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Series Preview: Kansas City vs. Cleveland

July 29, 2011 |

By Matt Van Wormer

After being no-hit by the Angels, a day off may have been just what the Indians needed to get their act together. With the acquisition of Kosuke Fukudome, the Indians are hoping to ignite the offense with a guy who has a great on-base percentage, low strike out rate, good defensive skills and came for a measly $775,000 and two minor leaguers who wouldn’t be in Cleveland in the near future. They got this guy for pennies on the dollar and he waived his no-trade clause to come to Cleveland. Will he hit leadoff? I think it’s a possibility. Who will he see in his first American League series? Let’s take a look.

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One Big Mistake, Bats Stay Silent; White Sox 3, Indians 0

July 23, 2011 |

By Craig Gifford

Carlos Carrasco would probably love to have his fifth inning pitch to Chicago White Sox slugger Carlos Quentin back.

It was with one out that Quentin sent a 2-1 Carrasco pitch over the left field wall for a three-run home run. That was all the White Sox needed as starter Gavin Floyd silenced the Indians’ bats, giving Chicago 3-0 victory over the Tribe at Progressive Field Friday night.

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Weekend Preview: White Sox vs. Indians

July 22, 2011 |

By Matt Van Wormer

The Indians return home Friday evening for a nine game home stand after going 4-4 on their trips to Baltimore and Minnesota. The Indians have to be feeling a little disappointed about the trip though. After winning the first two games of each series (including sweeping a double-header against the Twins), the Indians could not find a way to capitalize on opportunities and ended up losing the last two games of each series. What could have been a week of building separation from the Tigers ended up being a trip that saw us still neck and neck with Detroit in the standings.  Read More

Tribe Takes Rubber Match of Series: Indians 6, Diamondbacks 2

June 29, 2011 |

By Mike Brandyberry

The Cleveland Indians scored in each of the first three innings, Orlando Cabrera had four hits and Carlos Carrasco threw seven strong innings on the mound, as the Tribe won the rubber match of the three game series with the Arizona Diamondbacks, 6-2. The victory, combined with the Detroit Tigers’s 16-9 loss to the New York Mets, moved the Indians back into a first place tie.

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