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Indians invite three (3) to Major League camp

The Cleveland Indians today announced the following transactions relative to the 2019 Major League Spring Training roster:

Signed free agents C TIM FEDEROWICZ and RHP ASHER WOJCIECHOWSKI to Minor League contracts with non-roster invitations to Major League Spring Training.

The Cleveland Indians today announced the following transactions relative to the 2019 Major League Spring Training roster:

Signed free agents C TIM FEDEROWICZ and RHP ASHER WOJCIECHOWSKI to Minor League contracts with non-roster invitations to Major League Spring Training.

Federowicz (\fehd-ah-ROW-vich\), 31, spent the majority of the 2018 season at the Triple-A levels in the Houston and Cincinnati organizations and appeared in 15 games at the Major League levels for the Astros and Reds. Combined on the year at AAA, the Apex, NC native batted .297 (63-for-212) with 19 doubles, 7 homers and 31 RBI in 61 games (.372/.486/.858), spent two stints with the Astros (May 29-June 7; July 3-25) and concluded the season on Cincinnati's Major League roster. The University of North Carolina alum began his pro career in 2008 in the Boston system (7th round, First-Year Player Draft) and has appeared in 134 Major League games across 7 seasons with Los Angeles-NL, Chicago-NL, San Francisco, Houston and Cincinnati.

Wojciechowski (\wo-juh-HOW-ski\), 30, split the 2018 season at the Triple-A levels between the Baltimore and Chicago White Sox organizations, going 5-4 with a 3.51 ERA in 19 games/12 starts for Baltimore's AAA Norfolk (84.2IP, 68H, 33ER, 89SO) before concluding the season on the AAA Charlotte (CWS) roster. The native of South Carolina was the 41st overall selection by Toronto in the 2010 First-Year Player Draft out of The Citadel and was later acquired by Houston in July 2012. He has appeared in 30 Major League games with Houston (2015) and Cincinnati (2017). 

In addition, INF ERNIE CLEMENT has been invited to Major League camp. The Pittsford, NY native was the club's fourth round pick of the 2017 First-Year Player Draft out of the University of Virginia. He split 2018 between Single-A Lake County, Single-A Lynchburg and AA Akron.

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Indians announce promotions within baseball operations department

The Cleveland Indians President of Baseball Operations CHRIS ANTONETTI and General Manager MIKE CHERNOFF today announced the following promotions within the club's Baseball Operations Department:

Sky Andrecheck: Vice President, Research and Development

The Cleveland Indians President of Baseball Operations CHRIS ANTONETTI and General Manager MIKE CHERNOFF today announced the following promotions within the club's Baseball Operations Department:

Sky Andrecheck: Vice President, Research and Development

Sky joined the club in 2010, spending the previous three seasons as the club's Senior Director of Research and Development. In the role, he assumes responsibility for the club's analytical systems across Baseball Operations.

Eric Binder: Vice President, Baseball Operations

Eric, who joined the club in 2013, leads the Baseball Operations group in support of the Major League and Player Development staffs and Scouting departments. He will continue to oversee the development and implementation of pitching philosophies and programs throughout the organization.

Lonnie Soloff: Vice President, Medical Services

Lonnie joined the Indians 2003, serving as Head Athletic Trainer from 2003-2014 before becoming Senior Director of Medical Services. He will continue to oversee the Indians' Sports Medicine department throughout the organization.

Alex Merberg: Director, Baseball Operations

Merberg begins his fifth season with the Indians, spending the previous two campaigns as Assistant Director of Baseball Operations. In his current role, he collaborates closely with Player Development, Pro Scouting, Research and Development and Performance Services with a focus on player analysis, process innovation and refining organizational philosophies.

Richard Conway: Assistant Director, International Scouting

Enters his fourth season with the club. In his present role, he will increase his responsibilities in International Operations to coordinate the department's process implementation and information-gathering efforts.

Chris Gale: Assistant Director, International Scouting

Chris also will increase his responsibilities in International Scouting with an emphasis on the scouting process and will continue to contribute to the Professional Scouting department with player assessments and advance work.

Sam Giller: Assistant Director, Baseball Operations

Joining the club in 2016, Sam will increase his management and leadership responsibilities of the club's internal Baseball Operations group, including the department's Fellowship program. He will also continue to provide support in the areas of arbitration and player analysis.

Rob Cerfolio: Assistant, Player Development

Rob shifts from the Amateur Scouting department into Player Development, where he will support and manage the implementation of Player Development programs, plans and processes.

Will Clements: Assistant, Amateur Scouting

Will joined the club in 2018 as the Major League Translator. He will now assist in implementing processes and support our remote Amateur Scouting staff.

Dan Budreika: Coordinator, Professional Scouting

Dan will transition into a front office role in Cleveland, focusing on engagement with our remote staff, departmental administration and player analysis. Spent 2017-2018 as a Professional Scout.

Additionally, the club promoted the following individuals within the Amateur, International and Professional Scouting Departments:

Scott Meaney: Senior Coordinator, Amateur Scouting

Kevin Cullen: Coordinator, Amateur Scouting

Jon Heuerman: Coordinator, Amateur Scouting

Brad Tyler: Underclass Coordinator, Amateur Scouting

Junie Melendez: Coordinator, International Scouting

Bo Hughes: Special Assignment Scout

Doug Carpenter: Special Assignment Scout  

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Indians' 2019 promos feature Lindor, Clevinger, Alomar bobbleheads

Promotional schedule also includes Hand, Lindor, Carrasco red alternate jerseys

The Cleveland Indians have released the team's 2019 promotional schedule, which features four jerseys, three bobbleheads, and various other commemorative items, including a 25th anniversary Progressive Field replica ballpark.

Bobbleheads

The Cleveland Indians have released the team's 2019 promotional schedule, which features four jerseys, three bobbleheads, and various other commemorative items, including a 25th anniversary Progressive Field replica ballpark.

Bobbleheads

Fans can add to their collection by scoring three bobbleheads this season, featuring Francisco Lindor (May 25, courtesy of Sugardale), Mike Clevinger (June 5, courtesy of KeyBank) and Sandy Alomar (Aug. 24).

