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  • Indians unable to back solid Bauer vs. O's
    Through the first three innings at Camden Yards on Friday, Trevor Bauer looked as if he were on track for a special outing, allowing no hits and registering four strikeouts. But with the way Cleveland's struggling offense has been going, a couple of mistakes would prove to be the difference in a hard-luck 3-1 defeat to the Orioles in which Bauer registered a quality start yet still took the loss.
  • Salazar among Indians making rehab progress
    The Indians' collection of injured players all remain on the shelf for now, but there has been enough progress made during their rehab work that manager Terry Francona has a positive outlook about their return, especially in the case of starter Danny Salazar.
  • Clevinger seeking continued success vs. O's
    Right-hander Mike Clevinger (1-0, 2.70 ERA) takes the hill after an extended seven-day rest in a 4:05 p.m. ET start Saturday vs. Chris Tillman and the Orioles. Clevinger picked up two victories against the O's last season, including a win at Baltimore on June 22.
  • Haase among top prospect performers
    Indians catcher Eric Haase was among top prospect performers on Friday.
  • Napoli to have season-ending knee surgery
    Mike Napoli sustained a serious right knee injury while playing for Triple-A Columbus on Tuesday, creating questions about where the first baseman's career will go from here. The Indians announced prior to Thursday's game in Baltimore that Napoli will require season-ending surgery.
  • Checking in on AL Central new guys: Alonso
    New faces abound in the American League Central in 2018, some young and some old. Let's go around the horn in the division and check out the new guys.
  • Inbox: Is Ramirez's slow start cause for concern?
    The Indians are 9.9 percent of the way through their 162-game regular season schedule, so it's still too early to make any sweeping conclusions about any individuals in the lineup.
  • Indians' Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Indians have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Cleveland's Top 30 Prospects on MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
  • Tribe drops 16-inning duel in Puerto Rico finale
    In a 2-1 loss to the Twins in 16 innings, Indians starter Carlos Carrasco logged seven shutout innings, trading zeros with the Twins' emerging ace, Jose Berrios. The fans who endured an island-wide power outage earlier in the day were not only rewarded with a Major League game under the lights, but a pitchers' duel that extended deep into extra innings.
  • 'Bebo' feels blessed to play for mom in PR
    It was "Bebo Day" on Wednesday night at Hiram Bithorn Stadium, where Roberto Perez was playing in Puerto Rico for the first time with a Major League team. His mother, whom he briefly lost touch with after Hurricane Maria ravaged the island in September, was among his loved ones in the stands.
  • Nearly a Duke hoopster, Benson loving baseball
    Indians No. 7 prospect Will Benson is starting to show promising signs of improvement as he learns to solely focus on his baseball development.
  • Despacito's Daddy Yankee throws 1st pitch
    One of the biggest names in the music industry delivered once again. Puerto Rico's own Daddy Yankee threw out the ceremonial first pitch as part of a star-studded program before the final game between the Twins and the Indians in the Puerto Rico Series on Wednesday night.
  • Homecoming king: Lindor homers in return to PR
    Francisco Lindor opened the scoring in his native home of Puerto Rico, hitting a two-run home run in the 5th inning with two outs in the Puerto Rico Series on Tuesday against the Twins.
  • Kluber stymies Twins as Tribe hits four HRs
    Amidst all the noise within Hiram Bithorn Stadium on Tuesday night, Corey Kluber put his intense focus on full display for the raucous crowd. The Indians' ace ignored the tambourines and thundersticks and whistles and horns and chants, and delivered another strong performance.
  • Crowd erupts after Lindor's HR in Puerto Rico
    Crowd erupts after Lindor's HR in Puerto Rico
  • PR Series opens with celebration of heroes
    The island's heroes stood side by side in front of the pitcher's mound and spirit of Puerto Rico was on display in front of a sold-out crowd at Hiram Bithorn Stadium on Tuesday. The thunderous applause confirmed it.
  • 'Like old times': Sandy Alomar Jr. returns home
    When the Indians arrived in Puerto Rico, Sandy Alomar Jr.'s first priority was to plan a trip to the southern section of the island to visit his parents. He had not been home to Salinas since Hurricane Maria to see the damage inflicted on their home.
  • Perez out to become catching legend in PR
    Inside the main concourse of Hiram Bithorn Stadium is a colorful mural stretching across a long wall. Fans who walk through the main entrance are greeted by paintings of Ivan Rodriguez, Benito Santiago, Yadier Molina and other great catchers who hail from Puerto Rico.
  • Bieber, Hentges lead top prospect performers
    Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Tuesday.
  • MLB donates $1M, vehicles for PR recovery
    Prior to the opener of the two-game Puerto Rico Series at Hiram Bithorn Stadium, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred was joined by former Major Leaguer Bernie Williams, members of the Indians and Twins' front office and a group of Puerto Rico-born players to announce the donation of $1 million to Habitat for Humanity. Two vehicles were gifted, along with supplies, to continue to aid mobile response teams for the island's ongoing recovery.
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