Today in Tribe History: April 5, 2012

On a chilly afternoon in Cleveland, the Indians and Blue Jays play a Major League Opening Day record 16 innings before Toronto claims the victory, 7-4.

Today in Tribe History: April 5, 2012

On a chilly afternoon in Cleveland, the Indians and Blue Jays play a Major League Opening Day record 16 innings before Toronto claims the victory, 7-4.

Early Deficit Turns to Late Blowout; Reds 8, Indians 2

For a fourth straight game, on Tuesday night, the Cleveland Indians watched a member of its once-vaunted bullpen implode. Unlike the previous three affairs, Saturday, Sunday and…

The End of the Jack Hannahan, Plus Tribe News and Notes

By Mike Brandyberry Did I miss something? Did the Indians let another great player walk out the door? I thought it was just Jack Hannahan? Friday the…

Hannahan’s Time In Cleveland Should Be Over

After a disappointing 2012 Cleveland Indians season the organization is at a crossroads to decide how to progress with the organization, not just for the 2013 season…

Poor Start Too Much For Tribe To Fight Back; Athletics 12, Indians 7

By Craig Gifford The Indians offense, little more than a rumor most of the season’s second half, proved to be a reality Thursday afternoon. Unfortunately, for Cleveland,…

Kansas City Royally Frustrates Indians Offense Again; Royals 5, Indians 2

By Christian Petrila The Indians started August the same way they ended July: The offense couldn’t get going and it resulted in another loss as Kansas City…

Tribe Beaten and Embarrassed for Second Straight Night; Twins 12, Indians 5

By Mike Brandyberry If the Indians management is looking for a sign as to whether they should be buyers or sellers, the sign has been clear over…

Offense Comes Alive to Spur Tribe To Victory; Indians 10, Rays 6

By Craig Gifford So many times in the last two seasons, Cleveland Indians number one starter Justin Masterson has pitched so well only to take a loss…

Is It Lopey Time, Yet?

By Bob Toth The Cleveland Indians have not followed the usual protocol at the hot corner for the last few years. Historically, the prototypical third baseman has…

Game Preview #69: Cleveland Indians (36-32) at Houston Astros (28-41)

By Mike Brandyberry Wednesday evening the Indians completed a six game home stand and a three game sweep of the Cincinnati Reds with an 8-1 victory. Justin…

Game #61: Cleveland Indians (32-28) at Cincinnati Reds (33-27)

By Mike Brandyberry In a series that opened with one team getting hot and the other struggling, you would not have been able to tell which team…