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5/29/2016 | Lopez, Dahl among top prospect performers Sunday

Reynaldo Lopez and David Dahl are among the top prospect performers Sunday.


5/29/2016 | Pipeline preview: Mengden looks to continue to star for Sounds

Athletics prospect Daniel Mengden looks to continue his stellar season as he starts for Triple-A Nashville against the Salt Lake Bees at 2:05 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.


5/29/2016 | Key hits missing late for Tribe in loss

Cleveland displayed plenty of heart in Sunday's 6-4 loss to Baltimore, but the club came up short when presented with a handful of chances to retake the lead in the eighth and ninth innings. The Indians had six baserunners in the last two frames, but none crossed the plate.


5/29/2016 | Ramirez thriving as Indians' 'protection hitter'

Jose Ramirez has a natural strut in his step. The Indians' versatile utility man carries himself like a much larger man than the short, stocky player he is for Cleveland.


5/29/2016 | Tomlin, Holland square off in Memorial Day matchup

The Indians and Rangers will begin a three-game set on Monday at 6:10 p.m. ET at Progressive Field when Josh Tomlin and Derek Holland take the mound for their respective teams.


5/29/2016 | Kim, Reimold go deep as O's top Tribe in finale

Rookie Hyun Soo Kim has been an exciting offensive player since joining the Orioles, but it took until Sunday's 6-4 victory over the Indians for the Korean outfielder to finally clear the fence in the big leagues.


5/29/2016 | Indians' brain trust will assess Carrasco's status

It is possible that Carlos Carrasco's next start will be with the Indians, but manager Terry Francona is not ready to make that kind of proclamation.


5/28/2016 | Tribe swipes five bases in victory over O's

Mike Napoli is known for his power, not his speed. Running the bases takes more than fleetness of foot, though. Ask the Indians' first baseman, and he will say that it takes instincts, planning ahead and a mentality that boils down to a simple mantra.


5/28/2016 | Tribe diligent about Brantley's rehab schedule

When Michael Brantley thinks back on his winter rehab, or contemplates how he handled his schedule throughout Spring Training and into the early weeks of the regular season, he does not see any missteps in his comeback attempt.


5/28/2016 | Clevinger, Tillman to toe rubber in Tribe-O's rubber game

The Indians and Orioles will conclude a three-game series on Sunday at 1:10 p.m. ET when right-handers Mike Clevinger and Chris Tillman take the ball for their respective teams.


5/28/2016 | Reyes, Flaherty among top prospect performers Friday

A look at the best performances from top prospects on Friday.


5/28/2016 | McAllister's trusty fastball wavers vs. O's

Zach McAllister turned on the mound and expected to see the fly ball tailing and falling into the glove of Indians right fielder Lonnie Chisenhall. Instead, the reliever wore a look of disbelief as the baseball carried just over the right-field wall down the line.


5/27/2016 | Carrasco to make Double-A rehab start

The Indians want Carlos Carrasco back in their rotation as soon as possible, even if the right-hander is not ready to handle a full start's worth of pitches. The pitcher's arm is not the issue, so Cleveland is mapping out how to possibly expedite his return from the disabled list.


5/27/2016 | Salazar, Tribe to face Jimenez, O's in Cleveland

The Indians and Orioles continue a three-game set at 4:10 p.m. ET on Saturday at Progressive Field, with Danny Salazar on the mound for Cleveland and Ubaldo Jimenez toeing the rubber for Baltimore.


5/27/2016 | Machado, Trumbo steer O's offense in opener

Manny Machado collected four hits and Mark Trumbo launched a critical home run for the Orioles, holding off a late Indians rally in a 6-4 victory Friday night in the opener of a three-game weekend set at Progressive Field.


5/27/2016 | 5 reasons to be optimistic about Indians

The premise for a small-budget baseball team with questionable offseason upgrades is that everything -- especially the big stuff -- has to go right. But for the Cleveland Indians, some of the big stuff has gone absolutely, positively wrong. And yet, here they are, half a game out of first place in the American League Central entering Memorial Day weekend.


5/27/2016 | Phillies' pair among top prospect performers Thursday

A look at the best performances from top prospects on Thursday.


5/26/2016 | Lindor spends off-day helping kids learn the game

Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor put on a youth skills clinic for approximately 40 members of the Cleveland Baseball Federation during the Tribe's off-day on Thursday.


5/25/2016 | Indians make top pitchers work, keep hot May going

Beat Chris Sale? Check. Beat Jose Quintana? Check. Take over first place in the American League Central? Almost there.


5/25/2016 | Kluber rolls as Indians hold off White Sox

Corey Kluber threw 7 1/3 strong innings on Wednesday in the Indians' 4-3 victory against the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field. The 2014 American League Cy Young Award winner was near top form as he struck out nine batters to help the Indians get their third win in four games against the White Sox.


5/25/2016 | Wright starts as O's visit Bauer, Indians

The Indians and Orioles begin a three-game series at 7:10 p.m. ET on Friday at Progressive Field, with right-handers Trevor Bauer and Mike Wright getting the ball for their respective teams.


5/25/2016 | A return to form for Kluber boosts rotation

The Indians' Jason Kipnis hasn't had many runners to talk to, but he mentioned a poll he has been conducting at second base. Kipnis has been asking about ace Corey Kluber, who started slow this season but has looked much better recently, adding to that by allowing two runs (one earned) over 7 1/3 innings in Wednesday's 4-3 win against the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field.


5/25/2016 | Working count key to Tribe's success off Sale

"You watch [Chris] Sale's first couple of pitches and you're like, 'Who's going to hit this guy?'" Indians manager Terry Francona said after the Tribe's 6-2 win at U.S. Cellular Field. "It was like electric." Who's going to hit him? How about the guys in Francona's dugout.


5/25/2016 | Under the radar, Tomlin keeps getting it done

Josh Tomlin isn't known for overpowering stuff. He isn't a former All-Star or a pitcher known to many casual fans. But after the Indians handed White Sox ace Chris Sale his first loss in Tuesday's 6-2 win, Tomlin has supplanted Sale as the American League's top undefeated pitcher. Sale dropped to 9-1, and Tomlin improved to 7-0 in eight starts.


5/25/2016 | Group of Phillies among top prospect performers

Rhys Hoskins has hit his share of home runs this season, but none have been bigger than the walk-off grand slam he hit Tuesday to lead Double-A Reading past Erie, 11-9. Hoskins was among the top prospect performers on Tuesday.




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