Ball Played: Indians make a statement with series win

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Dominant Corey Kluber returns in huge Cleveland Indians win over the AL Central-leading Chicago White Sox.

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Ball Played: The Undefeated

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Josh Tomlin is Undefeated, Juan Uribe is a boss, Francisco Lindor is amazing, and Mike Napoli Belly Flops. All in a game’s work.

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Joba shelved : Chamberlain to 15-day DL, Indians call up Ryan Merritt

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Joba the DL’d and Merritt-ocracy gives Ryan a trip to the Show.

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C-Cap Recap: Big Papi’s Place in Tribe-Killer History

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The Cleveland Indians haven’t won a series in Boston in 11 years. A big reason: David Ortiz. We look at the weekend and Papi’s place in Tribe-killer lore.

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C-Cap Recap: Ohio Cup Sweep Revives the Tribe

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The Cleveland Indians beat the Cincinnati Reds 7-2 Thursday, sweeping the “Ohio Cup” with a staggering series run margin of 43-16. Fluke or foreshadowing?

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Ball Played: Indians’ Stipe night a rousing success

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The narrative is Cleveland native Stipe Miocic, on the night Believeland aired across the country, ripped off the championship drought bandaid when he defeated Fabricio Werdum in Brazil to claim the UFC heavyweight belt. Whether or not you follow UFC, seeing an athlete competing at the highest level extol such gratitude and love about the Northcoast

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Clevinger to make MLB debut Wednesday; Indians activate Chisenhall

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Looks like Syndergaard, throws like Syndergaard. Can Clevinger be as good as Thor?

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Ball Played: Starters? Where the Indians are going they won’t need starting pitching

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DeLoreans, skateboards, and guitar solos all help the Indians win big over the Reds.

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C-Cap Recap: Indians, Twins & Indian Twins

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With Michael Brantley on the DL, the Cleveland Indians (once again) drop two of three game against the Minnesota Twins.

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Crossover Symmetry Q&A explains Indians Brantley injury and rehab

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Michael Brantley had surgery on his shoulder at the beginning of November and while the Indians have been consistent in their message about him returning to play in around six months, there has been some question about that time-frame elsewhere. So, rather than rely on team statements for all of the information, WFNY called upon

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Indians place Michael Brantley on DL; call up Michael Martinez

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Did the Cleveland Indians have Michael Brantley do too much too soon? It appears so as the left fielder is hitting the disabled list once again.

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Believeland: A story about sports, but mostly a story about Cleveland

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ESPN’s latest 30 for 30 film, “Believeland,” takes a look not just at the horrid history of Cleveland sports, but the hopeful nature of the city’s residents.

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Ball Played: Walk don’t run, Astros eventually make splash in 16 innings

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None of the 12 walks wound up scoring for the Astros, but Marwin Gonzalez walked around all four bases at once to walk off with the win.

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Ball Played: Bauer at home in Houston

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Trevor Bauer and the Cleveland Indians shut out the Houston Astros 4-0 with some good friends of Bauer from DST Performance in attendance.

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Ball Played: Indians Fiers of hitting and third inning not the charm

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Corey Kluber and the Cleveland Indians drop a tough one to the Mike Fiers-led Houston Astros, 7-1.

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MLB Power Rankings: Indians still beloved by statistical modeling

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Stat-based models love the Cleveland Indians in their rankings while traditional power rankings are more bearish.

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C-Cap Recap: Star Power, Activate!

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Francisco Lindor and the Cleveland Indians took two of three from the Royals over the weekend, continuing their odd trend of winning when the Cavaliers are in the playoffs.

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C-Cap Recap: More Than Enough Broom

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The Cleveland Indians improbably swept the Detroit Tigers for the second time in two weeks, as Michael Brantley notched 4 hits in a 9-4 Tribe rout.

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Domo arigato, Mr. Roberto: Thumb surgery for Indians Perez

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Dang, thumb surgery for a catcher is no bueno.

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Ball Played: Corey Kluber gets a shout out for the shutout

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Bases loaded with one out, no problem for Kluber. First and second with no outs, no problem for Kluber.

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