For Trevor Bauer, it had become like a real life game of hide-and-seek.
On Friday, he appeared to once again find what he was searching for.
Trevor Bauer held the Angels to just one run over eight innings, and the Indians offense was able to finally break through for three runs in the bottom of the seventh, as Cleveland held on to best Los Angeles on Friday night, 3-1.
Indians Manager Terry Francona Has ‘No Intention’ Of Using Possible Opt-Out As ‘Leverage For Another Job’
If Mark Shapiro were to leave the Indians organization this off-season, what would that mean for manager Terry Francona?
Due to illness, Danny Salazar was scratched from Friday night’s start against the Los Angeles Angels, the Cleveland Indians announced on Friday afternoon.
Cleveland Plain Dealer Columnist Dennis Manoloff joined Baskin & Phelps Thursday for yet another rant on what’s bugging him lately, along with plenty conversation about the Indians, their hot play lately, and more.
Indians beat reporter Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer joined Baskin & Phelps Thursday to discuss the hot play of the Tribe who are within 5 games of the second wild card spot, the terrific play of rookie Francisco Lindor since the all star break, and the prospect of putting up netting in MLB ballparks from home plate to the foul poles.
There isn’t much more the Indians could have asked of Cody Anderson.
Fresh off his activation from the 15-day disabled list, Anderson subbed in for Carlos Carrasco on Wednesday night and pitched into the fifth to help Cleveland sweep a short two-game series with the Milwaukee Brewers at Progressive Field.
Jason Kipnis homered and drove in three runs, and the Cleveland Indians used six pitchers in a 6-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday night.
Gavin Floyd may be an afterthought to many Indians fans, but Cleveland still believes the righty can make an impact for the big league club before the 2015 campaign comes to an end.
In the midst of a very disappointing season, it is extremely easy to focus on the negatives. And for the Indians, there are quite a few of them.
But Cleveland’s 11-6 win over the Brewers on Tuesday night served as a reminder: The Tribe have a built a very impressive young core. And a a number of them were on display in the Indians’ victory over Milwaukee.