Dodgers Get Texas Ace Yu DarvishThe 30-year-old Darvish is a four-time All-Star. He is 6-9 with a 4.01 ERA in 22 starts this season as he comes back from Tommy John surgery.
Rangers Flip Lucroy to RockiesThe three-time All-Star entered Sunday slashing .242/.297/.338 in 77 appearances.
Kluber Strikes Out 12 As Indians Beat Rangers 5-1Corey Kluber allowed three hits and struck out 12 in eight innings to help the Cleveland Indians beat the Texas Rangers 5-1 on Thursday.
Rangers Pitcher Cashner Hit On Elbow By Broken BatCashner went down on his knees behind the mound and held the elbow as manager Jeff Banister and a team trainer came out. He threw a warmup pitch and remained in the game.
Positive Results Emerge From Statistical Improbability For RangersA night after a 15 run, 19 hit comeback win, the Indians mustered just 3 base hits, none of those coming between the 3rd and 8th innings.
Carman And Lima: Are You Allowed To Leave A Game Early?The Indians had an amazing comeback victory last night against the Rangers after trailing 9-2 in the 4th inning.  There were a few different opportunities to leave the game early and Ken Carman & Anthony Lima want to know if you would be considered a bad fan for leaving any game before it's over?
A Year Later, Indians Winning Vetoed Lucroy DealThe Cleveland Indians made two blockbuster trades at the Trade Deadline in 2016, one which propelled the team to the American League pennant. The other never happened.
Alex Hooper: Danny Salazar Has Cy Young Capability, Needs To Work On LocationOur Indians beat reporter Alex Hooper joined The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima to talk about the Tribe's sweep of the Texas Rangers to open the season.
Smoke Signals: Lindor's Expressions, Andrus' Success, and Naquin's Lucky BounceEvery athlete is taught to have a “next-play” mentality, but it’s the special ones that are able to kick their game into another level when the last play was on them.
Lindor Slam Gives AL Champ Indians Opening Sweep of RangersFrancisco Lindor hit a go-ahead grand slam off closer Sam Dyson in the ninth inning and the defending AL champion Cleveland Indians completed a season-opening sweep with a 9-6 victory over the Texas Rangers on Wednesday night.
Indians A.L. Championship X-Factors Resurface Through Two GamesTerry Francona's side knew they would only be able to count on starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco for so long. The righty made his first start since September 17th of last season, and probably exceeded expectations, getting through 5 2/3 innings on an efficient 78 pitches.