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Indians Add Former Nationals Reliever Craig Stammen On Minor League Deal With Spring InviteThe Indians gave themselves another bullpen option heading into Spring Training, signing veteran reliever Craig Stammen to a Minor League contract with a non-roster invite to big league camp. Stammen, a 31-year-old hurler, will compete for a spot in Cleveland's Major League pen.
Blue Jays Sign Former Indians Pitcher Gavin Floyd To 1-Year, $1M ContractThe Toronto Blue Jays have signed right-hander Gavin Floyd to a one-year, $1 million dollar contract.
VIDEO: With Spring Training Around The Corner, Indians' Trucks Depart For Goodyear, ArizonaCleveland Indians assistant clubhouse manager Marty Bokovitz talks to the media as trucks are filled and depart for Goodyear, Arizona on Friday morning.
T.J. Zuppe Talks About The Indians' Situation At 3rd Base, Remaining Free Agents With Nick WilsonTJ Zuppe, Indians beat reporter for 92.3 The Fan joined Nick Wilson on the Experiment to talk Cleveland Indians baseball. TJ gives his thoughts on the FA signings this past off-season, who else the Tribe could (or should add) and more!
Indians Launch Campaign To Get Presidential Medal Of Freedom Recognition For Bob FellerHall of Famers Yogi Berra, Willie Mayes, Hank Aaron, Ernie Banks, Roberto Clemente, Joe DiMiaggio, Stan Musial, Buck O’Neil, Frank Robinson, Jackie Robinson among others were once awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The Cleveland Indians would like to see the late Bob Feller recognized in the same way.
Bobbleheads Of Jim Thome, Yan Gomes And Bob Feller Highlight Indians' 2016 Promotional ScheduleWhen it comes to giveaways in 2016, Indians fans will take home items honoring players from the past, present and future. On Saturday, Cleveland revealed their promotional schedule for the 2016 campaign, which will feature three bobbleheads, six jerseys and various wearable items and perforated-lens sunglasses.
Tribe Skipper Terry Francona Answers Questions About Indians RosterThe first sign of spring showed its face on Friday when Indians manager Terry Francona, or Punxsutawney Phil as Tribe play-by-play man Matt Underwood referred to him, emerged in front of a group of Cleveland baseball fans at the Ideastream studios.
Terry Francona Says "I Love The Fact I Know These Guys Really Well Now; I Do Think Chris' (Antonetti) Still Got One Trick Up His Sleeve This Winter"Terry Francona talks about Tribe Fest this weekend, Michael Brantley's recovery from injury, the changes in the roster for this upcoming season, the formula that the Royals have used in experiencing success, Francisco Lindor's potential...
Indians Announce Hall Of Fame Class Of 2016The Cleveland Indians announced their class of 2016 for their Hall of Fame on Friday morning.
Indians OF Michael Brantley Says Opening Day 'Target' After SurgeryThere are dates for Michael Brantley's return from shoulder surgery ranging from April to August. The Indians star outfielder doesn't have one circled.
Steve Phillips Says "There's Nobody To Fear" In Indians' Lineup, "A Lot Of Creative Options That Could Have Been Had There"Steve Phillips talks about the Indians' quiet offseason, why he believes the team needed to make a bigger splash in free agency, the strength in the starting pitching rotation and the missed opportunity he believes was there through free agency and trade...

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