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Cleveland Indians announce today's game vs. Baltimore Orioles is sold out

Cleveland, OH -- The Cleveland Indians announced that Saturday's game against the Baltimore Orioles is sold out.* This marks eight sellouts this season, joining the home opener on April 6 vs. Royals, June 23 vs. Tigers, July 6 vs. A's, July 13 and 14 vs. Yankees and Aug. 3 and 4 vs. Angels.

The Tribe has announced a sellout in three consecutive Saturdays at Progressive Field, joining Aug. 4 and July 14.

Cleveland, OH -- The Cleveland Indians announced that Saturday's game against the Baltimore Orioles is sold out.* This marks eight sellouts this season, joining the home opener on April 6 vs. Royals, June 23 vs. Tigers, July 6 vs. A's, July 13 and 14 vs. Yankees and Aug. 3 and 4 vs. Angels.

The Tribe has announced a sellout in three consecutive Saturdays at Progressive Field, joining Aug. 4 and July 14.

Fans still looking to attend Saturday's game can buy tickets through StubHub, the exclusive secondary ticket provider for the Cleveland Indians. Only tickets sold and purchased through Indians.com and StubHub will be guaranteed Progressive Field access and a superior level of customer service. Please note the following:

- All tickets posted on the secondary market for resale are required to be sold only on StubHub.
- Any tickets posted, sold, or acquired outside of StubHub on the secondary market can be revoked at any time.

*Limited inventory may become available, including Standing Room Only tickets

A few thousand tickets are still available for Sunday's game against Baltimore. Fans are encouraged to buy tickets online at Indians.com.

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Indians recall RHP Adam Plutko from Triple-A Columbus

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

Recalled RHP ADAM PLUTKO (#45) from AAA Columbus.

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

Recalled RHP ADAM PLUTKO (#45) from AAA Columbus.

Optioned LHP TYLER OLSON to AAA Columbus.

Plutko (plett-KOH), 26, is beginning his sixth stint with Cleveland this season, posting a mark of 4-2 with a save and a 4.75 ERA in 9 games/6 starts with Cleveland (41.2IP, 41H, 22ER, 11BB, 29SO, .258 avg). His most recent stint with Cleveland was from July 28-29. Around his tenure with Cleveland he has recorded a mark of 7-3 with a 1.70 ERA in 14 starts with Columbus (84.2IP, 47H, 16ER, 16BB, 81SO, .158 avg) and over his last 4 outings he owns an ERA of 0.92 (2ER/19.2IP/0HR). For the season at Triple-A, right-handed hitters are just batting .157 (24-for-153) and he has yielded a .118 (4-for-34) average with runners in scoring position.

Today's starting assignment against Baltimore for the UCLA alum is his first for Cleveland since June 30 at Oakland (L, 5.2IP, 5H, 3R/ER, 1BB, 3SO, HR).

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Cleveland Indians, Montgomery Inn announce partnership

Montgomery Inn named the official BBQ and BBQ sauce of the Cleveland Indians

The Cleveland Indians today announced a new partnership with the Cincinnati-based barbecue restaurant Montgomery Inn.

Nicknamed "The Ribs King," Montgomery Inn is now the official barbecue and barbecue sauce of the Cleveland Indians.

The Cleveland Indians today announced a new partnership with the Cincinnati-based barbecue restaurant Montgomery Inn.

Nicknamed "The Ribs King," Montgomery Inn is now the official barbecue and barbecue sauce of the Cleveland Indians.

The new Forest City BBQ stand (section 541), presented by Montgomery Inn, features pulled chicken, pulled pork and sliced kielbasa BBQ platters. Fans will also have an option to purchase a sliced brisket sandwich, as well as delicious sides like baked beans, mac n' cheese and potato salad.

Progressive Field is the first and only location where Clevelanders can enjoy Montgomery Inn barbecue.

"We are very excited to partner with a city and a franchise as great as Cleveland and the Cleveland Indians," said VP, Montgomery Inn, Inc. Evan Andrews. "Montgomery Inn and the Tribe both have winning traditions and this partnership makes us proud!"

