Robinson’s Accomplishments Honored with his Place in Indians Hall of Fame

His time in Cleveland may have been short, but Frank Robinson’s legacy as a member of the Indians organization is one that changed the game of baseball forever. His accomplishments will be honored on Saturday when the Indians induct Robinson into their Hall of Fame on July 30, along with former players Albert Belle, Jim Thome, and the late Charlie Jamieson. Robinson, who will turn...

Today in Tribe History: July 28, 2000

The Indians and Brewers match up on a major seven-player deal and Cleveland also engages in a three-player swap with the Pirates on a busy trading day for the club. Cleveland received pitchers Bob Wickman, Steve Woodard, and Jason Bere in the deal with the Brewers. They dealt first baseman Richie Sexson, pitchers Kane Davis and Paul Rigdon, and a player to be named later that would...

Mowers: Top-five MLB third base prospects

5. Yandy Diaz, Indians TKB’s resident scouting maven Bernie Pleskoff somewhat let the cat out of the bag in profiling Diaz last week, but I’ll feed it and give Yandy a home as the number-five third base prospect in all the land. Diaz is strumming .339/.416/.492 in his first half-season of Triple-A, and deserves more attention. […] The post Mowers: Top-five MLB third base prospects...
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13 hours ago

Command issues cost Carrasco, Cleveland

Indians manager Terry Francona chalked it up as excitement in opposing Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg. Tribe righty Carlos Carrasco wasn't too quick to pinpoint jitters as the reason, however.
17 hours ago

Bauer out to rebound against A's in opener

The Indians and Athletics will begin a three-game set when a pair of 25-year-old right-handers take the mound Friday night, as Trevor Bauer of Cleveland and Kendall Graveman of Oakland are slated to start at Progressive Field.
18 hours ago

Indians Help Cleveland Celebrate Anniversary with Old-Timers Game

On July 22, 1796, a team of surveyors led by Moses Cleaveland stepped off a boat where the Cuyahoga River meets Lake Erie to plan out a town in what was then known as the Connecticut Western Reserve. To celebrate the 125th anniversary of Cleveland’s founding (local lore is that a newspaper editor removed the first A so it would fit better in a headline), everyone in the city pulled...

WATCH: Francisco Lindor hits walk-off single, awesomely reacts to foul ball

Cleveland Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor hit a walk-off single to cap off a three-run ninth inning for the Tribe, in a 7-6 victory over the Washington Nationals on Tuesday night at Progressive Field: What’s funny is that when this walk-off single happened, I was actually in the middle of working on a post about Lindor, due to a hilarious moment that happened earlier in the...
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Indians rally for 3 in 9th to stun Nationals 7-6

CLEVELAND (AP) Francisco Lindor pushed an RBI single through Washington's drawn-in infield with one out in the ninth inning, and the Cleveland Indians rallied for three runs in their final at-bat to stun the Washington Nationals 7-6 on Tuesday night in a matchup of two first-place teams with sights on October. Down two runs and three outs from their losing streak reaching a season...
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Indians stun Papelbon, Nats with 3-run 9th, walk-off

Indians manager Terry Francona paid the Nationals the ultimate compliment before Tuesday's game, saying Washington is "built for October baseball." In the opener of this series between potential postseason teams, the Indians looked like they fit that description as well, pulling off a 7-6 walk-off win at Progressive Field.
1 day ago

7/26 Recap: Lindor Singles, Indians Walk Off

Player of the Game Dan Otero has been arguably the Indians most dominant reliever this season, but until this point had yet to win a Player of the Game award. After two perfect innings tonight, however, that is no longer the case. Otero struck out one and turned an incredible double play on a ball hit right back at him to eliminate a runner that had been left on for him. This was...
Via Burning River Baseball
1 day ago

One Man’s Trash: Chill Out With The Iceman

This week's most added fantasy player, Cleveland Indians outfielder Tyler Naquin (51.5% owned; +33.1% over the past week), isn't like the majority of the most popular fantasy players to be plucked off of the waiver wire throughout the course of the MLB regular season. Despite being a mid-first round pick out of Texas A&M in the 2012 MLB draft, he was never really considered to...
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Cleveland Indians pitcher Corey Kluber is very different from the stretch

If the statistics show that there is a larger-than-normal difference, then where is it coming from? Corey Kluber carries himself like an old west Gunslinger on the mound, mowing his enemies down without a hint of emotion. He throws two plus-plus pitches, and when he's locked in his opponents are doomed. His unnamed breaking ball would have had him burned at the stake for sorcery...
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Indians minor league recap: Clint Frazier and Bradley Zimmer both promoted

The big news of the day was promotions, but the farm system also won a bunch of games. The big news from yesterday was the Indians promoting both of their top two prospects, Clint Frazier and Bradley Zimmer, to Triple-A, putting them one step from Cleveland. As for the games... Columbus Clippers 5, Pawtucket Red Sox 2 Box Score · Clippers improve to 57-46 Ryan Merritt...
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Cleveland Indians promote top prospects Bradley Zimmer and Clint Frazier to Triple-A

