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Plain Dealer Aug 1, 2016

Corey Kluber throws seven scoreless innings as Cleveland Indians complete 3-game sweep of A's

The Indians completed a three-game sweep of the A's on Sunday behind seven scoreless innings by Corey Kluber and quick-strike offense of Jason Kipnis and Mike Napoli.
Columbus Dispatch Jul 31, 2016

Indians 8, Athletics 0 | Kluber shines again amid buzz of trades

CLEVELAND — On a day in which the Cleveland Indians answered one of their needs for the stretch run and just missed on another, Corey Kluber was flawless. He threw seven scoreless innings and Jason Kipnis and Mike Napoli led a quick-strike offense that allowed the Indians to complete a three-game sweep of the Oakland Athletics with an 8-0 victory on Sunday at Progressive Field.adcelannotate = {"mobilepaywallcategory" : "MOBILE_PREM-SPORTS","nativepaywallcategory" : "NATIVE_PREM-SPORTS"};
Akron Beacon Journal Jul 31, 2016

Indians 8, A’s 0: 20 Walk-Off Thoughts on Andrew Miller, Jonathan Lucroy and also a baseball game

Here are 20 Walk-Off Thoughts after the Indians defeated the A’s 8-0 Sunday afternoon. 1. But, mostly, here are 20 Walk-Off Thoughts on a crazy trade deadline day that included one major deal completed and one major deal vetoed. 2. Also, here are today’s two stories, for more coverage, one detailing the trades themselves—including perspective from president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti and manager Terry Francona—and one on the clubhouse’s reaction to the front office being aggressive—after talking with Jason Kipnis, Mike Napoli and Cody Allen. And here's a complete...
Akron Beacon Journal Jul 31, 2016

Indians report: Clubhouse receives ‘jolt’ with trade for Andrew Miller

CLEVELAND: An aggressive move at the trade deadline isn’t just exciting for the fans. With the Indians acquiring All-Star relief pitcher Andrew Miller from the New York Yankees on Sunday, it didn’t just signal a willingness to be aggressive to those outside the organization. Those inside the clubhouse liked seeing it, too. That includes Jason Kipnis, who has seen the Indians be in different positions at the deadline. “The trade deadline can go one of two ways,” Kipnis said. “It can kind of drag on for a little while you’re questioning why we don’t make any moves or anything like...
Akron Beacon Journal Jul 31, 2016

Indians clubhouse receives ‘jolt’ with Andrew Miller trade, front office sends right message

An aggressive move at the trade deadline isn’t just exciting for the fans. With the Indians acquiring All-Star relief pitcher Andrew Miller from the New York Yankees on Sunday, it didn’t just signal a willingness to be aggressive to those outside the organization. Those inside the clubhouse liked seeing it, too. That includes Jason Kipnis, who has seen the Indians be in different positions at the deadline. “The trade deadline can go one of two ways,” Kipnis said. “It can kind of drag on for a little while you’re questioning why we don’t make any moves or anything like...
Plain Dealer Jul 31, 2016
Chris Gimenez's Cleveland Indians stop Billy Butler's Oakland Athletics: DMan's Report, Game 101 (photos)

Chris Gimenez's Cleveland Indians stop Billy Butler's Oakland Athletics: DMan's Report, Game 101 (photos)

The Cleveland Indians hit four homers en route to a 6-3 victory over the Oakland Athletics on Saturday night in Cleveland. Right-hander Josh Tomlin pitched well and second baseman Jason Kipnis was 2-for-3 with one homer and one walk.
News-Herald Jul 30, 2016
Jason Kipnis hits one of Indians' four home runs in 6-3 win over Athletics

Jason Kipnis hits one of Indians' four home runs in 6-3 win over Athletics

Jason Kipnis hit one of Cleveland's four homers, leading the Indians to a 6-3 win over the Oakland Athletics on Saturday night.Jose Ramirez, Abraham Almonte and Mike Napoli also went deep for the AL Central-leading Indians.Cleveland broke a 2-all tie with a four-run fourth in which Almonte and Napoli homered.
Akron Beacon Journal Jul 30, 2016

Indians 6, Athletics 3: Indians find power stroke with four home runs in win over A’s

CLEVELAND: It was fitting that on the night the Indians honored Jim Thome as a member of the 2016 class inducted into the franchise Hall of Fame, the 2016 edition of the Indians powered their way to a 6-3 win over the Oakland Athletics. The Indians (59-42) hit four home runs Saturday night, enough to slug their way to a second consecutive win. None were as prodigious as Thome’s 511-foot home run in 1999, they were enough to down the A’s (47-57) and maintain the best record in the American League. Already trailing 1-0 in the bottom of the first, Jason Kipnis slugged a solo home run down...

Indians find power stroke with four home runs, top A’s 6-3

It was fitting that on the night the Indians honored Jim Thome as a member of the 2016 class inducted into the franchise Hall of Fame, the 2016 edition of the Indians powered their way to a 6-3 win against the Oakland A’s. The Indians (59-42) hit four home runs Saturday night, enough to slug their way to a second straight win. While none were as prodigious as Thome’s 511-foot home run in 1999, they were enough to down the A’s (47-57) and maintain the best record in the American League. Already trailing 1-0 in the bottom of the first, Jason Kipnis slugged a solo home run down the...
Akron Beacon Journal Jul 29, 2016

Indians 5, A’s 3: Ryan Lewis’ 14 Walk-Off Thoughts on Abraham Almonte, a rally, Trevor Bauer

Here are 14 Walk-Off Thoughts on the Indians’ 5-3 win against the Oakland A’s Friday night. 1. The Indians took Friday night’s game with a four-run seventh inning that included some luck and some timely hitting. 2. The rally started with an error on A’s shortstop Marcus Semien, included a couple of key hits to cut the deficit to 3-2 and then a broken-bat single by Jason Kipnis that tied the game 3-3. Kipnis’ bat splintered, with most of it sailing toward right field while the ball found a small area of real estate in shallow left field that the A’s couldn’t cover. Then, a...
Plain Dealer Jul 29, 2016

Tyler Naquin, Abraham Almonte, Jason Kipnis help Cleveland Indians topple Oakland Athletics: DMan's Report, Game 100

The Cleveland Indians scored four in the seventh inning and rallied to defeat the Oakland Athletics, 5-3, Friday night in Cleveland.
Plain Dealer Jul 28, 2016
Players scour trade rumors, too, and Jason Kipnis is glad the Cleveland Indians aren't sellers this time

Players scour trade rumors, too, and Jason Kipnis is glad the Cleveland Indians aren't sellers this time

"The last couple of years, we've been on the fence of deciding to be buyers or sellers, if we're in it or not," Kipnis said. "It's fun to be on this side, where it's clear that we're buyers."

Jason Kipnis Photos