9:12 PM EST, Thu December 18, 2014
News-Herald 3 hours ago
Lake County Captains' Jan. 29 Hot Stove Dinner to feature Cleveland Indians announcer Tom Hamilton

Lake County Captains' Jan. 29 Hot Stove Dinner to feature Cleveland Indians announcer Tom Hamilton

The Lake County Captains have lined up popular Indians play-by-play announcer Tom Hamilton to be the keynote speaker Jan. 29 at their 13th annual Hot Stove Dinner. Running from 6 to 8 p.m. in the batting cage fieldhouse at Classic Park in Eastlake, the Hot Stove Dinner also will feature guest appearances by highly-regarded minor-league prospects participating in the Indians' Winter Development Program.
News-Herald 3 hours ago
Corey Kluber, Michael Brantley will appear at Jan. 24-25 Tribe Fest

Corey Kluber, Michael Brantley will appear at Jan. 24-25 Tribe Fest

Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber and Michael Brantley, who finished third in the American League Most Valuable Player Award voting, have been added to list of players scheduled to appear at Tribe Fest 2015. In becoming the fourth Indians pitcher to win Major League Baseball's top pitching award, Kluber went 18-9 with a 2.
Plain Dealer 4 hours ago

Despite President Obama's plan, stampede of Cuban players to MLB might take a while

Will a byproduct of President Obama's efforts to improve relations with Cuba be an influx of tbaseball players to the big leagues?
Chronicle-Telegram 21 hours ago

Indians: Jason Kipnis has surgery on finger, expected to be ready for 2015 season

CLEVELAND – Injuries plagued Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis last year. Now, before the 2015 season has even gotten underway, the former All-Star is dealing with another health issue. The Indians announced Wednesday that Kipnis underwent surgery Tuesday to repair a damaged tendon in his left ring finger. The surgery was performed at the Cleveland Read More...The post Indians: Jason Kipnis has surgery on finger, expected to be ready for 2015 season appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your...
News-Herald Dec 17, 2014
Cleveland Indians: Jason Kipnis has surgery on finger after weightlifting mishap

Cleveland Indians: Jason Kipnis has surgery on finger after weightlifting mishap

Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis underwent surgery on his left ring finger on Dec. 16 at the Cleveland Clinic.The Indians said Kipnis sustained the injury while performing offseason strength-and-conditioning activities in his hometown of Chicago. The surgery, which was performed by Dr. Thomas Graham, was to repair a damaged extensor tendon in his left ring finger.
Plain Dealer Dec 17, 2014

Hitting last hurdle for Cleveland Indians' Jason Kipnis following finger surgery (slide show)

James Quinlan, Indians head athletic trainer, said Jason Kipnis should be able to field and throw when spring training opens on Feb. 18 following Tuesday's surgery on his left ring finger.
Akron Beacon Journal Dec 17, 2014
Tribe second baseman Jason Kipnis undergoes hand surgery, expected to be ready to start season

Tribe second baseman Jason Kipnis undergoes hand surgery, expected to be ready to start season

Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis underwent surgery Tuesday to repair a damaged tendon in his left ring finger, the team announced Wednesday.Hurt while lifting weights about a month ago, Kipnis is expected to be ready for the regular-season opener April 6 at Houston.Kipnis was injured working out near his home in Chicago, Indians head trainer James Quinlan said in a conference call. While racking weights, Kipnis’ hand slipped and was pinched between the weight and the rack, causing a significant laceration.It wasn’t until the laceration started to heal that Kipnis noticed he was losing...
Plain Dealer Dec 17, 2014
Cleveland Indians announce instructions for 2015 single-game ticket sales

Cleveland Indians announce instructions for 2015 single-game ticket sales

Spring Training is still two months away, but the Indians have announced their plan for fans to purchase single-game tickets for the 2015 campaign.
Plain Dealer Dec 17, 2014
Terry Pluto says he expected more out of Johnny Manziel, and that David Blatt needs to cut LeBron's minutes in his latest podcast

Terry Pluto says he expected more out of Johnny Manziel, and that David Blatt needs to cut LeBron's minutes in his latest podcast

Terry Pluto talks about Johnny Manziel, the Browns and the Cavaliers in this week's podcast.
Plain Dealer Dec 17, 2014
Cleveland Indians Jason Kipnis undergoes finger surgery; should be ready for regular season

Cleveland Indians Jason Kipnis undergoes finger surgery; should be ready for regular season

Second baseman Jason Kipnis injures left ring finger during workout. He underwent surgery Tuesday at Cleveland Clinic.
Akron Beacon Journal Dec 17, 2014

Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis undergoes finger surgery, expected back for start of season

Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis underwent surgery Tuesday to repair a damaged tendon in his left ring finger, the team announced Wednesday. Kipnis, hurt during strength and conditioning activities, is expected to be ready for the regular-season opener April 6 at Houston. The full-squad reporting date for spring training in Goodyear, Ariz., is Feb. 22. A 2013 All-Star, Kipnis suffered a strained oblique in April, which kept him out for a month and hampered his production the rest of the season. He played in 129 games and hit .240 with six homers and 41 RBI, down from .284, 17 homers...
Plain Dealer Dec 17, 2014

Cleveland Indians sign free agent RHP Gavin Floyd to one-year deal

It looks like the Indians have found their veteran arm for the starting rotation by signing Gavin Floyd to a one-year deal.
Columbus Dispatch Dec 17, 2014

MLB: Indians sign Gavin Floyd despite recent elbow injuries

Right-hander Gavin Floyd agreed to a one-year, $4 million contract with the Cleveland Indians yesterday, giving him a chance to make a comeback from his latest elbow surgery.
Plain Dealer Dec 16, 2014

GM Chris Antonetti says Gavin Floyd has spot in Cleveland Indians rotation (video)

Gavin Floyd's arrival stokes competition for fifth spot in rotation among Danny Salazar, Zach McAllister, Josh Tomlin and T.J. House.
Chronicle-Telegram Dec 16, 2014

Indians sign Gavin Floyd, say his elbow is fine; four spots in rotation set

CLEVELAND — The Indians will enter spring training with four spots in the rotation already spoken for. Cleveland signed free-agent right-hander Gavin Floyd, 31, to a one-year contract worth a reported $4 million Tuesday. And according to general manager Chris Antonetti, Floyd, who has been plagued by elbow injuries the past two seasons, has a Read More...The post Indians sign Gavin Floyd, say his elbow is fine; four spots in rotation set appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source for...

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