Cut by the Tribe, Aaron Harang is dominating for Atlanta

Aaron Harang

Remember Aaron Harang? One of the journeymen starters the Tribe signed to a minor league deal this spring? After being told he would not start the season in the majors with Cleveland, Harang signed with Atlanta, jumping at a chance to round out a big league rotation. Not only has Harang filled out he Braves’

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Tribe Weekend Recap: Poor fundamentals, RISP problems, Carrasco watch, and an Easter gift

The weekend at Progressive Field did not go as planned for the home team. The visiting Toronto Blue Jays, with hordes of their fans on hand after making the four-plus-hour trek down from Ontario, took of three from your Cleveland Indians and may have come away with the sweep if not for a managerial blunder

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Francisco Lindor’s homer propels Tribe

Lindor HR

Youth was served as the Indians improved to 3-1 in the Cactus League with a 6-3 win over the Mariners on Sunday. In his only at-bat of the game, uber-prospect Francisco Lindor belted a three run homerun to break a three all tie and propel the Indians to the win. Lindor now has a pair

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The Indians’ offseason hunt for a veteran starting pitcher

kyle lohse

The Scott Kazmir signing was nice and all, but it’s not going to be it for the Cleveland Indians in the starting pitching market. All offseason, the Tribe’s front office has expressed its desire to sign one more free agent starter: a veteran that could provide some more depth to the rotation. Entering 2013, the

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On The Flip Side

Reds 4, Indians 3 (box) Yep, we used to have this guy My, how the tides turn.  We can now officially end any streaks out there in regards to starting pitchers.  Well, unless you want to go Major League and say “no earned runs by any pitcher that wasn’t called-up from Triple-A the day before.” 

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