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Fantasy Update

Mar 22, 2017
Rotoworld
Alexi Amarista exited Wednesday's Cactus League game against the Indians after being hit by a Boone Logan pitch on the left wrist/forearm.
Akron Beacon Journal 16 hours ago

Indians mulling options for one, possibly two available spots in Opening Day bullpen

GOODYEAR, Ariz: The Indians have a number of options for filling out their bullpen to start the regular season. The time to make those decisions is drawing near. As it stands, six relievers currently have spots locked up in the Opening Day bullpen — Cody Allen, Andrew Miller, Bryan Shaw, Boone Logan, Dan Otero and Zach McAllister. The seventh spot is up for grabs. And as it relates to the early part of the season, it’s possible the Indians will carry an eighth reliever who can break camp with the big league club if Carlos Carrasco opens the season on the 10-day disabled list. The Indians...

Indians mulling options for one, possibly two available spots in Opening Day bullpen

The Indians have a number of options as to how they can fill out their bullpen to start the regular season. The time to make those decisions is drawing near. As it stands, six relievers currently have spots locked up in the Opening Day bullpen, including Cody Allen, Andrew Miller, Bryan Shaw, Boone Logan, Dan Otero and Zach McAllister. The seventh spot is up for grabs. And as it relates to the early part of the season, it’s possible the Indians carry an eighth reliever who can break camp with the big-league club if Carlos Carrasco opens the season on the 10-day disabled list. The...
Akron Beacon Journal Mar 14, 2017

Giants 6, Indians 5: Josh Tomlin pounded in loss to Giants

Staff reportIndians starter Josh Tomlin gave up five runs in the first inning of a 6-5 Cactus League loss to the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday in Goodyear, Ariz.Jarrett Parker and Justin Ruggiano homered off Tomlin in the first and the Giants added another run in the second.Tomlin allowed six runs on eight hits in three innings. He struck out two and did not walk a batter.Bradley Zimmer doubled and drove in two runs for the Indians and is hitting .353 in the spring.Jose Ramirez went 2-for-2 with an RBI and a walk for the Indians and is hitting .357.Josh Martin, Carlos Frias, Boone Logan,...
Plain Dealer Mar 12, 2017
Right on schedule: Seven things we learned Sunday as Cleveland Indians beat Padres, 11-3

Right on schedule: Seven things we learned Sunday as Cleveland Indians beat Padres, 11-3

Corey Kluber went four innings, Boone Logan looked good in a matchup situation and the Indians hit four homers Sunday to beat the Padres.
Akron Beacon Journal Mar 12, 2017

Indians 11, Padres 3: Corey Kluber solid in win over Padres

Corey Kluber pitched in to the fifth inning and the Indians scored 10 runs in the last four innings for an 11-3 Cactus League victory over the San Diego Padres on Sunday in Peoria, Ariz.Kluber pitched four scoreless innings before giving up two runs without getting an out to start the fifth. He gave up two runs on five hits and struck out four.Ronny Rodriguez, Francisco Mejia, Wily Mo Pena homered and Eric Stamets hit a grand slam for the Indians.Kyle Crockett and Boone Logan followed Kluber with scoreless innings of relief.Lonnie Chisenhall went 3-for-3 and lifted his spring batting average...
Los Angeles Times Mar 8, 2017

Angels looking for an effective bullpen, even without the 100-mph relievers

It would be unfair to compare the Angels’ bullpen to that of the Cleveland Indians, who could set a gold standard for relief this season with a group headed by left-handers Andrew Miller and Boone Logan and right-handers Cody Allen and Zach McAllister. In terms of dominance, balance, depth, experience...
Plain Dealer Mar 3, 2017
Bad day in the desert: Seven things we learned from Cleveland Indians' 16-7 loss to Rockies

Bad day in the desert: Seven things we learned from Cleveland Indians' 16-7 loss to Rockies

Carlos Carrasco, Andrew Miller and Boone Logan, three pitchers who are expected to carry the load for the Indians during the season, took their lumps Friday in a lopsided loss to the Rockies at Goodyear Ballpark.
Akron Beacon Journal Mar 3, 2017
Rockies 16, Indians 7: Carlos Carrasco, Andrew Miller, Boone Logan hit hard in loss to Rockies

Rockies 16, Indians 7: Carlos Carrasco, Andrew Miller, Boone Logan hit hard in loss to Rockies

Indians starter Carlos Carrasco surrendered four runs on six hits in 1⅓ innings and relievers Andrew Miller, Boone Logan and Joe Colon were also hit hard in a 16-7 Cactus League loss to the Colorado Rockies on Friday in Goodyear, Ariz.The Rockies scored one in the first, three in the second, two in the third, four in the fourth and six in the seventh and pounded out 18 hits.Miller gave up three hits and two runs in an inning, Logan gave up two hits, two walks and four runs in two thirds of an inning and Colon was pounded for six runs, including two home runs, on five hits and a walk in one...

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