadium plays host to a no-hitter as Toronto’s Dave Stieb finally stakes his claim to history with a 3-0 over the Indians. Stieb had lost three different no-hitters with two outs in the ninth inning before he was able to get the elusive 27th out against Cleveland on this date. He allowed four walks and struck out nine, including the side twice, in earning his...
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Indians rookie Lindor gets candid on Intentional Talk (VIDEO)

Indians rookie Francisco Lindor sure looks like the real deal.While he's only been in the big leagues since mid-June, the speedy shortstop has already made a lasting impression.In addition to his red-hot bat and dazzling defensive work on the diamond, Lindor's got charisma off the field as well -- and he put it on display during an interview with MLB Network's Intentional Talk on...
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Francisco Lindor goes all-out with back-breaking slide to avoid tag (VIDEO)

Ever since Francisco Lindor was called up to the big leagues, the Cleveland Indians' equipment staff has been working overtime on laundry. That's because the rookie shortstop can't keep his uniform clean. Night in and night out, Lindor has been making Gold Glove-caliber plays in the field and dangerous moves on the base paths. Tuesday night was no exception. With the Indians trailing...
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Goins hits winning HR in 10th, Jays beat Indians 5-3

TORONTO (AP) -- Ryan Goins hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the 10th inning and the Toronto Blue Jays beat Cleveland 5-3 on Tuesday night, snapping the Indians' winning streak at six games. Yan Gomes hit two home runs and Michael Brantley also connected but it wasn't enough for the Indians. Toronto's Edwin Encarnacion went 0 for 2 with a walk and a sacrifice fly, ending his career...
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Francisco Lindor Avoids Tag at Second With Clever Slide

Another day, another awesome baseball slide. During the eighth inning of tonight’s Indians-Blue Jays game, Francisco Lindor lined a hit...
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Goins hits winning HR in 10th, Jays beat Indians 5-3

TORONTO (AP) Ryan Goins hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the 10th inning and the Toronto Blue Jays beat Cleveland 5-3 on Tuesday night, snapping the Indians' winning streak at six games. Yan Gomes hit two home runs and Michael Brantley also connected but it wasn't enough for the Indians. Toronto's Edwin Encarnacion went 0 for 2 with a walk and a sacrifice fly, ending his career...
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9/1 Recap: Home Runs Not Enough for Tribe

Roster Update: Happy September 1st, MLB teams! You may now have up to 40 players on your Major League rosters. In celebration, the Indians have brought Chris Johnson and Gavin Floyd off the DL (the latter will be used out of the bullpen) and have promoted Shawn Armstrong from AAA. He played some for the Indians in August and was extremely successful out of the pen. Player of the...
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Rejoice: September’s Sports Schedule is Peak Cleveland

For the sports fan on the go, September is one of the most exciting months of the year. College and professional football kickoff their respective seasons, baseball enters the final stretch of the pennant race—the ninth inning, to borrow a phrase—and people see Halloween decorations in the store and think “Already?” For your convenience we have compiled the following calendar...
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Myles Hits For the Cycle On The Most Unlikely Day

It’s not every day that someone shows up late to a baseball game, and ends up creating one of the greatest moments in their career. For Bryson Myles, that day was August 25, 2015. Myles didn’t show up to the Double-A Akron RubberDucks game when they were facing the Trenton Thunder until 6:20 for a 7:05 game. He went on later that night to hit for the cycle for the first time...
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August 2015 Player Power Rankings

Continued mediocrity followed by a six game winning streak to end August has kept the Tribe within play-off limbo. Still too far out to be considered legitimate contenders, but too close to throw in the season. A rash of injuries, including shoulder issues for Kipnis, Carrasco and Brantley, hand and wrist problems for Johnson and Aviles and an illness for Salazar made it difficult...
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Indians to add Chris Johnson, Gavin Floyd, and Shawn Armstrong back to active roster

Finally. Let’s talk about some members of the Indians organization making moves that don’t involve waving goodbye at the Canadian border. On Tuesday, September 1, when MLB team rosters expand from 25 players to 40, the Indians are expected to add players from both the disabled list and minor leagues. The first to come off the disabled list is infielder Chris Johnson, who went...
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Indians look for first seven-game win streak of season

The Cleveland Indians stayed hot in their opener in Toronto in large part because they got seven strong innings from a reliable starter. The pitcher the Indians will send to the mound Tuesday night has totaled the same number of innings in his last two starts and struggled against tamer offenses than that of the Blue Jays. Cody Anderson will make his second start after a 19-day stay...
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Indians look for first seven-game win streak of season

The Cleveland Indians stayed hot in their opener in Toronto in large part because they got seven strong innings from a reliable starter. The pitcher the Indians will send to the mound Tuesday night has totaled the same number of innings in his last two starts and struggled against tamer offenses than that of the Blue Jays. Cody Anderson will make his second start after a 19-day stay...
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The Greatest Summer Ever: The 10th Man

