8:56 PM EDT, Wed August 24, 2016
Plain Dealer Aug 16, 2016
Would the Indians be willing to add an offensive-minded catcher such as Kurt Suzuki or will they stand with pitching-oriented catchers Roberto Perez and Chris Gimenez?
Plain Dealer Jul 31, 2016
Tribe catcher Chris Gimenez and Oakland DH Billy Butler had a disagreement Saturday night at home play. Butler won the initial argument by hitting a long homer, but the Indians had the final say.
Athletics Nation Jul 30, 2016
Balls were LOUD off of the bats of both teams tonight, as six total home runs were hit over the course of the ballgame, with the Indians collecting four of them en route to their 6-3 victory. Overton surrendered the lion's share of the home runs, allowing three in less than four innings pitched, as the Indians managed to hit Overton incredibly hard. The A's first home run was a dramatic one though, as the much aligned Billy Butler wound up jawing with Indians' catcher Chris Gimenez over a pitch and got the final word as he launched a near 450-foot home run into deep left field and tossed in...