Carlos Carrasco gave up five runs in less than five innings on Sunday, as the Cleveland Indians are still searching for their first series win against an AL Central opponent this season, dropping Sunday’s finale in Detroit, 8-6.
Miguel Cabrera homered and drove in three runs and the Detroit Tigers beat the Cleveland Indians 8-6 Sunday.
Another slow start has plagued the Indians in April, as they have opened the 2015 MLB season with a 6-10 record in their first 16 games and have struggled to play consistently well in some key AL Central early season matchups. With this year’s campaign still in its infancy, here is this season’s first edition of Tribe Fact or Fiction:
Trevor Bauer felt ill before the game, got scratched, but it was the Indians’ bats feeling sick once again in Saturday’s 4-1 loss to the Detroit Tigers.
Trevor Bauer, the Indians’ scheduled pitcher for Saturday in Detroit, was scratched from his start due to illness.
Nick Swisher, in his first rehab game, will play right field for the Columbus Clippers on Friday night.
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Corey Kluber made his share of mistakes, and the reigning AL Cy Young Award winner gave up a career-high 13 hits.
Jeff Samardzija threw six shutout innings to outduel Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber and the Chicago White Sox beat the Cleveland Indians 6-0 on Wednesday.
Carlos Carrasco struck out eight in five innings in his first start since being hit in the face by a line drive and Carlos Santana and David Murphy smacked solo home runs as the Cleveland Indians beat the Chicago White Sox 6-2 on Tuesday night.