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3/25/15: The Cleveland Indians have some catching up to do in the AL Central. The Detroit Tigers are the prohibitive favorites, and no one can dismiss the Kansas City Royals after they made it to the World Series last season. However, the Indians have quietly amassed a strong roster, led by Cy Young winner Corey Kluber. Unfortunately, they may be without pitcher Gavin Floyd for the season as he is having elbow issues that required surgery. That means 'next man up', which is probably Danny Salazar or T.J. House to take that spot in the rotation, and try to end the streak of non-champions in Cleveland.
3/18/15: Time for a bit of a remembrance for the Cleveland Indians. Former Indians star and executive Al Rosen passed away last week at the age of 91. Rosen broke into the Major Leagues way back in 1947. His career was short, but bright, as injuries forced him to retire at just age 32 in 1956. He spent his entire career with the Indians and was a four-time All-Star and won the AL MVP in 1953. His slash line was an impressive .285/.384/.495. He belted 192 home runs and contributed 717 RBIs. He became a front office executive after retiring from playing and was Executive of the Year in 1987.
3/11/15: The Cleveland Indians found an amazing gem last season when pitcher Corey Kluber came out of nowhere to have a career year and win the AL Cy Young Award. He got his first start of the spring last week and looked solid against the LA Dodgers. Kluber pitched three innings and gave up one run and three hits. He struck out one and issued no free passes. The Indians are obviously hoping he continues last season's dominance, where he finished with an impressive 18-9 record and a 2.44 ERA. Kluber, himself, was not too impressed with his first outing, but it is really not bad for a first time out this year.
2/25/15: Well this is no way to encourage kids to get interested in science. Of course, maybe that is Major League Baseball's plan to get kids out of books and on to baseball fields around the country. Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Trevor Bauer made his own drone aircraft, which is pretty impressive. He flew it over the Indians' spring training facility and took some pictures. Unfortunately, MLB turned into the NSA and quickly instituted a no-fly zone. At least Bauer had a sense of humor about it and tweeted at MLB to have the no-fly rule named in his honor.
2/18/15: The city of Cleveland has gone over half a century without any of its professional sports teams winning a championship. The last was the NFL Championship in 1964 (before the establishment of the Super Bowl) by the Cleveland Browns. The Indians are trying to break this cycle of sadness and are probably not too far away from being a contender in some manner. They finished last season with 85 wins and three gams out of a wild card spot. AS they prepare for spring training, it does not look like they are going to take a flyer on pitcher Barry Zito but may go after free agent outfielder Dayan Viciedo.
1/28/15: The Cleveland Indians are looking to do something that appears rather intelligent on the surface - they want to extend 2014 Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber. Kluber just finished up his second season where he dominated opposing hitters. He is eligible for arbitration for the first time after the 2015 season. The Indians would like to put together a deal that would push back or eliminate his three arbitration-eligible years, and perhaps even go longer term. Signing pitchers to long term deals is dangerous, but Kluber is still very young and has shown he can pitch at the highest levels.
11/19/14: Is Corey Kluber a) The mayor of Cleveland, b) the third, unknown Corey of Feldman/Haim fame, or c) the breakout pitcher for the Cleveland Indians who just won the American League Cy Young Award? One can be forgiven for not knowing the answer was 'c'. Kluber had been good throughout his career, but was sensational in 2014. He posted a 2.44 ERA, a miniscule 1.1 WHIP and recorded 269 strikeouts in almost 236 innings. He joins Gaylord Perry (1972), CC Sabathia (2007) and Cliff Lee (2008) as the only Indians pitchers to win the Cy Young.
10/22/14: The Cleveland Indians were not too far away from making the playoffs this season - just a few more wins and it would have been them instead of the Kansas City Royals who won the last Wild Card spot. The Royals, of course, are now in the playoffs, again proving that the important thing is just getting to the playoffs. The team is optimistic that first baseman Nick Swisher will be able to rehab and bounce back next season. He ended the season on the DL with knee injuries. If he had been 100% all season, then maybe it would be the Indians playing for it all and not the Royals.
