7/26/2015 | Struggling Tribe calls for change in attitude
Following the conclusion of a 2-1 loss on Sunday that completed a brutal four-game series in which the Indians were swept at home by the White Sox and outscored, 26-5, the club held a lengthy team meeting.
7/26/2015 | Volquez, Royals to open set against Anderson, Tribe
Royals right-hander Edinson Volquez will square off against Indians righty Cody Anderson when the American League Central rivals open a three-game series on Monday at Progressive Field.
7/25/2015 | Bullpen success a false indicator for Carrasco
It was like they knew what was coming. The first four White Sox batters Carlos Carrasco saw in Saturday's 10-3 loss singled. Three more reached base on batted balls in the inning. When it was all said and done, the 28-year-old righty walked off the mound to a 5-0 deficit before his team had a chance to bat.
7/25/2015 | White Sox seek 4-game road sweep of struggling Indians
Rookie Carlos Rodon takes the mound Sunday afternoon trying to lead the South Siders to a four-game weekend sweep of the host Indians and right-hander Danny Salazar.
7/25/2015 | White Sox Sale past Indians after 5-run first
The White Sox continued their strong play, defeating the Indians by more than six runs in a third consecutive game with a 10-3 victory at Progressive Field on Saturday night.
7/25/2015 | Doby statue embodies spirit of pioneer
Larry Doby was never booed in Cleveland. Pitchers threw at his head. Some teammates refused to play catch with him. Visiting fans yelled racial slurs from the stands. But in Cleveland, he was welcomed with open arms.
7/25/2015 | Sale, Carrasco match up at Progressive Field
White Sox left-hander Chris Sale will face off against Indians righty Carlos Carrasco on Saturday night in a showdown between two of the game's most exciting young pitchers.
7/24/2015 | Kluber left with little to show for solid outing
As Corey Kluber walked off the field to end his outing Friday night, a crowd of 26,553 rose to its feet and cheered the reigning Cy Young Award winner.
7/24/2015 | Indians not motivated to deal starting rotation
One of the reasons the Indians still believe they can climb back into contention this season is the strength of their starting pitching. The rotation's foundation is also the reason Cleveland feels it can compete for the postseason for the next several years.
7/24/2015 | Tribe calls up Aguilar to give lineup some pop
The Indians added some right-handed power to the order on Friday, calling up first baseman Jesus Aguilar from Triple-A Columbus. The move offers manager Terry Francona a handful of options for his offense.
7/23/2015 | Bauer looking for answers after tough start
Trevor Bauer had a dictionary on hand following Thursday's 8-1 series-opening loss to the White Sox. "The definition of insanity is you try the same thing over and over and expect different result," Bauer said. "I'm not insane, so clearly there's some adjustments to be made."
7/23/2015 | Hagadone out 6-9 months following surgery
Nick Hagadone underwent surgery to stabilize a fractured medial epicondyle bone in his left elbow on Thursday, ending his season.
7/23/2015 | Strike-throwing Anderson not missing bats
Cody Anderson is big, at 6-foot-4, and throws hard, with a fastball that clocks in close to 94 mph on average. Yet, in a league currently dominated by hard-throwing strikeout pitchers, Anderson hasn't missed many bats, striking out just 12 batters in 33 innings.
7/23/2015 | Indians have no intention of trading Aviles
The Indians have been extremely supportive and accommodating when has come to Mike Aviles' family situation this season. With his young daughter fighting leukemia, and receiving treatment from the Cleveland Clinic, the club plans on continuing that approach through the upcoming non-waiver Trade Deadline.
7/23/2015 | Quintana looks to outduel Indians' ace Kluber
Indians right-hander Corey Kluber (5-10, 3.38 ERA) will face off against White Sox lefty Jose Quintana (4-9, 3.83 ERA) on Friday in the second game of a four-game set in Cleveland.
7/23/2015 | White Sox crack four homers to rout Tribe
If Jeff Samardzija pitched his final game with the White Sox on Thursday night, the right-hander went out on a high note. Facing swirling trade rumors, Samardzija handcuffed Cleveland over eight innings, guiding Chicago to an 8-1 win at Progressive Field.
7/23/2015 | Statue another long-deserved tribute to Doby
Eighty-one days separated the Major League debuts of Jackie Robinson and Larry Doby. But the difference in our collective appreciation for what those two great men meant for the game -- and the nation -- is incalculable.
7/23/2015 | Frazier among 10 top prospect performers Wednesday
Indians No. 2 prospect Clint Frazier and No. 27 prospect Nellie Rodriguez put on a home run derby early in Class A Advanced Lynchburg's 10-4 win over Myrtle Beach.
7/22/2015 | Familiar matchup sets tone for Sox-Tribe opener
The White Sox and Indians starter Trevor Bauer have become quite familiar with each other this season. That's because in Bauer's 18 starts, three have come against Chicago -- more than any other team he's faced. They'll see each other once more when the White Sox travel to Cleveland for the start of a four-game series between American League Central opponents Thursday.
7/22/2015 | Recharged Brantley delivering for Tribe
Do not expect to find any sawdust on Michael Brantley's batting gloves. When runners are in scoring position, the Indians' smooth-swinging outfielder does not grip the bat handle too tight. On Wednesday, Brantley put his poise on display in a 7-5 victory over the Brewers at Miller Park.
7/22/2015 | Indians receive additional pick for 2016 Draft
The Indians were rewarded with an additional pick in the 2016 Draft thanks to the fourth annual Competitive Balance Lottery.
7/22/2015 | Indians rally to halt Brewers' win streak
Onetime Brewers prospect Michael Brantley burned his former team for four hits and four RBIs in leading the Indians to a 7-5 win at Miller Park on Wednesday and a split of this two-game Interleague series.
7/22/2015 | Francona working to pull Bourn out of slump
Indians manager Terry Francona believes he has two primary responsibilities: doing everything in his power to rack up wins and to put his players in a position to have success. The latest slump involving center fielder Michael Bourn has complicated both fronts for his manager.
7/22/2015 | Salazar gives switch-hitting a try to protect arm
Indians manager Terry Francona likes versatility in his lineup. With an affinity for switch-hitters, maybe it should come as no surprise that pitcher Danny Salazar tried his hand batting from both sides of the plate during Tuesday's Interleague tilt against the Brewers.
7/22/2015 | Struggles with runners on base continue for Tribe
Michael Bourn felt it was an opportune time to be aggressive. The Indians' center fielder received a first-pitch fastball from Brewers right-hander Matt Garza, creating a chance with runners on the corners to pull Tuesday's game into a tie in the second inning.
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