Jerseys

Indians fans can celebrate old and new fan favorites with a lineup of four jerseys:

• Brad Hand jersey (May 18, courtesy of Lexus)
• Francisco Lindor "Mr. Smile" jersey (July 20, courtesy of KeyBank)
• Carlos Carrasco jersey (July 31, courtesy of Discount Drug Mart)
• Red Alternate jersey (Sept. 4, courtesy of Medical Mutual)

Summer party essentials

A variety of summer-themed promotional items also will be up for grabs:

• Jose Ramirez cap (June 12, courtesy of Sherwin-Williams)
• Freezer mug (June 21, courtesy of Pepsi)
• All-Star Game tote bags (June 24; red, June 25; white and June 26; blue, courtesy of MLB Network)
• Bottle opener sunglasses (July 19, courtesy of Subway)
• T-shirt (Aug. 3)
• Beach bag (Aug. 14)

2019 ticket options

Fans can buy single-game tickets for their favorite promotional items when tickets go on sale to the general public on Feb. 26 at 10 a.m. To guarantee access to Opening Day and All-Star Week tickets, fans can purchase 2019 Season Ticket Plans at Indians.com/Season Tickets.

Fans who can't commit to season tickets can get a great value and top promotional items by purchasing a 2019 Six Pack at Indians.com/SixPacks.

Fan favorites

This season, the Indians will host 17 Pregame in the District nights presented by Miller Lite and Coors Light, which will feature discounted 12-ounce domestic beer cans two hours before first pitch in the Right Field District. There will also be 12 Sugardale Dollar Dog nights and 13 fireworks nights, including Rock 'N Blast on July 12 and 13.

Family friendly promotions at Progressive Field

In an effort to provide entertainment for the entire family, the Indians will bring back a variety of kid-friendly promotions for the 2019 season. The Indians will host nine KeyBank Kids Fun Days and 13 fireworks nights, including two Rock 'N Blast events (July 12 and July 13, presented by FirstEnergy). The club will celebrate Slider's birthday at the ballpark on Aug. 4, which is also a KeyBank Kids Fun Day.

Promo Pass

Promo Pass offers a convenient, inexpensive way for fans to guarantee select promotional items - without the hassle of waiting in long lines on gameday. For a small additional fee, fans can add the Promo Pass option to their game tickets and skip the hassle of arriving early and possibly missing out on a promo item.

Complete Promotional Schedule (subject to change):

April 1: Opening Day, magnet schedule with car magnet* courtesy of Sysco Cleveland, Block Party

May 4: Welcome Mat courtesy of Car Parts Warehouse+

May 5: KeyBank Kids Fun Day

May 17: Sugardale Dollar Dog Night, Pregame in the District presented by Miller Light, Fireworks presented by SportClips, Block Party

May 18: Brad Hand Jersey courtesy of Lexus~, Pregame in the District presented by Miller Light, Block Party

May 19: KeyBank Kids Fun Day

May 22: Weather Education Day presented by College 529

May 24: Sugardale Dollar Dog Night, Pregame in the District presented by Coors Light, Fireworks presented by B'laster Corporation, Block Party

May 25: Francisco Lindor Bobblehead courtesy of Sugardale<,>Pregame in the District presented by Coors Light, Block Party

May 26: KeyBank Kids Fun Day

June 5: Mike Clevinger Bobblehead courtesy of KeyBank~

June 7: Sugardale Dollar Dog Night, Pregame in the District presented by Miller Light, Fireworks presented by Pepsi, Block Party

June 8: Pregame in the District presented by Miller Light, Block Party

June 9: KeyBank Kids Fun Day

June 12: Jose Ramirez Cap courtesy of Sherwin-Williams+

June 21: Sugardale Dog Night, Pregame in the District presented by Miller Light, Freezer Mug courtesy of Pepsi+, Fireworks presented by Wayside Furniture, Block Party

June 22: Progressive Field 25th Anniversary Celebration, Replica Ballpark courtesy of Progressive<,>Pregame in the District presented by Miller Light, Block Party

June 23: KeyBank Kids Fun Day

June 24: All-Star Game Red Tote Bag courtesy of MLB Network+

June 25: All- Star Game White Tote Bag courtesy of MLB Network+

June 26: All-Star Game Blue Tote Bag courtesy of MLB Network+

July 12: Rock 'N Blast presented by FirstEnergy, Pregame in the District presented by Miller Light, Block Party

July 13: Rock 'N Blast presented by FirstEnergy, Pregame in the District presented by Miller Light, Block Party

July 14: KeyBank Kids Fun Day

July 19: Sugardale Dollar Dog Night, Pregame in the District presented by Coors Light, Bottle Opener Sunglasses courtesy of Subway+, Fireworks, Block Party, KeyBank Hassle-Free Weekend

July 20: Francisco Lindor "Mr. Smile" Jersey courtesy of KeyBank^, Pregame in the District presented by Coors Light, Fireworks courtesy of Wayside Furniture, Block Party, KeyBank Hassle-Free Weekend

July 21: KeyBank Kids Fun Day, KeyBank Hassle-Free Weekend

July 31: Carlos Carrasco Jersey courtesy of Discount Drug Mart~

August 2: Sugardale Dollar Dog Night, Pregame in the District presented by Miller Light, Fireworks, Block Party

August 3: T-Shirt<,>Pregame in the District presented by Miller Light, Fireworks presented by T-Mobile, Block Party

August 4: KeyBank Kids Fun Day, Slider's Birthday, Baseball Card Set courtesy of Topps*

August 13: Sugardale Dollar Dog Night

August 14: Beach Bag+

August 23: Sugardale Dollar Dog Night, Pregame in the District presented by Miller Light, Patterned Socks+, Fireworks presented by Kia Motors, Block Party

August 24: Sandy Alomar Bobblehead~, Pregame in the District presented by Miller Light, Fireworks presented by Wayside Furniture, Block Party

August 25: KeyBank Kids Fun Day

September 3: Sugardale Dollar Dog Night

September 4: Red Alternate Jersey courtesy of Medical Mutual~

September 13: Sugardale Dollar Dog Night

September 14: Lightweight Hoodie Courtesy of Meritech+

September 21: Sugardale Dollar Dog Night, Pregame in the District presented by Coors Light, Fireworks presented by T-Mobile, Fan Appreciation Night, 2020 Schedule Poster courtesy of TTX*, Block Party

* -- all fans    + -- 10,000 fans    ~ --12,500 fans    < -- 15,000 fans    ^ -- 17,500 fans    > -- 20,000 fans

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Indians announce 2019 Opening Day early-access ticket purchase opportunity

Public on-sale date is February 26

The Cleveland Indians today announced that fans can register for the 2019 Ticket Purchase Opportunity for the chance to gain early access to the club's Home Opener on Monday, April 1 -- before single-game tickets go on sale to the general public on Feb. 26.