10/8/14: Lost in the Cleveland's futile chase to make the playoffs is that Jason Giambi probably played his last game of his career. Giambi played for 20 seasons, but is now 43 and served as a player/coach for the team this past season. He hit only .133 in 26 games, and was injured most of the season. He did have a great quote when asked about retirement, saying that 'maybe somebody's looking for a broken down 44 year old". It seems his day has passed. He did not get the sendoff that Derek Jeter received, but in his prime, was one of the best hitters in the game. Good luck, Jason, where ever your journey takes you next.
10/1/14: Chalk this up to being a good pro: An Indians fan, using Twitter, asked Jason Kipnis for some tickets. And he obliged. It is odd that a player would simply give tickets to a random fan, but it is always a good look for the player and team when that happens. The Indians have had trouble getting fans to the ballpark this season, even though they have a pretty good team and were competitive for a playoff spot down to the very end. The American League Central looks to be a pretty strong division next season, as the Indians, Royals and Tigers all figure to be strong squads once again.
9/24/14: The Indians have waited quite a while for pitcher Carlos Carrasco to come into his own. He was a key piece in the Cliff Lee trade - but that was way back in 2009. Much of the past five years has been spent in triple-A with Columbus. But he is beginning to realize his potential. Last week, he put together the best performance of his career when he pitched a two hit shutout in under 100 pitches. In seven of his last eight starts, he has allowed one run or less and has an ERA under 2.00 since May. That will likely not help Cleveland this season, but shows a lot of promise for 2015.
9/17/14: For those that took Jason Kipnis in their fantasy baseball leagues, this year has been a disappointment after last season's breakout year. Kipnis is hitting under .250 for the season and has only managed six homeruns. He believes that the pressure of a contract extension may have contributed to his poor season. That is actually justifiable. A lack of security can motivate or harm people depending on the person and situation. It can be an added stress that can be detrimental. In any case, the Indians are losing time to make up ground for a playoff spot, and need Kipnis (and others) to turn it around right away.
8/28/14: This tough season continues to trudge on for the Indians. The team placed catcher Yan Gomes on the seven day concussion list late last week after he was clipped in the helmet by a foul tip Gomes has been a bright spot for Cleveland this season. He has a slash line of .284/.386/.477 in addition to 17 home runs and 53 RBIs. Cleveland then traded with the Texas Rangers for Chris Gimenez for some catching depth. Gimenez was designated for assignment by Texas on August 7. He is expected to stay on the Indians' roster until Gomes is cleared to play and reactivated.
8/21/14: The never-ending saga that is center fielder Michael Bourn's hamstrings has a new chapter. The Indians activated Bourn from the disabled list after missing six weeks. But this is nothing new for Bourn. His hamstrings have given him fits and cost him time for the past year. He even had surgery last offseason, but that seems not to have solved the problem. It is particularly worrisome because much of his game is built on speed. It is not any better from Cleveland's side, as they owe him $27.5 million for the next two years, whether he plays or not.
8/14/14: Time is running out for the Cleveland Indians to make a jump in the standings and try to secure a wild card spot this season. But as we enter into mid-August, the Indians are still treading around .500, which will not be good enough for October baseball. To make matters tougher, Cleveland put outfielder David Murphy and utility man Nick Swisher on the 15 day disabled list. Like the team in general, but guys have been a bit of a disappointment this season with struggles and injuries. The Indians recalled Tyler Holt and Zach Walters from the minors so they could fill out the vacant spots in their 25 man roster.
8/7/14: Give the Indians credit, they were able to solve a big (potential) problem last week by trading starting pitcher Justin Masterson to the St. Louis Cardinals for AA outfielder James Ramsey. The Indians denied Masterson's request for an extension before the season started, and the pitcher has been kind of a mess all season. He has battled knee injuries all year and posted an ERA of 5.51 in 19 starts while walking 5.1 batters per nine innings. Cleveland was clearly not going to give an extension, and bolstering their minor league depth certainly helps out in the future.
7/31/14: Justin Masterson may have pitched his last game in Cleveland. He has not pitched since July 7 due to a right knee injury. Masterson is set to be a free agent at the end of the season and has not been great this season. He is sporting a 5.51 ERA over 98 innings (18 starts). According to reports, the Indians are willing to deal Masterson. The Indians are still in the playoff hunt. They are only 3.5 games in the wild card spot, so any willingness to trade a starting rotation pitcher should indicate that the team is finished with him. In return, the team wants young pitching, which may be asking an awful lot.