Fans can now pick up Montgomery Inn's famous barbecue sauce at all Heinen's locations.

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Cleveland Indians ride with Lyft through 2019

Lyft named official rideshare partner of the Cleveland Indians

Cleveland, OH -- The Cleveland Indians announced today a new partnership with Lyft, the fastest growing rideshare company in the U.S.

Lyft provides Tribe fans a responsible and reliable ride, allowing them to enjoy the game and eliminate the pain of parking.

Cleveland, OH -- The Cleveland Indians announced today a new partnership with Lyft, the fastest growing rideshare company in the U.S.

Lyft provides Tribe fans a responsible and reliable ride, allowing them to enjoy the game and eliminate the pain of parking.

"We are thrilled to be the official rideshare partner of the Cleveland Indians and look forward to providing convenient and reliable transportation for fans headed to and from games," said Jay Dumaswala, Lyft's Cleveland market manager. "The Indians are beloved by Clevelanders, and we're honored to partner with the organization to make the gameday experience even better by eliminating the stress of parking and allowing fans to focus on what matters the most - the game."

Through the partnership, Lyft will have a dedicated pickup and drop-off area on Erie Ct. for fans to easily get a ride to and from Progressive Field. Dedicated signage will be in the area to easily alert fans to the designated location.

Lyft service will begin immediately, giving fans attending the Baltimore series (Aug. 17-19) the opportunity to utilize the new location. New Lyft users can use the code NEWTRIBE for $5 off their first two rides when they download the Lyft app for the first time on all Apple and Android devices.

The Indians join the St. Louis Cardinals as the only other exclusive Lyft partner in Major League Baseball.

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Indians place RHP Trevor Bauer on 10-day DL

LHP Tyler Olson recalled from AAA

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

Placed RHP TREVOR BAUER (right fibula stress fracture) on the 10-day Disabled List, retroactive to August 12.

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

Placed RHP TREVOR BAUER (right fibula stress fracture) on the 10-day Disabled List, retroactive to August 12.

Recalled LHP TYLER OLSON from AAA Columbus. 

Bauer, 27, exited his August 11 start at Chicago-AL in the bottom of the 7th inning after being struck on the right leg by a batted ball. He has posted a 12-6 record and 2.22 ERA (166.0IP, 125H, 49R, 41ER, 8HR, 56BB) in 25 starts, while recording a career-high 214 strikeouts. Bauer currently leads the American League in innings pitched (166.0), home ERA (1.87), games started (T1st) and quality starts (20), while ranking 2nd in strikeouts, 3rd in ERA (2.22), 4th in strikeouts-per-9.0IP (11.6) and 5th in opponent batting average (.205). The right-hander has eclipsed the 100-pitch threshold in all 25 of his outings this season, the longest such streak by any Indians pitcher dating back to at least 1988. This marks the first Disabled List stint of Bauer's MLB career.

Olson, 28, was on Cleveland's 2018 Opening Day roster and will begin his third stint with the club (Opening Day-June 16, July 11-19), making 30 relief appearances (1-1, 7.50 ERA, 18.0IP, 21H. 16R-15ER, 4HR, 8BB, 24SO, .284 AVG). He has held left-handed hitters to a .225 (9-40) avg. and .279 OBP at the Major League level, while fanning 14. Olson is 2-1 with a 1.86 ERA (9.2IP, 4H, 4R-2ER, 0HR, 1BB) across 12 relief appearances for Columbus this season, holding Triple-A batters to a .121 mark with 15 strikeouts. 

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Hard Rock Rocksino Named a Proud Entertainment Partner of the Cleveland Indians

Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park has been named "A Proud Entertainment Partner of the Cleveland Indians." The partnership teams up two of Northeast Ohio's most recognized and favorite brands to deliver a new level of "authentic experiences that rock" to their mutual fans.
 
"This new relationship between the Cleveland Indians and Hard Rock Rocksino synergizes two Northeast Ohio partners who continue to raise the bar in delivering sports and entertainment experiences that are second to none!" says Mark Birtha, President, Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park.  
 
