June 24, 2016

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Indians notes: Injuries follow Tribe to the end

CLEVELAND — Injuries will mark the Indians’ season from start to finish. General manager Chris Antonetti told reporters Sunday that center fielder Grady Sizemore would be shut down for the remainder of the year a day after outfielder Trevor Crowe met the same fate. Sizemore, who had not played since Thursday, is experiencing soreness in Read More…

Twins 6, Indians 4 (10): Tribe drops home finale

The Indians dropped their finale at Progressive Field on Sunday, losing 6-4 to the Twins in 10 innings. Tony Sipp allowed a pair of runs in the 10th.

Young pitchers come up big as Indians sweep Twins

CLEVELAND – The Indians’ youth movement again paid dividends Saturday in their day/night doubleheader with the Minnesota Twins. In the opener, right-handed reliever Zach Putnam earned his first major league victory as the Tribe poured it on late for an 8-2 win. The second game saw fellow rookie Nick Hagadone accomplish the same feat when Read More…

Magical night, finish: Thome homers, Santana hits walk-off blast as Indians down Twins

CLEVELAND – Jim Thome is discovering he means even more to Cleveland than he realized. Stunned by the Indians’ pregame announcement of a plan to erect a statue at Progessive Field to honor their greatest slugger, Thome gave Cleveland fans one more memory. So did Carlos Santana, whose pinch-hit homer leading off the bottom of Read More…

Thome enjoys his big night, but not sure what future holds

CLEVELAND – All the memories, some fresh and some forgotten, have been chasing Jim Thome around this season – maybe his final season. And as it nears the end, Thome knows his career may be ending, too. “You can’t play forever,” he said. On Friday night, Thome experienced another emotional moment in a season overflowing Read More…

Indians 11, White Sox 2: Tribe bashes Sox

CLEVELAND — There figures to be one spot available in the Indians’ rotation next year, and one of the candidates, right-hander Jeanmar Gomez, is doing his best to make a lasting impression. Gomez continued his string of brilliant starts Thursday at Progressive Field, helping Cleveland to a lopsided 11-2 victory over the White Sox that Read More…

Indians notes: One spot open in 2012 rotation

CLEVELAND — According to manager Manny Acta, there is only one spot available in the Indians’ rotation next year. Acta said right-handers Justin Masterson, Ubaldo Jimenez, Josh Tomlin, and even Fausto Carmona have starting spots locked up for 2012, which means right-handers, Carlos Carrasco, Jeanmar Gomez and Mitch Talbot, and left-hander David Huff, will vie Read More…

White Sox 8, Indians 4: Ubaldo Jimenez done in by Chicago’s big inning

CLEVELAND — Ubaldo Jimenez’s final home start of the season looked like most of his other games with the Indians. The right-handed flamethrower was overpowering at times, but couldn’t avoid one bad inning. Alejandro De Aza ripped a go-ahead, two-run single in the top of the seventh Wednesday, propelling the Chicago White Sox to an Read More…

Tribe splits doubleheader against White Sox

CLEVELAND — The battle for second place in the Central Division remained at a standstill Tuesday at Progressive Field. With only runner-up status to play for the rest of the regular season, the Indians and White Sox broke even in a day-night doubleheader, Cleveland snapping a five-game home losing skid with a 4-3 win in Read More…

Indians 4-4, White Sox 4-5: Tribe splits doubleheader

CLEVELAND — The battle for second place in the Central Division remained at a standstill Tuesday at Progressive Field. With only runner-up status to play for the rest of the regular season, the Indians and White Sox broke even in a day-night doubleheader, Cleveland snapping a five-game home losing skid with a 4-3 win in Read More…