1. Johnson to Return Tuesday from Bizarre Infection

    Terry Francona has declared that Indians first baseman Chris Johnson will rejoin the team Sunday and be activated off the disabled list Tuesday, barring any setbacks, per MLB .com...

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  2. Johnson to Return Tuesday from Bizarre Infection

    Francona: Chris Johnson will rejoin Indians on Sunday and scheduled to be activated on Tuesday, barring any setbacks...

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  3. Salazar Scratched Against Halos; Bauer to Replace

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  4. Terry Francona Expects Carlos Carrasco to Pitch Again This Season

    Right-hander Carlos Carrasco's trip to the disabled list does not mean he's made his final start of the year...

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  5. Jason Kipnis Strikes Early and Late as Indians Beat Brewers, 6-2

    When it comes to hitting with the bases loaded this season, the Indians have been terrible and that's being kind...

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  6. Kipnis Has HR, 3 RBIs to Lead Indians Past Brewers, 6-2

    Jason Kipnis homered and drove in three runs, and the Cleveland Indians used six pitchers in a 6-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday night...

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  7. Indians, Fueled by Brantley's 2 2-Run Homers, Topple Brewers

    CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Left fielder Michael Brantley went 3-for-4 with two two-run homers as the Cleveland Indians defeated the Milwaukee Brewers , 11-6, Tuesday night at Progressive Field...

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  8. Carrasco (Shoulder) to Be Placed on DL; Received Cortisone Shot

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  9. Tomlin Shakes off Homers, Indians Outslug Brewers 11-6

    CLEVELAND -- Josh Tomlin shook off three home runs and lasted six innings to win his season debut at home and Michael Brantley homered twice, leading the Cleveland Indians to an 11-6 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday night...

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  10. Carrasco (Shoulder) Scratched from Start Wed.

    CLEVELAND -- Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco has a sore right shoulder and is likely headed to the disabled list...

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  11. Carrasco (Shoulder) Scratched from Start Wed.

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  12. Indians Would Benefit to Follow Cubs Model of Youth

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  13. If Shapiro Leaves the Indians for Toronto, Will He Take Francona with Him?

    Last week, FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reported that Indians president Mark Shapiro is a "strong candidate" to join the Blue Jays in a similar role, replacing outgoing president/CEO Paul Beeston...

    Mike  Denevi Written by Mike Denevi about 6 months ago 38 reads 0 comments

  14. Kluber's Dominant Start

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  15. Aviles Full of Thanks for Posada's Message

    NEW YORK -- Mike Aviles wasn't expecting anything, other than to listen to a former player from his hometown team reminisce about the glory days...

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  16. As a Kid, Francisco Lindor Had Dreams of Beating the New York Yankees

    NEW YORK -- The Yankees are popular in Puerto Rico. When Francisco Lindor was a kid, everyone he knew rooted for them...

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  17. Lindor's Go-Ahead Homer

    Francisco Lindor rips a solo homer to right, his seventh of the season, to give the Indians a 4-3 lead in the 8th inning.....

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  18. Salazar Has Slow Start, Francona Ejected in Indians' Loss

    Terry Francona had a good view of Danny Salazar's rough start from the dugout. He was watching on TV as the right-hander found his groove a little too late...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 6 months ago 11 reads 0 comments

  19. Terry Francona Ejected After Awful Umpiring; Indians Lose to Severino, Yankees

    Right-hander Luis Severino allowed one run on three hits in six innings and Brett Gardner and Brian McCann homered as the New York Yankees defeated the Cleveland Indians , 6-2, Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium...

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  20. Carlos Carrasco Dominant, Michael Brantley Clutch as Cleveland Indians...

    CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Right-hander Carlos Carrasco gave up one run and struck out 11 in 6 2/3 innings and second baseman Jose Ramirez went 3-for-3 with one walk and three runs as the ...

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  21. Carrasco Strikes out 11, Indians Beat Yankees Once Again

    NEW YORK -- Carlos Carrasco struck out 11, Carlos Santana homered and the Cleveland Indians stopped the New York Yankees once again, beating the AL East leaders 7-3 Friday night...

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  22. Tomlin Stifles Yankees as Indians Capture Series-Opening Victory

    NEW YORK -- Josh Tomlin's 83-mph cutter didn't do the job. That offering was deposited over the left-field fence, an estimated 426 feet from home plate...

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  23. Watch: Almonte Makes Great Leaping Catch

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  24. Gavin Floyd Could Return to Majors This Season

    NEW YORK -- The Indians knew they might have lost veteran Gavin Floyd for the entire season when the pitcher fractured his right elbow near the end of Spring Training and needed surgery...

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  25. Rubik's Klube: Corey Kluber's Fascinating Reinvention by Reversion

    I was pretty high on the Cleveland Indians coming into this season. I thought they'd win their division, thanks largely to the strength of their starting rotation in general and Corey Kluber in particular...

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