"The Cleveland Indians are thrilled to announce a new partnership with Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park," said Indians President, Business Operations, Brian Barren. "Hard Rock Rocksino is a brand that has strong ties to Northeast Ohio; and we share a commitment to excellence when it comes to creating unique and memorable experiences for our customers and fans."
 
According to Birtha, "Hard Rock Rocksino's status as "A Proud Entertainment Partner of the Cleveland Indians" is a one-of-a-kind 'Wow' factor that continues to differentiate us in this region: Our authentic experiences that rock will reach a new level as we bring the excitement of our championship team to our property and the Hard Rock brand power to theirs. Hard Rock Rocksino continues to reinvest in our local community. As part of our evolution as a Vegas Experience with an Ohio Address, we want everyone to know that the Rocksino is always cutting edge, customer focused, and the region's premier destination for gaming, dining and entertainment." 
 
According to Birtha, this new partnership will provide added value to all of its guests. Once-in-a-lifetime activities with the Indians partnership include private "VIP Experiences" at Progressive Field on game days including the opportunity to steal second base during a game as the grounds crew works on the field, viewing the game from a booth at the Press Box level, watching batting practice or even attending a private brunch with notable Indians' alumni at Kosar's Wood-Fired Grill. In addition, guests will enjoy unique property promotions and giveaways, Rock Star 
Rewards club loyalty benefits, and many more remarkable events at the Hard Rock Rocksino. "We are excited to introduce new promotions and experiences for our Rock Star Rewards members as part of our relationship with the Cleveland Indians. We look forward to joining with Indians fans everywhere to cheer our home-town team to another victory," says Birtha.
 

Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park has been named "A Proud Entertainment Partner of the Cleveland Indians." The partnership teams up two of Northeast Ohio's most recognized and favorite brands to deliver a new level of "authentic experiences that rock" to their mutual fans.
 
"This new relationship between the Cleveland Indians and Hard Rock Rocksino synergizes two Northeast Ohio partners who continue to raise the bar in delivering sports and entertainment experiences that are second to none!" says Mark Birtha, President, Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park.  
 
"The Cleveland Indians are thrilled to announce a new partnership with Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park," said Indians President, Business Operations, Brian Barren. "Hard Rock Rocksino is a brand that has strong ties to Northeast Ohio; and we share a commitment to excellence when it comes to creating unique and memorable experiences for our customers and fans."
 
According to Birtha, "Hard Rock Rocksino's status as "A Proud Entertainment Partner of the Cleveland Indians" is a one-of-a-kind 'Wow' factor that continues to differentiate us in this region: Our authentic experiences that rock will reach a new level as we bring the excitement of our championship team to our property and the Hard Rock brand power to theirs. Hard Rock Rocksino continues to reinvest in our local community. As part of our evolution as a Vegas Experience with an Ohio Address, we want everyone to know that the Rocksino is always cutting edge, customer focused, and the region's premier destination for gaming, dining and entertainment." 
 
According to Birtha, this new partnership will provide added value to all of its guests. Once-in-a-lifetime activities with the Indians partnership include private "VIP Experiences" at Progressive Field on game days including the opportunity to steal second base during a game as the grounds crew works on the field, viewing the game from a booth at the Press Box level, watching batting practice or even attending a private brunch with notable Indians' alumni at Kosar's Wood-Fired Grill. In addition, guests will enjoy unique property promotions and giveaways, Rock Star 
Rewards club loyalty benefits, and many more remarkable events at the Hard Rock Rocksino. "We are excited to introduce new promotions and experiences for our Rock Star Rewards members as part of our relationship with the Cleveland Indians. We look forward to joining with Indians fans everywhere to cheer our home-town team to another victory," says Birtha.
 

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Indians place 1B/DH Edwin Encarnacion on 10-day DL

Inf Yandy Dĺaz recalled from AAA

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

Placed 1B/DH EDWIN ENCARNACION (right hand contusion) on the 10-day Disabled List, retroactive to August 11.

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

Placed 1B/DH EDWIN ENCARNACION (right hand contusion) on the 10-day Disabled List, retroactive to August 11.

