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Indians Lose Third Straight, Fall To Rangers 7-3It doesn't take much for a decent start to become a bad one.
Curtis Danburg Of The Cleveland Indians Talks All Things Indians Baseball With Nick Wilson On The ExperimentCurtis Danburg, Senior Director of Communications for the Cleveland Indians joined Nick Wilson on the Experiment to talk all things Cleveland Indians! Nick and Curtis discuss the Indians off-season additions, the multiple early season postponements and so much more!
Indians Notes: Carlos Carrasco To Be Activated From DL Thursday, Start vs. RoyalsCarlos Carrasco will rejoin the Cleveland Indians on Thursday, completing his road back from the moderate left hamstring strain he suffered back in April.
Indians Make Roster Moves: Ryan Merritt Optioned To Columbus, Shawn Armstrong RecalledOne day after tossing 4 1/3 scoreless innings in his Major League debut, the Cleveland Indians optioned left-handed pitcher Ryan Merritt back to Triple-A Columbus on Tuesday. In his place, the club recalled right-handed reliever Shawn Armstrong.
Extra Frames: Francona Wants A Better Explanation, Tomlin Struggles, Gomes Sports New Specs, Merritt Makes DebutThe Cleveland Indians were routed on Monday by the Rangers at Progressive Field, dropping the first of the three-game series against Texas, 9-2. This column features my takeaways from Monday's game. If you want more baseball coverage, you can follow me on Twitter (@TJZuppe).
Bad Day For Josh Tomlin, Indians In 9-2 Loss To RangersJosh Tomlin entered Monday game with a 7-0 record. And following recent Indians losses, the right-hander has typically been the man to prevent long losing skids. But everyone has a bad day. Monday was a really, really bad day.
Zack Meisel Says: It Wouldn't Surprise Me If The Indians Were Buyers In JulyZach Meisel from joined Chris Fedor this afternoon to talk about the Indians season, how long until Carlos Carrasco returns from injury, and what he think the Indians will target at the trade deadline.
Jose Ramirez Getting Familiar With Progressive Field's Challenging Left Field WallIndians bench coach Brad Mills stood in left field with a bat in hand. To his right was a bag of baseballs. He reached into the bag, pulled out a ball and tossed it in the air. His left-handed swing connected, and the ball sailed toward the left field wall, banging off the green padding and ricocheting back toward center field.
Extra Frames: On Chisenhall's Showdown With O'Day, Missed Chances, Bullpen Struggles, Clevinger's Belief In HimselfThe Cleveland Indians fought back to erase an early 4-0 deficit, but couldn't take advantage of late-game opportunities, losing to the Baltimore Orioles in the series rubber match, 6-4.
Kim's Big Swing, Missed Chances Lead To Indians' 6-4 Loss To O'sThe Cleveland Indians clubbed their way out of the initial hole starter Mike Clevinger dug for his club, but after the Tribe's long ball efforts tied Sunday's game, one swing of the bat by Hyun Soo Kim erased all of their hard work.
Could Carlos Carrasco's Next Start Be Back With Indians?After tossing four innings in a Minor League rehab game with Double-A Akron, Carlos Carrasco is inching closer to his return to the Cleveland Indians rotation. But how close? Close enough for his next start to be back with the Tribe?
Extra Frames: On The Indians Taking Over First Place In Central, Taking Extra Bases, Taking Down Ex-IndiansThe Cleveland Indians routed the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday at Progressive Field, 11-4, moving into first place in the American League Central division by a half game over the Chicago White Sox and Kansas City Royals.

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