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8/26/2014 | Walters' 10th-inning HR helps Tribe keep pace

On Tuesday night in Chicago, Cleveland began a daunting run of 30 games in 30 days that will most likely serve as a make-or-break stretch on the schedule. The Indians opened the final sprint with a seesaw affair on the South Side of Chicago, where rookie Zach Walters delivered a two-run home run in the 10th inning to lead the Tribe to an 8-6 victory.


8/26/2014 | Francona keeping close eye on Gomes

Indians catcher Yan Gomes will be eligible to come off Major League Baseball's seven-day concussion list on Friday in Kansas City. Cleveland manager Terry Francona has a feeling Gomes will be doing everything he can to be activated that night.


8/26/2014 | Murphy making progress, makes trip

David Murphy was not going to be cleared to travel again with the Indians until he was able to resume baseball activities. The outfielder's presence in the visiting clubhouse at U.S. Cellular Field on Tuesday was a clear indicator of the progress he has made behind the scenes.


8/26/2014 | Indians sending catcher Wolters, four others to AFL

Indians third-base coach Mike Sarbaugh does not have to look too far to spot three of the players he managed in the Arizona Fall League four years ago.


8/26/2014 | AFL announces preliminary rosters for 2014 season

The Arizona Fall League announced its preliminary rosters for the 2014 season on Tuesday, and, for the second year in a row, the game's top prospect, Byron Buxton, is among myriad up-and-coming stars heading to the desert for some extra seasoning.


8/26/2014 | Aguilar hits three-run walkoff on Monday

First baseman Jesus Aguilar, the Indians No. 10 prospect, collected five hits and hit a three-run walk-off home run Monday to lead Triple-A Columbus to an 11-9 victory in 10 innings against Indianapolis. Aguilar finished the night 5-for-6 with two doubles, a home run, three runs and four RBIs. His walk-off blast was the Clippers first since Aug. 2, 2011, when Luis Valbuena hit a game-winning home run.


8/25/2014 | Inbox: Should Tribe seek help for rotation?

Will the Indians acquire a pitcher for the rotation before next season? Where will Nick Swisher play when he returns from injury? Beat reporter Jordan Bastian answers these questions and more in the latest Inbox.


8/24/2014 | Tribe, White Sox set to renew rivalry in Windy City

Cleveland will send T.J. House to the mound to open a three-game set with the rival White Sox on Tuesday at U.S. Cellular Field. Chicago will counter with Jose Quintana, who is 3-0 lifetime against the Tribe.


8/24/2014 | Bauer handcuffs Astros to give Tribe series

Trevor Bauer fanned nine over six-plus innings on Sunday, as the Indians took the rubber game of their weekend series with the Astros, 3-1, at Progressive Field.


8/24/2014 | Foul call upheld in Astros-Indians finale

Catcher Carlos Corporan, who led off the seventh inning of Sunday's game with the Astros down, 2-0, against the Indians, drove a pitch from Trevor Bauer high down the right-field line that appeared to possibly go over the foul pole.


8/24/2014 | Gimenez happy to be back with Tribe

Things have changed a lot in the Indians' clubhouse since the last time Chris Gimenez had a locker in the room. The catcher looked around on Sunday morning and saw players he once knew only as prospects. These days, those kids have developed into leaders for a Cleveland club that is fighting for a playoff spot, rather than playing out the string.


8/24/2014 | Francona gives Brantley some well-deserved rest

If he were managing with his heart, Terry Francona would have left outfielder Michael Brantley's name in the starting lineup on Sunday. Cleveland's manager opted instead to go by what he has seen of late, and that led him to give Brantley a much-needed day off against Houston.


8/24/2014 | Oberholtzer, Bauer set to battle in rubber match

Brett Oberholtzer and Trevor Bauer match up in the series finale between the Indians and Astros on Sunday at Progressive Field as Cleveland tries to gain ground in its playoff push.


8/23/2014 | Baseball alive once more at Cleveland's League Park

With a group of dignitaries on hand, and a considerable crowd in attendance on a sun-splashed Saturday afternoon, the city of Cleveland held a ceremony to reopen League Park in the East Side's Hough neighborhood.


8/23/2014 | Injured Raburn, Giambi nearing rehab games

The Indians' bench has not been the same this year without the same kind of contributions from veterans Ryan Raburn and Jason Giambi. Raburn has dealt with a right wrist issue for most of the season and was scheduled to begin a Minor League rehab assignment with Triple-A Columbus on Saturday. Giambi has spent the bulk of this year on the disabled list.


8/23/2014 | Ramirez delivers Tribe's 10th walk-off vs. Astros

Rookie Tyler Holt scored the decisive run on fellow rookie Jose Ramirez's slapped single to left field, delivering a 3-2 victory over the Astros at Progressive Field Saturday night.


8/23/2014 | Indians place Gomes on 7-day DL, acquire Gimenez

Prior to Cleveland's game against the Astros, the Indians placed Yan Gomes on Major League Baseball's seven-day concussion list after the catcher still displayed some symptoms. To replace Gomes on the roster, the Tribe acquired catcher Chris Gimenez from the Rangers for future considerations.


8/23/2014 | Lindor matches career high for hits and runs

Indians No. 1 prospect Francisco Lindor collected four hits and scored three runs Friday, as Triple-A Columbus defeated Louisville, 5-2. Lindor, ranked No. 4 on MLBPipeline.com's Top 100 Prospects list, finished the night 4-for-5 and matched his career high for both hits and runs. The only other four-hit game of his career came May 3, 2013, when he was playing for Class A Advanced Carolina.


8/23/2014 | Slumping Chisenhall trying to find early magic

It was only two months ago when Indians third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall looked like a contender for the American League's batting title. Chisenhall's fortunes in the batter's box have taken a decisively different turn.


8/22/2014 | Gomes day to day with mild concussion

Indians catcher Yan Gomes was diagnosed with a mild concussion on Friday morning, but the injury is not currently considered serious enough to warrant a trip to Major League Baseball's seven-day disabled list.


8/22/2014 | McHugh looks to stay hot, clinch series for Astros

Right-hander Collin McHugh will take the mound for the Astros, who hope to continue to play spoiler Saturday night in Cleveland. The Indians will be countering with Danny Salazar, who is 3-2 with a 3.67 ERA and 26 strikeouts in his last five outings.


8/22/2014 | Carrasco strong, but late blunders cost Tribe

Struggles to play a clean brand of baseball have cost Cleveland throughout this season. On Friday night, a collapse in fundamentals hurt the Tribe again. A pair of baserunning mistakes in the eighth inning and two errors in the ninth paved the path to a 5-1 loss to the Astros, spoiling another solid start from right-hander Carlos Carrasco.


8/21/2014 | Sluggers' talks help Walters emerge as power threat

Zach Walters was hitting in the batting cage at Detroit's spring facility two springs ago, working on his swing during a rain delay. Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera wandered over, watched a few swings and then asked the young hitter a question.


8/21/2014 | Tribe puts faith in surging Carrasco as Astros visit

Turning to an emerging arm in their rotation Friday to begin a three-game home series versus the Astros, the Indians continue their playoff push behind Carlos Carrasco, who will duel with a struggling Brad Peacock.


8/21/2014 | Indians can't support less-than-stellar Kluber

It says a lot about the kind of season Indians starter Corey Kluber is having that Thursday could be considered a bad day at the office. In what has been an incredible second half for Cleveland's rotation leader, Kluber finally flinched in what would normally be deemed a decent effort. Given the high standards the right-hander has set of late, he looked to be laboring on a day when a lack of run support led to a 4-1 loss to the Twins at Target Field.




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