May 24, 2016

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A’s 7, Indians 0: Tribe looks beat after marathon the night before

CLEVELAND — The Oakland A’s must know how to party better than the Indians. In a Thursday afternoon affair at Progressive Field, it was Cleveland that looked hungover from a 16-inning marathon the night before, failing to hit and failing to field in a 7-0 loss. The game began just over 12 hours after the Read More…

A’s 7, Indians 0: Tribe can’t complete sweep

CLEVELAND — The Oakland A’s must know how to party better than the Indians. In a Thursday afternoon affair at Progressive Field, it was Cleveland that looked hungover from a 16-inning marathon the night before, failing to hit and failing to field in a 7-0 loss. The game began just over 12 hours after the Read More…

Indians notes: Choo on DL to help bullpen

CLEVELAND — Thanks to a depleted bullpen from a 16-inning marathon the night before, the Indians made a flurry of moves prior to their afternoon affair with Oakland on Thursday. On the first day that major league rosters could expand to 40 players, the Indians recalled pitchers Corey Kluber and Nick Hagadone from Triple-A Columbus. Read More…

A’s 7, Indians 0: Tribe can’t complete sweep

The Indians failed to complete the four-game sweep of Oakland, losing 7-0 Thursday afternoon at Progressive Field. Fausto Carmona started for Cleveland and allowed four runs on eight hits over six innings. The Indians managed just five hits on the day, two of them from No. 9 hitter Lou Marson.

Jack Hannahan’s big night saves Indians, who down A’s in 16 innings

CLEVELAND — It was a marathon milestone Wednesday for the Indians. Playing in the 1,400th game in the history of Jacobs/Progressive Field, Cleveland and Oakland needed 16 innings to complete the Indians’ 4-3 victory. In the end, which came a little more than five hours after it began, there was no surprise who the hero Read More…

Tribe notes: Acta: Hafner will make it back this month

CLEVELAND — Indians manager Manny Acta had some surprising news prior to Wednesday’s game against Oakland — designated hitter Travis Hafner will play again before the season is complete. There was strong speculation that Hafner’s year was over after he was placed on the disabled list with a right foot strain and Cleveland traded for Read More…

Indians 4, A’s 3: Hannahan helps Tribe to 16-inning win

CLEVELAND — It was a marathon milestone Wednesday for the Indians. Playing in the 1,400th game in the history of Jacobs/Progressive Field, Cleveland and Oakland needed 16 innings to complete the Indians’ 4-3 victory. In the end, which came a little over five hours after it began, there was no surprise who the hero for Read More…

Indians 4, A’s 3: Hannahan lifts Tribe in 16 innings

A Jack Hannahan RBI single Wednesday night ended a marathon night at Progressive Field with the Indians winning 4-3 in 16 innings. Hannahan, who has been Cleveland’s hottest hitter as of late, also hit a pair of home runs in the game. The Indians won for the fifth time in six games to remain 5 Read More…

Indians notes: Hafner will return

CLEVELAND — Indians manager Manny Acta had some surprising news prior to Wednesday’s game against Oakland — designated hitter Travis Hafner will play again before the season is complete. There was strong speculation that Hafner’s year was over after he was placed on the disabled list with a right foot strain and Cleveland traded for Read More…

Indians 6, A’s 2: Offense backs Gomez

CLEVELAND — The Indians got another quality pitching performance Tuesday night at Progressive Field. And this time they even mixed in some offense. Another strong effort from Cleveland’s pitching staff was backed by rare run support, with the Indians using the combination to turn back Oakland 6-2 for their fourth win in five games. Injuries Read More…