Recalled INF YANDY DĺAZ from AAA Columbus. 

Dίaz, 27, has spent most of the season at AAA Columbus (102-for-348) with 24 doubles, 3 home runs and 40 RBI in 98 games (.409/.388/.797). He is currently leading the International League in walks (70) and on-base pct. (.409) and is tied for sixth in doubles and ninth in batting average. Over his last 13 games with Columbus he is batting .360 (18-for-50) with 9 runs scored and on the year for the Clippers he has appeared in 73 games at third base and 12 games at first. Today marks the beginning of his second stint with Cleveland, hitting safely in all four games of his previous stint, July 20-23 (.500, 7-for-14). 

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All-Star Game Merchandise to debut at Progressive Field Indians team shop

Merchandise for the 2019 All-Star Game presented by Mastercard will be for sale at the Progressive Field Indians Team Shop and MLB.com; Merchandise will go on sale immediately following the logo unveil

CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Indians will debut 2019 All-Star Game merchandise at the main Progressive Field Team Shop following the unveiling of the official logo of the 2019 All-Star Game presented by Mastercard on Tuesday, August 7.

Fans will have the opportunity to have an exclusive introduction to the 2019 All-Star product starting at approximately 2:30 p.m. An assortment of apparel will be introduced including, headwear, t-shirts and other novelty items. 

CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Indians will debut 2019 All-Star Game merchandise at the main Progressive Field Team Shop following the unveiling of the official logo of the 2019 All-Star Game presented by Mastercard on Tuesday, August 7.

Fans will have the opportunity to have an exclusive introduction to the 2019 All-Star product starting at approximately 2:30 p.m. An assortment of apparel will be introduced including, headwear, t-shirts and other novelty items. 

Progressive Field Team Shops and MLB.com will be the only outlets with 2019 Midsummer Classic merchandise from top MLB licensees for the first seven-day selling period. 

Fans who attend the Tribe's Minnesota series from August 7-9 will find new All-Star game merchandise at all Indians retail stands. Tickets can still be purchased at Indians.com.

The official logo of the 2019 All-Star Game presented by Mastercard will be unveiled at Progressive Field on Tuesday, August 7. The logo unveil will also be streamed on MLB.com.

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Cleveland Indians announce second consecutive sellout vs. Angels

The Cleveland Indians announced that Saturday's game against the Los Angeles Angels is sold out.* This marks seven sellouts this season, joining the home opener on April 6 vs. Royals, June 23 vs. Tigers, July 6 vs. A's, July 13 and 14 vs. Yankees and August 3 vs. Angels. 

This marks the second straight year that the Indians have sold out both nights of Rock 'n' Blast.

The Cleveland Indians announced that Saturday's game against the Los Angeles Angels is sold out.* This marks seven sellouts this season, joining the home opener on April 6 vs. Royals, June 23 vs. Tigers, July 6 vs. A's, July 13 and 14 vs. Yankees and August 3 vs. Angels. 

This marks the second straight year that the Indians have sold out both nights of Rock 'n' Blast.

Fans still looking to attend Saturday's game can buy tickets through StubHub, the exclusive secondary ticket provider for the Cleveland Indians. Only tickets sold and purchased through Indians.com and StubHub will be guaranteed Progressive Field access and a superior level of customer service. Please note the following:

·         All tickets posted on the secondary market for resale are required to be sold only on StubHub.

·         Any tickets posted, sold, or acquired outside of StubHub on the secondary market can be revoked at any time.

*Limited inventory may become available, including Standing Room Only tickets

 

A few thousand tickets are still available for Sunday's game. Fans are encouraged to buy tickets online at Indians.com.

 

Sunday, August 5 vs. Angels @ 1:10 p.m. - A FEW THOUSAND TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE!

·         $2 Value Sundays: Enjoy $2 sodas, popsicles and nachos from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the Right Field District.

·         Baseball Card Set: All fans will receive a baseball card set, courtesy of Topps.

