7/20/2014 | Tito loses challenge on Kipnis' attempted steal
With the Indians trailing the Tigers, 4-1, in the eighth inning on Sunday, Jason Kipnis tried to swipe second base but was thrown out by Alex Avila.
7/20/2014 | Tomlin struggles as Tribe slowed in Motown finale
Josh Tomlin couldn't make it out of the fifth inning and the Indians' bats were held in check in Sunday's 5-1 loss to the Tigers at Comerica Park.
7/20/2014 | Tribe to give Salazar another shot in rotation
Danny Salazar came up from the Minor Leagues last year and played a key role in helping the Indians capture the American League's top Wild Card spot over the final two months of the season. Cleveland is hoping that history might repeat itself.
7/20/2014 | Carrasco building confidence as reliable reliever
Earlier this season, Indians manager Terry Francona might not have handed the ball to Carlos Carrasco for the type of situation that came up on Saturday night.
7/20/2014 | Indians aiming to carry momentum into Minnesota
With their first 10 games after the All-Star break featuring a road clash with an American League Central opponent, the Indians already find themselves at a potentially pivotal juncture in 2014. After taking three of four in Detroit over the weekend, the Tribe will look to carry that momentum into Minnesota for a three-game series with the Twins beginning Monday.
7/19/2014 | Tribe goes for series sweep of first-place Tigers
Josh Tomlin and Drew Smyly will duel in Sunday's finale at Comerica Park. The Indians have an opportunity to take four straight games from the Tigers, and trim a 7 1/2-game American League Central deficit at the start of the series to just 3 1/2 games on Sunday.
7/19/2014 | Big knocks from Dickerson, Santana key Game 2 win
On Saturday night, Chris Dickerson continued to deliver for his new club, launching a pair of home runs to help power the Tribe to a 5-2 victory over the Tigers in the nightcap of a doubleheader.
7/19/2014 | Replay confirms Brantley's double in first inning
With the bases empty, the Indians' Michael Brantley launched one off Comerica Park's right-field fence on Saturday night that appeared to hit right off the yellow line. It was ruled a live ball, and a 40-second crew chief review, initiated by Laz Diaz, confirmed that call.
7/19/2014 | Kluber sets pace in Tribe's win over Tigers
Corey Kluber fanned 10 over 8 2/3 innings, as the Indians downed the Tigers, 6-2, in the first game of Saturday's twin bill at Comerica Park.
7/19/2014 | Kipnis getting locked in at the plate
Jason Kipnis has posted a .319 average with three extra-base hits, five stolen bases, six RBIs, nine runs scored and an .842 OPS in his last 11 games, entering Saturday's doubleheader in Detroit.
7/19/2014 | Raburn hoping for fresh start in second half
Ryan Raburn is hoping that the All-Star break will serve as a clean slate. Following a rough first half in the batter's box, the Indians utility man played a key role in Friday's comeback victory over the Tigers.
7/19/2014 | Bauer turns to old-school training over break
The All-Star break is a time of retreat for many big league players. They might head home to relax or take their family on vacation. During this year's four-day break, Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer stayed in Cleveland and found a fence.
7/19/2014 | Tigers have Scherzer to close twin bill vs. Tribe
In the nightcap of their day-night doubleheader at Comerica Park on Saturday, the Tigers will start All-Star Max Scherzer against Zach McAllister, who is being called up from Triple-A by the Indians to step in.
7/18/2014 | VerHagen to make MLB debut in twin bill opener
The Tigers and Indians will meet twice on Saturday in a day-night doubleheader, the first contest of which is a makeup of an April 15 rainout. Detroit will send right-hander Drew VerHagen to the mound to make his Major League debut in the first game, and he'll be opposed by fellow right-hander Corey Kluber. In the nightcap, the Tigers will start Max Scherzer opposite Zach McAllister.
7/18/2014 | Indians rise for seven-run seventh to rip Tigers
Following six stellar innings from Detroit starter Anibal Sanchez, the Indians pounded out seven runs in an overwhelming seventh en route to a 9-3 victory to begin the season's second half with a bang. The offensive outpouring -- led by two homers from Jason Kipnis -- backed another solid effort from Cleveland right-hander Trevor Bauer.
7/18/2014 | Bourn easing into running in hamstring rehab
While the Indians opened their second-half schedule in Detroit on Friday, center fielder Michael Bourn stayed home in Cleveland to focus on his recovery from the latest setback involving his left hamstring.
7/18/2014 | Indians take penalty, sign 30 of 42 Draft picks
The Indians did all they could to reach pacts with as many of their selections as possible from last month's First-Year Player Draft prior to Friday's signing deadline. That included spending more money than was permitted for the team's bonus pool.
7/18/2014 | With Lee added, Tribe has flexibility of 10 relievers
Indians manager Terry Francona continues to stretch the limits of traditional thinking for a Major League bullpen. Prior to Friday's game in Detroit, Cleveland recalled right-hander C.C. Lee from Triple-A Columbus. The Tribe now has 10 relief arms available out of the 'pen.
7/17/2014 | Twin bill forces Tribe to get creative with rotation
The Indians' front office is always trying to find creative ways to get the most out of the team's roster. With only three active starting pitchers to begin the second half, Cleveland is at it again, calling up Zach McAllister for Saturday's twin bill in Detroit, then T.J. House for Monday's opener in Minnesota.
7/17/2014 | Masterson pleased with progress but needs more time
Justin Masterson may not have wanted to go on the disabled list, but the Indians' sinkerballer is willing to accept that it was the right decision for the team. While sidelined, the pitcher has worked diligently on both his delivery and his recovery.
7/17/2014 | Francona overwhelmed by All-Star Brantley
Indians manager Terry Francona was thrilled to be a part of the American League coaching staff for the All-Star Game, but his favorite moment wasn't in the game, it was how proud he was watching Tribe outfielder Michael Brantley's professionalism and dedication during the AL's workout the day before.
7/17/2014 | Pipeline Perspectives: Lindor will soon be All-Star
So who will be the first player from this year's Futures Game to reach the All-Star Game? After Kris Bryant, who currently shares the Minor League home run lead with 31 in 92 games, the clear choice is Indians shortstop prospect, Francisco Lindor.
7/15/2014 | Brantley gets at-bat, Jeter autograph at All-Star Game
Michael Brantley, who entered the All-Star Game in the sixth and was robbed of a base hit by a sensational diving stop by second baseman Dee Gordon in his lone at-bat, was like every other AL All-Star. He was humbled to be sharing a room with Derek Jeter.
7/15/2014 | Indians option McAllister to Triple-A Columbus
The Indians made an adjustment to their pitching staff on Tuesday, optioning right-hander Zach McAllister to Triple-A Columbus.
7/15/2014 | AL-Americans: Jeter, Trout spark victory
Mike Trout delivered the go-ahead hit and the game's first run, winning the All-Star MVP Award, but it was Derek Jeter who stole the show in his final Midsummer Classic. Jeter went 2-for-2 with a run scored to set the tone for the AL, which won home-field advantage in the World Series.
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