The Indians have made a couple of moves- Today the Indians outrighted RHP GREG AQUINO to AAA Columbus…Aquino was designated for assignment on June 19 and was 1-2 w/a 4.50ERA in 10 relief appearances for Cleveland (16.0IP, 13H, 8ER, 15BB, 11K)… INF MICHAEL AUBREY to the Baltimore Orioles in exchange for a player to be
Indians 6, Orioles 1 (box) Activated from the 60-day disabled list, Travis Hafner started last night; his first game in the lineup since the end of May. Apparently suffering from a barrage of injuries that were then undisclosed, Hafner finished up a series against the Rangers, going 2-for-9, ultimately hitting the DL with splits of
It’s officially September when a select handful of minor league baseball players get to swap their Bison jersies for ones that say “Indians” across the front. The Tribe has taken the late-season plunge with six players, most of which we have seen at the big league level at some point in the past five months.
Indians 13, Orioles 8 (box) Fausto Carmona should be thrilled and Eddie Mujica should simply be thankful that it is simply the way the rules are written. Mujica had a Joe Borowski Special, with a “BS” and a “W” next to his name in the box score. The pitching through the first seven innings was borderline
WFNY readers have been playing GM for the Cavaliers since the playoffs ended. Well Tribe fans, the ‘off-season’ has come early for this year’s team. So we want your help. We will take a look at the Indians roster and determine who we should try and trade, who deserves an extension, and who we should
I came up with this idea for a series of guest blogger spots over a week ago. When it first came to me the Indians were in second place behind the Twins. Then they swept the A’s to take over first. Now, it’s the White Sox turn at the top. With all these teams bunched
Reds 6, Indians 4 (box) Talk about a fall from grace. Two winnable games dropped in the ninth inning followed by a Cliff Lee appearance with actual earned runs. Five of them, to be exact – in only five and two-thirds innings – doubling his ERA to its current level of 1.63. What a bum,
With Jeremy Sowers being sent down to Triple-A, the Indians have called up first baseman Michael Aubrey. While his injury history is not good (never played more than 98 games in a season), the fact that he is a former first-round selection – 11th overall in 2003 – and was once a top-25 prospect (21)