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Akron Beacon Journal Sep 18, 2015

Indians 12, White Sox 1: Friday’s One Last Thing on taking advantage of a rare Chris Sale mistake

The Indians throttled the Chicago White Sox 12-1 Friday night at home. Cody Anderson tossed 6 2/3 innings, allowing only one run, and the Indians’ offense got to Chris Sale, led by Carlos Santana’s grand slam that capped a six-run third inning. Friday’s One Last Thing: The Indians have been taking advantage of mistakes from a pitcher that often doesn’t make them. This is the second straight time the Indians have beaten Chris Sale, dating to a 3-2 win on September 7 that was highlighted by two home runs by Ryan Raburn and one by Mike Aviles. On Friday night, a couple hits...
Akron Beacon Journal Sep 18, 2015

Carlos Santana grand slam lifts Indians to 12-1 win against Chicago White Sox

A team needing to quickly make up ground in the standings and having Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale standing in its way normally isn’t a great proposition. It didn’t seen to mind the Indians, though, as they knocked around Sale and later piled on in a 12-1 win Friday night at Progressive Field. Much of the damage came with one swing in the third inning. With one out in a scoreless game, Roberto Perez singled to center field and Jose Ramirez reached on an error by Carlos Sanchez. After Francisco Lindor struck out, Mike Aviles blooped a single to center field that just dropped...
Akron Beacon Journal Sep 15, 2015
Royals 2, Indians 0: Bats fall silent, Josh Tomlin’s complete game wasted

Royals 2, Indians 0: Bats fall silent, Josh Tomlin’s complete game wasted

CLEVELAND: The Indians struggled to put anything together offensively and came up short in a 2-0 loss to the Kansas City Royals Tuesday night at Progressive Field.The Indians (71-72) were kept off-balance all night by Royals starting pitcher Kris Medlen (4-1), who didn’t have a strikeout in his 6⅓ innings but did induce weak contact on a consistent basis.Still, the Indians made it interesting in the ninth inning. Lonnie Chisenhall walked against Royals closer Greg Holland (31 saves) and Yan Gomes followed with a single. Then the inning went downhill.Mike Aviles, pinch-hitting, squared...
Plain Dealer Sep 13, 2015

Francisco Lindor, Mike Aviles don't think rainouts will dampen Cleveland Indians' momentum

No makeup date announced for Saturday's rainout against the Tigers, but Mike Aviles hopes the Indians have to play it. Sunday's doubleheader starts at 1:10 p.m. at Progressive Field.

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