Indians Beat Rays Behind Clevinger, Bruce, 3-0Jay Bruce drove in his first two runs for the Cleveland Indians and Mike Clevinger struck out nine in seven innings Saturday night in a 3-0 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays.
Smoke Signals: Carrasco's 'Nastiest,' Success In Tampa; Bruce's First StartThere is currently a poll being run by a major sports outlet that asks fans which pitch, relative to the man throwing it, is the “nastiest” in baseball.
Indians' GM Mike Chernoff: Ownership Really Stepped Up With Willingness To Invest In Jay BruceCleveland Indians' GM Mike Chernoff talks about the trade to acquire Jay Bruce from the Mets, and whether the team could make more moves.
Jim Donovan: I Think The Browns Defense Will Be The Foundation Of A Turnaround And Myles Garrett Is The Corner StoneThe voice of the Cleveland Browns, Jim Donovan, joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to preview Browns vs. Saints tonight.
Alex Hooper Breaks Down The Jay Bruce Trade With Carman And LimaOur Indians beat reporter Alex Hooper joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to breakdown the Jay Bruce trade for the Tribe.
Timing Right As Indians Seek Fill-In, Find UpgradeThough the Bruce addition was made to fill the holes created by Brantley and Chisenhall, the newest member of the Tribe outfield has out-performed those he is filling in for.
Indians Deal For Mets OF Jay BruceReports have the Indians sending back prospect Ryder Ryan in the deal as they absorb the remaining $5 million of Bruce's contract.
Top-10 Indians Trade Targets: Deadline Day EditionThe Indians have won 9-of-10, but have only gained a half-game on the Kansas City Royals and the team is capable of upgrading.
10 Names That The Indians Could Pursue Via TradeWhile the Indians have played better in the beginning of their seven-game homestand, it has been apparent that the roster is able to be upgraded.
Quick Hits: Indians 9, Reds 4Here is everything you need to know about the Indians' 9-4 win over the Reds on Saturday night:
The Big Shift: Infields Spin In Response To Data ExplosionTwentysomethings sit in rows inside a two-story, red brick building in an Allentown suburb that Norman Rockwell could have painted. Using a keyboard and a pair of screens each, the video scouts note every one of the 700,000 pitches and 130,000 batted balls in the major leagues each year, night after night after night.
David Murphy Falls Victim To Odd Play In Tribe LossThe hidden ball trick is an old classic - but how about an old fashioned game of which ball is which?