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ICYMI at DTTWLN – March 28 to April 3

ICYMI at DTTWLN – March 28 to April 3

| On 04, Apr 2016

The long wait is over – baseball is back on the shores of Lake Erie.

Today, the Cleveland Indians and the Boston Red Sox meet for the first of their six meetings this season and the only matchup in Progressive Field between the two clubs. As both teams prepared for this day, plenty of news and notes took place as each club finalized their roster.

There were a few surprises on the Indians roster, as Ross Detwiler and Joba Chamberlain were named winners of bullpen spots. Trevor Bauer was the unexpected loser of the four and fifth starter camp battles and also landed in the bullpen. Michael Brantley and Lonnie Chisenhall were placed on the 15-day disabled list and Tommy Hunter will follow suit prior to the home opener. To make room for the minor league guys Detwiler and Marlon Byrd, Zach Walters and Giovanni Soto were designated for assignment, with more moves to come on Monday.

Here’s what else you may have missed in the final week before six months of official Tribe baseball…

Stories You May Have Missed Last Week:
3/28/16 – Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 7: Catching Up With Kenny Lofton (Steve Eby)
3/28/16 – Can Cleveland Continue Strong Play Against Improving AL West? (Bob)
3/28/16 – Chisenhall to Debut on DL; Indians Roster Nearly Finalized (Bob)
3/29/16 – Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 6: Zach Walters (Bob)
3/29/16 – Power on Display When Indians Pitching Meets Mighty AL East Bats (Bob)
3/30/16 – Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 5: Lou Boudreau (Bob)
3/30/16 – Feller Museum Finds Home at Progressive Field’s Terrace Club (Vince Guerrieri)
3/30/16 – Francisco Lindor Versus the Sophomore Slump (Danny Madden)
3/31/16 – Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 4: Catching Up With David Bell (Steve)
3/31/16 – Can the Tribe Tame the Tigers in 2016 (Bob)
4/1/16 – Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 3: Earl Averill (Bob)
4/1/16 – Can Cleveland Solve Southpaws of Chicago’s Southside (Bob)
4/2/16 – Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 2: Catching Up With Einar Diaz (Steve)
4/2/16 – Indians Need to Reverse Trend of Recent Opening Months (Craig Gifford)
4/2/16 – Can Young Twins Overtake Tribe Again in the Standings? (Bob)
4/3/16 – Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 1: Bobby Avila (Vince)
4/3/16 – Can Cleveland Catch Kansas City for the Central Crown? (Bob)
4/3/16 – Cleveland’s All-Time Opening Day Starting Lineup (Steve)
4/3/16 – Indians Announce Roster Moves Heading into Opening Day (Bob)

Last Week in Tribe History (Bob):
March 28, 1992
March 29, 2006
March 30, 1978
March 31, 1993
April 1, 1915
April 2, 1962
April 3, 2011

Podcasts You May Have Missed:
Tribe Time Now 45: Kitten Kicker Kipnis

Spring Training Player Profiles (40-man and remaining roster candidates):
Austin AdamsCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 49 (Bob)
Jesus AguilarCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 36 (Bob)
Cody AllenCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 37 (Bob)
Abraham AlmonteCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 35 (Craig Gifford)
Cody AndersonCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 56 (Craig)
Shawn ArmstrongCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 51 (Laurel Wilder)
Dylan BakerBaker Looking to Bounce Back from Lost Season (Bob)
Trevor BauerCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 47 (Bob)
Michael BrantleyCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 23 (Bob)
Joey ButlerButler on the Bubble for an Indians Bench Role (Bob)
Marlon ByrdIndians Take Flyer on Byrd; Brantley Returns (Bob)
Carlos CarrascoCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 59 (Danny Madden)
Joba ChamberlainChamberlain Hoping to Make Squad and Erase Images of “Bug Game” (Craig)
Lonnie ChisenhallCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 8 (Bob)
Michael ClevingerA Healthy Clevinger Climbing Cleveland’s Prospect Rankings (Bob)
Collin CowgillCowgill is a Platoon Candidate in Tribe Outfield (Bob)
Kyle CrockettCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 57 (Bob)
Rajai DavisWhere Does Rajai Davis Fit Into Cleveland’s Plans for 2016? (David Freier)
Ross DetwilerCan Detwiler Crack Through Cleveland’s Crowded Pen? (Bob)
Erik GonzalezOn Lindor’s Heels, Erik Gonzalez Looks for a Hole to Fill (Laurel)
Yan GomesCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 10 (Bob)
Robbie GrossmanIs Grossman a Candidate in Cleveland’s Outfield Competition? (Bob)
Jarrett GrubeGrube Looking to Build on Strong Second Half with Clippers (Bob)
T.J. HouseCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 58 (Danny)
Tommy HunterHunter Can Help Provide Relief in ‘Pen, When Healthy (Bob)
Jason KipnisCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 22 (Danny Madden)
Corey KluberCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 28 (Craig Gifford)
Francisco LindorCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 12 (Craig)
Michael MartinezMartinez Returns for Second Spring in the Sun for the Tribe (Bob)
Jeff ManshipCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 53 (Bob)
Zach McAllisterCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 34 (Bob)
Ryan MerrittMerritt Progressing on More Than Merit Alone (Bob)
Mike NapoliA Well-Rested Napoli Ready to Power the Tribe’s Lineup (Bob)
Tyler NaquinNaquin’s Time In Cleveland Is Either Now or Never (Danny)
Dan OteroOtero on Long List of Tribe’s Bullpen Options (Bob)
Felipe PaulinoSpring Invite Paulino May Provide Pitching Depth (Bob)
Roberto PerezCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 55 (Bob)
Jose RamirezCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 11 (Danny)
James RamseyTribe’s Ramsey Needs to Regain Former Top Prospect Ranking (Bob)
Shane RobinsonRobinson Looking for a Reserve Spot in Crowded Cleveland Outfield (Bob)
Danny SalazarCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 31 (Bob)
Carlos SantanaCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 41 (Danny)
Bryan ShawCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 27 (Bob)
Giovanni SotoCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 65 (Bob)
Craig StammenStammen Strengthens Cleveland’s Bullpen Depth (Bob)
Josh TomlinCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 43 (Laurel)
Juan UribeUribe Shores Up All Indians Infield Question Marks (Danny)
Giovanny UrshelaCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 39 (Bob)
Zach WaltersCountdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 6: Zach Walters (Bob)