Fans who register for the 2019 Ticket Purchase Opportunity will have a chance to be randomly selected for early access to 2019 Opening Day. To sign up, fans can visit Indians.com/OpeningDay and enter their contact information. The signup deadline is Monday, Feb. 20 and selected fans will be notified via email. 

The Cleveland Indians today announced that fans can register for the 2019 Ticket Purchase Opportunity for the chance to gain early access to the club's Home Opener on Monday, April 1 -- before single-game tickets go on sale to the general public on Feb. 26.

Fans who register for the 2019 Ticket Purchase Opportunity will have a chance to be randomly selected for early access to 2019 Opening Day. To sign up, fans can visit Indians.com/OpeningDay and enter their contact information. The signup deadline is Monday, Feb. 20 and selected fans will be notified via email. 

"In order to give greater access to fans, we've enacted this online registration for Opening Day," said Jeff Wallace, Cleveland Indians director of ticket sales. "While the Ticket Purchase Opportunity gives fans a chance for Opening Day tickets, fans can guarantee Opening Day and All-Star Week tickets by purchasing an eligible Season Ticket Plan.* Opening Day tickets are very limited so we cannot guarantee that tickets will remain when the Public Onsale goes live on February 26."

*Multi-Season Half or Full Season Ticket deposits will receive guaranteed access to purchase tickets to the 2019 All-Star Game presented by Mastercard and related All-Star Game events at Progressive Field.

The Public Onsale will give fans access to single-game tickets for every other Progressive Field game during the 2019 season. Tickets will go on sale at Indians.com/Tickets starting at 10 a.m. ET on Tuesday, Feb. 26.

In addition to Opening Day and single-game priority, Indians Season Ticket Holders receive the following perks:

• All-Star Week priority
• Major savings over single-game prices at Progressive Field
• Access to exclusive Season Ticket Holder merchandise and experiences though Tribe Rewards
• Postseason priority
• Exclusive access to players through Tribe Fest VIP, annual summer Season Ticket Holder event
• And more

Fans interested in Season Ticket packages can call the Indians Season Ticket sales department at 216-420-HITS or visit Indians.com/SeasonTickets.

Tribe Six Packs are still available for purchase at Indians.com/SixPacks. Get six weekend games with some of our most popular promotional items for only $99. 

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Indians invite OF Matt Joyce & RHP Alex Wilson to Major League camp

The Cleveland Indians announced today the club has signed free agents OF MATT JOYCE (#24) and RHP ALEX WILSON (#37) to Minor League contracts with non-roster invitations to Major League Spring Training camp.

Joyce, 34, has spent the last two seasons with the Oakland Athletics, collecting a career-high 25 home runs and 58 extra-base hits in 2017 (68 RBI, .808 OPS, 141 games). Last season he was limited to 83 games due to a pair of stints on the disabled list with lower back soreness. He was a 2011 AL All-Star with the Tampa Bay Rays (career-high 75 RBI, 3.4 WAR) and recorded an .866 OPS for the 2016 Pittsburgh Pirates prior to signing with Oakland. The Tampa, FL native & Florida Southern alum began his professional career with the Detroit Tigers in 2005 (12th round) and was traded to the Rays prior to the 2009 season.  

The Cleveland Indians announced today the club has signed free agents OF MATT JOYCE (#24) and RHP ALEX WILSON (#37) to Minor League contracts with non-roster invitations to Major League Spring Training camp.

Joyce, 34, has spent the last two seasons with the Oakland Athletics, collecting a career-high 25 home runs and 58 extra-base hits in 2017 (68 RBI, .808 OPS, 141 games). Last season he was limited to 83 games due to a pair of stints on the disabled list with lower back soreness. He was a 2011 AL All-Star with the Tampa Bay Rays (career-high 75 RBI, 3.4 WAR) and recorded an .866 OPS for the 2016 Pittsburgh Pirates prior to signing with Oakland. The Tampa, FL native & Florida Southern alum began his professional career with the Detroit Tigers in 2005 (12th round) and was traded to the Rays prior to the 2009 season.  

Wilson, 32, posted a 3.36 ERA (61.2IP, 50H, 23ER, 43SO, .223 avg) in 59 games with Detroit last season, limiting right-handed hitters to a .191 (25/131) average against. He was named Detroit's Pitcher of the Month in September and posted a 0.71 ERA (1ER/12.2IP) over his last 14 appearances to conclude the campaign. The Texas A&M alum began his professional career in 2009 in the Red Sox organization (77th overall pick, 2nd rd., First-Year Player Draft) and debuted with Boston in 2013. He is a veteran of six Major League seasons and over four campaigns with the Tigers he has posted a 3.20 ERA in 246 games (264.2IP, 246H, 94ER).  

The Indians currently have 19 non-roster invitees coming to Major League Spring Training camp, which opens for pitcher and catchers on Feb. 12 in Goodyear, Arizona. 

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Lindor medical update

Francisco Lindor recently sustained a right calf strain while preparing for Spring Training in Orlando, FL.

He was evaluated Wednesday at the Cleveland Clinic by Dr. Mark Schickendantz, who confirmed a moderate calf strain.  

Francisco Lindor recently sustained a right calf strain while preparing for Spring Training in Orlando, FL.

He was evaluated Wednesday at the Cleveland Clinic by Dr. Mark Schickendantz, who confirmed a moderate calf strain.  

Francisco has started his rehab and will be evaluated daily this spring. He is expected to return to Major League game activity in 7-to-9 weeks from his Wednesday evaluation.

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Indians statement regarding passing of Frank Robinson

"The Cleveland Indians organization is deeply saddened by the passing of baseball legend Frank Robinson. Our organization and the City of Cleveland are proud to have played a role in Frank's significant impact on the game when he became the first African-American manager in baseball history on April 8, 1975. The fact Frank hit a solo home run in his first at-bat that day as the Indians' player-manager symbolizes his greatness as a Hall of Fame ballplayer. The entire Indians organization extends its thoughts and prayers to the Robinson family."

The Indians unveiled a statue in his honor, which resides in Heritage Park at Progressive Field, and retired his uniform #20 on May 27, 2017.

