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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
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
Cleveland Indians: After 2019 season time to trade Francisco Lindor
Francisco Lindor is under the Cleveland Indians control for three more seasons, but the best time to trade him may be next offseason. Francisco Lindor talked, the media listened, and now the public has hit DEFCON-5 on when the Cleveland Indians’ shortstop will depart the franchise via free agency.
Six Indians players make MLB Network's Top 100 list, two players make top 10
CLEVELAND — The MLB Network wrapped up their annual countdown of the Top 100 players in the league on Thursday night, and the Cleveland Indians have two players in the top 10.
‘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.
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.
Carlos Carrasco: 2019 season must be ‘something really special’ for Indians
CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Indians were one win away from a World Series Championship in 2016, but over the last two years, they have made earlier-than-expected exits at the hands of the New York Yankees and Houston Astros in the American League Division Series.
Ballpark mustard maker drops Indians' Chief Wahoo logo
CLEVELAND — The maker of Cleveland's ballpark mustard is removing the Chief Wahoo logo from its branding and packaging to maintain longstanding ties with the Cleveland Indians baseball team.
Trevor Bauer: Arbitration hearing with Indians ended with 'character assassination'
GOODYEAR, Ariz. -- All-Star pitcher Trevor Bauer thought the Cleveland Indians had presented a better overall case against him in their latest salary arbitration hearing -- until the last 10 minutes, which he viewed as "character assassination" against him.
Francisco Lindor on potential extension with Cleveland Indians: 'That's not where we are right now'
Recovering from a right calf strain that could cost him the start of the regular season, Francisco Lindor's immediate future is one of the primary topics of conversation at Cleveland Indians Spring Training.
Trevor Bauer Claims Cleveland Indians Tried To Win Arbitration Hearing With "Character Assassination"
Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer has been through arbitration once before, but after this year’s showdown—he wanted $13 million, while the team offered $11 million—he walked away from it feeling a little hurt, although he did get the money he wanted.
Projecting the Indians’ 2019 Opening Day lineup
CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Indians went through their first full squad workout of Spring Training at Goodyear Ballpark in Goodyear, Arizona Monday, and before everyone knows it, the games that count will be upon us.
Indians broadcaster Matt Underwood to present Addie Joss documentary
Indians broadcaster Matt Underwood will present his documentary on Cleveland legend and Baseball Hall of Fame member Addie Joss at the Baseball Heritage Museum on Sunday, March 2.
Lindor Says a Long Term Deal Isn’t All About the Money; A Positive Sign for Indians Fans
Complete with blue hair and a strained calf muscle, Indians superstar shortstop Francisco Lindor made his first comments today in Spring Training in Goodyear, and a lot of it surrounded the almighty dollar.
Indians hold first workout without star shortstop
GOODYEAR, Ariz. — After their best player discussed his injury and an uncertain future, the Indians got to work on the present. Cleveland held its first full-squad workout of spring training on Monday, the first step for a talented team that looks very different than the one which captured its third
Cleveland Indians like infielder Yu Chang’s versatility: Prospect report
GOODYEAR, Ariz. – This promises to be an interesting spring for prospect Yu Chang. He’s coming off a good season in the Arizona Fall League where he played third base for the Glendale Desert Dogs and hit .337 (29-for-86) with four doubles, four homers and 17 RBI. He was named to the AFL All-Star tea
What if the Indians are the Bryce Harper mystery team?
There are “multiple mystery teams” interested in Bryce Harper, according to a reporter who has spent the last several months finding new ways to say that the Phillies are probably going to sign Bryce Harper.
Indians’ All-Star Lindor focused on health, not big contract
GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) — Indians All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor says now is not the time to worry about a long-term contract. The 25-year-old shortstop spoke Monday for the first time since straining his right calf during an offseason workout in Florida. Lindor, who could miss and opening day, sa
Cleveland’s ballpark mustard maker removing Chief Wahoo logo
CLEVELAND — The maker of Cleveland’s ballpark mustard is removing the Chief Wahoo logo from its branding and packaging to maintain longstanding ties with the Cleveland Indians baseball team.
Trevor Bauer accuses Indians of 'character assassination' during salary arbitration hearing
Trevor Bauer won his arbitration hearing with the Cleveland Indians last week, getting the $13 million contract he asked for instead of the $11 million the Indians had offered him. But Bauer, ever outspoken, still isn’t happy.