1. Carlos Carrasco, Indians Blank Astros 2-0

    HOUSTON: For the second consecutive game, a pitcher the Indians recently signed to a long-term deal turned in a terrific performance. This time, it was Carlos Carrasco...

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  2. Carrasco Gets to Heart of Matter in CLE's 2-0 Win

    HOUSTON -- Right-hander Carlos Carrasco, following his breakout season last year, underwent heart surgery at Cleveland Clinic on Oct. 8 for heart palpitations...

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  3. Santana, Aviles Homer to Lead Indians over Astros

    HOUSTON -- Carlos Carrasco struck out 10 while pitching three-hit ball into the seventh inning, Carlos Santana and Mike Aviles each homered and the Cleveland Indians got a 2-0 win over the Houston Astros on Wednesday night...

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  4. Royals May Sit Gordon for Day Games to Protect Wrist

    On Monday afternoon, midway through the first game of the Royals season, Alex Gordon sidled up to manager Ned Yost. The topic was his surgically-repaired right wrist...

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  5. Indians' Brantley (Back Stiffness) Day-to-Day

    Brantley scratched from tonight's lineup with lower back stiffness. He's day to day. Missed some time with same issue in the spring...

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  6. Anibal Sanchez Stellar in Debut, Detroit Blanks Minnesota

    DETROIT -- If Justin Verlander is forced to miss an extended period of time, the Detroit Tigers will desperately need a starting pitcher to step up and fill his void...

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  7. Joe Nathan Injury: Updates on Tigers Pitcher's Flexor Strain and Return

    The bullpen has been a problem area for the Detroit Tigers over the past several years, and that continues to be the case in 2015 with closer Joe Nathan nursing an injury. Continue for updates...

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  8. Tigers Start Year with 2 Shutouts for 1st Time Ever

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  9. Tigers Start Year with 2 Shutouts for Their 1st Time Ever

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  10. Astros and Indians with Small Payrolls

    Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco goes against the Houston Astros ' Scott Feldman on Wednesday...

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  11. Carlos Carrasco Underwent a Heart Procedure at the Cleveland Clinic

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  12. Could Miguel Cabrera Break the All-Time RBI Record?

    The 2014 season saw Miguel Cabrera lose only a little bit of momentum in his drive through the history books...

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  13. Iglesias' Secretive Escape from Cuba a Courageous Tale

    DETROIT -- It's easy to understand why Jose Iglesias has difficulty remembering details from the day he defected from Cuba...

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  14. Seidel: With Iglesias, Tigers' Defense Is a Game-Changer

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  15. LHP Kyle Lobstein to Start vs. Tribe in Place of Injured Verlander

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  16. Twins Pitcher Aaron Thompson Survives Bumpy Road to Big Leagues

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  17. Twins Show No Fear of Rotation Without Santana

    DETROIT -- After signing the richest free-agent contract in club history this past offseason, right-hander Ervin Santana was set to make his Twins debut in the second game of the season, against the Tigers on Wednesday...

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  18. Verlander's Status for Sunday in Doubt

    If Justin Verlander is going to pitch Sunday in Cleveland , he has to be on the disabled list by midnight tonight...

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  19. Indians, Carlos Carrasco Agree to Four-Year Contract

    Two days after the Cleveland Indians signed Corey Kluber to a five-year deal, the team announced on Tuesday that it has signed RHP CARLOS CARRASCO to a four-year Major League contract thru the 2018 season with club options for 2019 and 2020...

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  20. Sorry, but We're Stuck with Country Joe

    By nearly any measure, Joe West is an awful umpire. He's got a well-earned reputation for turning situations into conflagrations, and making himself the center of attention. The numbers don't help him much, either...

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  21. Ned Yost Warns Trainer Not to Lose His ALCS Ring During Rectal Exams

    The Kansas City Royals received their 2014 AL Championship rings before opening the season against the White Sox yesterday, and manager Ned Yost had some helpful advice for the team's head athletic trainer...

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  22. Luke Hochevar Prepares to Build Arm Strength for Class-AAA Omaha

    Luke Hochevar accepted a ring on Monday afternoon for a season in which he never threw a pitch. He sat on the bench for an Opening Day victory, sidelined on the disabled list, bound for a rehabilitation stint in Class-AAA Omaha...

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  23. Tigers Fans Fighting on Opening Day — Play Ball!

    My guy in Detroit who is always in the middle of some craziness on Opening Day was at it again this morning in Motown...

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  24. West's Bad Call Shows Why Base Umps Should Call Checked Swings

    Joe West's mistake Monday in Detroit was not making the wrong call. The problem was that he failed to ask for help when fairness — the most sacred tenet of umpiring — demanded he do so...

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  25. Will Indians Lefty Hitters Be Neutralized by Lefty Pitchers All Season?

    HOUSTON, Tex. - Manager Terry Francona fretted about it most of spring training. But no matter how he turned and twisted his lineup card, he always seemed to hit a patch that contained one too many left-hander hitters in a row...

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