"The Cleveland Indians organization is deeply saddened by the passing of baseball legend Frank Robinson. Our organization and the City of Cleveland are proud to have played a role in Frank's significant impact on the game when he became the first African-American manager in baseball history on April 8, 1975. The fact Frank hit a solo home run in his first at-bat that day as the Indians' player-manager symbolizes his greatness as a Hall of Fame ballplayer. The entire Indians organization extends its thoughts and prayers to the Robinson family."

The Indians unveiled a statue in his honor, which resides in Heritage Park at Progressive Field, and retired his uniform #20 on May 27, 2017.

Robinson played 21 seasons in the Majors, for the Reds, Orioles, Dodgers, Angels and Indians. He hit 586 home runs - 10th all time - and was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1982. He served two years as player-manager with the Indians (1975-76) and was exclusively manager in 1977. He also managed for the San Francisco Giants, Baltimore Orioles, Montreal Expos and Washington Nationals.

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Indians invite a pair to Major League camp

The Cleveland Indians announced today the club has signed free agents INF RYAN FLAHERTY and C DIONER NAVARRO to Minor League contracts with non-roster invitations to Major League Spring Training camp.

Flaherty (FLAIR-ety), 32, spent the 2018 season with the Atlanta Braves, starting 23 of the club's first 29 games and appeared in two games in the NLDS vs. Los Angeles. The Portland, Maine native spent the first six seasons of his career, 2012-17, in the Baltimore Orioles organization and has appeared in double-digit games at all four infield positions, left field and right field during his career. He was the 41st overall pick of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft by the Chicago Cubs out of Vanderbilt.  

The Cleveland Indians announced today the club has signed free agents INF RYAN FLAHERTY and C DIONER NAVARRO to Minor League contracts with non-roster invitations to Major League Spring Training camp.

Flaherty (FLAIR-ety), 32, spent the 2018 season with the Atlanta Braves, starting 23 of the club's first 29 games and appeared in two games in the NLDS vs. Los Angeles. The Portland, Maine native spent the first six seasons of his career, 2012-17, in the Baltimore Orioles organization and has appeared in double-digit games at all four infield positions, left field and right field during his career. He was the 41st overall pick of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft by the Chicago Cubs out of Vanderbilt.  

Navarro (dee-ah-ner na-VAR-oh), 34, is a veteran of 13 Major League seasons with six different clubs, ending the 2016 season on the ALCS roster of the Toronto Blue Jays. He stepped away from the game for the 2017 season due to a family medical emergency and most recently appeared in 22 games for La Guaira in the Liga Venezuela Beisbol Profesional (LVBP), batting.284 (21-for-74) with .748 OPS. The Caracas, VZ native was a 2008 All-Star with the Tampa Bay Rays and drove in 69 runs for the 2014 Blue Jays.  

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Indians and Miami Marlins complete trade

CLEVELAND, OH - The Cleveland Indians today announced the club has acquired RHP NICK WITTGREN from the Miami Marlins in exchange for RHP JORDAN MILBRATH. Also, to make room on the 40-man roster for Wittgren, the Indians designated RHP A.J. COLE for assignment.

Wittgren, 27, split the 2018 campaign between the Miami Marlins and Triple-A New Orleans, posting an ERA of 2.94 in 32 relief outings (33.2IP, 29H, 11ER, 15BB, 31SO, .223 avg) for the Marlins around a three-week trip to the Disabled List in June (right hand contusion). The Lafayette, Indiana-native and Purdue University alum owns a career Major League ERA of 3.60 (51ER/127.2IP) over 118 outings with Miami since the 2016 season. He was selected by the Marlins in the ninth round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft. He has one option remaining and was designated for assignment by Miami on January 30 (Neil Walker signed).

CLEVELAND, OH - The Cleveland Indians today announced the club has acquired RHP NICK WITTGREN from the Miami Marlins in exchange for RHP JORDAN MILBRATH. Also, to make room on the 40-man roster for Wittgren, the Indians designated RHP A.J. COLE for assignment.

Wittgren, 27, split the 2018 campaign between the Miami Marlins and Triple-A New Orleans, posting an ERA of 2.94 in 32 relief outings (33.2IP, 29H, 11ER, 15BB, 31SO, .223 avg) for the Marlins around a three-week trip to the Disabled List in June (right hand contusion). The Lafayette, Indiana-native and Purdue University alum owns a career Major League ERA of 3.60 (51ER/127.2IP) over 118 outings with Miami since the 2016 season. He was selected by the Marlins in the ninth round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft. He has one option remaining and was designated for assignment by Miami on January 30 (Neil Walker signed).

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Indians re-sign LHP Oliver Pérez

The Cleveland Indians today announced the club has re-signed free-agent LHP OLIVER PÉREZ (#39) to a Major League contract for the 2019 season with a vesting option for 2020.  

The June 2018 acquisition was a key member of the Indians bullpen, leading the team with 15 holds while recording scoreless appearances in 46 of his 51 outings and posting the highest bWAR of any reliever on the staff (1.3). During his four-month tenure with the club he posted an ERA of 1.39 (32.1IP, 17H, 5ER, 7BB, 43SO, .417 OPS), limited Major League hitters to a .155 average against with a walk-to-strikeout ratio of 6.14 and recorded an inherited runners scored pct. of 9.3% (4-of-43, lowest in the A.L.). His 1.39 ERA was fourth-lowest among MLB relievers who logged at least 30.0 innings (1.74 FIP was second-lowest in MLB).

The Cleveland Indians today announced the club has re-signed free-agent LHP OLIVER PÉREZ (#39) to a Major League contract for the 2019 season with a vesting option for 2020.  

The June 2018 acquisition was a key member of the Indians bullpen, leading the team with 15 holds while recording scoreless appearances in 46 of his 51 outings and posting the highest bWAR of any reliever on the staff (1.3). During his four-month tenure with the club he posted an ERA of 1.39 (32.1IP, 17H, 5ER, 7BB, 43SO, .417 OPS), limited Major League hitters to a .155 average against with a walk-to-strikeout ratio of 6.14 and recorded an inherited runners scored pct. of 9.3% (4-of-43, lowest in the A.L.). His 1.39 ERA was fourth-lowest among MLB relievers who logged at least 30.0 innings (1.74 FIP was second-lowest in MLB).

