1. Trade Cliff Lee Today

    After the Tribe dropped another lifeless loss to the Tigers Friday, I have come to the conclusion that Cliff Lee needs to be moved this season. He is getting more frustrated everyday with this team and we all know that he is a hot head...

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  2. The Day the Indians Died

    The Monday of June 15th, 2009 was an optimistic one for Tribe fans. Their team had just won six of nine games and just witnessed their reigning Cy Young award winner no-hit the first place St...

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  3. More Tribe Picks: Jason Kipinis in Second, Joe Gardner in Third

    The Indians finished Tuesday with a win and two more players, OF/2B Jason Kipnis from Arizona State and Right-handed pitcher Joe Gardner from UC Santa Barbara. Here is a little info on both...

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  4. Cleveland Indians Select Pitcher Alex White in First Round

    Well, the Tribe didn't get the guy I had hoped for (Drew Storen went 10th to the Nationals), but they did select one of the five pitchers written about earlier today, University of North Carolina's Alex White...

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  5. 2009 MLB Draft: Tribe Should Choose Stanford's Drew Storen

    With the anticipation growing for Tuesday's MLB 2009 Draft (not really), it will be interesting to see which way the Cleveland Indians go...

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  6. Chi-Town, My Kind of Town

    If I ask my friend Jon his weekend plans and I receive the reply "Chi Town" via either text or email, I know he is visiting his fiancee in Chicago...

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  7. Down on the Farm: Lonnie Chisenhall

    Most of the Cleveland Indians top prospects currently are playing ball in Ohio for minor league teams(LaPorta, Brantley, Rondon, Santana, etc...

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  8. Walking Wounded: Cleveland Indians Play Through Injuries

    The Indians, competing with a depleted roster, dropped three of four to the Yankees this past series. They walked 11 batters today, but only lost 5-2. With Grady Sizemore on the DL, the lineup looks less than potent...

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  9. Indians' Mark DeRosa on the Trading Block

    The 2009 version of Casey Blake is available to the highest bidder, as Jon Heyman of SI.com has reported that the Indians are shopping Mark DeRosa...

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  10. Down on the Farm Report: Carlos Santana

    When Casey Blake was traded to the Dodgers last July, most fans had no idea who the prospects were the Indians received for their former grinder. John Meloan was one half of the deal, a hard throwing bullpen arm...

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  11. Sweeping a "Fire" Under the Bus

    You just knew going into the ninth of today's game that the Tribe would get runners on base and flirt with victory. Then you realized they have teased us fans all year with a season-changing comeback or a last at-bat win...

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  12. Tribe signs Luis Vizcaino

    The Indians' today signed veteran right-hander Luis Vizcaino to a minor league deal. Will he be another potential gas can or a guy the club can actually count on? The 34-year-old journeyman reliever posted a 5...

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  13. Let's Blow This Thing Up!

    12 runs in an inning before even registering an out with a Boston lineup consisting of Rocco Baldelli, Jeff Bailey, Nick Green and George Kottaras is pathetic...

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  14. Down on the Farm Report: Zach Putnam

    With all of the transactions concerning the bullpen being made at the Major League level yesterday, an interesting move was made in Akron...

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  15. Cleveland Indians Call Up LaPorta, Valbuena, Barfield; Holy Crap!

    I am thoroughly shocked by this news. For an organization that usually waits too long to shake up a club and call up rookies, they did the complete opposite. Matt LaPorta (.333 avg, .414 obp, 1...

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  16. Dellucci back with the Tribe, Fans Rejoice

    Our savior is back! Although it has not been made official, the Indians have recalled David Dellucci from his rehab assignment in Columbus...

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  17. Heartaches, Headaches, and Head Scratchers

    At least the Indians finally hit a triple! The Tribe's record now stands at a disappointing 8-14 after dropping two of three to the Boston Red Sox when it had a legitimate shot at winning all three...

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  18. Josh Barfield Sent Down for Aaron Laffey

    The Indians' anemic offense lost its pinch runner today, as infielder Josh Barfield was sent down for new fifth starter Aaron Laffey per WTAM. This is a bit of a surprise, as the Tribe will now be carrying 13 pitchers...

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  19. Tales from the Teepee: Scott Bailes

    He was the Tribe’s premier lefty in the mid to late 80s, a man who set the Indians’ record for wins for a rookie reliever (eight in 1986) and threw five complete games with two shutouts as a starter in 1988...

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  20. Wraping Up Arizona: Spring Training Reflections

    As the Tribe officially moves out of their home away from home in Goodyear and on to two meaningless paid exhibition games with the Houston Astros, it is time to take a look back on the long adventure that was Cleveland Indians spring training...

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  21. Indians Farmhand Fodder: AAA and AA Rotations Announced.

    Two of the four full-season Cleveland Indians starting rotations were announced today without any real surprises. Triple A Columbus will consist of Aaron Laffey, Jeremy Sowers, David Huff, Kirk Saarloos, and Jack Cassell...

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  22. Trevor Crowe Makes Cleveland Indians Roster, David Dellucci Moved To DL

    As speculated yesterday, Cleveland Indians rookie outfielder Trevor Crowe will break camp with the big league club. David Dellucci's nagging injuries (thumb, calf) and his one-dimensional game (hitting left handed) made the move an easy one for the Tribe

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  23. Down on the Farm Report: Trevor Crowe

    It may be sooner, rather than later, for Cleveland Indians prospect Trevor Crowe's major league debut. With aging veteran David Dellucci experiencing a nagging calf injury, the Tribe may be calling on their top 2005 draft pick to fill in...

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  24. Barfield Wins Indians' Last Bench Spot; Gimenez and Crowe Optioned to Columbus

    In a not so surprising development, Josh Barfield has made the Cleveland Indians as a super utility guy. Although he has not been exactly knocking the cover off of the ball, batting a .184, 9-49, ...

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  25. Tribe Claims Reliever Jae Kuk Ryu

    In a move to add some depth to the bullpen, the Indians claimed Korean right hander Jae Kuk Ryu off of waivers from the San Diego Padres. Ryu was pretty bad in Cactus League play, posting an ERA above 10...

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