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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | November 21, 2018

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Pillar Wins it With Walk-off Shot in Eleventh; Blue Jays 3, Indians 2

September 8, 2018 |

Kevin Pillar launched a no-doubt about it shot 440 feet to left center off of the first batter faced by Adam Cimber in the bottom of the eleventh to give the Toronto Blue Jays a 3-2 win over the Cleveland Indians on Friday night.

In a game of repeated missed opportunities by the Indians, the Blue Jays got the last laugh in walk-off fashion after twice tying the score in the middle innings. Read More

Tribe Takes Show on the Road with a Four-Day Trip to Toronto

September 6, 2018 |

The Indians are back on the road this weekend after a nine-game homestand as they head north of the border to Toronto to play four times with the Blue Jays.

The Indians (79-60) dropped their magic number to eight on Thursday when they completed a series win over the Kansas City Royals in a tight 3-1 victory from Progressive Field while the second place Minnesota Twins dropped their fifth straight in a 9-1 defeat against Houston. The pair of wins over the Royals brought the Tribe’s record during their nine-game homestand to 5-4, salvaging things some after dropping three in a row over the weekend. Read More

Rays Plate Four in Seventh, Hold Off Tribe in Ninth; Rays 6, Indians 4

September 2, 2018 |

A four-run seventh inning gave the Tampa Bay Rays a 6-0 lead and their bullpen held on for dear life in the ninth to secure a 6-4 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Sunday afternoon.

The Rays (73-63) won for the eleventh time in their last 13 games and took the series from the Indians (77-59) in the rubber match in a game that got away from Cleveland in a hurry in the seventh frame with the club already down 2-0. Read More

Today in Tribe History: September 1, 2009

September 1, 2018 |

A pair of building blocks for the future make their Major League debuts for the Cleveland Indians as Michael Brantley and Carlos Carrasco play in their first big league games in an 8-5 loss to the Detroit Tigers. Read More

Old Friend Cash Brings Rays Back to Town for Three

August 31, 2018 |

Former Indians coach Kevin Cash has done some interesting things with the Tampa Bay Rays. Those Rays are on pace for their best win total in his four years as manager and will look to build towards that end result as the club returns to Cleveland for the first time since the middle of May of last season.

The Indians (76-57) edged out a series win over the Minnesota Twins to take the season series from the second place team of the American League Central during the week. It gave the Indians season series victories over the Twins, Chicago White Sox, and Detroit Tigers, while having a sizable lead over the Kansas City Royals (8-4) prior to their visit at the beginning of next week as they go for the AL Central sweep. Read More

Bats Allow Carrasco to Cruise to Easy Victory Over Twins; Indians 8, Twins 1

August 29, 2018 |

The Tribe won big last night as Cleveland used a big scoring outburst in the middle innings to oust the Minnesota Twins by an 8-1 final in the series opener from Progressive Field on Tuesday.

Carlos Carrasco handled the Twins with ease throughout the night as he cruised to his 16th win of the season, tying him for second in the American League. He blanked the Twins over seven and two-thirds innings, allowing four hits and a pair of walks while striking out eleven and leaving with a comfortable lead just after throwing 100 pitches. Read More

Twins Return to Tribe Town for a Three-Game Series in Cleveland

August 28, 2018 |

For the third time this month, the Indians and Twins will meet on the diamond as Minnesota makes its second trip of August to the city of Cleveland.

The Indians (74-56) will welcome a return home to Cleveland after a tough seven-game road trip over the last week. After splitting with the MLB-best Boston Red Sox to start the week, they dropped two of three to the Kansas City Royals, including a tough loss in the series opener when back-to-back ninth inning homers turned a 4-3 lead into a 5-4 loss in the matter of four pitches. The Tribe has recovered from a rough start to the season against the Twins to pull their season record against the second place club to 8-8. The Indians remain 16-8 in August with a +32 run differential for the month. Read More

Sox Slug Carrasco, Ride Long Balls to Victory; Red Sox 10, Indians 4

August 22, 2018 |

An early Cleveland lead would not stand in the way for Boston on Wednesday, as the Red Sox would knock out Carlos Carrasco in the fourth and used three long balls to defeat the Indians by a 10-4 final to end their season-high tying three-game losing skid.