The 37-year-old native of Culiacan, Mexico was originally signed by Cleveland as a free agent on June 2 after being granted his release from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, the Triple-A affiliate of the New York Yankees.   The 16-year Major League veteran owns the third-most appearances (603) and third-most strikeouts (1479) of any Mexican-born pitcher in MLB history.

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Sandy Alomar Jr. to receive Lifetime Achievement Award during 19th Greater Cleveland Sports Awards

Former catcher and current coach to receive honors at annual fundraiser

Sandy Alomar Jr., former Cleveland Indians catcher and current first base coach will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award presented by Cuyahoga Community College during 19th Greater Cleveland Sports Awards presented by Medical Mutual and Huntington Bank. Sports Awards will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019 at the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel Grand Ballroom in Downtown Cleveland. Doors open at 5 p.m. 

Alomar spent 11 seasons catching with the Indians from 1990-2000. He was a six-time All-Star selection and became the 33rd player to be inducted into the Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame in 2009. During his tenure with the Tribe, he hit .277 with 194 doubles, 92 home runs and 453 RBIs in 985 games. Alomar's 950 games caught are the third-highest in the history of the Indians organization.

As one of the most popular players in club history, Alomar was the field leader behind the plate as his team won five American League Central Division titles and two American League Pennants from 1995 to 1999. 

Sandy Alomar Jr., former Cleveland Indians catcher and current first base coach will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award presented by Cuyahoga Community College during 19th Greater Cleveland Sports Awards presented by Medical Mutual and Huntington Bank. Sports Awards will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019 at the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel Grand Ballroom in Downtown Cleveland. Doors open at 5 p.m. 

Alomar spent 11 seasons catching with the Indians from 1990-2000. He was a six-time All-Star selection and became the 33rd player to be inducted into the Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame in 2009. During his tenure with the Tribe, he hit .277 with 194 doubles, 92 home runs and 453 RBIs in 985 games. Alomar's 950 games caught are the third-highest in the history of the Indians organization.

As one of the most popular players in club history, Alomar was the field leader behind the plate as his team won five American League Central Division titles and two American League Pennants from 1995 to 1999. 

Called up from the minors with the San Diego Padres in 1989, Alomar was traded to the Indians club in 1990. In his rookie year, Alomar was named American League Rookie of the Year and received the Rawlings Glove Award.  

In 1997, Alomar produced his best season. With the Tribe earning a World Series spot, he hit .324 with 37 doubles, 21 home runs and 83 RBIs in 125 games, earning All-Star Game MVP honors and finishing 14th overall in the American League MVP voting. 

After leaving Cleveland in 2000, Alomar was involved with five different clubs before completing his 20th Major League season in 2007.

Now in his ninth season on the Indians coaching staff, Alomar spent eight of those seasons as the team's First Base coach while also serving as the Bench Coach in 2012-13. Additionally, he served as interim manager for the final six games of the 2012 season and mentors Indians players in his former catcher position.

Off the diamond, Alomar is an avid cyclist and extremely supportive of Cleveland Clinic's VeloSano, a year-round, community-driven fundraising initiative to support lifesaving cancer research at Cleveland Clinic. Alomar designed the Cleveland Indians VeloSano team jersey in addition to participating in the 2016-17 rides.   

Lifetime Achievement Award presented by Cuyahoga Community College is given to a person who has dedicated their lives to the advancement of sports in Cleveland. Past recipients have ranged from former Indians and Browns players to high school football coaches in the region. 

Greater Cleveland Sports Awards is the premier annual sports fundraiser that supports Greater Cleveland Sports Commission and celebrates Cleveland's professional, collegiate and high school sports athletic achievements. 
 
This event will feature appearances from current and former national sports celebrities along with a formal dinner, and awards ceremony honoring the top athletic achievements from 2018.
 
Tickets and tables for Sports Awards are available for purchase at clevelandsportsawards.com.
 
Recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award include:
 
2002 - Jim Brown, former running back, Cleveland Browns
2003 - Mark H. McCormack, Founder, International Management Group (IMG)
2004 - Bob Feller, former pitcher, Cleveland Indians
2005 - Richard Jacobs, former owner, Cleveland Indians
2006 - Herb Score, former pitcher & announcer, Cleveland Indians
2007 - Joe Tait, former broadcaster, Cleveland Cavaliers
2008 - Chuck Kyle, Head Football Coach, St. Ignatius High School
2009 - Bob Kain, former CEO, IMG
2010 - Dr. John A. Bergfeld. M.D., Senior Orthopedic Surgeon & team physician, Cleveland Clinic
2011 - Reggie Rucker, former wide receiver, Cleveland Browns
2012 - Austin Carr, former guard & current broadcaster, Cleveland Cavaliers
2013 - Bernie Kosar, former quarterback, Cleveland Browns
2014 - Tom Hamilton, sportscaster & announcer, Cleveland Indians
2015 - Jim Donovan, radio & TV personality, WKYC & Cleveland Browns
2016 - Mike Hargrove, former first baseman & manager, Cleveland Indians
2017 - Zydrunas Ilgauskas, former center, Cleveland Cavaliers
2018 - Sandy Alomar Jr., coach and former catcher, Cleveland Indians
 

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Cleveland Indians announce 2019 Spring Training broadcast schedule

Spring Training opener set for Feb. 23 vs. Reds at Goodyear Ballpark; 12 games televised on SportsTime Ohio; 15 games broadcast on Indians Radio Network and locally on WTAM, WMMS and ALT 99.1

Cleveland, OH-The Cleveland Indians today announced their game times and broadcast schedule for 2019 Cactus League play in Arizona, a schedule that opens against the Cincinnati Reds at Goodyear Ballpark on Feb. 23.

This Spring 12 games will be televised on SportsTime Ohio, while 15 games will be broadcast on the Indians Radio Network, including 10 on WTAM 1100 AM, 2 on WMMS 100.7 FM and 3 on ALT 99.1 FM.

Cleveland, OH-The Cleveland Indians today announced their game times and broadcast schedule for 2019 Cactus League play in Arizona, a schedule that opens against the Cincinnati Reds at Goodyear Ballpark on Feb. 23.

This Spring 12 games will be televised on SportsTime Ohio, while 15 games will be broadcast on the Indians Radio Network, including 10 on WTAM 1100 AM, 2 on WMMS 100.7 FM and 3 on ALT 99.1 FM.

Pitchers and catchers are scheduled to report to Goodyear, AZ, on February 12, full squad reports on February 16, with first full squad workout on February 18.