7/24/14: As much as the Indians may not want to admit it, they may end up being sellers at the trade deadline, if for no other reason than they cannot pass up a great deal. Reports indicate that the San Francisco Giants are targeting the Tribe's Asdrubal Cabrera and Mike Aviles. The Giants need infield help, as Marco Scutaro (second base) has played only one game since getting of the DL two weeks ago. Cabrera is earning $10 million this season and will be a free agent. He is also not producing much, so this could be an excellent deal for the Indians to both get better and cut payroll at the same time.
7/17/14: The Cleveland Indians headed into the All-Star break at 47-47, good enough for third place int the AL Central. They trail the Detroit Tigers by 7.5 games and the Kansas City Royals by only one. The Tigers seem to have a pretty firm grasp on the division, but the introduction of the two wild card team system last season gives the Indians hope for the final 68 games. They are currently 3.5 games out of the second wild card spot, and certainly could catch Seattle, KC, Toronto and hold off the Yankees. Which begs the question of if they will make any significant moves at the trade deadline, which is just two weeks away.
7/10/14: There is always a lot of talk about both the Miami Marlins and Tampa Bay Rays when it comes to low crowd attendance, and rightfully so. But Cleveland is not much better in recent years. When they do get large crowds at home, they seem to shrink away. Since the beginning of the 2012 season, the Indians are 7-12 when playing in front of 30,000 or more at home. That includes a 1-3 record this season. It happened again last Friday on July 4th when the team lost 8-1 to Kansas City in front of a sellout crowd. Perhaps the team was tired after an 11 day road trip. If so, then the team needs the All-Star break next week to rest and regroup.
7/3/14: The Indians were hoping that pitcher Justin Masterson's solid second half of the 2013 season would carry over to this season. He was the opening day starter and pitched seven scoreless innings that day. But he tweaked his knee in his second start and has not been the same. His ERA is near 5.5 and has walked nearly 50 batters in 83 innings. He was scratched from his scheduled start on Sunday while team doctors evaluate him. Masterson is scheduled to be a free agent at the end of this season, but the Indians have been hesitant to sign him to an extension, and this may be the reason why.
6/26/14: The Indians may not get the attention that the surging Royals or the slumping Tigers are getting, but they are in the hunt in the AL Central Division. They are more than just in the hunt, they have a legitimate shot at stealing the crown this season. They just called up setup man Vinnie Pestano from Triple-A ball to bolster the bullpen. Pestano was once an elite setup guy but battled elbow injuries last season and was demoted earlier this year. Now he has a chance to redeem himself in the bigs. If his minor league numbers continue, then the Indians will be a tough team to beat in the late innings.
6/19/14: Fenway Park in Boston has not been kind to the Indians recently, and it did not help that the Red Sox were on a roll at their home park. They had won seven in a row at Fenway, including a 10-3 rout of the Indians on Friday. It looked like it could have been another lost day for the Tribe on Saturday as they trailed in the seventh inning. But that is when Jason Kipnis provided the jolt that Cleveland needed. He had three hits on the day and the Indians rallied to beat Boston 3-2. The AL Central has tightened considerably in the past few weeks and Cleveland has as good of a shot as anyone if they can continue to win the close games.
6/12/14: Reliever John Axford was acquired in the offseason to be the closer for Indians. He had success in that role with previous teams, but spent most of the last couple of years as a set up man. Manager Terry Francona removed him from closing a month ago but says he would like Axford to get the spot back at some point. The demotion has served Axford and the team well, though, as he has a 1.08 ERA with 11 strikeouts and only four walks in just over eight innings. Meanwhile, the other relievers are getting the job done for now, so it may be a little while before Axford gets another shot.
6/6/14: Being in last place generally offers few condolences and such is the case with the Cleveland Indians. There is a bright spot though. Starting pitcher Corey Kluber is turning into a strikeout wizard before our very eyes. Against the high-octane Colorado Rockies, he struck out 12 batters and allowed only two runs on five hits. His ERA is just over 2.00 with and 60 strikeouts in the month of May. That gave him 95 K's to date. To put that in perspective, it is almost 11 strikeouts per nine innings of work. Pretty impressive for the young man.
