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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | December 2, 2021

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Error in Ninth Allows Reds Rally, Walkoff in Tenth; CIN 3, CLE 2

April 17, 2021 |

An error by Josh Naylor with two outs in the ninth gave the Reds an extra out, and after tying the game, they knocked in the winning run in the tenth as Cincinnati stunned the Cleveland Indians on Saturday afternoon, 3-2.

Emmanuel Clase had retired the first two batters in the bottom of the ninth on ground balls to Naylor. One out away from the victory, Clase got Max Schrock to ground to first. Naylor did not get his glove down and the ball skipped between his legs and into shallow right field, putting the tying run at second base. Jesse Winker, already with two hits under his belt on the afternoon, punched an 0-2 heater past a diving Andres Gimenez at short to score pinch-runner Nick Senzel to tie the game at two. Clase still needed the final out to send the game to extras, but Nick Castellanos singled to shallow center and Joey Votto reached on a check swing dribbler to short to load the bases, but Eugenio Suarez lined to Jordan Luplow to send the game to extras. Read More

Ramirez’s Homer, Late Insurance Runs Give Tribe Split in Chi-Town; CLE 4, CWS 2

April 15, 2021 |

Jose Ramirez’s two-out, two-run home run in the sixth off of Lance Lynn moved Cleveland out in front and two more insurance runs late paced the Indians to a 4-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Thursday afternoon.

One night after coming two outs from having a perfect game thrown against them and still suffering the club’s first no-hit effort against them in nearly a decade, the Tribe bats were quieted again for the first half of the game until the team’s slumping but perennial MVP candidate Ramirez gave Aaron Civale some support for his solid start on the mound. Read More

Tribe Uses Five Homers to Back Civale, Tame Tigers; CLE 11, DET 3

April 10, 2021 |

The home run ball continued to be the biggest source of offense for Cleveland on Saturday, as the Tribe bats blasted five balls over the outfield walls on the way to an 11-3 victory over the Detroit Tigers from Progressive Field.

Aaron Civale did not need much help on the mound, but he got plenty of it anyways as the bats took advantage of second-year southpaw Tarik Skubal and the Detroit bullpen. Read More

Tribe Trades Freeman to Reds, Trims Spring Roster

March 12, 2021 |

The Cleveland front office created some additional space at camp on Friday, as the club announced the trade of non-roster invitee Mike Freeman to the Cincinnati Reds for cash considerations while shifting several other players around at the team’s Goodyear, Arizona, training facility.

Freeman was in camp with the Indians again looking to claim innings as a utility man, but with several younger options with more potential upside vying for that time, finding a spot for him with the big league club may have been difficult. The 33-year-old will not go onto the 40-man roster for the Reds, as he was designated off of the Cleveland roster before he re-signed with the club on a minor league pact, but he will attempt to win a utility role now with Cincinnati on the other side of the two teams’ shared Goodyear camp. Read More

No Smiles Nor Enjoyment in Cleveland as Lindor, Carrasco Dealt to Mets

January 7, 2021 |

Cleveland fans were warned in March of 2019 to “enjoy him”, but the long anticipated move finally happened on Thursday as the Indians announced the trade of four-time All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor to the New York Mets.

Joining Lindor in relocating to Queens was starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco, the longest tenured representative of the franchise and a fan favorite after his public battle with leukemia two seasons ago. His name was floated about some during the Winter Meetings, but with several years of control at what was perceived as a reasonable cost, his inclusion frees up significant finances over the next few years from a position of strength in the Indians organization. The Indians have previously over the last several years dealt from the starting rotation, removing Trevor Bauer, Mike Clevinger, and Corey Kluber for packages of prospects or just general salary relief. Read More