1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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...

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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. Watch: Almonte Makes Great Leaping Catch

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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. Cleveland Indians Use Bats Instead of Feet to Trample Boston Red Sox, 8-2

    The Indians tried to run their way to victory in the first inning Monday night at Fenway Park. Mostly they just spun their wheels...

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  12. Brantley (Shoulder) Returns After Missing 3 Games

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  13. Carlos Carrasco Superb but Cleveland Indians Lose to Minnesota Twins

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  14. Spider Bite Sidelines Indians Infielder Chris Johnson

    Indians infielder Chris Johnson was out of the lineup Saturday and Sunday due to what he thinks is a spider bite received while staying at the team hotel in Minnesota ...

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  15. Cleveland Indians Bats Continue Their Slumber in 4-1 Loss to Minnesota Twins

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  16. Tomlin Can't Hold Twins, Tribe Lose 4-1

    Josh Tomlin was crisp right up until the time he wasn't. When the Indians picked Tomlin to replace injured Cody Anderson for Saturday's start against the Twins , the report from ...

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  17. Duffey No-Hit Try into 6th, Twins Top Indians

    Tyler Duffey took a no-hit bid into the sixth inning of his second big league game and pitched the Minnesota Twins over the Cleveland Indians 4-1 Saturday night...

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  18. Ryan Raburn Activated from Bereavement List

    The Indians activated Ryan Raburn prior to Saturday's game against the Twins , following the veteran's stay on Major League Baseball's bereavement list since Tuesday...

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  19. Terry Francona's Thoughts with John Farrell

    MINNEAPOLIS -- When the Indians arrive in Boston later this week, manager Terry Francona will have more on his mind than beating the Red Sox ...

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  20. Brantley out a Few Days with Inflamed Shoulder

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  21. Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians Roll Past Minnesota Twins ... Again

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  22. Kluber Pitches 1-Hitter as Indians Beat Twins 6-1

    MINNEAPOLIS -- After nearly throwing a no-hitter in his last outing against the Minnesota Twins , Corey Kluber wasn't going to change his approach in facing them again five days later...

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  23. Brantley (Shoulder) out vs. MIN; Is Day-to-Day

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  24. Indians' Kipnis Optimistic After Pain-Free Throwing Session

    Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis threw for the first time Thursday in his recovery from right shoulder inflammation, and the All-Star was happy with the results...

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  25. Don't Ask Trevor Bauer About His Struggles on the Mound

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