·         KeyBank Kids Fun Day

·         Kids Run the Bases presented by Cleveland Clinic Children's

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Cleveland Indians announce Friday's game vs. Los Angeles Angels is sold out

The Cleveland Indians announced that Friday's game against the Los Angeles Angels is sold out.* This marks six sellouts this season, joining the home opener on April 6 vs. Royals, June 23 vs. Tigers, July 6 vs. A's and July 13 and 14 vs. Yankees.

This marks the third straight Friday home game at Progressive Field that has sold out, joining July 6 and July 13.

The Cleveland Indians announced that Friday's game against the Los Angeles Angels is sold out.* This marks six sellouts this season, joining the home opener on April 6 vs. Royals, June 23 vs. Tigers, July 6 vs. A's and July 13 and 14 vs. Yankees.

This marks the third straight Friday home game at Progressive Field that has sold out, joining July 6 and July 13.

Fans still looking to attend Friday's game can buy tickets through StubHub, the exclusive secondary ticket provider for the Cleveland Indians. Only tickets sold and purchased through Indians.com and StubHub will be guaranteed Progressive Field access and a superior level of customer service. Please note the following:

· All tickets posted on the secondary market for resale are required to be sold only on StubHub.

· Any tickets posted, sold, or acquired outside of StubHub on the secondary market can be revoked at any time.

*Limited inventory may be released, including Standing Room Only tickets

A few thousand tickets are still available for Saturday's and Sunday's games. Fans are encouraged to buy tickets online at Indians.com.

 

Saturday, August 4 vs. Angels @ 7:10 p.m. - LESS THAN A THOUSAND TICKETS AVAILABLE!

· Block Party featuring We Are Radio: Right Field District, 5-7 p.m.

· Pregame in the District presented by Budweiser: Right Field District, 5-7 p.m.

· Rock 'n' Blast presented by FirstEnergy: Rock for All - The Ultimate Playlist.

 

Sunday, August 5 vs. Angels @ 1:10 p.m. - A FEW THOUSAND TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE!

· $2 Value Sundays: Enjoy $2 sodas, popsicles and nachos from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the Right Field District.

· Baseball Card Set: All fans will receive a baseball card set, courtesy of Topps.

· KeyBank Kids Fun Day

· Kids Run the Bases presented by Cleveland Clinic Children's

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Transaction today

• OF GREG ALLEN was optioned to AAA Columbus
• OF LEONYS MARTIN (#13) added to Major League roster
 

• OF GREG ALLEN was optioned to AAA Columbus
• OF LEONYS MARTIN (#13) added to Major League roster
 

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Indians Acquired OF Oscar Mercado from the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for OF Conner Capel and OF Jhon Torres

Acquired OF Oscar Mercado from the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for OF Conner Capel and OF Jhon Torres. Assigned to the AAA Columbus roster.

Designated OF Johnny Field for assignment.

Acquired OF Oscar Mercado from the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for OF Conner Capel and OF Jhon Torres. Assigned to the AAA Columbus roster.

Designated OF Johnny Field for assignment.

Mercado, 23, has spent the entire 2018 season with the Triple-A Memphis Redbirds, batting .285 (109-for-382) with 21 doubles, 1 triple, 8 home runs and 42 RBI in 100 games (.351/.408/.759). He currently leads the Pacific Coast League in stolen bases (31-for-39), 2nd in runs (73) and T4th in hits (109). He is leading the Cardinals system in steals and runs currently and his .351 on-base pct. is a professional career-high. Oscar is currently rated the 10th overall prospect in the Cardinals system according to MLB.com. Mercado has appeared in 89 games in center field, 7 games in left and 2 games in right in Memphis.

The Tampa, FL native was St. Louis' second round selection (57th overall) in the 2013 First-Year Player Draft and owns a six-year professional career average of .252 (550-2181) with 190 steals in 564 games. He played for Team Colombia in the 2017 World Baseball Classic. The converted shortstop has led his respective league in steals three times over his career and was a midseason all-star in 2014, 2015 and 2017.

