Tag: Cleveland Indians

Salazar Dominates, Tribe Loses in 14

August 8, 2013

In what’s likely to be the defining series this season the Indians continued to struggle against the division-leading Tigers, dropping …Read the Rest

No Need to Second Guess Tribe’s Inaction at Trade Deadline

August 2, 2013

Prior to the trade deadline the Indians were involved in all sorts of rumors. There was the Asdrubal-Cabrera-to-St.-Louis deal. Then …Read the Rest

Romanticizing Jason Giambi

July 30, 2013

Jason Giambi, at the ripe ol’ age of 42, greeted the abnormally cool July evening with a moon-kissed solo shot …Read the Rest

Late Inning Magic: Tribe Tops Rangers in 11th

July 27, 2013

It was a magical night at Progressive Field on Saturday, as another solid start by underrated right-hander Corey Kluber – …Read the Rest

Jason Kipnis: Cleveland’s Version of Yasiel Puig

July 19, 2013

OK. This isn’t going to much a post, but it’s something I thought everyone would like to see. Dodgers (near …Read the Rest

Untouchable vs. Available: A Look at the Tribe’s Top Prospects as the Trade Deadline Approaches

July 19, 2013

With all the All Star festivities officially wrapped up, the Tribe finds itself squarely rooted in the hunt for the …Read the Rest

Already Among Elite Company, Still Waiting for Carlos Santana’s Peak

July 18, 2013

In one of the organization’s better moves over the past decade-plus, the Indians, led by former General Manager Mark Shapiro, …Read the Rest

Ranking the Indians’ Players: All-Star Break Edition

Ranking the Indians’ Players: All-Star Break Edition
July 16, 2013

The Indians enter the All-Star Break with a 51-44 record, 1.5 games back of the first place Detroit Tigers.  The …Read the Rest

Indians Set To Call Up Another Top Prospect

July 10, 2013

The Indians are reportedly calling up right-hander Danny Salazar for a start against the Blue Jays on Thursday. And, according …Read the Rest

Solving The Bullpen Woes

Solving The Bullpen Woes
July 9, 2013

At the start of the season, the Indians bullpen was seen as one of the strongest parts of the team. …Read the Rest