5/29/14: What a tough road the Indians have had to follow this season. The roster seems depleted of talent and last week's series against the Baltimore Orioles did not help at all either. Going into last Friday's game, the pitching staff had thrown a whopping 476 pitches in 26 innings. They had nothing left. So they called up a starter and reliever from AAA just to manage. That did not help as much as hoped. The Orioles broke Cleveland's four game winning streak. The morale of the story, even when things go right, they still go wrong. It was a tough break for a club that was starting to show signs of life.
5/22/14: Cleveland has the unfortunate task of life in the AL Central. Right now, the Detroit Tigers are running away with the division and are six games up on their nearest rival. However, the other four teams are all within a game and a half of each other, with Cleveland at the bottom. All jokes aside, the Indians' bullpen has been pretty strong (with the exception of closer Jon Axford). But for the Indians to improve this season, they need to be better defensively. The team leads the majors with 37 errors, or about one per game. A little more potency on offense would not hurt either.
5/8/14: Cleveland simply does not need this problem. The team lost second baseman Jason Kipnis to an oblique injury (which seems to be the fashionable injury these days). Considering that this type of injury tends to linger, it is probably best that he takes a few weeks to get healthy and be able to help the team for the remainder of the season. In his place, the Indians have called up prospect Jose Ramirez. Ramirez debut last fall, but did not do particularly well. Perhaps he will have more success in this stint with the big league club.
5/1/14: There is some optimism surrounding the 2014 version of the Cleveland Indians, and rightfully so. First, playing the AL Central has its advantages. Detroit could be a contending team this season, even without Prince Fielder protecting mega-star Miguel Cabrerra. In other words, this is a very winnable division. The Tribe also has some talent on their team. Cleveland must become better with the bat, particularly against quality pitching. That was evident last weekend as the San Francisco Giants swept Cleveland. The bats will wake up, and when they do, the Indians will find themselves still in the hunt for the division.
4/24/14: While the Indians lag behind the rest of the AL Central, they are making moves to improve their roster. To that end, the team announced that 43 year old slugger Jason Giambi has joined the team. Giambi started the season on the disabled list with a broken rib. It looks like that has healed and now he can help out as a designated hitter. Giambi actually earned quite a bit of praise for his veteran leadership in the clubhouse last season. On the other hand, Giambi hit only .183 in 71 games last season, so he is not helping out too much on the offensive side.
4/17/14: The Indians signed outfielder Michael Bourn a year ago because he could fly around the bases and create runs. That has not happened so far, but at least they will get their chance to check him out again now. Cleveland activated Bourn from the disabled list, where he had a hamstring injury, and demoted Nyjer Morgan (Tony Plush from this Brewers days) to triple-A. The Indians have been able to score runs and average almost five per game. Unfortunately, they have not shown that they can stop others from scoring as they have somehow allowed 63 runs in just 13 games.
Justin Masterson pitches six shutout innings and helped lead his Cleveland Indians to a 6-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Monday night in Los Angeles. Masterson allowed just six hits and three walks over the course of his six innings, adding four strikeouts over the course of his 99 pitches. The outing earned him his ninth win of the year thus far and lowered his earned run average to 4.50. Offensively for Cleveland, Brent Lillibridge added his second home run of the season, a solo shot in the fourth inning off Angels starter CJ Wilson. Asdrubal Cabrera, Jason Kipnis, Lou Marson and Jason Donald all also drove in runs in the winning effort.
Despite a solid start from Corey Cluber, the Cleveland Indians could not pull out a victory as they lost a close 7-5 ball game to the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday night. Kluber lasted six innings, allowing three earned runs on six hits and three walks. He also added three strikeouts as he lowered his ERA to a still suspect 6.10 on the year. Offensively for Cleveland, Shelley Duncan went deep in the second inning for his 10th home run of the year, a two-run shot that gave Cleveland the lead. Sin-Soo Choo, Asdrubal Cabrera and Carlos Santana all also drove in runs in the winning effort. Overall on the day, however, the team managed just 2 hits in 11 at-bats with runners in scoring position.
Ubaldo Jimenez didn't have his best stuff on Monday and unfortunately Cleveland could not recover as the Indians lost to the Minnesota Twins by the score of 5-1. Jimenez lasted 6.1 innings, surrendering five earned runs on six hits and three walks. He also added six strikeouts, but unfortunately also picked up his 10th loss of the year so far. Offensively, Shelley Duncan provided the lone run batted in of the game, his 25th of the season. Overall, however, the team managed just six hits on the day and were 1-3 with runners in scoring position. Derek Low will get the ball for Cleveland on Tuesday night.
