3:18 PM EST, Mon February 27, 2017
News-Herald 4 hours ago

Flashy shortstop Francisco Lindor ignites Cleveland Indians with his glove, arm, bat and smile

Fans can go extra innings debating what they like most about Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor - his flashy glove, his quick release firing the ball to first base, his clutch at bats, his youthful enthusiasm, his million dollar smile, the way he hustles .

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Plain Dealer 5 hours ago
'MLB The Show 17' shows beauty of Cleveland's Progressive Field

'MLB The Show 17' shows beauty of Cleveland's Progressive Field

The Indians have become a centerpiece of the promotion for PlayStation 4's upcoming video game "MLB the Show 17," out March 28.
Plain Dealer 8 hours ago
Jason Kipnis seeking repeat of 2016, minus the World Series result and wrath of Cubs fans

Jason Kipnis seeking repeat of 2016, minus the World Series result and wrath of Cubs fans

Kipnis was raised in the city's north-side suburbs, about a half-hour from Wrigley Field. He empathized with the fan base's longstanding emotional despair. He understood the gravity of their team's unprecedented triumph.
Plain Dealer 9 hours ago
Playing 'Good Cop, Bad Cop' with the 2017 Cleveland Indians: Takes By The Lake podcast

Playing 'Good Cop, Bad Cop' with the 2017 Cleveland Indians: Takes By The Lake podcast

In Episode 14 of the Takes by the Lake podcast, Zack Meisel and MLB.com's Jordan Bastian attempt to pinpoint the Indians' potential issues in 2017.
Akron Beacon Journal 16 hours ago

Salazar pitches two crisp innings as Tribe ties Cubs 1-1 in spring training

MESA, Ariz.: Danny Salazar breezed through his first outing for the Indians. No extra adrenaline from facing the Chicago Cubs. No interest in revisiting the World Series.Just another day at work.Salazar pitched two crisp innings, and Cleveland and Chicago played to a 1-1 tie in spring training on Sunday.“I was just trying to work on my fastball,” said Salazar, who allowed one hit and struck out three. “Trying to work down on it and the first guy that I face, it was a walk. But after that, just trying to relax and try to get my tempo back.”The Indians battled injuries for much of last...
News-Herald 19 hours ago
Cleveland Indians: Danny Salazar pitches two crisp innings in tie wit Cubs

Cleveland Indians: Danny Salazar pitches two crisp innings in tie wit Cubs

MESA, Ariz. >> Danny Salazar breezed through his first outing for the Indians. No extra adrenaline from facing the Chicago Cubs. No interest in revisiting the World Series.Just another day at work.Salazar pitched two crisp innings, and Cleveland and Chicago played to a 1-1 tie in spring training on Feb.
News-Herald 19 hours ago
Cleveland Indians: Jason Kipnis sidelined by rotator cuff injury

Cleveland Indians: Jason Kipnis sidelined by rotator cuff injury

GOODYEAR, Ariz. >> Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis has a rotator cuff strain and will stop throwing for a couple days.Kipnis got a cortisone shot on Feb. 25, and Manager Terry Francona didn't sound very worried about the situation."If it was during the season we wouldn't do anything," Francona said before a Feb.
Plain Dealer 21 hours ago
No 10th inning this time: In World Series rematch, Cleveland Indians, Chicago Cubs play to a 1-1 tie

No 10th inning this time: In World Series rematch, Cleveland Indians, Chicago Cubs play to a 1-1 tie

This was merely a Sunday matinee on a brisk, sunny day from the relaxed confines of Sloan Park. No pressure, no stakes, other than players attempting to prepare for a season that stands five weeks away.
Akron Beacon Journal 22 hours ago

Indians: Second baseman Jason Kipnis shut down from throwing for 4-5 days with rotator cuff strain

Jason Kipnis will have to wait a bit to make his 2017 spring debut in Arizona. Kipnis was slated to act as the designated hitter in Sunday’s Cactus League game against the Chicago Cubs but was scratched after being diagnosed with a rotator cuff strain and receiving a cortisone shot, per Indians manager Terry Francona. “If it was during the season, we wouldn’t do anything,” Francona told reporters in Goodyear, Ariz. “There’s just so much time to get ready [for the season] that to kind of put a Band-Aid on it now didn’t seem to make sense. … It’s considered a [rotator cuff...
Akron Beacon Journal 22 hours ago

Jason Kipnis shut down from throwing for 4-5 days with rotator cuff strain

Jason Kipnis will have to wait a bit to make his 2017 spring debut in Arizona. Kipnis was slated to act as the designated hitter in Sunday’s Cactus League game against the Chicago Cubs but was scratched after being diagnosed with a rotator cuff strain and receiving a cortisone shot, per Indians manager Terry Francona. “If it was during the season, we wouldn’t do anything,” Francona told reporters in Goodyear, Ariz. “There’s just so much time to get ready [for the season] that to kind of put a bandaid on it now didn’t seem to make sense. … It’s considered a [rotator...
Plain Dealer Feb 26, 2017
Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago Cubs: Live updates and chat at 3:05 p.m. on Sunday

Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago Cubs: Live updates and chat at 3:05 p.m. on Sunday

Will the Indians get their long-awaited revenge against the world champion Cubs?
Akron Beacon Journal Feb 26, 2017

Indians continue to look at Mike Clevinger as starting pitcher

Barring something unforeseen, Mike Clevinger’s long-term development continues to follow the path of a starting pitcher. This is something the Indians have maintained since last season, when Clevinger appeared in games as both a starter and a reliever. With six of the seven spots in the Indians’ bullpen already secure, it was possible Clevinger could be an option for the seventh spot as a pitcher capable of throwing multiple innings. For at least the duration of the spring, that likely won’t be the case. Francona reaffirmed on Saturday that plan is to have Clevinger stretched out...
Plain Dealer Feb 26, 2017
An opposite-field homer 'is one of the better feelings in life' for Cleveland Indians top prospect Bradley Zimmer

An opposite-field homer 'is one of the better feelings in life' for Cleveland Indians top prospect Bradley Zimmer

Zimmer is intent on landing an Opening Day roster spot, even though Francona has indicated that it would require something unforeseen for the former first-round pick not to begin the season at Triple-A Columbus.
Boston Herald Feb 26, 2017
Indians 2B Kipnis sidelined by rotator cuff injury

Indians 2B Kipnis sidelined by rotator cuff injury

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis has a strained rotator cuff and will stop throwing for a couple days.Kipnis got a cortisone shot on Saturday, and manager Terry Francona says he should be raring to go when he resumes throwing.The 29-year-old Kipnis hit .275 with 23 homers and 82 RBIs last season, helping Cleveland to the AL Central title. He added four more homers and eight RBIs in the playoffs as the Indians made it all the way to the World Series before losing to the Chicago Cubs in seven games.Francona provided the update on Kipnis on Sunday.Red...
Plain Dealer Feb 26, 2017
Cleveland Indians shut down Jason Kipnis for a few days because of shoulder strain

Cleveland Indians shut down Jason Kipnis for a few days because of shoulder strain

Jason Kipnis won't see his first Cactus League action for at least a few days.

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  • 1 Francisco Lindor

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    Flashy shortstop Francisco Lindor ignites Cleveland Indians with his glove, arm, bat and smile

  • Edwin Encarnacion

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