C-Cap Recap: The Bullpen Awakens!

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In a third straight game decided by one run, the Cleveland Indians salvaged their series with the Twins, as the beleaguered bullpen held on for a 6-5 win.

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Walk (Off) This Way

Cleveland Indians pitcher Zach McAllister walks to the dugout after giving up a walk-off solo home run to Minnesota Twins' Oswaldo Arcia in a baseball game Monday, April 25, 2016, in Minneapolis. The T wins won 4-3. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

Keeping track of Indians yearly walk(offs). Charts galore show what matters.

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C-Cap Recap: A Cody Code Red

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Codies Anderson and Allen were both hit very hard in 6-5 walk-off loss to the Minnesota Twins.

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Ball Played: Doves cry as Indians lose in Twin Cities

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Bad luck hits Danny Salazar and the Cleveland Indians as the Minnesota Twins win 4-3 with an Oswaldo Arcia walk-off home run.

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Ball Played: Hi ho, Cleveland Indians take Detroit

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Carlos Santana leadoff HR, Corey Kluber dominance, Carlos Carrasco hurt in a busy weekend for the Cleveland Indians as they swept the Detroit Tigers.

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Ball Played: Day game death trap spoils my Dad’s 60th birthday

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Happy 60th birthday to my dad goes without the present of an Indians win as the Cleveland Indians’ comeback attempt falls short as they lose in 10 innings to Seattle Mariners, 10-7.

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Ball Played: One mistake is one too many for Salazar, Tribe

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Danny Salazar was incredible, striking out seven in seven innings pitched, but it was not enough as the Cleveland Indians lose to the Seattle Mariners, 2-1.

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Ball Played : Cookie is a monster and M`s not the letter of the day

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Carlos Carrasco dominates in another start while Francisco Lindor flashed more leather in the field.

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C-Cap Recap: Death From Above

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The verdicts are in: The New York Mets had some help from the sun and Bryan Shaw this weekend, taking two of three from your Cleveland Indians.

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C-Cap Recap: Salazar Slays the Rays

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Ten years after they were both teenage signees with the Indians, Danny Salazar bests Tampa’s Chris Archer, 6-0, in a battle of AL elites.

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Ball Played: CSI Tampa; Cookie returns to scene in Indians win

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Carlos Carrasco rebounded to throw a gem as the bats finally woke up in a much-needed win for the Cleveland Indians.

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Tribe by Numbers: The All-Time Best Cleveland Indians to Wear Jersey Nos. 16-20

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Opening Day has come, been postponed, come again, and gone, but the great jersey ranking of 2016 marches on. The current players are striving to get onto this exclusive list but it takes years for them to state their case. Today, we are picking back up at number sixteen in the countdown. No. 16: Clint

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Ball Played: Help, Kluber needed anybody as Indians lose

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Another Corey Kluber start, another game where the Cleveland Indians bats go cold. Here’s a look behind the Tribe’s 5-1 loss to the Rays.

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Stop it: new Indian Mike Napoli is not former Indian Mark Reynolds

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Mike Napoli has drawn far too many comparisons to Mark Reynolds abbreviated time in Cleveland are appearing — after just four games played — and it is unfounded.

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C-Cap Recap: Danks, Drones, & Shawmageddon

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The Cleveland Indians make more noise for their postponed games and drone strikes than games played. And what was that, Bryan Shaw? We have a few options in the way of names.

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Abandoning the Chief: The Cleveland Fellers

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The Cleveland Indians should abandon Chief Wahoo, but what should they become?

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Ball Played: Cheers, everybody knows their names

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Pitching and defense? Carlos Santana and Mike Napoli help power the Indians over the Red Sox, 7-6.

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Ball Played: Indians lose Opening Day on the corner of Carnegie and Ontario

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In their proud Opening Day tradition, the Cleveland Indians lose to the Boston Red Sox, 6-2, thanks to the arm of David Price and the bat of David Ortiz.

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What I believe about the 2016 Cleveland Indians

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Accountability is an important but often forgotten part of writing about a sports team. We hold the coaches, players, and front offices accountable for their actions, but often change our opinions and mindsets on a whim. So, before the start of the 2015 season, I decided to lay out my beliefs about the Cleveland Indians

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Opening Day: Facts and changes we’d like to see

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With the Cleveland Indians’ first pitch just hours away, here’s a look at some changes we’d like to see to Opening Day.

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