1. Sowers Called Up, Slocum sent down, Tribe loses again.

    The Indians lost Sunday 5-2 to Detroit. As it stands today, they are currently 8.5 games out of first place and 7 games under .500. Barring a miraculous winning streak, the 2008 version of the Cleveland Indians looks about done...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about 6 years ago 69 reads 0 comments

  2. Cleveland Indians Suffer a Texas-Size Split

    Just when you think the Indians might string together a few wins...they don't. While hitting in The Ballpark in Arlington is similar to hitting at Softball World, at least the offense got going a bit...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about 6 years ago 385 reads 4 comments

  3. Indians Select Infielder Lonnie Chisenhall with First Round Selection

    The Cleveland Indians, with the 29th overall pick in the 2008 MLB draft, selected shortstop/third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall of Pitt Comunity College in North Carolina...

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  4. Jake Westbrook to DL—Again

    Jake Westbrook is being placed on the 15-day DL for the second time this year Wednesday with elbow issues. More on this Wednesday, as it will be interesting to see who starts the game Tuesday...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about over 6 years ago 276 reads 3 comments

  5. Royal Rubbish

    The Cleveland Indians have lost their fifth series in a row Sunday by losing to the hapless Kansas City Royals Sunday 6-1. Paul Byrd pitched terrible, the team continues not to hit, and the Tribe is barely even watchable...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about over 6 years ago 282 reads 1 comments

  6. Pronk to DL, Choo to the Rescue

    Friday the Indians placed Designated Hitter Travis Hafner on the 15 day DL with a shoulder injury. Hafner should be out for at least a month due to interleague play coming up in the middle of the month...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about over 6 years ago 176 reads 1 comments

  7. Tales from the Teepee Vol. Eight: Alex Cole

    With the Cleveland Indians of 2008 in desperate need of a true leadoff hitter (Grady should be batting third), we decided to go back 18 years and look at who the Tribe felt would be their leadoff hitter for the next decade...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about over 6 years ago 707 reads 0 comments

  8. Alex Cole: Tales from the Teepee

    With the Cleveland Indians of 2008 in desperate need of a true leadoff hitter, (Grady should be batting third), we decided to go back 18 years and look at who the Tribe felt would be their leadoff hitter for the next decade...

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  9. Cleveland Indians' Farm Report: Kelvin De La Cruz

    Today we will look at Lake County Captains' pitcher Kelvin De La Cruz. This guy is ripping up single-A with a 4-2 record, with a 1.57 ERA in 51-2/3 innings. Kelvin idolizes fellow countryman Fausto Carmona, both are from the Dominican Republic...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about over 6 years ago 394 reads 1 comments

  10. Indians-White Sox: "It Is What It Is"

    Indians Manager Eric Wedge is the king of cliches. Grinding, battling, taking one day at a time, tomorrow is another day, and we're close, are all phrases used by the skipper...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about over 6 years ago 1,165 reads 2 comments

  11. Jorge Julio Designated for Assignment—Indians Fans Rejoice

    Anthony Castrovince of indians.com is reporting that Jorge Julio will be designated for assignment tomorrow when Jake Westbrook is activated from the disabled list...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about over 6 years ago 312 reads 1 comments

  12. Cleveland Indians: Immediate Action Necessary

    I will not be doing a recap of the series with the Rangers, because who really wants to discuss anything about this lifeless team anyways. The Indians are a bad baseball team, in need of some help...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about over 6 years ago 281 reads 1 comments

  13. Fausto Carmona to the Disabled List

    A whole bunch of roster moves were made Saturday, as apparently Fausto Carmona's hip hurt him enough for the Indians to place him on the 15-day DL. Also, the Tribe sent down Jensen Lewis in a move to help locate his velocity...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about over 6 years ago 220 reads 1 comments

  14. Cleveland Indians: That's All We Got, Two Goddamn Hits?

    The Chicago White Sox beat the Cleveland Indians last night 3-1, sweeping the three game series. The Tribe collected two hits. That's right, two freakin' hits, one of which was a bunt single...

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  15. Cleveland Indians: If I Were General Manager For A Day

    Just when you think things can't get any worse, they are. The Indians 7-2 loss to the first-place White Sox was their fifth in a row, slipping two games under .500...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about over 6 years ago 547 reads 5 comments

  16. Scott Kazmir, Troy Percival Take in the Rays: Why Tampa Bay Is Now a Contender

    The exorcism of the Tampa Bay baseball franchise seems to be complete. After jettisoning Elijah Dukes, Delmon Young and their surname Devil over the past year, the Rays now stand 8 games over ...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about over 6 years ago 452 reads 2 comments

  17. Cleveland Indians: No Excuses For Offensive Woes

    Cleveland Manager Eric Wedge continues to watch dreadful offensive baseball. The Indians lost today 4-1 in a game typical of the entire season. They banged out a whopping four hits, three of the infield variety, while walking zero times...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about over 6 years ago 455 reads 5 comments

  18. C.C. Sabathia: See See Ya?

    Being a fan can be an excruciating experience. You watch a player grow up on your favorite team, mature into a superstar, and then worry whether or not the front office will be able to keep him well into his thirties...

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  19. Cleveland-Chicago: Tribe Drops Fourth in a Row

    Manager Eric Wedge continues to watch dreadful baseball, at least when his team is at bat. The Indians lost today 4-1, in a game typical of the entire season. They banged out a whopping four hits, three of the infield variety, while walking zero times...

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  20. C.C. Sabathia and Free Agency Considerations for Cleveland Indians

    Being a fan can be an excruciating experience. You watch a player grow up on your favorite team, mature into a superstar, and then worry that the front office won't be able to keep him well into his thirties...

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  21. Kevin Seitzer: Tales from the Teepee

    The year was 1996, and the Indians were desperate for a veteran bat after they traded Eddie Murray back to Baltimore. August 31 was the last day to add a player to the post season roster, and John Hart felt he needed a spark to the lineup...

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  22. Wes Hodges: Cleveland Indians Farm Report

    With the Cleveland Indians' offensive woes continuing, we decided to take a look at what players may be able to help out in minors...

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  23. Tribe adds pitcher to 40 Man Roster, Oneli Perez

    The Cleveland Indians claimed relief pitcher Oneli Perez off of waivers from the Chicago White Sox. In 14 appearances at Triple A Charlotte, the 25 year old Perez went o-1 with a 9...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about over 6 years ago 157 reads 0 comments

  24. Indians-Reds Series: Cleveland Gunned Down in the Queen City

    Just when you think your team is on a roll, disaster strikes. Sunday was a crappy day in Cleveland sports, as the Cleveland LeBrons were beaten in seven games by the geriatric Celtics...

    Chris Kreitzer Written by Chris Kreitzer about over 6 years ago 181 reads 0 comments