Surgery Still A Possibility For Indians C Roberto Perez, RHP Cody Anderson To Start Saturday, Carlos Carrasco Update: Indians NotesRoberto Perez is hoping to avoid surgery on his fractured right thumb, but going under the knife still a possibility for the Indians' backup catcher. Perez will have his fractured right thumb looked at by Dr. Graham on Thursday. The results of that re-examination will determine the next course of action for Cleveland.
Dan O'Dowd Says "For The First Time In A Long Time, It Seems To Me The Browns Have A Definitive Direction", Credits DePodestaDan O'Dowd talks about the Indians' struggles as of late, why he believes Indians GM Chris Antonetti is one of the best in the business, his experience in hiring now Browns executive Paul DePodesta during his time with the Indians, why he likes the direction of the Browns' organization...
Indians Lose Roberto Perez To Thumb Injury; Catcher Placed On DL Prior To Sunday's Game vs. PhilliesNormally, losing a backup isn't a big blow. But Roberto Perez isn't your ordinary backup. Unfortunately for Cleveland, the Indians will be without their reserve catcher for the time being due to a fractured right thumb. In his place, the Tribe purchased the contract of catcher Adam Moore from Triple-A Columbus.
Phillies Hold On For 5th Straight Win, Beat Indians 4-3Freddy Galvis homered and had the go-ahead single to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to their fifth straight win, 4-3 over the Cleveland Indians on Saturday night.
Indians Victimized By Walk-Off For Third Time This Week, Lose To Phillies 4-3 In 11 InningsFor the third time in the past four games, the Cleveland Indians were forced to walk off the field with their heads down as the opposition sprinted past them in jubilation. Cody Allen allowed a walk-off solo homer to Philadelphia slugger Ryan Howard in the bottom of the 11th, as Cleveland lost the series opener to the Phillies on Friday night, 4-3.
Indians Activate RHP Tommy Hunter From DL, LHP Ross Detwiler DFA'dThe Cleveland Indians made some adjustments in their bullpen prior to Friday's series opener in Philadelphia, activating hard-throwing right-hander Tommy Hunter from the 15-day disabled list and designating lefty Ross Detwiler for assignment.
Indians Avoid Sweep In Minnesota By Beating Twins 6-5Carlos Santana collected three more hits out of the lead off spot, Francisco Lindor drove in three runs, and the Cleveland Indians salvaged Wednesday's series finale against the Minnesota Twins, avoiding the sweep by a final of 6-5.
Indians Option Starter Cody Anderson To AAA, Will Go To 4-Man Rotation Until May 7; Reliever Kyle Crockett RecalledAfter three consecutive rough starts, the Cleveland Indians optioned right-handed starting pitcher Cody Anderson back to Triple-A Columbus on Wednesday. In his place, the club recalled left-handed reliever Kyle Crockett from the Clippers.
The Ken Carman Show On Demand Rundown, 04/27Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.
Indians Lose On Twins Walk-Off For Second Straight NightMike Napoli stepped up with a game-tying homer in the top of the ninth, but Miguel Sano drove a walk-off, run-scoring single to center field in the bottom of the inning, as the Cleveland Indians dropped their second consecutive game to the Minnesota Twins, losing Tuesday's contest, 6-5.
The Ken Carman Show On Demand Rundown, 04/26Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.
Indians Activate OF Michael Brantley, RHP Carlos Carrasco To Miss 4-6 Weeks With Hamstring StrainJust as the Cleveland Indians get one talented player back from the disabled list, they lose another one to injury. On Monday, the Tribe activated outfielder Michael Brantley from the 15-day DL, taking the spot of right-handed pitcher Carlos Carrasco, who injured his left hamstring in Sunday's 6-3 victory over the Detroit Tigers.

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