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CSN Bay Area 9 hours ago
Plenty of high-profile MLB players wearing new uniforms in 2017

Plenty of high-profile MLB players wearing new uniforms in 2017

Chris Sale traded socks (AP) -- or Sox - from white to red. Edwin Encarnacion took his big bat to Cleveland. Aroldis Chapman returned to
MLB Daily Dish 15 hours ago

Offseason In Review: Indians reload, sign Encarnacion in hopes to bring home title

Cleveland Indians (94-67) Key Additions Signed Edwin Encarnacion for 3 years, $60 million Signed Boone Logan for 1 year, $5.5 million Signed Austin Jackson to a minor-league deal Signed Chris Colabello to a minor-league deal Key Subtractions Rajai Davis signed with Athletics Mike Napoli signed with...
MLB Daily Dish 4 hours ago
Indians sign Jose Ramirez to 4-year extension

Indians sign Jose Ramirez to 4-year extension

The Indians signed infielder Jose Ramirez to a four-year contract extension on Friday, according to Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports. Ramirez’s deal guarantees him $26 million and includes two club options. The deal will take effect next season, giving the Indians the possibility of having him through 2023. Passan’s sources also said that if Cleveland exercises the options, Ramirez could make $50 million over the entire contract. The deal now gives the Indians a nucleus of players in Cy Young winner Corey Kluber, All-Star second baseman Jason Kipnis and starter Carlos Carrasco who are under...
Akron Beacon Journal 6 hours ago

Indians notebook: Corey Kluber on pace to start Opening Day; Lonnie Chisenhall leaves game with shoulder injury

MESA, Ariz: There was little doubt who would be taking the mound for the Indians on Opening Day in a perfect world, but with the full 162-game regular season in mind, the club wanted to be cautious after ace Corey Kluber’s heavy workload last postseason.Kluber pitched 215 innings during the regular...
Francisco Lindor, Andrew Miller relish WBC experience upon return to Indians camp

Francisco Lindor, Andrew Miller relish WBC experience upon return to Indians camp

Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor, catcher Roberto Perez and relief pitchers Andrew Miller and Joe Colon all returned to camp in Goodyear, Ariz. following the conclusion of the World Baseball Classic, which the United States won with a victory against Puerto Rico in the title game. Lindor, representing Puerto Rico, and Miller, representing the U.S., each relished their experiences in the WBC and have already said they’d like to play in it again. That’s especially not surprising from Lindor, who normally looks like he’s having the most fun on the diamond in a regular setting anyway....

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Plain Dealer 21 hours ago
Cleveland Indians Scribbles: Carlos Carrasco's challenge, Tyler Naquin still hitting -- Terry Pluto

Cleveland Indians Scribbles: Carlos Carrasco's challenge, Tyler Naquin still hitting -- Terry Pluto

Because of some elbow problems, Carlos Carrasco is behind the other Cleveland Indians starters. He still has to prove his arm is strong.
Plain Dealer 21 hours ago
Cleveland Indians pitcher James Russell seeking chance to play for his dad's old team

Cleveland Indians pitcher James Russell seeking chance to play for his dad's old team

In 1994, Russell's father, Jeff, pitched for the Indians. Russell can recall spotting Alomar, Kenny Lofton, Eddie Murray and other larger-than-life figures.
Plain Dealer Mar 23, 2017
The utility of it all: Seven things we learned Thursday as Cleveland Indians beat Rockies, 8-3

The utility of it all: Seven things we learned Thursday as Cleveland Indians beat Rockies, 8-3

With second baseman Jason Kipnis scheduled to open the season on the disabled list, the race to fill the utility man's job on the Indians has intensified.
Akron Beacon Journal Mar 23, 2017

Indians 8, Rockies 3: Indians welcome back WBC players, aim to have Roberto Perez catch up

Goodyear, Ariz.: The United States defeated Puerto Rico in the World Baseball Classic finale Wednesday night. The U.S. team celebrated in Los Angeles, while managers all across Arizona and Florida breathed a sigh of relief that their respective players would soon return to camp healthy and ready to go. That certainly included Indians manager Terry Francona, who has maintained that he understands the positives of the WBC, but also knows the frustrations that it creates on a club’s schedule. Perhaps the greatest relief is the safe return of prized reliever Andrew Miller, now a WBC champion....
Akron Beacon Journal Mar 23, 2017

