November 27, 2014

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Indians 4, Tigers 0: Tribe blanks Tigers in opening game

The Indians shut out the Tigers, 4-0, in the first game of a doubleheader Wednesday at Progressive Field. Mitch Talbot got the win for Cleveland, allowing just five hits over seven innings. The Indians’ offense was powered by a pair of two-run home runs from Travis Hafner and Shin-Soo Choo.

Indians 6, Tigers 3: Tribe blasts Galarraga

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CLEVELAND — Detroit’s Armando Galarraga was in pursuit of another his­torical pitching achievement against the Indians, only this time Cleveland didn’t need the benefit of an umpire’s blown call to ruin the bid. Galarraga, who was denied a perfect game in June when Jim Joyce mistakenly called Jason Donald safe at first base, took a Read More…

Tribe notes: Season ends early for Gomez, Donald

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CLEVELAND — The Indians entered Monday with six more games left on the schedule, but the season is over for two of their players — start­ing pitcher Jeanmar Gomez and sec­ond baseman Jason Donald. Gomez has officially been shut down after reaching his innings limit, while Donald is expected to follow suit, still feeling the Read More…

Indians 6, Tigers 3: Tribe powers to win

CLEVELAND – Detroit’s Armando Galarraga was in pursuit of another historical pitching achievement against the Indians, only this time Cleveland didn’t need the benefit of an umpire’s blown call to ruin the bid. Galarraga, who was denied of a perfect game in June when Jim Joyce mistakenly called Jason Donald safe at first base, took Read More…

Indians 6, Tigers 3: Tribe powers to win

The Indians hit three home runs in a five-run fifth inning that propelled them to a 6-3 victory Monday in the series opener against Detroit at Progressive Field. Matt LaPorta, Luke Carlin and Travis Hafner all homered in the fifth, Hafner’s a three-run shot that put Cleveland in front 5-2. Carlos Carrasco got the win for Read More…

Indians notes from Monday: Gomez, Donald done for the season

CLEVELAND – The Indians entered Monday with six more games left on the schedule, but the season is over for two of their players – starting pitcher Jeanmar Gomez and second baseman Jason Donald. Gomez has officially been shut down after reaching his innings limitation, while Donald is expected to follow suit, still feeling the Read More…

Indians 5, Royals 3: One good inning enough

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CLEVELAND — As manager Manny Acta put it, his Indians were pretty much asleep through the first seven innings at Progressive Field on Sunday. They woke up in the eighth. Scoring all of their runs in the eighth inning, the Indians came from behind to beat the Royals 5-3 in the finale of a four-game Read More…

Indians 5, Royals 3: Big fifth inning lifts Tribe

CLEVELAND – As manager Manny Acta put it, his Indians were pretty much asleep through the first seven innings at Progressive Field on Sunday. They woke up in the eighth. Scoring all of their runs in the eighth inning, the Indians came from behind to beat the Royals, 5-3, in the finale of a four-game Read More…

Indians notes from Sunday: Duncan playing his way into picture

CLEVELAND – Shelley Duncan wasn’t on the Indians’ radar to start the season, beginning the year as a veteran at Triple-A Columbus on a minor league contract. He is now. During his time with the Indians, Duncan has shown a knack for delivering big hits, providing more proof Sunday with a three-run home run that Read More…

Indians 5, Royals 3: Big fifth inning carries Tribe

The Indians scored all of their runs in an eighth-inning uprising that lifted them to a 5-3 victory over the Royals in the series finale Sunday at Progressive Field. Cleveland had just four hits through seven innings, scoring five times in the fifth, sparked by Shelley Duncan’s three-run home run. The win left the Indians Read More…