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BREAKING: Indians Activate Francisco Lindor and DFA Hanley Ramirez
After missing the start of the 2019 season with calf and ankle injuries, Francisco Lindor is making his return to the diamond. The Cleveland Indians have activated the star shortstop from the injured list on Saturday. To make room on the active roster, veteran slugger Hanley Ramirez has been design
Indians Look to Bounce Back After Blowing Four-Run Lead, Battle the Braves on Sunday Night Baseball
CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland Indians will face the Atlanta Braves in front a national audience, as the two teams will play on Sunday Night Baseball on ESPN. The Indians come into Sunday’s game with a record 12-8 on the season. The Braves are 10-10 on the season. They split a traditional double-he
What to know about the Cleveland Indians
CLEVELAND — The Braves open their series in Cleveland with a Saturday doubleheader following Friday’s rainout. Here’s what to know about the Indians: — 1. This is only the Braves’ second trip to Cleveland, surprisingly. They took two of three from the Indians in June 2017. John Smoltz was the last B
Donaldson homers twice, Braves rout Indians 11-5
CLEVELAND -- Josh Donaldson had two homers and four RBI, Freddie Freeman added three hits and the Atlanta Braves pounded Cleveland's pitching for the second straight night, beating the Indians 11-5 Sunday.
Indians Chop Down the Braves 8-4 in Game One of Doubleheader as Offense Scores Six Runs in the Fifth
CLEVELAND – The Indians offense has waited all year to put up a big inning, and finally on Saturday against the Atlanta Braves, the most unlikely players came through to make it happen.
Atlanta Bats Stay Hot as Indians Lose the Series Rubber Match 11-5
(Photo by Ron Schwane/Getty Images) CLEVELAND, OH -- Shane Bieber, who has gotten off to a stellar start to his season, got jumped on early and often in tonight's Easter matchup. Josh Donaldson, also known as "The Bringer of Rain" made an instant impact. "The Bringer of Rain" got the Braves on the b
Cleveland Indians: 3 biggest early-season of 2019 season
The Cleveland Indians are surprisingly in first place despite fielding a dreadful lineup, and these three players are a big reason why. The Cleveland Indians entered Easter weekend in first place with a mark of 11-7. That alone is a surprise considering the lineups Terry Francona has been drawing up
Indians and Braves to Play a Pair at Progressive Field, the Tribe Lineup for Game One
The Indians and Braves couldn’t get a break from Mother Nature on Friday to play the first game of their three-game set, forcing the two teams to play a pair today at Progressive Field.
Indians, Braves Team Name Controversies Get the Spotlight as Atlanta Pays a Rare Visit to Cleveland
When the Atlanta Braves visit the Cleveland Indians this weekend for the first time in 12 years, the teams will be renewing an infrequent rivalry that goes beyond just the game of baseball.
VIDEO: Francisco Lindor Homers in Rehab Game As He Nears Return to Indians
Well, that didn't take long. In his first rehab game for the Columbus Clippers, Francisco Lindor hit an absolute bomb. Lindor, who is rehabbing from a right calf injury, has yet to play a game for the Indians this season.
Carrasco K's 12, Indians sweep Mariners with 1-0 win
SEATTLE -- Carlos Carrasco rebounded from one of his worst starts with 12 strikeouts, Jake Bauers hit a solo homer and the Cleveland Indians beat the Seattle Mariners 1-0 Wednesday to complete a three-game sweep.
Cleveland Indians: Talkin’ Carlos Santana, Jose Ramirez, rise of bullpen – Terry Pluto
What does Jose Ramirez need to do to get out of his massive slump? Follow the lead of Carlos Santana. At 33, Santana has transformed himself as a hitter. After years of becoming frustrated hammering balls right into the over-loaded infield shifts, Santana has become a more disciplined batter. Enteri
Brad Miller Has Damning Assessment of Indians After Surprising DFA
Veteran infielder Brad Miller signed a one-year, $1 million deal with the Cleveland Indians at the end of Spring Training. His stint with the team didn't last long, as he was designated for assignment following Sunday's game.
Acuï¿½a's late double rallies Braves, who split with Indians
CLEVELAND -- Ronald Acuna Jr.'s two-run double highlighted Atlanta's five-run rally in the ninth inning as the Braves stormed back to beat the Cleveland Indians 7-6 in the second game of a doubleheader Saturday night and gain a split.
Baseball is really dumb sometimes
Earlier today, the Tribe took game 1 of a doubleheader against the Braves by a score of 8-4. They were able to do that thanks to a 6-run outburst in the fifth inning. Game 2 saw a similar event when the Tribe scored five in one inning against Atlanta. Only this time, the Indians were already leading
Indians Friday Matchup with the Braves Rained Out, Doubleheader on Saturday
A day after it reached close to 80 degrees in Cleveland, Friday was another story, and Mother Nature had other plans for Good Friday, with rain and cold temps the Indians have called Friday night’s game against the Atlanta Braves.
Cleveland Indians prospect Will Benson has four homer game
Cleveland Indians minor league outfielder Will Benso had a game to remember on Thursday. Over the course of major league history, 18 players have hit four home runs in a game. It is a rare occurrence, even in these days where the ball is flying out of the stadium at record levels. In comparison, the
MLB suspends Royals pitcher, 2 others...Braves at Indians postponed...Yzerman named Red Wings GM
NEW YORK (AP) - Kansas City Royals pitcher Brad Keller has been suspended for five games by Major League Baseball, which concluded he intentionally threw a pitch that hit Tim Anderson of the Chicago White Sox this week. Anderson was suspended one game for his actions after benches cleared, and Chica
Indians 1B Carlos Santana Officially Becomes a U.S. Citizen
It’s a big day for Indians first baseman Carlos Santana, as the Tribe mainstay officially is now a U.S. citizen. Santana took the “Oath of Allegiance” Friday morning in Downtown Cleveland at the federal court building, making the process official.
Sportview: What? Pirates, Indians leading their divisions?
As we wade our way through baseball season – and I do mean “wade” because of all the rain – we are seeing the Indians and Pirates riding their pitching to leads in their divisions as of Saturday.