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8/30/2015 | Shapiro appears headed to Jays

On Monday morning, the Blue Jays are expected to announce that they will name Mark Shapiro their new team president at the conclusion of this season, when current president and CEO Paul Beeston plans to retire, MLB.com has confirmed.


8/30/2015 | Tribe shows spark in AL Wild Card race

The Indians are accomplishing goals that have eluded them for much of the season.


8/30/2015 | Gomes focuses on defense, but bat warming up

Yan Gomes has learned to put game calling and defense at the top of his priority list. When the Indians' catcher enjoys an overpowering offensive display like the one turned in on Saturday night, he says it is simply a bonus for him.


8/30/2015 | Tribe hits 2nd slam in 2 days to sweep Halos

Abraham Almonte launched a grand slam, Carlos Santana drove in three runs with a little help from the sun and Josh Tomlin spun seven-plus strong innings to lead the Indians to a 9-2 rout over the Angels on Sunday at Progressive Field.


8/30/2015 | Salazar, Price face off in series opener

The Indians head to Toronto to kick off a nine-game road trip as the Blue Jays continue along their current 10-day, nine-game home stand. Hard-throwing right-hander Danny Salazar will start the series opener for Cleveland, facing off against Toronto's southpaw ace David Price.


8/30/2015 | Lindor's leadoff at-bat sets stage for big 8th

Before there can be fire, there must be a spark. Before there can be a rally, there must be a baserunner.


8/30/2015 | Gomes shows Silver Slugger form with 5 RBIs

Yan Gomes walked out of the batter's box, watching as the ball he just hit sailed high into the Cleveland night. The Indians' catcher slowly shifted into a trot, dropping his bat as the baseball disappeared into the bushes beyond the center-field wall.


8/29/2015 | Four Tribe pitchers have over 150 strikeouts

Last year, it was Corey Kluber alone who set Indians records and placed his name alongside all-time franchise greats with a historic second half that led to an American League Cy Young Award victory.


8/29/2015 | Floyd scheduled to be activated Tuesday

Gavin Floyd's comeback to the Major Leagues is nearly complete. Indians manager Terry Francona announced on Saturday that the veteran pitcher is scheduled to be activated from the disabled list when Major League rosters expand on Tuesday.


8/29/2015 | Weaver, Tomlin take mound for finale

The Angels wrap the eastern portion of their nine-game road trip and the Indians close an abbreviated five-game homestand with a day game at Progressive Field on Sunday. Jered Weaver will take the mound for Los Angeles, opposing Cleveland's Josh Tomlin.


8/29/2015 | Gomes' grand slam caps rally to top Halos

One night after coming from behind with three runs against seventh-inning reliever Trevor Gott, the Indians went off against Angels setup man Joe Smith in the eighth, getting a go-ahead double by Carlos Santana and a game-breaking grand slam by Yan Gomes to capture an 8-3 win from Progressive Field on Saturday.


8/29/2015 | Report: Indians push to find minority owner

Indians owner Paul Dolan has been open to adding a minority partner for several years, and he continues to explore possible investors. Cleveland's ownership has now sought the help of a firm in the search.


8/28/2015 | Groundouts, double plays key in Bauer's gem

Trevor Bauer was reunited with an old friend on Friday night. On the mound at Progressive Field, where the Indians' starter has struggled more often than not this season, the right-hander regained the feel for his two-seam sinker against the Angels.


8/28/2015 | Francona discusses contract's opt-out clause

Indians manager Terry Francona wanted to end some of the speculation about his contract situation on Friday. With team president Mark Shapiro reportedly on the Blue Jays' radar for their pending presidential vacancy, Francona's future has been a hot topic of late.


8/28/2015 | Richards faces Kluber for tilt in Cleveland

The Indians and Angels will play game two of their three-game set in Cleveland, with Tribe Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber taking the mound against Los Angeles righty Garrett Richards.


8/28/2015 | Rally in 7th pushes Tribe past Angels

Trailing by a run with eight outs left, the Indians rallied against rookie reliever Trevor Gott, getting run-scoring hits by Abraham Almonte, Jason Kipnis and Carlos Santana to beat the Angels, 3-1, at Progressive Field on Friday night.


8/28/2015 | Salazar scratched from start due to illness

Indians starting pitcher Danny Salazar was scratched from his scheduled series-opening Friday start against the Angels due to illness. Right-hander Trevor Bauer got the start on a normal four days' rest, thanks to an off-day on Thursday.


8/27/2015 | Anderson encouraged after strong start off DL

Cody Anderson achieved his goal in Wednesday's 6-2 home victory against Milwaukee, exceeding his intended pitch count in his first start in nearly three weeks after hitting the DL with a strained oblique.


8/26/2015 | Lindor's presence has him fitting right in

As first-year players are known to do, Francisco Lindor made a rookie mistake in Tuesday's 11-6 home victory over Milwaukee. Not only was it a rookie mistake, but it was a rookie mistake that broke a cardinal rule of baseball: never make the third out of an inning at third base.


8/26/2015 | Salazar, Indians set to welcome Heaney, Angels

After a series in Detroit, the Angels head down to Cleveland on Friday to kick off a three-game set as part of their nine-game road trip. Right-hander Danny Salazar takes the mound for the Indians, opposing rookie lefty Andrew Heaney for Los Angeles.


8/26/2015 | Kipnis leads Tribe to series win over Crew

Jason Kipnis had three RBIs as the Indians completed a mini-sweep of their two-game series against Milwaukee with a 6-2 victory at Progressive Field on Wednesday night.


8/26/2015 | Top of the order to you: Tribe trio on fire

Francisco Lindor was standing on first base when Michael Brantley hit his second home run in Tuesday's 11-6 win over the Brewers at Progressive Field. Brantley and Lindor represent two-thirds of the top of an Indians lineup that's looking better and better by the day. The other piece of that puzzle is Jason Kipnis.


8/25/2015 | Myles hits for the cycle for Double-A Akron

Indians farmhand Bryson Myles hit for the cycle on Tuesday as Double-A Akron fell to Trenton, 9-7. The five-year veteran led off the game with a popout, but finished with four straight hits to round out a night 4-for-5 that included three RBIs.


8/25/2015 | Anderson fills in for Carrasco in finale vs. Brewers

Carlos Carrasco is out Wednesday and rookie right-hander Cody Anderson is in, as the Indians altered their pitching plan for an Interleague series finale against the Brewers after Carrasco developed some shoulder discomfort and was placed on the disabled list.


8/25/2015 | Brantley leads way as Tribe outmuscles Crew

Every member of the Indians' lineup reached base safely at least once in an 11-6 victory over the Brewers at Progressive Field in Tuesday's series opener.




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