Jose Ramirez to IL with fractured hamate bone
Indians third baseman sustains injury during 1st-inning AB
CLEVELAND -- The Indians examined the severity of a right wrist injury that forced José Ramírez to leave Saturday night’s 4-2 win over the Royals in the middle of his first-inning plate appearance and determined Sunday morning that he needed to be placed on the 10-day injured list with a
Clevinger leads Tribe, goes to 9-0 vs. Royals
Indians rally behind Reyes' HR after losing J-Ram to injury
CLEVELAND -- In a season in which their vaunted rotation was drastically revised by injury, illness and, eventually, a major trade, the Indians have nonetheless risen to the challenge of an American League Central race. So losing a key lineup piece in Jose Ramirez, but defeating a division opponent anyway
Indians looking for bullpen boost in September
Carrasco, Otero slated to return from rehabs against Tampa Bay
CLEVELAND -- MLB is still a year away from putting a stricter limit on September roster expansion, and, for an Indians team that’s going to need a lot of hands on deck in the bullpen, that’s a good thing. The bloated roster will help the club handle the ongoing absence
'Mr. Smile' HR helps Tribe gain in Central race
Indians roll behind 4-run 2nd inning to open Players' Weekend
CLEVELAND -- Call it “Escape from New York: The Cleveland Indians Story.”
After landing around 4 a.m. ET following a long, strange trip to multiple boroughs of the Big Apple, the Tribe returned to Progressive Field on Friday and got back to its winning ways with a 4-1 victory over
Indians won't rush Cookie in rehab process
Righty will throw around 2 innings for Columbus on Sunday
CLEVELAND -- The emoji on his Players’ Weekend jersey features a cookie with a hunk chomped out, and Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco himself has taken a similarly sized bite out of his Minor League rehab schedule after leukemia treatments put a pause on his 2019 season.
But because the Tribe
11 players who've picked it up in 2nd half
Ramirez, Kershaw, Bumgarner among those to erupt since break
Once there was a season when Eddie Murray, a future Hall of Famer, was having a tough first half for Baltimore -- and Orioles manager Earl Weaver was delighted.
“That just means he’s going to have a great second half,” Weaver said.
The longtime O's skipper knew that regardless of
Things go south for Tribe after Mercado's error
Left fielder drops popup before Bieber allows go-ahead home run
NEW YORK -- Indians manager Terry Francona said that he and bench coach Brad Mills had gone back and forth, debating whether to start Oscar Mercado in left field or center field before Tuesday’s opener against the Mets.
Because Greg Allen had played the last four games in center, Francona
How the Tribe found its next pair of aces
Bieber, Clevinger rank among MLB's best starters
The Indians sat 11 games back of the Twins as recently as June 15. Corey Kluber, Trevor Bauer and Carlos Carrasco -- their top three starters when the season began -- haven’t pitched in the same turn since the beginning of May.
But the American League Central is back up