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Plain Dealer 18 mins ago
Cleveland Indians lose to Toronto Blue Jays, 3-2

Cleveland Indians lose to Toronto Blue Jays, 3-2

The Indians wasted a quality start by Justin Masterson in losing to Toronto, 3-2, Friday night.
Plain Dealer 1 hour ago

Cleveland Indians On Deck: Game 17 vs. Toronto Blue Jays

Indians righty Corey Kluber, who faces Toronto lefty Mark Buehrle on Saturday at Progressive Field, has posted back-to-back quality starts.
Columbus Dispatch 2 hours ago

Blue Jays 3, Indians 2: Bullpen fails to protect lead for Justin Masterson

CLEVELAND (AP) — Yan Gomes took the blame. For the Indians, there was plenty to go around. Cleveland's catcher had a costly throwing error in the seventh inning that helped Toronto score two runs, and the Indians rallied in the ninth but lost 3-2 to the Blue Jays yesterday night.
Chronicle-Telegram 5 hours ago

Oportunity knocks … and knocks: Indians go 0-for-9 with runners in scoring position, strand 12 in loss to Blue Jays

CLEVELAND — Nick Swisher and Carlos Santana finally showed up, and the Indians still lost. Swisher and Santana, two of Cleveland’s biggest sagging offensive stars, displayed signs of life at the plate Friday night for one of the few times this season, but the...

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Plain Dealer 1 hour ago

Slumping Cleveland Indian Nick Swisher anticipates better days -- Bill Livingston

Intangibles like attitude can be derided when a player slumps, but Nick Swisher brings moire than numbers to the Indians.
Plain Dealer 1 hour ago

What happened to Danny Salazar's velocity? Hey, Hoynsie!

Danny Salazar, whose innings were limited in spring training, still isn't making the radar gun pop like he did last year.
Plain Dealer 1 hour ago

Cleveland Indians squander another opportunity: DMan's Report, Game 16, Friday

The Indians went 0-for-9 with runners in scoring position and stranded 12 in a 3-2 loss to Toronto on Friday night.
News-Herald 8 hours ago
Cleveland Indians lose to Toronto Blue Jays, 3-2

Cleveland Indians lose to Toronto Blue Jays, 3-2

A bullpen implosion and a lack of clutch hitting doomed the Indians on April 18 as the Tribe lost 3-2 to the Toronto Blue Jays. After Carlos Santana belted a two-run home run in the bottom of the sixth inning to give the Indians a 2-1 lead, relievers Marc Rzepczynski and Cody Allen coughed up a two-run seventh inning that was the difference in the game.
Plain Dealer 8 hours ago

Jason Giambi will be activated from disabled list Monday: Cleveland Indians notebook

Manager Terry Francona says the Indians have missed Jason Giambi's presence while he's been on the disabled list recovering from a broken rib.
News-Herald 9 hours ago

Indians minor-league roundup: April 19

-- Toledo scored three runs in the eighth to earn a 5-3 victory over Triple-A Columbus. Jose Ramirez and David Cooper each went 2-for-4 for the Clippers while Josh Tomlin allowed three hits and two runs in six innings. -- Francisco Lindor went 3-for-5 to raise his batting average to .263 as Double-A Akron defeated Bowie, 7-6.
Chronicle-Telegram 10 hours ago

Indians Notes: Jason Giambi set to leave disabled list Monday

CLEVELAND — The Indians considered activating Jason Giambi from the disabled list Sunday, but have decided on Monday instead. “We’re just trying to keep our bullpen and our team in order,” manager Terry Francona said. “If we shoot for Monday, that’ll make things a little bit easier, as far as moving forward with our team. Read More...The post Indians Notes: Jason Giambi set to leave disabled list Monday 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.
Akron Beacon Journal 11 hours ago
Indians Report: Giambi expected to return to team Monday

Indians Report: Giambi expected to return to team Monday

CLEVELAND: Indians designated hitter Jason Giambi is expected to come off the disabled list and rejoin the team on Monday. Giambi has yet to make his season debut after hitting the disabled list with a fractured rib. He played in three games for the Double-A Akron RubberDucks, but went 0-for-8 and reached base just twice. Giambi said he’ll be activated Monday. Manager Terry Francona wasn’t as black-and-white as that, but said Giambi’s return on Monday is the plan for now. “Just trying to keep our bullpen, our team in order, if we shoot for Monday that will make things a little bit...
News-Herald 12 hours ago

Cleveland Indians notes: Lonnie Chisenhall batting .522 in April

It's not often in an American League lineup the designated hitter bats ninth. You could almost argue that if your designated hitter is batting ninth, you might have the wrong guy as your designated hitter. None of that applied to the Indians' lineup April 18. Lonnie Chisenhall was the designated hitter, and he was batting ninth - even though he is leading the team in hitting.
News-Herald 12 hours ago
Jim Ingraham: Cleveland Indians ready to welcome back Jason Giambi

Jim Ingraham: Cleveland Indians ready to welcome back Jason Giambi

The cavalry is on the way. The fact that he's 43 years old, with plenty of gray hair, doesn't seem to bother anyone. "Every manager should have the luxury of having him once," Indians Manager Terry Francona said. "It's not going to happen, because we're not going to let him go. But he gets it. All he wants to do is help out.
Akron Beacon Journal 12 hours ago

Indians Notebook: Terry Francona isn’t lamenting possibility of fewer arguments in new replay system

CLEVELAND: One aspect of Major League Baseball’s new replay system is the severe decline in manager-umpire arguments, which some call one of the arts of baseball. With the replay system, screaming at an ump and kicking dirt for five minutes has been replaced with a simple, “I’d like to challenge that play” that might even end with, “good sir.”Maybe not. But Indians manager Terry Francona isn’t mourning their demise, either.“You may go out there three to four times a year and make an idiot of yourself,” Francona said Friday. “They never change a call, so I’m not sure what...
Plain Dealer 12 hours ago

Power-hitter Jesus Aguilar will get tested at third base: Cleveland Indians chatter

Jesus Aguilar, one of the few power-hitting prospects the Indians have developed in the past few years, is getting a chance to play third base at Class AAA Columbus. That could help him get to Cleveland faster than expected.
Plain Dealer 14 hours ago

Clint Frazier has a blast in Lake County debut: Cleveland Indians Class A report (video)

No. 1 pick finally arrives after recovering from hamstring injury in spring training.

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  • 7 Justin Masterson

    Justin Masterson

    Indians pitcher Justin Masterson talks about his start against Toronto: Video

  • 3 Lonnie Chisenhall

    Lonnie Chisenhall

    Cleveland Indians notes: Lonnie Chisenhall batting .522 in April

  • 2 Corey Kluber

    Corey Kluber

    Cleveland Indians On Deck: Game 17 vs. Toronto Blue Jays

  • 2 Yan Gomes

    Yan Gomes

    Indians catcher Yan Gomes talks about his throwing error against Toronto: Video

  • 2 Nick Swisher

    Nick Swisher

    Slumping Cleveland Indian Nick Swisher anticipates better days -- Bill Livingston

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