Michael Brantley and Jason Kipnis each launched two-run souvenirs to the seats in right, and Zach McAllister (3-0) tossed six decent innings, as the Cleveland Indians won their second straight game and beat the Kansas City Royals on Monday, 4-3.
It may have appeared like it, but Sunday was not a make or break start for Carlos Carrasco.
I think we have figured out how to improve the attendance at Progressive Field… release the squirrels.
Lineups, pitching match-up and talking points for Monday’s four-game series opener at Progressive Field: Kansas City Royals (9-8) vs. Cleveland Indians (8-10) – 7:05 p.m. ET.
For the first time this season, Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona was able to write Jason Giambi’s name in the club’s starting lineup.
Jensen Lewis talks about the Indians’ lack of attendance early in the season, Nick Swisher’s struggles on the field, whether Carlos Carrasco will last in the rotation with Trevor Bauer in the waiting, Jason Giambi’s return…
Have you noticed what Brohio’s own Nick Swisher‘s strikeout stance has looked like? If not – Adam The Bull has what some are calling a “spot on” impersonation of Swisher.
Bull & Fox talk about the Indians’ struggles over the weekend, the weaknesses in the lineup and what changes need to be made for this team to reach its potential…
In today’s world of modern technology, there are few things more frustrating than dealing with a slow, unreliable or non-existent network to connect to the internet, send a tweet, place a phone call, or send a text message.
Michael Brantley went 2-for-3 with a double, homer and two runs batted in, but it was David Murphy’s three-run double in the sixth that lifted the Cleveland Indians over the Toronto Blue Jays at Progressive Field on Sunday, 6-4.
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