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Tyler Holt: Not To Be Confused With Torry Holt

Tyler Holt burst onto the scene this season at a time when the Indians need him. With injuries and inconsistent play from veterans Nick Swisher and Ryan Raburn, the young outfielder will play a vital role down the stretch if the team is to stay in contention. Although not entirely off the radar, Holt certainly […]

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The Indians Dodged A $25 Million Bullet

Let’s flash back to spring training. The word was that Justin Masterson was asking for a three-year deal valued at less than the $17.5 million Homer Bailey received. What’s more, that he was willing to take a 2-3 year contract too. Which, for a front-line starter, was insanely reasonable. But the Indians weren’t willing to […]

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08/05 Recap: I Went Back To Ohio But My City Was Gone.

Player Of The Game Michael Brantley is a good choice tonight. He earned one of the two Indians RBI’s on the night at a point in the game which tied the contest at 1-1. It was the biggest Indians hit on the night. Feathers Up In the bottom of the seventh with David Murphy on […]

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08/03 Recap: Yu Believe In Miracles? YES!

Player Of The Game David Murphy earns this afternoon’s honors. He had the only Indians RBI’s on the afternoon to go along with two hits and one walk. Feathers Up Not much to write here. The 7 1/3 innings pitched by Bauer was a career high. Previous high was 7 IP on 7/8 against the […]

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08/02 Recap: More Than Miles In My Rearview

The Indians are now back to an even .500 record at 55-55 after defeating the Texas Rangers 2-0. Player Of The Game It would be hard not to give it to reliever Scott Atchison. He relieved starter T.J. House in the 6th with runners on first and second and retired the rest of the hitters […]

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This Week In Tribe 08/04-08/10

After a busy trade deadline for the Indians front office, the players on the field look to improve on their sub .500 record after the deadline. To do so, they will have to compete with two of the most storied franchises in Major League Baseball: A four-game, home and home series with the Cincinnati Reds […]

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07/27 Recap: To Save A Series, You Need Heros.

Player of the Game: Carlos Santana is trying to become a legend in Cleveland. He had his second mutli-HR game of the series this afternoon as the Indians routed the Royals 10-3. For Santana, he now has three HR’s in his last five games. In his past 13 plate appearances, Carlos Santana has 1 1 walks, […]

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Consistantly Inconsistant. Part Deux.

Player of the Game Carlos Santana, as much as this hurts for me to say, is continuing to punish the ball- and this trend continued tonight. This followed his big night at the dish Tuesday, when he went 4-for-5 with two RBI and two runs scored while blasting his 15th home run of the year […]

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7/4 Recap: Baby, You’re Not A Firework…

Player of the Game Michael Brantley was the team’s only firework on the 4th, adding two hits in which included the Indians only run in the bottom of the 9th, when he blasted a solo homerun. Feathers Up Um, there was a sellout crowd of 39,020 at Progressive Field! Joe would be proud! Feathers Down […]

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6/20 Recap: Rick Porcello Had The Indians Bats Playing The Cello.

(Photo courtesy of mj.com) Player of the Game Carlos Santana earns tonight’s honors as he was one of three Indians hitters that had three hits on the night, one of them being a homerun which cut the Tigers lead to just one run. He hit several balls hard tonight including a few he hit down […]

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Kyle Crockett Made Josh Outman the Out-Man.

(Photo courtesy of foxsports.com) Before Wednesday evenings rain out, the Indians activated pitcher Zach McAllister from the disabled list, two days before his scheduled start. To make roster space, the club designated lefty reliever Josh Outman for assignment. The team has 10 days to trade him, release him or try to pass him through waivers. […]

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Michael Brantley’s All Star Season

You earn the nickname “Dr. Smooth” for a reason. For both Michael Brantley and the Indians, that reason is clear: Being the best all-around position player on a contending team. Being the best all-around player on any team, let alone a contending team, should merit an All Star appearance. If anything, last season should have […]

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It’s Tribe Time Now (To Mirror The Twins.)

While the Minnesota Twins’ signing of Kendrys Morales probably won’t make them a contender , it indicates to fans and general managers of the American League Central that every team in the division believes that they are only one or two pieces away from winning it. If the Twins, who are 31-33 at the time […]

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See Ya In Cooperstown: A Closer Look At Chisenhall’s Historic Performance.

When Lonnie Chisenhall arrived at Kauffman Stadium Tuesday afternoon, he learned that the Baseball Hall Of Fame requested a bat of his. Not just any ordinary bat but rather one similar to Roy Hobbs’ “Wonderboy” from the movie The Natural. In case you haven’t read or heard by now, here was Chisenhall’s line from Monday […]

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