Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis has been named the American League Player of the Week for the All-Star break-shortened period ending July 20.
Jensen Lewis talks about the Indians’ series win in Detroit, the upcoming series in Minnesota and the need to keep the momentum, the success of the Indians’ offense with Jason Kipnis leading off and what this team will look to do with the trade deadline nearing…
BIll Livingston talks about his column regarding why Cleveland has not caught baseball fever, classifying this town’s interest in the Browns and LeBron compared to the Indians and which team would benefit this city the most with a championship…
Indians beat reporter Chris Assenheimer of the Elyria Chronicle Telegram joined Baskin & Phelps Monday to discuss the Tribe’s playoff chances, Kluber’s first half pitching, their defensive play in the first half, ability to score runs, the resiliency of the Indians, consistency of play, what to do with Nick Swisher, why they stayed alive in the first half, and the possibility of obtaining a big player before the trade deadline.
The Rumor Mill: Here is the latest trade buzz involving the Cleveland Indians as we approach the July 31 trading deadline:
The Cleveland Indians refused to allow one setback to sour their trip to Detroit.
Drew Smyly allowed four hits in seven innings and Torii Hunter hit a two-run homer, helping the Detroit Tigers beat the Cleveland Indians 5-1 Sunday to avoid a four-game sweep.
The Cleveland Indians enter Sunday’s contest with the Detroit Tigers with a 50-47 record, impressive considering the club has withstood some sub par campaigns from their most important and critical players.
Carlos Santana hit a tiebreaking, bases-clearing double with two outs in the ninth inning, lifting the Cleveland Indians to a 5-2 win Saturday night that sealed a sweep of the doubleheader.
If you could encapsulate the essence Cleveland Indians pitcher Corey Kluber in one photo, how would you do it?