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

Francsico Lindor

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

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Cleveland Indians home games against Mets, Mariners command above-average ticket prices

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The Cleveland Indians will return home for series against the New York Mets and Seattle Mariners. WFNY has ticket info.

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Cleveland Indians Home Openers: Stories of snow and futility

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The recent past hasn’t been kind to the Cleveland Indians on their home opener. It’s time to start a new streak.

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Cleveland Indians lose Josh Martin, add Brian Moran in Rule 5 Draft

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Minor moves of reliever prospects, as the Indians lost right-hander Josh Martin to San Diego and grabbed Triple-A Seattle lefty Brian Moran.

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MLB Hot Stove: Frustration builds as Indians sit idle


By the time this post is read, it might be out of date. The MLB Hot Stove can twist and turn in an instant. Perhaps, the Cleveland Indians will have awoken from their winter slumber to have made key signings or a significant trade to improve the outlook on the 2016 team. Alas, as the

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Reliving the Indians’ impossible comeback win over the Mariners


Fourteen years ago today, the Cleveland Indians defeated the Seattle Mariners 15-14. They trailed by 12 in the 7th inning, tied it up in the bottom of the 9th, and won in the bottom of the 11th on a Jolbert Cabrera single to left, with Kenny Lofton steaming around third base and beating Mark McLemore’s throw

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C-Cap Recap: Urshela Homers in 6-0 Tribe Win

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On this date in pointless nostalgia, June 12, 1995, the Cleveland Indians drew 41,845 fans for a ho-hum Monday night game against the Baltimore Orioles—the first of 455 consecutive sellouts at Jacobs Field. Yesterday, with hordes of sports lovers flooding the city for Game 4 of the NBA Finals, only 15,316 decided to pre-game with

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Ball Played: Indians RISP-phobia

Cleveland Indians v Seattle Mariners June 10, 2015

The Cleveland Indians have had their share of offensive frustration in 2015. Despite a middle of the pack ranking in runs per game1 , it has often seemed like the Indians have let many run scoring opportunities go to waste. No game epitomized that frustration more than the Wednesday night’s against the Seattle Mariners, in which the

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Ball Played: Sea witch Urshela makes Indians debut in 3-2 loss

at Progressive Field on June 9, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. Seattle defeated Cleveland 3-2.

Columbian born Giovanny Urshela was signed as an international free agent by the Cleveland Indians during the summer of 2008, the same summer when Lonnie Chisenhall was a first round draft pick of the Tribe. Chisenhall was coming out of college, three years older than Urshela, and had a more advanced bat, and his path to MLB

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Next Up: Seattle Mariners visit Cleveland

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When the Cleveland Indians visited Seattle just twelve days ago for a four-game series, the Indians and Mariners were both 7-3 in their previous ten games. The Tribe got the best of Seattle in that series, winning three. Granted, they accomplished that in part by avoiding Felix Hernandez, arguably the leading candidate for this season’s

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WFNY on Location: The Tribe Visits Seattle

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This past weekend, while most of you were asleep in Northeast Ohio, the Cleveland Indians traveled to the Pacific Northwest to play four games against the Seattle Mariners. Both teams received lavish praise from writers in the spring and neither has lived up to the hype so far. However, the teams’ records mattered little to

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C-Cap Recap: Indians Win Three in the Emerald City

Michael Brantley vs Seattle

Your surging Cleveland Indians took three out of four games in Seattle this weekend, and even though most of those games ended after 1am in the Eastern time zone, I’m going to break with tradition here and skip the obligatory “Sleepless in Seattle” reference. Similarly, if the Mariners had swept the series and gained ground

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FanGraphs projects Indians as American League’s best rest-of-season team

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Currently 22-26, it seems as though the Cleveland Indians are only looking up. This is certainly the case according to the baseball statistics website FanGraphs. FanGraphs, which has previously lauded the Indians organization, projects the Tribe will have the best rest-of-season winning percentage in the American League at .534. The Seattle Mariners, Cleveland’s host this weekend,

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Next Up: Indians vs. Mariners in Seattle

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Two of the hottest teams in baseball faced off in Cleveland this week and over those three games the Indians outscored the Rangers 23-17 but the Texas Rangers proved to be more effective overall, winning two out of three. The Rangers won 10-8 and 4-3. The Indians won yesterday, 12-3. That puts the Indians at 21-25, seven

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Corey Kluber narrowly wins 2014 American League Cy Young Award

Corey Kluber Cleveland Indians

Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber had an absolutely tremendous year. It was one of the best pitching seasons in franchise history. And just by a nose, he defeated Seattle star Felix Hernandez to win the American League Cy Young award. The honor is the third given to an Indians pitcher in just eight seasons. C.C.

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Mariners 6, Indians 5: Comeback thwarted by Shaw’s hanger

Bryan Shaw

When you score five runs, you should win the game. The Indians were on their way to doing so last night, but one of their more reliable and consistent pitchers made two quick mistakes and a comeback victory was snatched away as the Seattle Mariners took the rubber match of the three-game series, 6-5, on

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Indians 2; Mariners 0: Kluber’s “Maddux” bests King Felix in a performance for the ages

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  If only Corey Kluber could start every game for the Indians…… Last night I was fortunate enough to attend the matchup of aces at Progressive Field. Felix Hernandez, currently the favorite to win the AL Cy Young Award took the mound for the Seattle Mariners. Kluber, the Indians clear number one, opposed him. If

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Mariners 5, Indians 2: Tribe slide continues, the time to sell may be upon us

The non-waiver trade deadline is just a day away and the Cleveland Indians are what their record says they are. After Tuesday night’s 5-2 home loss to the Seattle Mariners, the Wahoos are 52-54, two games below .500. Just five games out of the second Wild Card spot, yes, but there are now four teams in

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Tribe Weekend Recap: Tomlin’s gem, House’s run, and consistently inconsistent play

Josh TOmlin

I promised myself I wouldn’t say anything negative about Nick Swisher’s play……. When I sit down every Sunday to write about the weekend that was with our friends of the feather, the topics seem to be the same: Bad defense, a lack of coming through with the timely big hits, starters not going deep enough

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