May 4, 2016

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Tribe notes: Tomlin says injury ‘nothing serious’

CLEVELAND – Indians pitcher Josh Tomlin believes his first trip to the disabled list will be a short one. The right-hander was put on the shelf Friday with right elbow soreness, retroactive to Aug. 25, but says he has no concerns about missing the rest of the season. “I feel like having two weeks off Read More…

Thrilling night: Thome’s return inspires Indians’ comeback win over the Royals

CLEVELAND – Jim Thome went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts, but he was still the story of the game Friday night at Progressive Field. A sellout crowd – fourth of the season – in attendance to see Thome’s first game back in Cleveland appeared to breathe life into the reeling Indians, who rode the wave of Read More…

Fans show Thome they still love him

CLEVELAND – It was a Thomecoming at Progressive Field on Friday night. Jim Thome, the Indians’ all-time leading home run hitter was back in a Cleveland uniform and batting cleanup. The seats were packed and the crowd cheered Thome like they did when he starred for six Central Division championship teams from 1991-2002. It was Read More…

Tribe notes: Brantley, Tomlin go on disabled list

CLEVELAND – The hits just keep coming for the Indians, and not the ones they’d like to see. Cleveland added two more to its mounting list of disabled players Friday, placing starting pitcher Josh Tomlin (right elbow soreness) and outfielder Michael Brantley (right wrist inflammation) on the injured list. Those additions bring the total to Read More…

Indians 2, Royals 1: Tribe wins with Thome back

CLEVELAND — Jim Thome went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts, but he was still the story of the game Friday night at Progressive Field. A sellout crowd — fourth of the season — in attendance to see Thome’s first game back in Cleveland appeared to breathe life into the reeling Indians, who rode the wave of Read More…

Indians 2, Royals 1: Tribe wins in Thome’s return

The Indians opened a three-game series against the Royals with a 2-1 victory at Progressive Field on Friday night. Cleveland scored the game-winning run on a walk with the bases loaded to Ezequiel Carrera. Jim Thome made his first appearance since being acquired by the Indians in a trade, going 0-for-4 with two strikeouts

Indians: Thome back where it started

CLEVELAND — It was a Thomecoming at Progressive Field on Friday night. Jim Thome, the Indians’ all-time leading home run hitter was back in a Cleveland uniform and batting cleanup. The seats were filled more than usual and the crowd cheered Thome like they did when he starred for six Central Division championship teams from Read More…

Indians bring back Thome

CLEVELAND – Jim Thome will be back in an Indians uniform tonight. With reports circulating for much of Thursday, Indians officials finally confirmed that the club had reached a deal with the Twins to bring Thome, the team’s all-time home run hitter, back to Cleveland. He was acquired for a player to be named. Reports Read More…

Mariners 9, Indians 2: Seattle swamps Tribe

CLEVELAND — The Seattle Mariners are the lowest-scoring and worst-hitting ballclub in the American League. Against the Indians, though, they look like the most explosive team on the planet. Journeyman slugger Wily Mo Pena knocked in four runs and rookie third baseman Kyle Seager had three doubles Wednesday afternoon, powering the Mariners to a 9-2 Read More…

Indians 7-5, Mariners 5-12: Tribe earns sour split

CLEVELAND — An earthquake shook the upper levels at Progressive Field on Tuesday, but the Indians stood still. Despite winning the first game of a doubleheader against the Mariners in dramatic fashion, 7-5, the Indians wound up breaking even on the day, dropping the nightcap, 12-7. “It was a long day just to get a Read More…