11:25 PM EST, Fri March 06, 2015
News-Herald 1 hour ago
Eight run inning sinks Cleveland Indians in loss to Kansas City Royals

Eight run inning sinks Cleveland Indians in loss to Kansas City Royals

GOODYEAR, Ariz. - Yordano Ventura stepped to the mound for the Kansas City Royals for the first time since Game 6 of the World Series. The results were nothing like they were last October.Ventura was battered for four runs in his spring training debut Friday before the Kansas City Royals rallied for a sloppy, time-consuming 11-9 victory over the Cleveland Indians.
Plain Dealer 1 hour ago

Danny Salazar makes spring debut for Cleveland Indians; apologizes for distraction of police investigation (photos, videos)

Manager Terry Francona pleased with Danny Salazar's two innings against Kansas City on Friday at Goodyear Ballpark.
Plain Dealer 2 hours ago

Will Zach Walters' nomadic ways help or hinder him? Zack Meisel's musings

Will the power suffer if he is pigeonholed into a super-utility role? Francona said he wants to avoid Walters developing into a "jack-of-all-trades and master of none."
Plain Dealer 3 hours ago

Cleveland Indians victimized by ugly fifth inning in 11-9 loss to Kansas City

The Indians defense and the forces of nature conspired against them in the fifth inning Friday as the Royals scored eight runs on the way to a lopsided Cactus League victory at Goodyear Ballpark.
Plain Dealer 3 hours ago
System error: Starters weren't at fault, but Cleveland Indians offer sloppy defensive showing

System error: Starters weren't at fault, but Cleveland Indians offer sloppy defensive showing

Mistakes were contagious at Goodyear Ballpark on Friday afternoon. Even the scoreboard operator committed a couple of errors.
Topeka Capital-Journal 3 hours ago

Ventura rocked, but Royals rally to top Indians

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Yordano Ventura stepped to the mound for the Kansas City Royals for the first time since Game 6 of the World Series. The results were nothing like they were last October. Ventura was battered for four runs in his spring training debut Friday before Kansas City rallied for a sloppy, time-consuming 11-9 victory over the Cleveland Indians. read more
Plain Dealer 7 hours ago

Manager Terry Francona gives Lonnie Chisenhall guidelines to avoid hot corner's heat (photos)

Indians manager Terry Francona says Lonnie Chisenhall has to work on his mindset and aggressiveness at third base.
Plain Dealer 9 hours ago

Live updates and chat: Cleveland Indians vs. Kansas City Royals at 3:05 p.m.

Get scoring updates and analysis from the Indians' Cactus League opener and join Indians reporters Zack Meisel and Paul Hoynes in the comments section.
Plain Dealer 10 hours ago

'General soreness' stalls Gavin Floyd's Cactus League debut for Cleveland Indians (photos)

Gavin Floyd's Cactus League debut, scheduled for Sunday, has been pushed back. Manager Terry Francona says trainers will work with Floyd for the next few days.
Plain Dealer 15 hours ago

Cleveland Indians shortstop Jose Ramirez attempting to conquer his biggest hurdle: the English language

Ramirez, a native of the Dominican Republic, has been working on his English ever since he arrived at the big league scene a year and a half ago. It remains a work in progress.
Plain Dealer 17 hours ago

San Francisco's Hunter Pence out six to eight weeks: MLB news, updates, links

If the Giants need an outfielder to replace injured Hunter Pence, the Indians just might be able to help them.
Columbus Dispatch 18 hours ago

Around baseball: Indians’ Bourn feels faster after track work

Michael Bourn got back in the starting blocks this winter. A track sprinter in high school, Cleveland's speedy outfielder had some hurdles to clear.
News-Herald 23 hours ago
Cleveland Indians: Yan Gomes' homer fuels big inning in Tribe's 9-3 win over Cincinnati Reds

Cleveland Indians: Yan Gomes' homer fuels big inning in Tribe's 9-3 win over Cincinnati Reds

GOODYEAR, Ariz. - Jose Ramirez hit a two-run single and Yan Gomes socked a two-run homer as the Indians scored five runs in the fifth inning on their way to a 9-3 win over Cincinnati on Thursday. Reds reliever Burke Badenhop was the Indians' victim, giving up five runs while retiring only two batters in his Reds debut.
Plain Dealer Mar 5, 2015

Cleveland Indians topple Cincinnati Reds, 9-3, behind three sharp innings from Trevor Bauer

Trevor Bauer tinkered with his laminar flow, turbulent flow and other terms only a physics major would understand and delivered three experimentally sufficient innings for the Tribe on Thursday.
Chronicle-Telegram Mar 5, 2015

Indians: Brandon Moss making most of second chance

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Brandon Moss learned something about himself five years ago, and it saved his big league career. “In 2010, I figured out what type of hitter I was,” he said. “It was just one of those things where you come to the realization that: ‘I’m not a guy that’s going to hit .300 Read More...The post Indians: Brandon Moss making most of second chance appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source for Lorain County News.

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    Yan Gomes

    Cleveland Indians: Yan Gomes' homer fuels big inning in Tribe's 9-3 win over Cincinnati Reds

  • 1 Michael Bourn

    Michael Bourn

    Around baseball: Indians’ Bourn feels faster after track work

  • 1 Lonnie Chisenhall

    Lonnie Chisenhall

    Manager Terry Francona gives Lonnie Chisenhall guidelines to avoid hot corner's heat (photos)

  • 1 Gavin Floyd

    Gavin Floyd

    'General soreness' stalls Gavin Floyd's Cactus League debut for Cleveland Indians (photos)

  • 1 Danny Salazar

    Danny Salazar

    Danny Salazar makes spring debut for Cleveland Indians; apologizes for distraction of police investigation (photos, videos)

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