Watch Indians pair of right-handed power bats each take Chris Sale deep

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The call for the fabled right-handed power bat has been frequent and consistent since Manny Ramirez left the North coast shores of Cleveland Ohio. Many a left-handed batter with a fast, strong swing has graced the Cleveland Indians, but fans still clamored for the sweet stroke from the right-side. Well, the Indians front office signing

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Watch Rajai Davis defeat the Chicago snow for this web gem

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Rajai Davis initially lost a ball in the Chicago snow, but the Cleveland Indians’ outfielder would rebound to make a terrific catch in deep center.

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SB Nation’s BtBS describes parity and potential for all AL Central teams

Alex Gordon Cleveland Indians

What is the toughest division in MLB? The AL East made that claim for years with many big-budget teams including the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox winning multiple World Series titles. The NL Central has a strong case with three top tier teams in the Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, and Pittsburgh Pirates

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Chicago White Sox acquire Cincinnati’s Todd Frazier: MLB News

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The Chicago White Sox beat out the Cleveland Indians and other suitors in the Todd Frazier sweepstakes.

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C-Cap Recap: A History of Tribe/Browns “Double Wins”

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Rare is the day when the Indians and Browns both win. Even rarer is the day when both win at home. This past Sunday was one worth cherishing.

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Ball Played: A Little Cowboy, a little power, a big Indians win

Cleveland Indians' Francisco Lindor

Josh Tomlin gave up three home runs, but Francisco Lindor nearly hit for the cycle and Jose Ramirez hit a home run in the Indians 6-4 win over the Chicago White Sox.

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Ball Played: Late flurry not enough to overcome stale Cookie

Jose Abreu Cleveland Indians

Tribe comes on late, but Cookie crumbles early.

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Ball Played: Indians beat Sale with clearance rack players

Ryan Raburn

THERE’S your right-handed power bat.

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C-Cap Recap: A Thoroughly Defeated Tribe

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To say that the Cleveland Indians were just “defeated” four straight times by the Chicago White Sox feels like a woefully inadequate summation of a series in which Cleveland (45-52) was outscored 26-5 on its home field and banished back to the Central Division basement. It’d be more fitting to say that Tito Francona’s club

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Ball Played: Bauer and bats sour for Indians

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The Cleveland Indians spent Thursday afternoon mired in rampant speculation and rumor about many of their players being subject to trade talks. The Indians then spent their night watching their bitter rival Chicago White Sox dominate them by a final score of 8-1. The players discussed ranged from current Triple-A Columbus Clippers Lonnie Chisenhall and

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Next Up: Indians Host the White Sox for a Four-Game Series

Lary Doby

The Cleveland Indians began the second half of the 2015 season by winning two of three in Cincinnati and splitting the two-game series in Milwaukee. Going 3-2 on the road isn’t ordinarily something to complain about, but those two bottom feeders of the NL Central are a combined 84-104, so, really, they shouldn’t have been

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Say it Like it’s 1986: JUUULIOOOOO!

Julio Franco

Roger is like a brother to me. And for good reason: he is. Almost four years younger than me, he turned 50 on May 1. I texted him, asking if he is supposed to be buying a sports car or something. By that age, haven’t you entered “mid-life crisis” territory? When I was in college

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Ball Played: Shaun Marcum rules the night for Indians

Shawn Marcum Cleveland Indians

Shaun Marcum is the type of pitcher who is easy to root for. He was not a blue chip prospect, and he actually transferred from the University of Missouri to Missouri State University to get noticed by MLB scouts as he excelled on their 2003 College World Series team. Despite that achievement, however, he was still

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Ball Played: Bauer defeats Indians’ man of constant sorrow

Cleveland Indians v Chicago White Sox May 19, 2015

On May 7, 2015 Jose Quintana made his MLB debut for the Chicago White Sox against the Cleveland Indians. At the time, he was seemingly a random left-handed pitcher from Columbia whom the White Sox needed in long relief after starter Phil Humber had surrendered eight runs in less than three innings of work. In

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Ball Played: Kluber versus Sale

Cleveland Indians v Chicago White Sox May 19 2015

It is really difficult for a team to be doing as poorly as the Cleveland Indians are in the standings considering some of the individual performances they have had. For instance, the top four starters are so strong that they have masked the complete destruction that comes when Zach Chenhouse1 starts. The starting rotation ranks second in

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Next Up: Indians vs. White Sox

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Fresh off their first series win since awaaaaay back on April 9, the Cleveland Indians head to Chicago to play the White Sox in a four-game, Monday-through-Thursday series. They’ll be playing at U.S. Cellular Field on the south side of Chicago and all games have an 8:10 p.m. start time (for you eastern time zone

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Indians Series Summary No. 5: Oh, man, that was cold

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Except for Carlos Carrasco’s happy reunion with the mound on Tuesday night, there were no warm and fuzzy feelings produced by this fifth series of the season for the Cleveland Indians. This was their second consecutive Lost-Won-Lost series and all three games were played in mid-40s temperatures with wind-chill factors that made one glad to

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Ball Played: Indians lose fourth straight Kluber start

Corey Kluber Cleveland Indians

Happy Earth Day, everyone. Wait, is that still a thing or did it die out when Captain Planet went off the air? Just to be safe put your bottles and cans in the recycle bins today1. The Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Indians were doing their part for energy conservation on Wednesday by playing a

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Ball Played: Triumphant return for Indians Carrasco

Cleveland Indians Carlos Carrasco

The last pitch Carlos Carrasco threw before Tuesday night came off of Melky Cabrera’s bat, deflected off his glove, and hit him in the jaw. Somehow, less than a week later, Carrasco took to the mound again to face the same Chicago White Sox team. It is impossible to determine the emotional and mental state

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Ball Played: Indians deliver goodnight gut punch

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The pitching matchup for Monday’s game was strongly in favor of the Cleveland Indians. Trevor Bauer had been the best pitcher on the staff in the early season having given up a mere two runs in twelve innings pitched, while striking out nineteen and allowing a total of thirteen baserunners. The Chicago White Sox countered

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