Goodyear Ballpark will be celebrating its 10-year anniversary season in 2019 with some special events and giveaways (see below).

TRAVEL PACKAGES

Indians fans should call 1-855-298-5444 for more details and to book a Spring Training trip today.

TICKETS ON SALE

Single-game tickets for Tribe Spring Training games go on sale online only at Indians.com/Spring.

PROMOTIONAL DAYS/SPECIAL EVENTS

2019 at Goodyear Ballpark includes many promotions and special events, including fireworks, player autographs, a Jose Ramirez bobblehead, a limited edition 10th anniversary season commemorative ticket, Catch on the Field, Kids Days Sundays and more.

The full promotional/special event calendar is available at Indians.com/Spring.

The Tribe will play 15 games as the home team at Goodyear Ballpark, plus 19 away games. They will have three split-squad games (Feb. 27, March 13 & March 20) and four night games at Goodyear Ballpark (all 6:10 p.m. local time):

  • March 1 vs. Los Angeles-NL
  • March 8 vs. San Francisco
  • March 20 vs. Los Angeles-AL
  • March 22 vs. Chicago-NL

The Tribe will play two exhibition games in Arlington on March 25 and March 26 before their season opener at Minnesota on March 28.

2019 FAN EXPERIENCE PACKAGES

Three unique and popular behind-the-scenes Fan Experience packages are available for fans this Spring in Goodyear, including:

On-Field Workout: A 90-minute, post-game on-field workout session hosted on Fields 1 and 2 at the Player Development Complex. Fans will have the opportunity to take cuts in the indoor batting cages, field ground balls in the infield, shag fly balls in the outfield and compete in an individual batting challenge competition.

  • Dates: March 9, 23
  • Cost: $130/person

Player/Broadcaster Meet-n-Greet: A 60-minute, postgame meet-and-greet and Q&A session with 2-3 Indians players and a member of the Indians Broadcast team. This fan favorite event will be hosted at the recently renovated Right Field Pavilion at Goodyear Ballpark, and will include light snacks and refreshments during the event. A cash bar will also be available.

  • Dates: March 3, 17
  • Cost: $105/person

Batting Practice Fan Zone: Fans will have a chance to watch pregame batting practice up close and personal on the field, directly behind the batting cage on Field 1 at the Player Development Complex.

  • Date: March 8, 22
  • Cost: $80/person

More information on Fan Experience packages is available at Indians.com/Spring or call the Goodyear Ballpark ticket office at 623-882-3130.

2019 SPRING TRAINING SCHEDULE

 

DAY

DATE

OPPONENT

TIME (ET)

RADIO/TV

Saturday

Feb. 23

Cincinnati

3:05

STO/WMMS

Sunday

Feb. 24

Arizona

3:05

WTAM

Monday

Feb. 25

Texas

3:05

Indians.com webcast

Tuesday

Feb. 26

Colorado (Salt River)

3:10

Indians.com webcast

Wednesday

Feb. 27

Seattle (ss)

3:05

Indians.com webcast

Wednesday

Feb. 27

Milwaukee (Maryvale, ss)

3:05

STO via FSW

Thursday

Feb. 28

Arizona (Salt River)

3:10

 

Friday

March 1

Los Angeles-NL

8:05

STO/WTAM

Saturday

March 2

Oakland (Mesa)

3:05

Indians.com webcast

Sunday

March 3

Kansas City

3:05

ALT 99.1

Monday

March 4

San Diego (Peoria)

3:10

STO via FSSD

Tuesday

March 5

Chicago-AL

3:05

WTAM

Wednesday

March 6

Los Angeles-NL (Glendale)

9:05

Indians.com webcast

Thursday

March 7

Arizona (Salt River)

3:10

STO via FSAZ/ALT 99.1

Friday

March 8

San Francisco

8:05

 

Saturday

March 9

Colorado

3:05

WTAM

Sunday

March 10

Seattle (Peoria)

4:10

WTAM

Monday

March 11

Cincinnati

4:05

 

Tuesday

March 12

OFF DAY

 

 

Wednesday

March 13

Milwaukee (ss)

4:05

 

Wednesday

March 13

Kansas City (Surprise, ss)

4:05

STO via FSMW

Thursday

March 14

Colorado

4:05

 

Friday

March 15

Texas (Surprise)

4:05

WTAM

Saturday

March 16

Los Angeles-AL (Tempe)

4:10

STO via FSW/WTAM

Sunday

March 17

Cincinnati

4:05

STO/WTAM

Monday

March 18

San Diego

4:05

Indians.com webcast

Tuesday

March 19

Los Angeles-NL (Glendale)

10:05

 

Wednesday

March 20

Los Angeles-AL (ss)

9:05

STO via FSW/Indians.com webcast

Wednesday

March 20

San Francisco (Scottsdale, ss)

10:05

 

Thursday

March 21

Texas (Surprise)

4:05

STO via FSSW/WMMS

Friday

March 22

Chicago-NL

9:05

STO/ALT 99.1

Saturday

March 23

Cincinnati

4:05

STO/WTAM

Sunday

March 24

Chicago-AL (Glendale)

3:05

 

Monday

March 25

Texas (Arlington)

8:05

STO via FSSW/WTAM

Tuesday

March 26

Texas (Arlington)

2:05

 

 

All game dates and times are subject to change

Bold indicates home games

For future information on tickets, schedules and workout times, fans can log on to Indians.com/spring or Indians.com/boletos.

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Indians make waiver claim

CLEVELAND, OH - The Cleveland Indians announced today the following transaction relative to the Major League 40-man roster:

Claimed RHP A.J. COLE from the New York Yankees (40-man roster now at 39 players).

CLEVELAND, OH - The Cleveland Indians announced today the following transaction relative to the Major League 40-man roster:

Claimed RHP A.J. COLE from the New York Yankees (40-man roster now at 39 players).

Cole, 27, spent most of the 2018 season with the New York Yankees after opening the campaign
as the fifth starter for the Washington Nationals. With the Yankees, he posted a 4.26 ERA in 28 relief appearances (38.0IP, 39H, 18ER, 16BB, 49SO), fanning 11.6 batters per 9.0 innings. The Oviedo, FL native was Washington's fourth round pick in the 2010 First-Year Player Draft and was later acquired by the Oakland Athletics (Dec. 2011) and sent back to the Nationals in exchange for Blake Treinen prior to the 2013 campaign. He earned a spot on Washington's 2018 Opening Day roster and was purchased by the Yankees on April 24. He owns 54 Major League appearances since debuting with the Nats in 2015 and possesses a career Minor League ERA of 3.94 in 161 games/155 starts (361ER/825.2IP).