It was a rough night for the Indians starter Carrasco, who has been nearly unbeatable over the course of the last month and a half since rejoining the team after a stint on the disabled list. He would only last three and two-thirds innings on the night as he continued to struggle at Fenway Park in his career. Read More

Tribe and Red Sox Face Off for Four at Fenway

August 20, 2018 |

For the first time this season, the Cleveland Indians and Boston Red Sox will meet on the diamond, providing the world with a potential playoff preview between the best squads of the AL East and AL Central. The Tribe traveled to Boston to start a four-game series with the Red Sox on Monday night.

The Indians (71-52) took two of three from the hapless Baltimore Orioles, capping the series with an 8-0 shutout in the finale on Sunday. Cleveland rode big efforts from unexpected contributors, using its MLB-high tying ninth grand slam of the year to put the game away for good. It marked the seventh straight series win for the Indians. The Tribe has had its issues against the AL East this season, posting a 2-5 record against the New York Yankees and a 1-2 mark against Toronto Blue Jays. The 3-7 mark against those two clubs has been balanced by a 5-2 stomping of the Orioles, who are the worst team in baseball. Read More

Carrasco Cruises With Support of Ramirez’s Early Blast; Indians 2, Orioles 1

August 17, 2018 |

Carlos Carrasco continued his dominance since returning from the disabled list and Jose Ramirez paced the Indians with a two-run first inning home run as Cleveland knocked off the Baltimore Orioles by a 2-1 final on Friday night.

It was a busy night in downtown Cleveland as the Indians began a quick three-game homestand while the NFL’s Browns opened the home slate with a preseason contest down the street against the Buffalo Bills. Fans in attendance at Progressive Field were treated to a low-scoring pitchers’ duel, with Carrasco and the Tribe walking away the victor at the end of the day. Read More

Tribe Looks to Keep Rolling and Extend O’s Woes This Weekend

August 17, 2018 |

The Indians will get a quick sample of home cooking this weekend during a brief three-game homestand with the visiting Baltimore Orioles.

The Indians (69-51) won another road series with a three-game sweep of the Cincinnati Reds earlier in the week to capture sole possession of the Ohio Cup. It improved the team’s record to 11-3 in the month. The Indians have nearly doubled the amount of runs scored by the opposition this month, plating 69 while allowing 35. They have the second-best record in the American League in August, trailing only the 11-2 mark of Boston, and are third-best in the Majors (also trailing St. Louis’ 12-3 mark). The team’s hot stretch has extended well into the second half, when they rank third among the 30 MLB teams with a 17-8 record, worse only than Boston’s 18-6 record and Oakland’s 17-7 mark. Cleveland took three of four from Baltimore earlier this year while outscoring the Orioles, 14-7. Read More

Tribe Gets a Scare, but Holds on Late for a Win; Indians 9, White Sox 7

August 12, 2018 |

It wasn’t pretty at the end, but the Cleveland Indians took their fifth straight series win with a 9-7 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Sunday afternoon from Guaranteed Rate Field.

Carlos Carrasco was dominant once again as he continued to torture opposing hitters on Sunday while moving into a tie with Corey Kluber for the team lead in wins with 14. He shut down the White Sox with seven innings of one-run baseball, striking out nine, walking none, and allowing just three hits in an effective 90-pitch effort. Since returning from the disabled list on July 6 against Oakland, the Cleveland starter has gone 6-1 in eight appearances. He has made five straight quality starts to start the second half of the season, going 3-1 in those outings with a 1.87 ERA, 43 strikeouts, and just four walks over the last 33 2/3 innings. Read More