5/22/2016 | Salazar faces childhood hero one more time
All Danny Salazar wanted was one more chance to face Red Sox slugger David Ortiz. During his childhood in the Dominican Republic, before he had dreams of pitching in the big leagues, Salazar rooted for Boston and followed Big Papi's blossoming career closely.
5/22/2016 | White Sox, Indians meet in historic twin bill
The Indians and White Sox have a history that stretches back more than a century. On Monday, when Cleveland heads to Chicago to renew the division rivalry with a doubleheader, it will mark a milestone day for both longtime American League franchises. White Sox righty Mat Latos opposes Indians righty Mike Clevinger in Game 1.
5/22/2016 | Napoli grateful for warm reception in Boston
Mike Napoli only spent three seasons in Boston, but the first baseman has a World Series ring, forever endearing him to Red Sox fans. Now with the Indians, Napoli felt that appreciation when he received a standing ovation from the Fenway Park crowd Friday night.
5/22/2016 | Tribe opts for all-right-handed 'pen
Indians manager Terry Francona has said many times that he does not think a team should carry a lefty in its bullpen just for the sake of having one. That belief will now be put to the test.
5/22/2016 | Pipeline preview: Walker, Sheffield among prospects to watch
Here's a look at top prospects to watch in today's Minor League action:
5/22/2016 | Candelario among top prospect performers Saturday
A look at the best performances from top prospects Saturday.
5/21/2016 | Uribe's hesitation proves costly
Given the way the Indians have played of late, a four-run deficit did not seem insurmountable on Saturday. The Indians have pulled off a handful of comebacks in recent weeks, fueling confidence in the dugout that no lead is safe for the opposition.
5/21/2016 | Growing up, Salazar rooted for Red Sox
As a teenager growing up in Santo Domingo, Indians right-hander Danny Salazar followed one Major League team obsessively.
5/21/2016 | With Bradley streaking, Porcello eyes rebound
The red-hot Jackie Bradley Jr. aims to extend his hitting streak to 27 games, only eight games away from tying Dom DiMaggio for the longest streak in franchise history, as the Red Sox look to claim their series against the Indians on Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park.
5/21/2016 | Kelly flirts with history in gem vs. Tribe
Joe Kelly was brilliant in his return to action, firing 6 2/3 no-hit innings before Juan Uribe cracked a double into the gap in right-center to break it up. Mookie Betts backed Kelly with two homers, including a grand slam, as the Red Sox rolled to a 9-1 victory over the Indians on Saturday at Fenway Park.
5/21/2016 | Anderson to make spot start Monday
In a perfect world, the Indians would let Cody Anderson remain with Triple-A Columbus to sort through his struggles on the mound. With a doubleheader looming on Monday, Cleveland's current circumstances just did not align with the ideal scenario.
5/21/2016 | Mengden, Urias among top prospect performers Friday
A look at the best performances from top prospects Friday.
5/21/2016 | Swim training: Lindor makes acrobatic slide
Francisco Lindor made his opinion on the matter heard. After pulling off a headfirst, rolling slide at the plate, the Indians' dynamic shortstop sprung to his feet, thrust his arms out and shouted as he waited for home-plate umpire Chad Fairchild to make the call.
5/20/2016 | With JBJ streaking, Kelly returns to Sox's rotation
Jackie Bradley Jr. looks to push his hitting streak to 26 games, already the longest in the Major Leagues this season, during Saturday afternoon's matchup between the Red Sox and Indians at Fenway Park.
5/20/2016 | Kluber extends Tribe's winning streak to five
Corey Kluber navigated out of some early trouble to turn in a strong start on Friday night, leading the Indians to a 4-2 victory over the Red Sox in the opener of a three-game series at Fenway Park.
5/20/2016 | Davis hit on hand, but play ruled strikeout
In an unusual situation on Friday night, Indians outfielder Rajai Davis was hit by a pitch against the Red Sox, but he was charged with a strikeout.
5/20/2016 | Carrasco getting closer to rehab assignment
Carlos Carrasco is one step closer to returning to the Indians' rotation.
5/20/2016 | Otero gives Tribe reliable arm in bullpen
There are such things as fluke seasons. After examining Dan Otero's performance last season, the Indians decided that was exactly what the reliever experienced, leading the Indians to acquire him via a trade in the offseason.
5/20/2016 | Tomlin showcases hitting prowess, athleticism
As he sprinted around third base in the fifth inning on Thursday, Indians pitcher Josh Tomlin had his sights set on scoring. There was only one problem: Tomlin was not used to this kind of situation. His mind suddenly raced with the options that existed a few strides ahead.
5/19/2016 | Santana's 2 blasts lead Tribe to Ohio Cup sweep
A season series was already clinched by the Indians over the Reds, but Thursday's 7-2 victory by Cleveland underscored that the Ohio Cup was firmly in its grasp for another year. A pair of two-run home runs by Carlos Santana, including one to cap a four-run fifth inning, sealed a four-game sweep this week in the home-and-home series.
5/19/2016 | Clevinger gets nerves out of way in MLB debut
Mike Clevinger spent some time lying on a leather couch in the middle of the visitors' clubhouse at Great American Ball Park on Thursday afternoon. The Indians' rookie pitcher scrolled through his phone and chatted with Mike Napoli. One day after his Major League debut, Clevinger was just happy to relax.
5/19/2016 | Davis, Lindor continue to torment Reds
Indians manager Terry Francona omitted Rajai Davis' name from the starting lineup a few days ago, saying that it was a chance to allow the outfielder to take a deep breath. The veteran was mired in a prolonged slump and was not impacting Cleveland's lineup the way the team knew he could.
5/18/2016 | Lindor's HR in 12th lifts Indians over Reds
The Indians slugged three home runs, including Francisco Lindor's shot in the top of the 12th inning, for an 8-7 comeback victory over the Reds on Wednesday, their third in a row in the Ohio Cup series.
5/18/2016 | Indians taking it slow with Brantley's injury
It could be some time before the Indians reveal a timetable for outfielder Michael Brantley's return to game action.
5/18/2016 | Unbeaten Tomlin leads Indians in Ohio Cup finale
The Reds and Indians will wrap up the annual Ohio Cup series on Thursday with Cincinnati rookie Tim Adleman squaring off against Cleveland right-hander Josh Tomlin.
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