+This afternoon the club reached an agreement on a 2019 contract with SS FRANCISCO LINDOR, avoiding arbitration.

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Indians invite six (6) to Major League camp

Chad Wolfe joins Major League athletic training staff

CLEVELAND, OH - The Cleveland Indians announced today the following roster moves relative to the 2019 Spring Training roster:

Extended non-roster invitations to 2019 Major League Spring Training camp to the following players:

CLEVELAND, OH - The Cleveland Indians announced today the following roster moves relative to the 2019 Spring Training roster:

Extended non-roster invitations to 2019 Major League Spring Training camp to the following players:

C Li-Jen Chu                                                  OF Daniel Johnson
LHP Rob Kaminsky                                       RHP Henry Martinez
INF Mark Mathias                                          OF Mike Papi

Chu, 24, split the 2018 season between Single-A Lynchburg, Double-A Akron and Triple-A Columbus, batting a combined .272 (96-for-353) with 22 doubles, 1 triple, 10 homers and 51 RBI in 99 games (.340/.425/.765). He also represented the club in the Arizona Fall League. The native of Taichung, Taiwan was a 2017 Midwest League Postseason All-Star and was signed as an amateur free agent in November 2012.

Johnson, 23, was acquired from the Washington Nationals on November 30 and will embark on his first Major League camp in just his fourth season as a professional. He was named Washington's 2017 Minor League Player of the Year and was rated as the fifth-best prospect in the Nationals system at the All-Star Break by FanGraphs. The Vallejo, CA native's 2018 campaign was limited to 96 regular season games due to a broken right hamate bone.

Kaminsky, 24, is coming off an Arizona Fall League All-Star selection (1.64 ERA, 10 games, 2ER/11.0 IP) after posting a 3.08 ERA with 4 saves at AA Akron during the regular season (26.1IP, 22H, 9ER, 22SO, .229 avg). The Englewood Cliffs, NJ native was acquired from the St. Louis Cardinals in July 2015 in exchange for OF Brandon Moss and was the 28th overall selection in the 2013 draft by St. Louis. He missed virtually all of 2017 after undergoing reconstructive left elbow surgery.

Martinez, 24, split the 2018 season between three stops in the club's player development system (Lynchburg, Akron, Columbus), leading all Indians Minor League pitchers in appearances (48) and saves (15). His combined ERA at Single-A Lynchburg and AA Akron was 2.50 (11ER/39.2IP) and his season ERA was 4.26 (24ER/50.2IP). The native of the Dominican Republic was signed by the organization as an amateur free agent in September 2013.

Mathias, 24, spent 2018 in Akron, batting .232 (92-for-397) with 25 doubles, 3 triples, 8 homers and 45 RBI in a career-high 117 games, appearing in 105 games at second base. He also stole 11 bases in 13 attempts and finished fourth in the Eastern League with 59 walks. The Fremont, CA native was Cleveland's third round pick (93rd overall) in the 2015 First-Year Player Draft out of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, where he was named Big West Conference Player of the Year as a sophomore.

Papi, 26, recorded an on-base pct. of .373 at Triple-A Columbus in 2018, hitting .247 (60-for-243) with 17 2B, 1 3B, 7 HR and 26 RBI in 83 games. The native of Scranton, PA appeared in 65 games in right field, 6 games at first base and 1 game in left field for the Clippers in 2018, batting .259 (52-for-201) with an .820 OPS vs. right-handed pitching. Mike was the 38th overall selection in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft (Competitive Balance Round A) out of the University of Virginia, earning All-America honors that season.  

CHAD WOLFE JOINS MAJOR LEAGUE ATHLETIC TRAINING STAFF

The Indians today announced the promotion of CHAD WOLFE to the Major League Athletic Training staff. Wolfe replaces the departed Michael Salazar, who joined the Athletic Training staff of the San Diego Padres in December.   Wolfe will work alongside Athletic Trainer James Quinlan and fellow Assistant Athletic Trainer Jeff Desjardins.  

Chad is entering his 16th overall season as an Athletic Trainer in the organization after initially spending a one season at rookie-level Mahoning Valley in 2004. After his stint with MV, he incrementally increased his time at each level of the system by one year (Lake County 2005-06; Kinston 2007-09; AA Akron 2010-13; AAA Columbus 2014-18. The Graham, NC native earned his graduate and undergraduate degrees from East Carolina University.

 

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Cleveland Indians announce 2019 game times, broadcast schedule; home opener set for April 1 vs. CWS

Flagship TV home SportsTime Ohio to air 160 games; 9 games nationally televised (4 ESPN, 5 FS1); all 162 games to air on Indians Radio Network; 162 to air on local AM flagship WTAM 1100 and 142 on local FM flagship 100.7 WMMS

Cleveland, OH -- The Cleveland Indians today announced games times and broadcast information for the club's 2019 season schedule, its 119th as a charter member of the American League.

SportsTime Ohio, the Indians flagship TV partner, will air 160 games, while 9 games will appear on national TV. 

Cleveland, OH -- The Cleveland Indians today announced games times and broadcast information for the club's 2019 season schedule, its 119th as a charter member of the American League.

SportsTime Ohio, the Indians flagship TV partner, will air 160 games, while 9 games will appear on national TV. 

On radio, flagship home WTAM 1100 will air all 162 games, with WMMS 100.7 FM airing 142 games; all 162 games can be heard across the Indians Radio Network. (Subject to change.) 

The Tribe opens the season on the road March 28 against the Minnesota Twins, with the home opener set for Monday, April 1 against the Chicago White Sox. The home opener begins a six-game homestand featuring a two-game series against the White Sox (April 1 & April 3) and a four-game series against Toronto (April 4-7). 

The Indians will hit the road for an eight-game road trip right before the All-Star break to allow for the 2019 All-Star Week festivities to begin in Cleveland on July 5-9. 

