Indians Season Ends With Heartbreak & Hope For 2017

A World Series for the ages. The first game seven ever held in Cleveland. A chance for history to be made. I wish I could be sitting here writing about a World Series title. I wish I can say that the Indians added another year to the misery for Cubs fans. I wish I can […]

Brantley Doubles Twice, Bauer Gets Roughed Up in 6-1 Loss to Cincy

The Indians (42-47) opened the second half of the season with a 6-1 loss to the Cincinnati Reds (40-47) last night. It was another night of offensive struggles, for the Tribe at least. Michael Brantley went 2-3 with two doubles and Carlos Santana (1-4) drove in the team’s lone run. The Reds on the other […]

Tigers ruin debut of the new Progressive Field with 8-4 win

The Detroit Tigers (4-0) knew there was a game today and it was evident the Indians (2-2) didn’t. The Tiger offense was unstoppable today, belting out 18 hits and 15 of them being bloopers and seeing-eye singles in today’s 8-4 win over the Tribe. A majority of their hits came with two outs, which didn’t […]

Indians win 2-0 behind Carrasco’s 10 K’s; Aviles, Santana homer

Carlos Carrasco made his 2015 debut last night in dominating fashion. A night after the Indians (1-1) were shutout in another spectacular Corey Kluber performance, Carrasco went 6.1 innings, scattered three hits, walked one and struck out 10 batters in the Tribe’s 2-0 win over the Astros (1-1). The bullpen came in and pitched lights […]

Acquisition of Brandon Moss improves Tribe’s lineup

The Cleveland Indians made a splash Monday by acquiring 31-year old Brandon Moss from the Oakland Athletics for prospect Joey Wendle. The move vastly improves an offense that struggled to score in the final month of the season, resulting in the Tribe missing the playoffs for the sixth time in the past seven seasons. Throughout […]

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