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Cleveland Indians top Reds 3-0 in spring training match-up, officially sign Tyler Clippard

GOODYEAR, Arizona – The Cleveland Indians began cactus league play as they took the field Saturday in Goodyear, Arizona against the Cincinnati Reds. It was the first chance to see the team since a number of off-season player changes.


Cleveland Indians: Talkin’ outfield prospects, Trevor Bauer – Terry Pluto

1. In 2016, Tyler Naquin was the surprise of spring training and earned a spot on the opening day roster when Michael Brantley was injured. Naquin spent most of that season with the Tribe, batting .296 (.886 OPS) with 14 HR and 43 RBI in 321 at bats.


VIDEO: Indians’ Corey Kluber plays ball with son and it’s absolutely adorable!

CLEVELAND — It seems like baseball talent may run in the family. The Cleveland Indians shared the cutest video of pitcher Corey Kluber playing ball with his son, Camden. The video shows Camden swing and hit. Honestly, it’s just so adorable.


Top 25 Most Popular Cleveland Indians Players of All-Time

Since the Cleveland ‘Indians’ came into existence (following the departure of Nap Lajoie in 1914 when they were known as the Cleveland Naps), there’s been plenty of fan favorites who have been embraced by the fans by the Lakefront of the last 100 plus years.


Indians Pitcher Mike Clevinger Has Absolutely Insane Quote About His Athleticism

​During Spring Training, Cleveland Indians' pitchers were discussing who among them was the most athletic. When the players singled out ​Mike Clevinger, he had a hilarious response to being named the most athletic hurler ​in the rotation.


Indians Begin the Spring with a 3-3 Tie Against the Reds

The Indians and Cincinnati Reds played to a 3-3, 9-inning tie on Saturday in Goodyear Ballpark. The Tribe opened the scoring with a pair of runs in the 2nd inning, a solo shot from Tyler Naquin and later followed by a Ryan Flaherty RBI double.


Cleveland Indians’ Terry Francona puts end of game in hands of Brad Hand

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Bullpens are built from the backend out. It has usually been a good starting point for the Indians. Closers Doug Jones, Jose Mesa, Mike Jackson, Bob Wickman, Joe Borowski, Chris Perez and Cody Allen all knew how to save a game. Even Ernie Camacho had his moments.


Cleveland Indians SP Trevor Bauer reveals unique dating rules in Sports Illustrated profile

On the surface, Trevor Bauer would seemingly be one of one Cleveland's most eligible bachelors: He's 28, he's famous and was just awarded a $13 million salary for 2019. But if you’re interested in a relationship with the Cleveland Indians starting pitcher, you’re going to have to agree to a certain


Jake of all trades: Indians counting on new arrival Bauers

GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) — The Cleveland Indians are heading into the 2019 season missing some big bats from last year's lineup. They hope Jake Bauers brought one from Tampa. FILE - In this Sept. 19, 2018, file photo, Tampa Bay Rays first baseman Jake Bauers plays during the second inning of the team's


Oh, that opening day lineup and 3 other things about the Cleveland Indians

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- It's time for baseball in the desert for the Indians as they open their spring-training schedule Saturday with a game against the Reds at Goodyear Ballpark. Yes, it will be the debut of that lineup picked clean over the winter by trades and free agency. So here's what the Tribe's


What Manny Machado's new contract means for Cleveland Indians SS Francisco Lindor

As baseball's two biggest free agents in recent memory remained unemployed, a small glimmer of hope began to build for the Cleveland Indians. Perhaps baseball's big contract bubble had finally burst, some thought. Maybe Francisco Lindor -- due to become a free agent in 2022 -- might be better off si


Cleveland Indians’ Roberto Perez finally gets his chance to catch every day

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Players usually don’t go to winter ball when they’re 29. By that time, if they’re still in the big leagues, they’ve already done their time in the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico or Venezuela.


Corey Kluber: ‘I enjoy it here,’ ready to focus on helping Indians win World Series

CLEVELAND — Cleveland Indians ace pitcher Corey Kluber is ready to get to work in spring training. Kluber was the subject of many “reports” and rumors during the offseason, but he arrived to Goodyear Ballpark in Goodyear, Arizona just like his teammates when the pitchers and catchers reported for th


Two monster seasons, one monster slump: What motivates Cleveland Indians’ Jose Ramirez?

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Jose Ramirez always looks like the life of the party. Whether he’s walking through the locker room or playing third base, it seems like music should be playing with peals of laughter and the popping champagne corks in the background.


Looking for a reason not to worry? Cleveland Indians have 6 players in MLB top 100 – Terry Pluto

CLEVELAND, Ohio – For Indians fans, this has been a gloomy winter. The team cut payroll and traded veterans such as Yan Gomes, Yonder Alonso and Edwin Encarnacion. Michael Brantley, Andrew Miller and Cody Allen left via free agency.


‘One, no feelings’: Indians’ Trevor Bauer shares three rules in his dating life

CLEVELAND, Ohio — In an interview with “Sports Illustrated,” the Cleveland Indians pitcher gives readers a little insight into his dating life. The story is primarily about his baseball career. But he also outlined his “three rules” for dating.


Bulked-up Bobby Bradley waiting for his time with Cleveland Indians: Prospect report

GOODYEAR, Ariz. – Bobby Bradley is looking for more balance in 2019. Last year he rode the baseball roller coaster until his head spun. The Indians invited Bradley, their third-round pick in 2014, to big league camp last year. He walked through the clubhouse doors 30 pounds lighter than he weighed a


Indians Manager Francona Cuts the Ribbon of a New Aquatic Therapy Machine at the Tribe’s Spring Training Facility

If there’s one thing that Indians manager Terry Francona likes to do to feel better from the rigors of managing and at one point playing in the Majors for many years is get in the water and swim every day.


Spring Training Game One: Reds vs Indians

The Redlegs of Cincinnati and Goodyear are going to start slam-dunking baseballs again as they are set to play nine against the Cleveland Indians. I’m sure we’ll see 200 different fellas take to the field today, so I’m not bothering with lineups and such.


News is all good for Indians outfielder Leonys Martin

Leonys Martin will likely be in center field when the Indians open the regular season on March 28 in Minnesota, or if not in center than in one of the corner spots in the outfield.