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

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.
Plain Dealer 6 hours ago

Cleveland Indians' Trevor Bauer is intent on getting into the flow -- Bud Shaw's Sports Spin

If the Cleveland Indians are lucky, right-hander Trevor Bauer will be known for winning games this year and not for his long toss program or his Happy Gilmore warmup pitch.

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Chronicle-Telegram Mar 4, 2015

Indians Notes: Fifth-starter candidates Josh Tomlin and T.J. House on display

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — A pair of pitchers vying for the final spot in the rotation — right-hander Josh Tomlin and left-hander T.J. House — were on display Wednesday at Goodyear Ballpark. Tomlin, 30, spent the majority of last season with the Indians, going 6-9 with a 4.76 ERA in 25 games (16 starts). “He came Read More...The post Indians Notes: Fifth-starter candidates Josh Tomlin and T.J. House on display 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.
Chronicle-Telegram Mar 4, 2015

Indians: Stardom predicted for Francisco Lindor, but Tribe not rushing him to majors

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Francisco Lindor is growing up before the Indians’ eyes. Next step: graduation to the major leagues. “He’s so young,” manager Terry Francona said of the 21-year-old, who was Cleveland’s first-round draft choice (eighth overall) in 2011 and is considered the organization’s top prospect. “Everywhere he’s played he’s been the youngest guy. Eventually, Read More...The post Indians: Stardom predicted for Francisco Lindor, but Tribe not rushing him to majors appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content...
Plain Dealer Mar 4, 2015

Just how much outfield depth do the Cleveland Indians actually have? Zack Meisel's musings

It's a cloudy picture, for sure. But having depth sure beats the contrary.
Akron Beacon Journal Mar 4, 2015

Indians 4, Reds 2: Francisco Lindor shows skills in Cactus League win

GOODYEAR, Ariz.: Hyped shortstop Francisco Lindor, the top prospect in the Indians organization, got two hits and showed off his glove Wednesday in a 4-2 win over the Cincinnati Reds 4-2 in a Cactus League exhibition.The 21-year-old Lindor rose to Triple-A last year and he’ll likely begin the season in the minors. However, it might not be long before he’s permanently in the big leagues. Lindor singled twice, made a leaping catch to take away a hit and turned a slow roller in the infield grass into an easy out.Reds outfielder Billy Hamilton homered leading off the first against Indians...
Plain Dealer Mar 4, 2015

Can Zach Walters multi-task way to big leagues? Cleveland Indians quick hits

The Indians like Zach Walters' power, but the only way for him to have a chance to fit onto the 25-man roster is by playing several positions.
Plain Dealer Mar 4, 2015

Live updates and chat: Cleveland Indians vs. Cincinnati Reds 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.
Red Reporter Mar 4, 2015

Spring Training 2015 Game 2: Reds at Indians

Cincinnati Reds @ Cleveland Indians Wednesday, March 4, 2015 3:05 PM ESTGoodyear Ballpark - Goodyear, AZ Anthony DeSclafani v. Josh Tomlin *** Lineups REDS INDIANS Billy Hamilton CF Michael Bourn CF Skip Schumaker LF Francisco Lindor SS Todd Frazier 3B Ryan Raburn RF Chris Dominguez 1B Zach Walters 3B Brennan Boesch RF Jesus Aguilar 1B Brayan Pena DH Carlos Moncrief DH Zack Cozart SS Tyler Holt LF Kris Negron 2B Roberto Perez C Tucker Barnhart C Erik Gonzalez Scheduled to pitch for Cincinnati: Anthony DeSclafani, Jumbo...
Plain Dealer Mar 4, 2015

Great Lakes Brewing Co., Dynomite added to Progressive Field food options (photos)

Offerings from two more restaurants have been added to Progressive Field's new Right Field District.

Cleveland Indians announce Great Lakes Brewing Co., Dynomite Burgers coming to Progressive Field

The Cleveland Indians on Wednesday announced that Great Lakes Brewing Co. and Dynomite Burgers will be added to the slate of in-stadium food and beverage options offered for the 2015 season.  Those two will join Melt, Barrio and Sweet Moses as new food and drink options at Progressive Field. All five will be placed in the re-designed Right Field District, which is currently under construction and expected to be completed by Opening Day. And all five represent Cleveland-based companies.  Great Lakes Brewing Co. will offer its pretzel and sausage dishes along with several of its...
Plain Dealer Mar 4, 2015

Cleveland Indians top prospect Francisco Lindor is ignoring the hype: 'I don't want to be God'

"I'm not sitting back and relaxing and watching everybody praise me," Lindor said. "That's not the way I am. We're humans. You have two arms and two legs. I have two arms and two legs. There should be no reason for anyone to be praising me like I'm God because I'm nowhere near that."I don't want to be God."
Plain Dealer Mar 4, 2015

Oakland's Pat Venditte gets outs with both arms: MLB news, updates, links

GOODYEAR, Ariz. -- There are plenty of players in the big leagues who hit from both sides of the plate. They're called switch-hitters. But what about a switch-pitcher? Well, the A's have one in Pat Venditte and Tuesday he retired...
Columbus Dispatch Mar 4, 2015

Around baseball: Reds throttle Indians in spring opener

Reds 10, Indians 0: Brandon Phillips, Todd Frazier and Jay Bruce each had one of host Cincinnati’s six doubles in a victory over Cleveland yesterday in the spring opener for both teams in Goodyear, Ariz.
News-Herald Mar 4, 2015

Jim Ingraham: Corey Kluber, Michael Brantley top list of Cleveland Indians' most important

With the Indians having now begun their spring training exhibition season, it's as good a time as any to identify the team's Big Ten - the 10 most indispensable or important Indians players.For this discussion, the definition of "important" is as follows: the players who if the Indians lost them for an extended period of time, would be the most difficult to replace.
Plain Dealer Mar 3, 2015

Why Cleveland Indians' 10-0 exhibition loss isn't as bad as it sounds (photos)

Spring training can be tricky. During the regular season a 10-0 loss is something to worry about. In spring training, there could be other factors at work.

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    Corey Kluber

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  • 1 Yan Gomes

    Yan Gomes

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

  • 1 Michael Bourn

    Michael Bourn

    Cleveland Indians' Michael Bourn has a number of hurdles to clear -- Bud Shaw's Sports Spin

  • 1 Josh Tomlin

    Josh Tomlin

    Indians Notes: Fifth-starter candidates Josh Tomlin and T.J. House on display

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