8/22/2016 | Gomes aims to return for postseason push
Indians catcher Yan Gomes, on the disabled list since July 17 with a shoulder injury, is aiming to return for the postseason push next month.
8/22/2016 | Carrasco, Santana keep Indians rolling
Carlos Santana's home run, his 27th, in the eighth inning proved to be the only run of the game, as Carlos Carrasco tossed eight scoreless innings for the Indians. Rookie Andrew Triggs was very good as well, tossing six shutout innings for the A's.
8/22/2016 | A's, first-place Indians face off at Coliseum
Danny Salazar makes his second start since returning from the disabled list when he faces the A's on Tuesday. Sean Manaea, who has a 3.45 ERA at home, gets the nod for Oakland.
8/22/2016 | Yanks' Sanchez, Astros' Bregman lead Prospect Team of the Week
MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible, including big leaguers.
8/22/2016 | Hader, Hansen among top prospect performers Sunday
Finding success at the Triple-A level hasn't come easily for Josh Hader. At least not until Sunday night, when the Brewers' No. 4 prospect set a career high by striking out 12 hitters in six scoreless innings to pace Colorado Springs in a 6-0 shutout of Round Rock.
8/21/2016 | Rookie Clevinger keeps his cool in tense 7th
It would have been easy for Indians rookie Mike Clevinger to lose his composure on the mound.
8/21/2016 | Late blast, overturned balk lift Tribe past Jays
Everyone in the ballpark knew it was gone as soon as it left his bat. Jose Ramirez's eighth-inning, two-run blast over the wall in left lifted the Indians past the Blue Jays, 3-2, in Sunday's series finale at Progressive Field.
8/21/2016 | Carrasco starts Tribe's 7-game road trip vs. A's
Right-hander Carlos Carrasco will lead the Indians into Monday's three-game series opener at the Coliseum, while the A's counter with right-hander Andrew Triggs against the American League Central leaders.
8/21/2016 | AB by Chisenhall example of Tribe's resolve
Indians outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall didn't change his approach in his second at-bat on Saturday night. He just saw enough pitches, and Chisenhall was able to do what few people have done this year against Blue Jays righty Aaron Sanchez.
8/20/2016 | Pipeline preview: Peters seeks eighth straight win
Here's a look at top prospects to watch Sunday in Minor League action.
8/20/2016 | Stroman, Kluber called on for series finale
Corey Kluber might have gotten off to a slow start this season, but that seems like a distant memory as the Indians right-hander has since reclaimed his spot as one of the top pitchers in the American League. On Sunday afternoon, he'll get to face one of the league's best lineups.
8/20/2016 | Toronto rides trio of HRs to edge Tribe
The Blue Jays muscled their way past the Indians with a 6-5 victory in the latest clash of two first-place teams. Toronto blasted a trio of home runs to top Cleveland in front of a sold-out crowd on Saturday night at Progressive Field.
8/20/2016 | Tomlin looking for answer to HR woes
Indians right-hander Josh Tomlin has a few different pitches he'd like back from Saturday, but one in particular haunts him more than the rest.
8/19/2016 | Naquin does it again: OF a walk-off hero
Indians outfielder Tyler Naquin slid across home, and very briefly, he had a chance to savor the moment. Before the mob engulfed the rookie outfielder, Naquin hoisted his hand into the dark Cleveland sky.
8/19/2016 | Sanchez, Tomlin set as 1st-place clubs clash
The battle of two first-place teams will continue Saturday night when the Blue Jays and Indians meet for the second game of a three-game series.
8/19/2016 | Ty-breaker! Inside-the-parker wins it for Tribe
For the second straight night Tyler Naquin is the hero in the second consecutive Indians walk-off. The rookie outfielder scored on an inside-the-park home run to top Toronto, 3-2, on Friday night at Progressive Field in a battle between two first-place teams.
8/19/2016 | Indians call up Armstrong, option Crockett
The Indians shuffled their bullpen again on Friday prior to the start of a three-game set with the Blue Jays at Progressive Field. Cleveland recalled right-hander Shawn Armstrong from Triple-A Columbus. To make room for Armstrong on the 25-man roster, the Tribe optioned left-hander Kyle Crockett to Triple-A.
8/19/2016 | Tribe welcomes Sherman as vice chairman
On Friday, the Indians announced that John Sherman, a Kansas City-based entrepreneur, has joined the team as vice chairman and minority ownership partner. The specifics of Sherman's stake in the team were not revealed by the club.
8/19/2016 | Kopech, Rodgers among top prospect performers Thursday
The strikeouts just keep on coming for Red Sox No. 5 prospect Michael Kopech. After setting a career high with 11 strikeouts in his last outing, Kopech matched that number in six innings with Double-A Salem on Thursday.
8/18/2016 | Naquin not nappin', walks Tribe off in mid-AB pinch
Tyler Naquin was ready in the dugout with a bat in his hands, but he fully expected Indians catcher Roberto Perez to hit in the ninth inning on Thursday night. After a passed ball moved Abraham Almonte up to third base, Naquin's name was called. "I've never been a part of that," Naquin said after Cleveland's 5-4 walk-off win over the White Sox at Progressive Field.
8/18/2016 | Francona shares responsibility for tough loss
In the box score, it went down as Cody Allen's third blown save in 26 tries this season. But the day after Wednesday's 10-7 loss to the White Sox, Indians manager Terry Francona shared some of the blame.
8/18/2016 | Indians persevere after Salazar's early exit
It had the makings of a disaster. Fresh off the disabled list, Danny Salazar could not find the strike zone. He walked Adam Eaton on five pitches to open Thursday's game, and then issued another free pass to White Sox second baseman Tyler Saladino. "He couldn't really find the plate," Indians manager Terry Francona said after his club pulled off a 5-4 walk-off win at Progressive Field. "That was probably almost our worst-case scenario."
8/18/2016 | Gonsalves, Giolito among top prospect performers Wednesday
Everything is going right when Stephen Gonsalves takes the ball these days. The Twins' No. 4 prospect extended his scoreless streak to 21 innings with six near-perfect frames for Double-A Chattanooga on Wednesday.
8/18/2016 | No excuses for Allen after tough-luck 9th
For most of the ninth inning, Indians closer Cody Allen did his job. He generated a pair of infield choppers and induced a weak popup. Baseball, however, has a history of turning a series of flukes into an offensive firestorm.
8/17/2016 | Guyer thriving since trade to Indians
There can be a lot of pressure heaped on the shoulders of a player acquired via trade by a postseason contender. When outfielder Brandon Guyer learned he was dealt to the Indians, he looked at things in a particular manner in order to alleviate any unnecessary stress.
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