Cincinnati’s Johnny Cueto made his spring debut and allowed one hit and struck out two in two scoreless innings on Thursday.
Joe Reedy Says House, Salazar the Favorites for Fifth Starter; Lindor Will Get the Call, But “Probably Not Until After the All-Star Break”
Joe Reedy talks about the Indians’ first few days of Spring Training games, how Trevor Bauer has looked so far in Goodyear, why the national expectations have risen with this team, the position battles and those dealing with platoons and the favorite for the final spot in the rotation…
Although his 290 steals since 2008 lead the majors, Bourn attempted just 16 steals — he was thrown out six times — in 2014. His legs failed him, prompting the Indians to approach him about trying something new and they pointed him toward Burrell, Houston’s track coach.
The Indians have their first major injury of the spring — manager Terry Francona’s red scooter is on the disabled list.
Schoop has been with the organization since he was 17 years old and taken time to develop. He’s a natural in the field, but never showed much at the plate aside from some slightly above average power for the position and just a bit of speed.
15 notes, quotes, or observations about the Cleveland Indians following their first two exhibition games of the spring:
Hyped shortstop Francisco Lindor, the top prospect in Cleveland’s organization, got two hits and showed off his glove Wednesday as the Indians beat the Cincinnati Reds 4-2 in a Cactus League exhibition.
Great Lakes Brewing Co. And Dynomite Burgers To Be Featured At Progressive Field This Season By Indians
Fans at Progressive Field will have even more local flavors dancing on their taste buds this season. On Wednesday, the Indians announced partnerships with Great Lakes Brewing Co. and Dynomite Burgers, two local business which will appear in Progressive Field’s new Right Field District this season.
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Brandon Phillips, Todd Frazier and Jay Bruce each had one of the Cincinnati Reds’ six doubles in a 10-0 win over the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday, the spring opener for both teams.