Throughout the 2015 season, Did the Tribe Win Last Night will take a look back at the 1995 Cleveland Indians for the 20th anniversary of their fourth pennant winning season. Included will be historic game recaps, headlining stories and a ranking of the team’s most influential players that truly made 1995 The Greatest Summer Ever. Today looks back at the influence that the Cleveland...
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Today in Tribe History: September 1, 2011

2011 – A pair of future contributors to the Indians roster acquired in big trades make their Major League debut, as Michael Brantley and Carlos Carrasco play in their first big league games as Cleveland is dealt an 8-5 loss to the Detroit Tigers. Carrasco, acquired in 2009 from Philadelphia as part of the package for pitcher Cliff Lee, got the start and lasted just three innings...
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Salazar Sends Tribe to Sixth in a Row; Indians 4, Blue Jays 2

The Indians used another strong outing from Danny Salazar and a few timely hits in a come-from-behind, 4-2 victory over the red-hot Blue Jays on Monday. The Tribe has won six in a row, and nine of the team’s last 11 games. Salazar tamed a potent Jays offense, allowing two runs in seven innings, striking out 10. The outing was the seventh of Salazar’s career with 10 or more strikeouts...
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Salazar fans 10, Indians beat Jays 4-2

TORONTO (AP) Jerry Sands singled home the go-ahead run in the seventh inning, Danny Salazar struck out 10 and the Cleveland Indians won their sixth straight game, beating the Toronto Blue Jays 4-2 on Monday night. Salazar (12-7) allowed two runs and six hits in seven innings. He reached double digits in strikeouts for the fifth time this season and the first time since fanning 10...
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Salazar fans 10, Indians beat Jays 4-2

TORONTO (AP) -- Jerry Sands singled home the go-ahead run in the seventh inning, Danny Salazar struck out 10 and the Cleveland Indians won their sixth straight game, beating the Toronto Blue Jays 4-2 on Monday night. Salazar (12-7) allowed two runs and six hits in seven innings. He reached double digits in strikeouts for the fifth time this season and the first time since fanning...
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8/31 Recap: Welcome to Toronto, Mark

Player of the Game Danny Salazar was electric tonight, striking out ten in seven innings. The only two runs allowed by the young star were because of his own poor defensive plays (more on that later) as otherwise he shut out one of the best offenses in baseball over the other six. He allowed just six hits and one walk throughout, moving his season strike out total to 172 and his...
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Clippers in Tight Race for West Division Title

Adam Moore‘s walk-off single in the 11th gave Columbus a very important 7-6 victory over Indianapolis on Sunday night as the race for the IL West Division title heats up. The Clippers lost a 5-4 lead in the ninth, but tied it back up to push the game into extra innings. Jesus Aguilar, who doubled with two outs, scored the winning run. The win moves Columbus (78-58) within one game...
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Meh on Mark Shapiro’s Move to Toronto

It’s not that I don’t care. Actually, I care immensely and if I have a fault concerning the Indians, it’s that I care too much. But I’ve been asked since the news broke a couple weeks ago that Mark Shapiro was under consideration to become the new president of the Toronto Blue Jays if I thought this was a good thing or a bad thing for the Indians. The Indians and Shapiro...
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Series Preview #42: Cleveland Indians (63-66) at Toronto Blue Jays (74-56)

As the month of August, the Cleveland Indians keep inching closer and closer to the .500 mark once again. Their efforts in doing so have pulled the club back into the mix for the American League Wild Card race, where they come into this week’s series with the Toronto Blue Jays just five games out with over a month left (33 games) to play in the season. The Indians (63-66) have...
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How Will The Tribe’s Expanded Roster Look?

On Tuesday, September 1, the MLB roster capacity will expand from 25 to 40. This will give the Indians, and every other major league baseball team, the ability to add to their active roster. As it sits right now, the Indians have 41 men listed on their 40 man roster. However, because Gavin Floyd and Nick Hagadone are on the team’s 60-Day disabled list, they do not count against...
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Paul Dolan seeking minority ownership for Indians

The Cleveland Indians have won nine of their last 10 home games, but all of the news is trickling off of the field. If Mark Shapiro heading north of the border wasn’t enough, we find out that Tribe owner Paul Dolan has hired an outside firm to pair him with a potential minority owner. According to the Associated Press: Dolan, who has had primary control of the Indians since 2013...
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Indians owner attempting to sell minority stakes to raise cash

Without a big TV deal in place to keep revenue flowing, Cleveland Indians owner Paul Dolan is trying to lure investors by offering minority stakes for the franchise. Unfortunately, Dolan’s efforts may well be futile. According to the New York Post, Dolan has hired a boutique investment bank, Allen & Co., to “shop roughly 30 percent of the team.” “He doesn’t have...
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