'The Streak' Providing Playoff Experience Before OctoberIf even for just one more night, the streak lived on.
'Throat Punch' The End For Royals, Just The Start For IndiansThe Indians completed three-straight shutout victories over a single opponent, their first such streak since September of 1956.
Kepler's Homer Sparks Twins In DH Split With IndiansYan Gomes and Jason Kipnis each homered and had three hits for the Indians in a 9-3 victory in the opener as the Twins set a franchise record with 19 strikeouts.
Jackson Stays Alive By One Grain Of Wood, Opens Pressure ValveThe Colorado Rockies struck for their only run before making any outs against the Indians on Tuesday. The Indians waited until they were down to their last out to score all of theirs.
Salazar Keeping Velocity High, Hopes HigherAny concerns over whether or not Danny Salazar can return to form for the stretch run can now officially be tabled. So can any concerns about the Indians needing a third starter.
Kluber's Latest Masterpiece Invented On The FlyThough the former Cy Young winner may still be climbing the ladder, his long-time battery-mate Yan Gomes sees an aspect of Kluber’s game that is tops in his mind.
Indians Pressing At the Plate, Pressing For AnswersWhen you turn in 14 hits, but only 2 runs, can there really be a whole lot of other answers?
Zack Meisel: It's Time To Drop Francisco Lindor In The LineupZack talks about the Tribe's struggles at home, how to should shuffle the lineup and who to watch for in potential trade scenarios.
Mistakes, Lack of Championship Plays Stymieing IndiansCleveland Indians manager Terry Francona has said his team not making the plays that allowed them to be in a championship position in 2016.
Not Showing His Cards, Yan Gomes Learns From Stipe MiocicOne Brazilian who was happy about Miocic’s extended title reign was his close friend, Indians catcher Yan Gomes, the first Brazilian-born player in the history of Major League Baseball.
Smoke Signals: Splitting Splits and Salazar Starting SlowThe Indians were bereft of offense at times during their nine game road trip, in which they finished 4-5.