The Baseball Report: Cano Suspended 80 Games, Cardinals Reliever Hits 105 On Radar GunA busy week in Major League baseball saw the Mariners second baseman suspended and a new king of the fastest pitch crowned.
Erik Gonzalez Leaves Injured As Indians Sweep Split Squad GamesThe 26-year-old walked off the field with a trainer before returning to Goodyear for further evaluation.
Indians Ink All-Star First Baseman Yonder Alonso To DealAlonso split the year between Oakland and Seattle, being dealt at the trade deadline for rookie Boog Powell.
Indians Deal RHP Shawn Armstrong To MarinersSince his major league debut in 2015, Armstrong appeared in 39 contests, posting a 1-0 record and 3.53 ERA. He allowed 17 runs all earned on 37 hits over 43 1/3 innings, while walking 17 and striking out 38.
Cleveland Indians Defeat Mariners 11-4, Carrasco Notches 17th Win Tied For Most In ALNow that he's set a Cleveland record for home runs by a middle infielder, Francisco Lindor would rather remember 2017 for a far bigger accomplishment.
Cruz Hits 2-Run Shot in 9th, Mariners Beat Indians 3-1Nelson Cruz hit a game-ending two-run homer in the ninth inning, lifting the Seattle Mariners over the Cleveland Indians 3-1 on Friday night.
Cleveland Indians Homestand Wrap-Up: April 25-30An Index of all Cleveland Indians coverage from the homestand at Progressive Field from April 25 to April 30. The Indians topped the Astros and Mariners by two games to one.
Smoke Signals: Tito's Best April, De Jong's Pull Party, and Trust in GoodyIf for some reason Indians fans feel the need for another reason to be optimistic about their defending American League Champions, the team just finished their best April under the best manager in franchise history.
Brantley, Lindor Spark 8-Run 3rd As Indians Rout MarinersMichael Brantley homered and Francisco Lindor had a two-run double as the Cleveland Indians scored eight times in the third inning of a 12-4 victory over the weary Seattle Mariners on Sunday.
Salazar, Bullpen Hold Seattle Hitless in Last 8, Indians WinDanny Salazar got off to a rocky start, then combined with two Cleveland relievers to hold the Seattle Mariners hitless over the final eight innings Saturday and give the Indians a 4-3 win.
Smoke Signals: Carrasco's Mistakes, Gamel's Fat Chance, and Pazos's Rocking Chair“Tough luck loser” would probably be an apt term for Carlos Carrasco’s fifth start of the year.
Mariners' Miranda Tops Indians; Cano, Gamel Homer in 3-1 WinAriel Miranda allowed two hits and pitched into the sixth inning, Robinson Cano and Ben Gamel homered and the Seattle Mariners defeated the Cleveland Indians 3-1 on Friday night.