Photo by Duane Burleson/Getty Images One José to rule them all, One José to bring them all and in the dingers bind them A lot of offense happened tonight and Shane Bieber had a great outing (that lasted an inning longer than it should have), but make no mistake about it: Snapping the Indians dreadful losing streak was José Ramírez’s doing.
Photo by Ron Schwane/Getty Images I can’t not spend some time finding a little good in Cleveland’s newest project Calling Josh Naylor’s short time in Cleveland anything short of miserable would be charitable.
Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports The Indians have gone a full week without a win The Cleveland Indians did not go quietly in their seventh straight loss — the Chicago Cubs won 6-5 on a walkoff hit-by-pitch — which is either a sign of progress or an act of cruelty.
Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports Mike Freeman will be taking Hernández’s place in the lineup and in the field Indians second baseman César Hernández has been placed on the paternity list and Yu Chang has been recalled in his place, the club announced prior to Tuesday’s game against the Cubs.
Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images A trip down memory lane that nobody asked for When the Indians left the field Sunday having squandered another comeback opportunity against the Twins, they officially dropped their sixth game in a row.
Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports Turns out it actually can get worse For the first time since July 2015, the Indians are on six-game losing streak. The magical thing about sports is that there is always an end in sight, but right now it seems pretty far away.