7/26/2016 | Fan hit by foul ball at Progressive Field taken to hospital
A fan struck by a line drive off the bat of Nationals second baseman Daniel Murphy during the first inning of Tuesday night's 7-6 Indians win at Progressive Field was taken to a local hospital for further treatment.
7/26/2016 | Game-ender Lindor sinks Nats' 'pen
Indians manager Terry Francona paid the Nationals the ultimate compliment before Tuesday's game, saying Washington is "built for October baseball." In the opener of this series between potential postseason teams, the Indians looked like they fit that description as well, pulling off a 7-6 walk-off win at Progressive Field.
7/26/2016 | Pipeline preview: Mejia looks to extend streak again
Here's a look at top prospects to watch in Wednesday in Minor League action:
7/26/2016 | Cleveland contender clash: Carrasco v. Stras
One of the main reasons the Nationals and Indians are in first place is strong starting pitching, which will be on display Wednesday in a matchup between Washington right-hander Stephen Strasburg and Cleveland righty Carlos Carrasco.
7/26/2016 | Brantley hitting in cage, itching to return to Tribe
After another setback last week, Indians outfielder Michael Brantley is once again back to hitting in the cage. When Brantley will return to the lineup, however, still remains unclear.
7/25/2016 | With Chapman gone, Tribe to look elsewhere
CLEVELAND -- The Indians are in the market for relief help, and they made a push to try to land closer Aroldis Chapman in recent days. On Monday, it was the Cubs who completed a deal with the Yankees to land the hard-throwing lefty.
7/25/2016 | Zimmer, Frazier promoted to Triple-A Columbus
As trade rumors and reports swirled late Sunday night, Brad Zimmer and Clint Frazier were called into Double-A Akron manager Dave Wallace's office. The outfielders were told that the time had come to pack their bags. Zimmer and Frazier -- ranked by MLBPipeline.com as Cleveland's No. 1 and No. 2 prospects, respectively -- were both promoted to Triple-A Columbus.
7/25/2016 | Trio of Diazes lead Prospect Team of the Week
The latest edition of MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Team of the Week (July 18-24) is led by a trio of Diazes in Isan Diaz, Yandy Diaz and Lewin Diaz, each of whom had big weeks for their respective clubs.
7/24/2016 | Indians welcome homecoming after road trip
This was not how the Indians wanted to end their road trip. In fact, as the Orioles' players poured onto the field to celebrate a walk-off win at Camden Yards on Sunday afternoon, the only good news for Cleveland was that the road trip was finally, and mercifully, over.
7/24/2016 | Allen happy to shift roles to improve bullpen
Cody Allen enjoys having the closer label attached to his name within the Indians' bullpen, but that title is not what matters most to the reliever. With Cleveland in first place and aiming for a spot on the October stage, Allen wants his team in the best position possible to make a run.
7/24/2016 | Salazar leads Tribe against first-place Nats
The Nationals will visit Cleveland for a brief two-game series with the Indians beginning Tuesday at Progressive Field, in a battle of two first-place teams.
7/24/2016 | Diaz, Frazier among top prospect performers Saturday
The Midwest League is notorious for dampening the power of young hitters. Apparently no one told that to Isan Diaz. The Brewers' No. 11 prospect slugged a pair of home runs on Saturday, including a walk-off shot to propel Class A Wisconsin past Lake County, 9-8. Diaz also hit a triple in the contest en route to finishing 3-for-4, while his six RBIs represented a new career high.
7/23/2016 | Rare fielding lapse costs Indians in loss
Francisco Lindor said the Indians lost Saturday's game against the Orioles in the first inning. Cleveland's shortstop was not, however, referring to the ball that Mark Trumbo deposited deep into the left-field seats at Oriole Park at Camden Yards to give Baltimore a swift lead.
7/23/2016 | Indians, O's battle for AL's best record
The Indians' rise to a tie with the Orioles for the best record in the American League can be in part attributed to the strength of their starting pitching, which entered Saturday night with the best ERA in the AL.
7/23/2016 | Trumbo's 30th backs strong Gausman in win
The first-place Orioles have spent the past two nights showing off their power against the Indians' highly touted pitching staff. In a 5-2 win over the Tribe on Saturday at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Mark Trumbo became the first Major Leaguer to reach 30 home runs, backing up a stellar performance by right-hander Kevin Gausman.
7/23/2016 | McAllister getting more work in Minors before activation
The Indians want Zach McAllister to feel more like himself on the mound before throwing him right back into the bullpen. That is why McAllister remains on a Minor League rehab assignment with Triple-A Columbus, even though he was eligible for activation on Friday.
7/23/2016 | Vogelbach, Berrios among top prospect performers Friday
Dan Vogelbach sure knows how to make an introduction. Playing in his first game with Triple-A Tacoma since being traded from the Cubs to the Mariners on Wednesday, Vogelbach went 3-for-3 with two RBIs.
7/23/2016 | Bauer allows 2 HRs, lacks spark; Francona notices
The overall 2016 version of Trevor Bauer remains impressive. The recent vintage, not so much. Facing an Orioles club known for the long ball didn't help in his latest start. Neither did the Indians right-hander's lackluster performance.
7/22/2016 | Uribe shakes off fastball to head, says he'll be fine
Indians third baseman Juan Uribe left in the seventh inning of Friday's 5-1 loss to the Orioles after being hit in the head by a pitch from O's reliever Odrisamer Despaigne.
7/22/2016 | Pipeline preview: Hader looks to turn things around
Brewers No. 4 prospect Josh Hader will try to turn things around for Triple-A Colorado Springs when he takes on Round Rock at 8:05 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.
7/22/2016 | Trumbo, Machado power Bundy, O's past Tribe
Since they were selected third and fourth overall in the 2011 Draft, respectively, the career paths of Indians righty Trevor Bauer and Orioles righty Dylan Bundy have taken drastically different routes to Friday's showdown at Camden Yards. Bauer entered with 77 more career starts than Bundy, but it was Bundy who pitched like the more experienced pro in a 5-1 Baltimore win.
7/22/2016 | Can Tribe's Tomlin control powerful Orioles?
Indians right-hander Josh Tomlin's exceptional control versus the Orioles' hard-hitting lineup highlights the second game of the three-game weekend series between division leaders on Saturday.
7/22/2016 | Brantley, Tribe hopeful after shoulder procedure
The Indians are "cautiously optimistic" about the soreness in Michael Brantley's surgically right shoulder following his latest procedure. Exactly when the outfielder will return to the lineup, however, remains unclear.
7/22/2016 | Indians place Colon on DL, recall Anderson
The Indians have been searching for consistency within their bullpen not only in terms of results this season, but also in personnel. The 'pen's revolving door spun again on Friday, when Cleveland was forced to deal with another setback with its relief corps.
7/21/2016 | Bauer, Gimenez bonding as batterymates
On a recent morning in Kansas City, Trevor Bauer was navigating one of his personal drones up and over a large tree in a local park. As the Indians pitcher maneuvered the machine near the top branches, it nicked a limb and became wedged among the leaves.
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