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2017 Schedule
50-45, 1st in AL Cent
Lindor hits first career walk-off homer (0:36)
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Salazar back in Tribe rotation

RHP Danny Salazar has been activated from the 10-day disabled list and will start Saturday against the Blue Jays. The Indians optioned LHP Ryan Merritt to Triple-A Columbus to make room.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Asdrúbal Cabrera with his first career start at third base. This is his second career game at third base; he previously played third on August 8, 2007 with Cleveland at Chicago-AL.

Indians capture eight runs in the seventh (1:09)
Encarnación's power lifts the tribe past the Blue Jays (1:08)
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Kluber has stiff neck, hopes to pitch Sunday

Indians ace Corey Kluber said his stiff neck was feeling better after playing catch Thursday, and he's hopeful he can start Sunday after missing his turn Friday.


Josh Tomlin's solid outing lifts Indians past Giants 5-3

Josh Tomlin struck out five and pitched into the eighth inning to win back-to-back starts for the first time this year, and the Cleveland Indians capitalized on two costly errors to rally and beat the San Francisco Giants 5-3 on Monday night.


BBTN: Nats Make A Splash, Judge, Trade Market

Before a conversation between Karl Ravech and Aaron Judge, Buster Olney talks to Jerry Crasnick about the Nats' trade for relievers, why the Dodgers, Red Sox and Indians are in a unique spot in the trade market and more. Plus, Todd Radom reveals the 11th best logo of all time.

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Almonte, Vargas hit 450-plus foot homers

The long ball once again dominated on Sunday, with three home runs going farther than 430 feet, including Abraham Almonte's ninth-inning blast against the A's.


Bauer gets just 2 outs; A's top Indians 7-3 for 3-game sweep

Cleveland starter Trevor Bauer got just two outs in a four-run first inning and matched the shortest start of his big league career as the Oakland Athletics beat the Indians 7-3 on Sunday to complete a surprising sweep of the AL Central leader.

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As trade rumors buzz phone, Gray helps A's win

Sonny Gray helped deliver a shutout win over the Indians, but the A's pitcher said it "would be nice to have some feedback" from the front office as trade rumors swirl around him.

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Chisenhall to DL, Naquin recalled

The Indians placed outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall (right calf strain) on the 10-day disabled list, retroactive to July 10, and recalled outfielder Tyler Naquin from Triple-A Columbus. Chisenhall was injured in Cleveland's final game before the All-Star break. Naquin has hit .309/.372/.496 with five home runs in the minors this season.

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8dDavid Schoenfield

One second-half goal for Indians

If Trevor Bauer and Danny Salazar can't figure it out in the second half, the Indians may have to consider finding another starter to beef up their rotation.

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Francona feeling 'better,' rejoins team out West

Indians manager Terry Francona rejoined his team Thursday for an extended stay in Northern California, one week after undergoing a minor procedure for an irregular heartbeat.

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Keith Law

Midseason Top 50 prospects update: Mejia makes big jump

Francisco Mejia is hitting .341/.372/.525 across three levels since the start of 2016, and he's a catcher. His defense might be the only thing holding him back from ranking No. 1.

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10dDan Szymborski, Special to ESPN.com

The one move the Indians should make in the second half

Jason Kipnis (.292 OBP) and Francisco Lindor (.312) are great players, but they are miscast as top-of-the-order guys on a team with four players with an on-base percentage of at least .350.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2609th
On Base Percentage.3346th
Slugging Percentage.43611th
Earned Run Average3.804th
Quality Starts45Tied-10th

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