Spring Training Minor League Profiles and Other Non-Roster Invites:
Brady Aiken – Aiken Aiming for a Healthy Return with Cleveland (Bob)
Greg AllenIndians Have Another Smooth Tribe Outfielder in Greg Allen (Laurel)
Claudio BautistaClaudio Bautista Slowly Climbing Through the Minor League Levels (Laurel)
Bobby BradleyBradley Boasts Power Potential at a Position of Need for the Indians (Bob)
Sean BradySean Brady is a Young Pitcher with Potential (Laurel)
Mitch BrownMitch Brown Looking to Build on Second Half Success (Bob)
Yu-Cheng ChangYu-Cheng Chang Needs a 2016 Without Injury to Demonstrate True Skills (Laurel)
Michael ChoiceCleveland Has a Choice in Their Spring Training Outfield Mix (Bob)
Yandy DiazCould Yandy Diaz Be a Future Solution at Third Base? (Danny)
Clint FrazierFrazier Thrives on Development, Shouldn’t Be Rushed Through System (Laurel)
Tom GorzelannyGorzelanny Looking to Become a Lefty Tito Can Trust (Bob)
Juan HillmanHillman One of Indians’ Impressive Pitching Prospects from 2015 Draft (Bob)
Rob KaminskyKaminsky a Top Prospect in Tribe’s Prosperous Pitching Pipeline (Eddie Kerekes)
Luis LugoLuis Lugo Looking to Continue Climb Through Indians System (Bob)
Mark MathiasMathias Made Most of Time at Mahoning Valley (Bob)
Triston McKenzieTribe Has Another Young, Standout Pitcher in 2015 Draft Pick Triston McKenzie (Laurel)
Francisco MejiaA Smart, Savvy Catcher Who Knows the Game: Francisco Mejia (Laurel)
Adam MooreMoore Back for More as Cleveland Catching Depth (Bob)
Shawn MorimandoMorimando Making His Way Towards the Big Leagues (Bob)
Mike PapiPatience a Virtue for Indians Prospect Papi (David)
Adam PlutkoPlutko in Spring Camp with Tribe After Strong Summer on the Farm (Bob)
Dorssys PaulinoPaulino Progresses in First Full Season in Outfield (Bob)
Anthony ReckerRecker Looks to Catch on in Cleveland as a Reserve Backstop Option (Bob)
Luigi RodriguezLuigi Rodriguez: On the Rise or Organizational Man? (David)
Nellie RodriguezYoung Tribe Slugger Rodriguez Plays with Something to Prove (Bob)
Justus SheffieldTribe Shouldn’t Rush Development of Dominant Youngster Justus Sheffield (Laurel)
Joe ThatcherThatcher Seeking a Chance to be One of Tito’s Lefties (Bob)
Will VenableVenable Vying for a Big League Job in Center in Cleveland Camp (Bob)
Luke WakamatsuAfter High School Indians’ Career, Wakamatsu Joins New Tribe in the Pros (Bob)
Bradley ZimmerIndians’ Bradley Zimmer Has Got “The Goods” (David)

1948 Cleveland Indians weekly rewind

The Tribe and Braves came into this stretch of games with the World Series tied at one game a piece and returning to Cleveland for the first time since 1920.

The rest, as they say, was history.

The World Series is Back in Cleveland – Series Tied 1-1 (Steve)
Bearden Masterful, Tribe Takes Series Lead; Indians 2, Braves 0 (Steve)
Heroes of 1920 on Hand to See Tribe Take Game Three (Steve)
Record Crowd Sees Tribe Pull Within One Win of World Championship; Indians 2, Braves 1 (Steve)
Umpire Stewart Receives Police Protection After Third Controversial Call (Mike)
Boston Fights Off Elimination, Tags Feller; Braves 11, Indians 5 (Mike)
Tribe Hoping to Be in Boston for Just One Day (Mike)
INDIANS WIN WORLD SERIES!!!!!!! Indians 4, Braves 3 (Mike)
Tribe Celebrates Championship From Clubhouse to Public Square (Mike)
Tribe Parade Set For This Morning (Staff Special)
Tribe Celebrates World Championship with Fans Before Heading Home (Mike)
Boudreau Wins Most Valuable Player Award in American League (Mike)
After the Cleveland Indians’ 1948 Season (Part 1) (Vince)
After the Cleveland Indians’ 1948 Season (Part 2) (Vince)
After the Cleveland Indians’ 1948 Season (Part 3) (Vince)

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