Indians right-hander Corey Kluber will look to continue his historic stretch when he faces off against German Marquez and the Rockies in the series opener on Tuesday at Progressive Field.
After the Indians’ 8-1 loss to the Yankees on Sunday at Progressive Field, Abraham Almonte sat at his locker in the team’s clubhouse going over video with bench coach Brad Mills. The two watched footage of a misplay that the right fielder made in a crucial sixth inning that changed the complexion of the game.
Jacoby Ellsbury broke the game open, but Aaron Judge put it away. Both of their offensive heroics on Sunday afternoon helped power the Yankees to an 8-1 rout over the Indians at Progressive Field, salvaging a split of the four-game set between postseason hopefuls.
The Yankees needed to get Indians right-hander Danny Salazar off the mound on Saturday night. Once his overpowering outing came to a close, Chase Headley delivered a go-ahead home run for New York, paving the way for a 2-1 win at Progressive Field that halted Cleveland’s nine-game home winning streak.
When the Indians activated starter Danny Salazar from the disabled list on July 22, they were unsure of what exactly they would get from the right-hander. Two weeks later, after the hard-throwing hurler delivered his third consecutive quality start, the Indians couldn’t be more confident in Salazar as a reliable option to give the ball […]
Sunday’s series finale between the Yankees and the Indians at Progressive Field will feature a premier pitching matchup between New York’s Luis Severino and Cleveland’s Carlos Carrasco.
The Indians activated second baseman Jason Kipnis from the 10-day disabled list on Sunday and optioned infielder Erik Gonzalez to Triple-A Columbus.
With the Indians’ pitching staff over the rough patch from earlier this week, Adam Plutko’s latest stint as an insurance arm for the bullpen came to a close. Prior to Saturday’s game against the Yankees, Cleveland reverted back to a more usual roster alignment, recalling outfielder Abraham Almonte from Triple-A Columbus and optioning Plutko to […]
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When the blue cover was removed, the surrounding crowd made up of Indians players, coaches, fans and loved ones of the late Lou Boudreau applauded the reveal of Progressive Field’s newest addition. The statue of Boudreau was officially unveiled beyond the center-field gates before the Tribe’s game against the Yankees on Saturday.
The idea going into this season was to leverage Andrew Miller in later innings and use Boone Logan as a specialist against left-handed hitters. With both currently shelved by injuries, Indians manager Terry Francona is doing what he can to mix and match.