August 29, 2015

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Carrasco, Indians upend Yankees

NEW YORK — Watching on the clubhouse TV at Yankee Stadium while Cleveland’s lead kept dwindling, Carlos Carrasco insisted he was totally confident. “I thought we were OK,” he said. “I never think negatively.” Carrasco struck out 11, Carlos Santana homered and the Indians stopped the New York Yankees once again, beating the AL East Read More…

Red Sox 6, Indians 4: Boston hits four homers off Kluber

BOSTON — Corey Kluber felt like he was a victim of the Green Monster. Kluber gave up four home runs — one by Jackie Bradley Jr. and one by Travis Shaw that barely cleared the Monster — and the Red Sox beat the Indians 6-4 Monday night. “I mean they hit two popups that accounted Read More…

The Morning Hit–8/19/15

Welcome back to The Morning Hit, where we talk about what people are talking about online. The web has become the digital equivalent of the office water cooler, and its becoming more necessary by the day to stay in the loop. With that being said, let’s hit it. Back to school. Today, as your Facebook Read More…

Red Sox 9, Indians 1: Trevor Bauer’s struggles continue

BOSTON — Trevor Bauer’s recent struggles continued Tuesday night at Fenway Park. The Cleveland right-hander allowed five runs and six hits in 1 2⁄3 innings and the Boston Red Sox collected 16 hits against five pitchers in a 9-1 win. In Bauer’s previous start, on Thursday, he allowed six runs in 3 1⁄3 innings against the New Read More…

Danny Salazar pitching smarter, leads Indians past Red Sox

BOSTON — Danny Salazar had a simple explanation for why he’s on a strong run. He’s stopped trying to overpower hitters. Now, he knows how to pitch. Salazar pitched seven strong innings to cool off Boston’s hot bats, and Lonnie Chisenhall had a solo homer and three RBIs to carry the Cleveland Indians past the Read More…

Ingraham: Only in Cleveland, times three

Now, where were we? Let’s see, since we last met, the Indians, picked by Sports Illustrated to win the World Series, have given up. The Browns have begun their preseason season, which in these parts is known as the lull before the lull. And LeBron James, star of stage and screen, pick and pop and Read More…

Offense missing again as Indians fall to Twins

MINNEAPOLIS — One small slip in mechanics was enough to foil another strong start for Carlos Carrasco and the Cleveland Indians. Carrasco and Cleveland couldn’t overcome a two-run single by Kurt Suzuki in the second inning Sunday and lost 4-1 to the Minnesota Twins. Trevor Plouffe hit his 17th home run and Tommy Milone (6-3) Read More…

Josh Tomlin has solid, six-plus-inning outing in return to mound, but Indians can’t find any offense, lose 4-1 to Twins

MINNEAPOLIS — Josh Tomlin had tired of pitching at the Cleveland Indians’ training complex in Arizona while rehabbing serious arm injuries in two of the past three years. A major league mound in Minnesota felt like a better fit for Tomlin as he made his return Saturday. Tomlin threw 6⅓ innings in his first big Read More…

Kluber shines as Indians win 6-1 over Twins

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MINNEAPOLIS — After nearly throwing a no-hitter in his last outing against the Minnesota Twins, Corey Kluber wasn’t going to change his approach in facing them again five days later. Kluber flirted with a no-hitter for the second consecutive outing against Minnesota and finished off his second straight complete game with just one hit allowed Read More…

Yankees 8, Indians 6: Tribe can’t overcome poor outing from Bauer

CLEVELAND — Trevor Bauer put the Indians in a hole they couldn’t dig out of Thursday night. Allowing a pair of home runs over the first two innings, the right-hander paved the way for the Yankees to avoid the three-game sweep via an 8-6 win over the Indians in front of 23,076 fans at Progressive Read More…