The 2019 schedule will feature six summer weekends at Progressive Field from June to August:
•   June 7-9 vs. New York Yankees
•   June 21-23 vs. Detroit Tigers
•   July 12-14 vs. Minnesota Twins
•   July 19-21 vs. Kansas City Royals
•   Aug. 2-4 vs. Los Angeles Angels
•   Aug. 23-25 vs. Kansas City Royals

Fans can still secure priority access to 2019 All-Star Week festivities and 2019 Opening Day by purchasing a season ticket plan at www.Indians.com/SeasonTickets. 

For those who can't commit to a season ticket plan, Tribe Six Packs are now available for the 2019 season at www.Indians.com/SixPacks. Tribe Six Packs feature Friday, Saturday or Sunday games to some of the best weekends of the season.  

2019 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE

MARCH
March 28 @ Minnesota, 4:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
March 30 @ Minnesota, 2:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
March 31 @ Minnesota, 2:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)

APRIL
April 1 v Chicago-AL, 4:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/ESPN/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 3 v Chicago-AL, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
April 4 v Toronto, 6:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
April 5 v Toronto, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 6 v Toronto, 4:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 7 v Toronto, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
April 9 @ Detroit, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
April 10 @ Detroit, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
April 11 @ Detroit, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
April 12 @ Kansas City, 8:15PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 13 @ Kansas City, 7:15PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 14 @ Kansas City, 2:15PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 15 @ Seattle, 10:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 16 @ Seattle, 10:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 17 @ Seattle, 6:40PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 19 v Atlanta, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 20 v Atlanta, 4:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 21 v Atlanta, 7:05PM (ESPN/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 23 v Miami, 6:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 24 v Miami, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
April 25 @ Houston, 8:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 26 @ Houston, 8:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 27 @ Houston, 4:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/FS1/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 28 @ Houston, 7:05PM (ESPN/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
April 30 @ Miami, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)

MAY
May 1 @ Miami, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 3 v Seattle, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 4 v Seattle, 4:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 5 v Seattle, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 6 v Chicago-AL, 6:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 7 v Chicago-AL, 6:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 8 v Chicago-AL, 6:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 9 v Chicago-AL, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
May 10 @ Oakland, 9:37PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 11 @ Oakland, 4:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/FS1/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 12 @ Oakland, 4:07PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 13 @ Chicago-AL, 8:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 14 @ Chicago-AL, 2:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
May 16 v Baltimore, 6:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 17 v Baltimore, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 18 v Baltimore, 4:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 19 v Baltimore, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 20 v Oakland, 6:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 21 v Oakland, 6:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 22 v Oakland, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
May 23 v Tampa Bay, 6:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 24 v Tampa Bay, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 25 v Tampa Bay, 4:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 26 v Tampa Bay, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 27 @ Boston, 4:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/ESPN/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
May 28 @ Boston, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 29 @ Boston, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 30 @ Chicago-AL, 8:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
May 31 @ Chicago-AL, 8:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)

JUNE
June 1 @ Chicago-AL, 2:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 2 @ Chicago-AL, 2:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 4 v Minnesota, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 5 v Minnesota, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 6 v Minnesota, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 7 v New York-AL, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 8 v New York-AL, 4:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/FS1/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 9 v New York-AL, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 11 v Cincinnati, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 12 v Cincinnati, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
June 14 @ Detroit, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 15 @ Detroit, 6:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 16 @ Detroit, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 17 @ Texas, 8:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 18 @ Texas, 8:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 19 @ Texas, 8:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 20 @ Texas, 2:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
June 21 v Detroit, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 22 v Detroit, 4:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/FS1/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 23 v Detroit, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 24 v Kansas City, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 25 v Kansas City, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 26 v Kansas City, 1:10 PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
June 28 @ Baltimore, 7:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 29 @ Baltimore, 4:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
June 30 @ Baltimore, 1:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)

JULY
July 2 @ Kansas City, 8:15PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 3 @ Kansas City, 8:15PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 4 @ Kansas City, 1:15PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
July 6 @ Cincinnati, 4:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 7 @ Cincinnati, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 12 v Minnesota, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 13 v Minnesota, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 14 v Minnesota, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 15 v Detroit, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 16 v Detroit, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 17 v Detroit, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 18 v Detroit, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 19 v Kansas City, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 20 v Kansas City, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 21 v Kansas City, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 22 @ Toronto, 7:07PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 23 @ Toronto, 7:07PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 24 @ Toronto, 7:07PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 25 @ Kansas City, 8:15PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 26 @ Kansas City, 8:15PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 27 @ Kansas City, 7:15PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 28 @ Kansas City, 2:15PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 30 v Houston, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
July 31 v Houston, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)

AUGUST
August 1 v Houston, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 2 v Los Angeles-AL, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 3 v Los Angeles-AL, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/FS1/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 4 v Los Angeles-AL, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 5 v Texas, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 6 v Texas, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 7 v Texas, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
August 8 @ Minnesota, 8:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 9 @ Minnesota, 8:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 10 @ Minnesota, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 11 @ Minnesota, 2:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 12 v Boston, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/ESPN/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 13 v Boston, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 14 v Boston, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
August 15 @ New York-AL, 7:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 16 @ New York-AL, 7:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 17 @ New York-AL, 1:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 18 @ New York-AL, 1:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 20 @ New York-NL, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 21 @ New York-NL, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 22 @ New York-NL, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 23 v Kansas City, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 24 v Kansas City, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 25 v Kansas City, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 27 @ Detroit, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 28 @ Detroit, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 29 @ Detroit, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
August 30 @ Tampa Bay, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
August 31 @ Tampa Bay, 6:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)

SEPTEMBER
September 1 @ Tampa Bay, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 2 v Chicago-AL, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 3 v Chicago-AL, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 4 v Chicago-AL, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 5 v Chicago-AL, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/Indians Radio Network)
September 6 @ Minnesota, 8:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 7 @ Minnesota, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 8 @ Minnesota, 2:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 9 @ Los Angeles-AL, 10:07PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 10 @ Los Angeles-AL, 10:07PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 11 @ Los Angeles-AL, 8:07PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 13 v Minnesota, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 14 v Minnesota, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 15 v Minnesota, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 17 v Detroit, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 18 v Detroit, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 19 v Detroit, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 20 v Philadelphia, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 21 v Philadelphia, 7:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 22 v Philadelphia, 1:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 24 @ Chicago-AL, 8:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 25 @ Chicago-AL, 8:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 26 @ Chicago-AL, 8:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 27 @ Washington, 7:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 28 @ Washington, 4:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)
September 29 @ Washington, 3:05PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/Indians Radio Network)

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