1. Detroit Bests Cleveland 8-5.

    Jim Leyland decided to give his Detroit Tiger Squad a day off from hitting, and they responded by pounding the cover off the ball in an 8-5 win over the Cleveland Indians...

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  2. Indians Shutout the Tigers 5-0

    It was a more than nice opening to the series against the Detroit Tigers. The 5-0 victory was one of the better games of the season for the Indians. Paul Byrd was sharp until the last out in the eighth, surrendering only four hits...

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  3. Can Grady Sizemore Win the Home Run Derby?

    Eight hitters take the field tonight in New York for the 23rd Major League Baseball Home Run Derby. For the American League, Tampa Bay Rays' Evan Longoria, Minnesota Twins' Justin ...

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  4. MLB: Cleveland Indians Complete the Sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays

    Four days ago, the Indians were mired in a ten-game slump and were two losses away from tying the longest losing streak in Indians history. Now, they head into the All Star break on a four-game winning streak after sweeping the Tampa Bay Rays...

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  5. Cleveland Indians Win Three in a Row!!

    The Cleveland Indians won their third in a row, by an 8-4 margin. Grady Sizemore hit his league-leading 23rd home run of the season...

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  6. Tribe take two from Struggling Tampa : Lee wins 12th.

    One night after the offense broke out of a 10-game losing streak, the Indians won again 5-0. Cliff Lee pitched six innings, scattering five hits and not allowing a run in his last outing prior to the All-Star break...

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  7. Tigers-Indians: Miguel Cabrera Hits Walk-Off Home Run

    Whoever forgot to pay homage to the Baseball Gods, PLEASE head to the altar now! The Indians, leading 6-1 after six, lost in the bottom of the ninth, 8-6, on a walk-off home run by Miguel Cabrera...

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  8. Cleveland - Detroit : 9-2 Tigers

    Too bad there is no such thing as a one inning rainout. The Indians staked themselves to a 2-0 lead in the first and lost 9-2. Jhonny Peralta hit a home run after a Casey Blake double, and Cleveland had two hits in the first inning...

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  9. The B/R Under-Utilized Pick of the Day Button

    After reading through a Nino Colla article about the recent All Star picks, pondering over the Andrew Kneeland article discussing the merits of the Minnesota Twins versus the Chicago White Sox, ...

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  10. Indians lose Eighth in a Row.

    Cliff Lee is now the unquestionable Indians Ace. C.C. Sabathia was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers pending paperwork for AA left-fielder Matt Laporta and a pair of others not yet named, and Lee earned his second loss of the season...

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  11. Indians - Twins : 12-3 Minnesota.

    In another sub-par performance, the Indians went down meekly to the Minnesota Twins 12-3 behind another bad outing by Paul Byrd. Independence day had a lot of meaning for Tribe fans...

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  12. White Sox: Seven in a Row

    Twenty innings of baseball in two days and two losses to show for it. For the second time in as many nights, the Indians lost by one run in the tenth. One word sums up this series as well as the season : frustrating...

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  13. 20 Innings of Baseball and Nothing to Show for It.

    20 innings of baseball in two days and two losses to show for it. For the second time in as many nights, the Indians lost by one run in the 10th. One word sums up this series, as well as the season: Frustrating...

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  14. Indians-White Sox : 3-2 Sox in a Wild 10th.

    Now even Cliff Lee can’t stop the madness. The Indians ace went toe-to-toe with John Danks, both pitching through eight innings and giving up a run apiece in no-decisions...

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  15. Indians-White Sox: Peralta's Five-for-Five Not Enough, Cleveland Loses 9-7

    The Indians and Tom Petty have something in common: They are both free falling. After losing their third game in a row, and the first of a three-game set in Chicago, Cleveland is in real trouble...

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  16. Gladiators pull off a Nail-Biter 69-66 over Predators

    The Cleveland Gladiators came to Cleveland with high hopes. After a home playoff victory over the Orlando Predators, they head to Georgia with the same high hopes...

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  17. Cliff Lee Earns 11th Win as Cleveland Indians Beat San Francisco Giants

    11 was the number of the day. Cliff Lee struck out 11 Giants and joined Joe Saunders and Brandon Webb as the league leaders in wins with 11. He paced Cleveland to a 4-1 win, avoiding the series sweep against the San Francisco Giants...

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  18. Giants-Indians: Cleveland Falls to Last Place with 4-1 Loss

    The weather wasn’t the only gloomy thing in Cleveland on Wednesday. The Indians will have to rely on Cliff Lee Thursday evening to keep them from being swept in their own ballpark after a second straight loss to the San Francisco Giants...

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  19. Indians-Giants: Welcome Home Omar Vizquel

    Thanks for coming back Omar. Thanks a lot. It was great seeing you. Well, kind of. The Indians lost 3-2 Tuesday, and it was at the hands of ex-Indian Omar Vizquel...

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  20. Paul Byrd Is Stuck on a Buck

    Typically, hitting a milestone is something that is tough. Paul Byrd has a different issue. He can’t get off the milestone. Since recording his 100th win, Byrd is 0-3...

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  21. Indians-Dodgers: Cleveland Beats Los Angeles 6-4 in 10 Innings

    Up by four in the bottom of the eighth, the Indians gave up two pair in the eighth and ninth, sending the contest into extra frames, but won 6-4...

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  22. Colorado Rockies 6, Cleveland Indians 3: Rocky Mountain Sweep

    The last three days have been like a broken record. Colorado wins, the record skips, Colorado wins, the record skips, and Colorado wins 6-3...

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  23. Open Mic : Redefining the Toughness in Sports

    In the sporting world, physical toughness is usually measured in how much of a pounding you can dish out or take. Some would say hockey players are the roughest and toughest in all the land...

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  24. Indians-Rockies: Cleveland's Offense Sputters, Rockies Win Again

    The legend of Coors Field, and the ability to generate tons of offense in the high altitude is definitely lost on Cleveland and its fans. If Cleveland fans stayed up late last night, it wasn’t to watch the Indians' offense...

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  25. Colorado Rockies 10, Cleveland Indians 2: Lack of Scoring Dooms Tribe

    It will take two games in a row for the Indians to continue their series winning streak. Losing 10-2 opening a three-game set will do that to you...

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