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INDIANS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Did David Price have substance like pine tar on his hat?

David Price may have had some sort of substance underneath the brim of his hat when he pitched against the Cleveland Indians on Monday. Several photos that have made their way around the sites like Twitter and Reddit appear to show a blotch, though it’s hard to tell if it was simply a smudge or […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

Is There Hope for Trevor Bauer?

Written by numberFire (@numberFire) From head case and knucklehead to future ace and hard worker, many words have been used to describe Trevor Bauer. The former first-round pick out of UCLA was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2011, and proceeded to tear up the minor leagues. But considered a head case due to his unorthodox workout and warmup techniques, Bauer was traded to...
Via Cleveland Sports Chat
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Indians’ Youth Surging at the Right Time

#453162164 / gettyimages.com The Cleveland Indians are surging at the right time, and it’s all thanks to their youth. The Indians are currently 70-64 and sit just 3.5 games back of both the AL Central and the AL Wild Card spot leads. With 28 games left to play it is entirely possible that the Indians can make a postseason run in 2014. With the Royals starting to cool off and the...
Via TopSportsReport
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Indians Come Rolling Home

Cleveland Indians fans may be having a flashback as the calendar flips from August to September. That flashback should be taking you to exactly one year ago. After most people counted the 2013 Indians out of the postseason race in July, the Indians reeled off a magical August and September to keep things interesting. It culminated into one of the best finishes in franchise history...
Via Cleveland Sports Chat
1 day ago  |  Discuss

August 2014 Player Power Rankings

The Indians had a generally positive month of August (17-9-1) and they did so despite being the fourth worst team in the Majors in terms of runs scored (just 3.7 per game). In order to win 65.4% of their games, the Indians pitching staff has had to have been fantastic and was even better. The team’s 2.40 staff ERA is the best in all of baseball for August, largely because the starting...
Via Burning River Baseball
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Tomlin placed on paternity list, McAllister recalled

For the second time in three days, the Indians have placed a player on the paternity list. Josh Tomlin was placed on the list on Sunday and Zach McAllister was recalled from Columbus. Tomlin got the win in Saturday's 3-1 victory in 11 innings over Kansas City as he worked two innings and gave up a run on four hits with four strikeouts and a walk. Since being moved to the bullpen...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
2 days ago  |  Discuss

The WAR Room: Breaking down September callup candidates

The WAR Room is back again, bringing you the 2014 advanced stats for every Cleveland minor leaguer. After looking at the pitchers last week, today we focus on the hitters. Of course, it is always important to keep context in mind, just like with scouting. A pitcher who is old for his level using that experience to succeed against young, inexperienced hitters must be taken with...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Second Thoughts Game #134: Cleveland 3, Kansas City 2

On Saturday, Cleveland defeated Kansas City 3-2 in eleven innings. Cleveland struck out 13 Royals batters, allowed 2 runs, and used seven relievers, six of whom combined to make a grand total of ten outs. Welcome to Terry Francona's Indians in 2014. Enjoy your stay. The liberal use of the bullpen in 2014 has been a point of extreme intrigue, not that the entirety of the bullpen...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Hustle and Pitching Outlasts Miscues for Extra-Inning Win; Indians 3, Royals 2

Fingernails are no longer needed in this season. After Saturday evening, they’re all gone. In a nail-biter affair, where runs were a premium but opportunity was abound it appeared the Kansas City Royals were going to steal a win in the bottom of the eighth when the Cleveland Indians played poor defense to allow an unearned run to force extra innings. But it was the hustle of Jose...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
2 days ago  |  Discuss

8/30 Recap: Atchison Error Forces Extras, But Ramirez’s Run Wins It

Player of the Game There was good and bad in Trevor Bauer’s start tonight as noted below, but in general is was good enough. Bauer allowed just four hits, but walked five in 5.2 innings. He also struck out six as his breaking ball was his best friend. In the end, he didn’t allow a run although he got into trouble a few times. In his final inning, he left the game with two on...
Via Burning River Baseball
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Lonnie Chisenhall Hopes to Lead Mustache Revival

While the rest of the world is still clogging up social media with videos of themselves dumping water on their heads, Cleveland Indians Lonnie Chisenhall is attempting to rally his team to another worthwhile cause. Saving the mustache. Starting tomorrow The @Indians will begin growing mustaches to raise awareness for their extinction..more info to follow #growone — Lonnie Chisenhall...
Via Hall of Very Good
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians 3, White Sox 2: Carrasco 2.0 does it again

No matter how many times you want to bury the Tribe, or how many times they seem to try and bury themselves, they just keep coming back and winning the series. A night after losing a game they should have won with their ace Corey Kluber on the mound, it was up to Carlos Carrasco to keep the Indians on their current track. The goal, obviously, is to win every game, but they continue...
Via Waiting For Next Year
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Why the Indians Should Never Trade Nick Swisher

Photo by Chuck Crow, Plain Dealer However exciting the signing of Nick Swisher may have been back in December of 2012, the deal is now almost universally considered to be a bust. In his first two seasons, Swisher has batted .231/.316/.386 in 242 games and in his most recent year, he broke his streak of nine straight seasons with at least 21 home runs and 63 RBI. In 2014, he was undoubtedly...
Via Burning River Baseball
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Justin Brantley as Humble as Cousin is Smooth

Justin Brantley has every right to have an ego. The 23 year-old from Hudson, New York, is spending his first professional baseball season on a team that is about to make the play-offs. He boasts a 4-0 record, 1.36 ERA, and has two saves  in 23 relief appearances for the Lake County Captains this season. He has given up only six runs — all earned — and is holding opposing batters...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Ramsey Excited About Future With Indians

James Ramsey is excited to be part of the Cleveland Indians organization. While he waits for his chance to contribute at the big league level, he looks forward to playing a big role in the Columbus Clippers quest to win the International League West Division title this season. Acquired from the St. Louis Cardinals for Justin Masterson on July 30, the 6-foot, 190-pound outfielder...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
8 days ago  |  Discuss
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