The Indians did not have an answer for Max Scherzer on Wednesday night and, as a result, could not find a way to victory as the Cleveland Indians lost to the Detroit Tigers by the score of 5-3. Derek Lowe got the start for the Indians and lasted six innings, surrendering four earned runs on eight hits and three walks. He also added a strikeout on the way to his ninth loss of the year so far. Offensively, Casey Kotchman and Travis Hafner each went deep for the Tribe, accounting for the teams only runs of the ball game. Overall, the offense managed just five hits off the Tigers pitching staff and were 0-5 with runners in scoring position.
While Josh Tomlin pitched well enough to earn a victory, unfortunately he was not so lucky - the bullpen was weak on Sunday and the Cleveland Indians lost to the Baltimore Orioles by the score of 4-3. Tomlin pitched six strong innings, allowing two earned runs on eight hits and zero walks. He also struck out two batters throughout the course of his 90 pitch outing. Offensively, the Indians managed just eight hits off Orioles starter Zach Britton and the Orioles bullpen and were just 1-8 with runners in scoring position. Carlos Santana went deep for the Indians in the ninth, but it was not enough to propel his team to victory.
Cleveland Indians are about to set out to see how they compare to teams in the National League. Cleveland will play their next fifteen games as part of MLB's annual interleague play. The Tribe will stay in the central division as they play three against the defending champion St. Louis Cardinals, six against the NL Central leading Cincinnati Reds, three against the Pittsburgh Pirates and three against the Houston Astros. The first six games of that stretch will come on the road. Cleveland will enter interleague play only one game back of the Chicago White Sox in the AL Central.
5/31/12 - Derek Lowe is having one of his best seasons in years for the Cleveland Indians. The 38-year-old Lowe has only had one season over the past nine years with an ERA under his current 3.25. Lowe already has more complete games (one) this season than he had in his three-year tenure in Atlanta. Lowe has become the ace of Cleveland's staff with the recent struggles of Ubaldo Jimenez and Justin Masterson. Lowe's six wins are enough to tie him for second in the American League. Lowe has also mastered the art of pitching to contact as he is only striking out 2.66 batters per nine innings.
Johnny Damon made his season debut for the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday night in what turned out to be a 6-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox. Starting in left field, Damon went 0-3 in the victory, but did draw a walk in the winning effort. Carlos Santana blasted his fourth home run of the season in the fifth inning off of White Sox starter Phillip Humber, a three run shot that proved to be the only earned runs that Humber gave up all night. Travis Hafner also added his third home run of the season in the ninth inning off closer Matt Thornton. Chris Perez closed it out in the ninth for Cleveland to earn his eighth save of the year.
After taking two games of a three game series against the Los Angeles Angels, the Cleveland Indians improved to 11-9 on the season and moved into first place in the American League Central division. Derek Lowe gave the team a strong start on Sunday to move to 4-1 already on the year. Lowe pitched seven shutout innings, giving up only three hits and walking two over 107 pitches. Chris Perez came into the game in the ninth in a non-save situation to close it out. The team will go to Chicago for a three game series against the White Sox.
While the Cleveland Indians have been playing solid baseball to begin the season, the team will have more help on the way in the form of veteran outfielder/designated hitter Johnny Damon. The team signed the 38-year-old to a $1.25 million dollar contract with the ability to earn an additional $1.4 million in performance incentives if he approaches his numbers from last season. In 2011, Damon hit .261 with 16 home runs, 73 runs batted in and 19 stolen bases with the Tampa Bay Rays. Damon also has a major milestone ahead of him if he can continue to play for a few more seasons - the veteran is just 277 hits away from 3,000.
The Cleveland Indians look to recover from a rough spring training in which they lost one of their stars, Grady Sizemore, to a lower back injury that required surgery and will keep the outfielder out for 8-12 weeks. The team will look to young studs like Carlos Santana and Sin-Soo Choo to pace the offense, while they will rely on the likes of Ubaldo Jiminez and Justin Masterson to lead the starting rotation. After Santana began the 2012 season with 2 home runs in the first three games, the Indians decided to lock him up for the long-term by giving him a five-year, $21 million extension that will keep him in an Indians' uniform through the 2016 season.
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