There's only one place left for them to be promoted to! The Cleveland Indians have promoted their top two prospects, outfielders Clint Frazier and Bradley Zimmer, to the Columbus Clippers, the team's Triple-A affiliate. Both players had been playing for the Double-A Akron RubberDucks. The Clippers are off on Monday, so the two young talents will make their Triple-A debut Tuesday...
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Report: Indians have best deal on table for Chapman

The winning bid for Yankees reliever Aroldis Chapman may be coming from a fellow American League club. According to a report by Bruce Levine of WSCR-AM on Sunday, the Cleveland Indians have the best offer on the table for Chapman. The Washington Nationals are also said to be “very aggressive” in their pursuit of the Cuban. MLB source- the Cleveland Indians have the best names...
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DPD: Corey Kluber, and a Handful of Young Arms

There isn’t a primary duel on this baseball Sunday, but there are a couple aces in isolation and a bunch of tantalizing youngsters in action. Check ’em out! Aces in Isolation Corey Kluber (CLE) versus Baltimore’s Vance Worley It’s been back-to-back solid starts for Kluber, as he backed up the first in that stretch—eight innings, one earned run and eight strikeouts without...
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Indians OF Brantley hopes to resume baseball activities soon

BALTIMORE (AP) Indians outfielder Michael Brantley has responded favorably to a medical procedure on his ailing shoulder and expects to resume baseball activities next week. Brantley was placed on the 15-day disabled list in the middle of May with right shoulder inflammation. He had played in only 11 games this season, going 9 for 39 (.231) with two doubles and seven RBIs. The...
Via Associated Press
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Indians OF Rajai Davis had a priceless reaction to a terrible BP pitch

Throwing pitches in batting practice seems like an easy job, but it's not as simple as it sounds. With the best hitters in the world ready to lace one back up the middle at any moment, hiding behind the screen quickly is a must. That can lead to some botched pitches, which you most certainly don't want to throw Rajai Davis' way. His Cleveland Indians teammate Jason Kipnis stumbled...
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Indians' Carlos Santana kisses Terry Francona's head as part of pregame ritual

The Cleveland Indians (54-38) surprisingly hold a 5 1/2-game lead in the AL Central over the Detroit Tigers (49-44). Their pitching has been stellar, holding the sixth-best ERA in all of baseball, and their bats have been equally great having scored the sixth-most runs, too.But perhaps the biggest reason why the Indians have been such a pleasant surprise is because of Carlos Santana...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer lost his drone & needs your help getting it back

Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Trevor Bauer spent this past offseason building a drone that has taken some sweet pictures in the past. Of course, Major League Baseball wasn’t having that because it’s fun, and implemented a no-fly zone as a result. But this story has taken an even more unfortunate turn. Bauer was recently flying the drone, and it got stuck in a tree. He...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

What the Cleveland Indians need to do at the deadline

The All-Star break has come and gone and the Cleveland Indians find themselves with the best record in the American League. With a 6.5 game lead in the AL Central, the Tribe have put themselves in prime position to put a stranglehold on the rest of their division. However, making a playoff appearance won’t satisfy the Indians fans that have not seen a World Series title since 1948...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Tommy Hunter suffers back fracture after falling while carrying child

The Cleveland Indians probably didn’t think that they would have to worry about reliever Tommy Hunter’s sense of balance this season. Hunter has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a non-displaced fracture of a vertebra in his lower back. The apparent culprit of his injury? A fall down the stairs at home while carrying his child. “He had a little mishap at home during...
Via Larry Brown Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Yan Gomes injures shoulder day after sacrifice to Jobu

In an attempt to break out of a season-long slump, the Cleveland Indians sacrificed a chicken to Jobu on behalf of catcher Yan Gomes on Saturday. On Sunday, it became apparent that Jobu did not appreciate that sacrifice. As we told you Saturday, the .163-hitting Gomes sacrificed a fast food chicken to Jobu in the hopes of turning his season around (video here). It didn’t work...
Via Larry Brown Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Tommy Hunter fractures back while holding his child

Baseball injuries can be incredibly bizarre, and also incredibly sad. Cleveland Indians pitcher Tommy Hunter has been diagnosed with a non-displaced fracture in his lower back after he slipped on stairs in his home while carrying his child, Terry Francona told the media on Sunday. He’ll be put on the 15-day disabled list. “He had a little mishap at home during the break,...
Via The Comeback
10 days ago  |  Discuss

The Cleveland Indians are maintaining pace

The Cleveland Indians (53-37), after letting a 4-2 lead slip away in Saturday’s 11-inning loss to the Minnesota Twins (33-57), head into Sunday’s rubber match just a half-game behind the Baltimore Orioles (53-36) for the best record in the American League. A lot has changed for the Indians over the last month and a half. They have separated themselves from the pack with a great...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

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