Indians welcome back WBC players, aim to catch Roberto Perez up; Indians 8, Rockies 3

The United States defeated Puerto Rico in the World Baseball Classic finale Wednesday night. The U.S. team celebrated in Los Angeles, while managers all across Arizona and Florida breathed a sigh of relief that their respective players would seen return to camp healthy and ready to go. That certainly included Indians manager Terry Francona, who has maintained that he understands the positives of the WBC, but also knows the frustrations that it creates on a club’s schedule. Perhaps the greatest relief is the safe return of prized reliever Andrew Miller, now a WBC champion. Pitchers...
Plain Dealer Mar 23, 2017
Cleveland Indians Scribbles: classic Corey Kluber, another good day for Michael Brantley -- Terry Pluto

Cleveland Indians Scribbles: classic Corey Kluber, another good day for Michael Brantley -- Terry Pluto

Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber threw seven innings, allowing three runs (one earned) in a very impressive outing.
Akron Beacon Journal Mar 23, 2017

Indians outfielder Daniel Robertson fights for time, embodies what spring training has to offer

Goodyear, Ariz.: Outfielder Daniel Robertson is one of those guys fans can see every spring training. The guy busting his tail every play at some sleepy, half-attended ballpark in Arizona or Florida in March, fighting for a roster spot even though the odds are against him. The guy wearing No. 99 instead of No. 9. His spring training is not a laid-back, seven-week retreat at a sunny venue with a gradual incline to the start of the regular season, where a roster spot on the big-league club is comfortably waiting for him.His job in the spring is to fly into camp and immediately try to run...

Indians OF Daniel Robertson, fighting for time, embodying what spring training has to offer

Outfielder Daniel Robertson is one of those guys who fans can see every spring training. The guy busting his tail every play at some sleepy, half-attended ballpark in Arizona or Florida in March, fighting for a roster spot even though the odds are against him. The guy wearing No. 99 instead of No. 9. His spring training is not a laid-back, seven-week retreat at a sunny venue with a gradual incline to the start of the regular season, where a roster spot on the big-league club is comfortably waiting for him. His job in the spring is to fly into camp and immediately try to run through a...
Plain Dealer Mar 23, 2017

Is there genuine NFL interest in a Johnny Manziel comeback? -- Bud Shaw's You Said It

Cleveland fans wonder if there's really legitimate interest in a Johnny Manziel comeback and whether the Indians can outshine the Cubs in 2017.
Plain Dealer Mar 23, 2017
Terry Francona OK with Cleveland Indians' unsettled lineup: 'We have a lot of good hitters'

Terry Francona OK with Cleveland Indians' unsettled lineup: 'We have a lot of good hitters'

There is some uncertainty about who is going to hit where in the Indians' lineup as opening day approaches. Manager Terry Francona says everything will get figured out.
Plain Dealer Mar 23, 2017
Cleveland Indians fans share favorite memories of 2016 World Series (video)

Cleveland Indians fans share favorite memories of 2016 World Series (video)

We asked fans at TribeFest for their favorite memory of the 2016 World Series between the Indians and Chicago Cubs.
Plain Dealer Mar 23, 2017
Cleveland Indians playing to win now changes game for rookies like Yandy Diaz -- Terry Pluto

Cleveland Indians playing to win now changes game for rookies like Yandy Diaz -- Terry Pluto

Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona knows a contending team has a higher standard for rookies. Is Yandy Diaz ready right now?

Indians Player News

  • 6 Jose Ramirez

    Jose Ramirez

    Indians, Jose Ramirez agree to four-year contract extension, per reports

  • 5 Lonnie Chisenhall

    Lonnie Chisenhall

    Cleveland Indians outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall suffers shoulder injury

  • 3 Carlos Carrasco

    Carlos Carrasco

    Indians pull out win over Cubs despite injuries

  • 3 Francisco Lindor

    Francisco Lindor

    Francisco Lindor, Andrew Miller relish WBC experience upon return to Indians camp

  • 3 Andrew Miller

    Andrew Miller

    Francisco Lindor, Andrew Miller relish WBC experience upon return to Indians camp

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