Said Indians President of Baseball Operations CHRIS ANTONETTI of Mercado: "We are excited to acquire Oscar. He can impact the game in multiple ways with his hit-ability and above-average speed, which plays both on defense and on the bases. He's a player we liked in the draft and have followed closely throughout his professional career with the Cardinals. He bolsters our organizational outfield depth in the short-term and we're optimistic about his continued development."

Capel has spent the 2018 season a Class-A Lynchburg and Torres has played for the Arizona Rookie League Club (2) this summer.

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Indians Aquire Leonys Martin from the Detroit Tigers

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

Acquired OF Leonys Martin and RHP Kyle Dowdy from the Detroit Tigers in exchange for INF Willi Castro.

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

Acquired OF Leonys Martin and RHP Kyle Dowdy from the Detroit Tigers in exchange for INF Willi Castro.

Martίn has batted .251 (76-303) with 15 doubles, three triples, nine home runs, 29 RBI and 45 runs scored in 78 games for Detroit this season, his first with the Tigers. His nine home runs are his second-most in a single season, after hitting a career-high 15 longballs in 2016. He missed time, July 2-20, on the 10-day Disabled List with a left hamstring strain. His nine outfield assists this year for tops in the American League and his 228 outfield putouts are 2nd-most despite missing 14 games due to injury. Since the start of 2013, Martin's 59 outfield assists are tied with Colorado's Gerardo Parra for the 2nd-most in MLB.

The Villa Clara, Cuba native owns a career Major League batting average of .248 (565-for-2281) with 87 doubles, 22 triples, 47 home runs and 205 RBI in 699 games with Texas, Seattle, Chicago-NL and the Tigers. He has also stolen 122 bases in 161 attempts after defecting from Cuba and signing with the Rangers in 2011. He has finished in the top 10 in the American League in stolen bases and defensive Wins Above Replacement (WAR) three times over the course of his 8-year career.

Dowdy, 25, has been a member of the Tigers organization since is 12th-round selection out of the University of Houston in 2015. The 6-1 right-hander has posted an 8-8 record with a 4.74 ERA (50ER/95.0IP) in 24 appearances (14 starts) between Double-A Erie and Triple-A Toledo in 2018, fanning 92 batters in 95.0 innings this season (T5th among Detroit organizational pitchers). Dowdy was named a Midwest League (A) Mid-Season All-Star in 2016 and a Florida State League (High-A) Mid-Season All-Star in 2017. In 72 career appearances (52 starts) at the Minor League level, he owns a 3.77 ERA (141ER/336.2IP) with 299 strikeouts and 84 walks.

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Indians recall OF Greg Allen from Columbus

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

Recalled OF GREG ALLEN (#1) from AAA Columbus.

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

Recalled OF GREG ALLEN (#1) from AAA Columbus.

Optioned RHP ADAM PLUTKO to AAA Columbus. 

Allen, 25, is beginning his fourth stint with Cleveland this season, batting .209 (29-for-139) with 4 doubles, 2 triples, 1 home run and 5 RBI in 45 games during his previous appearances. With Triple-A Columbus this season, he has hit .289 (44-for-152) with 27 runs, 12 2B, 1 HR and 10 RBI in 41 games while stealing 12 bases (.394/.388/.783). For the year at the AAA level, the switch hitter is batting .342 (13-for-38) against left-handed pitching.  

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Indians recall RHP Adam Plutko; place OF Tyler Naquin on 10-day D.L.

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

Recalled RHP ADAM PLUTKO (#45) from AAA Columbus.

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

Recalled RHP ADAM PLUTKO (#45) from AAA Columbus.

Placed OF TYLER NAQUIN on the 10-day Disabled List with right hip strain (retroactive to July 26).

Plutko, 26, is beginning his fifth stint with Cleveland, having posted a mark of 4-2 with 1 save and a 4.87 ERA in 8 Major League appearances/6 starts in 2018 (40.2IP, 41H, 22ER, 11BB, 29SO, .263 avg). Around his tenures in Cleveland, the UCLA alum has recorded a mark of 5-3 with a 1.83 ERA in 11 starts for AAA Columbus (69.0IP, 34H, 14ER, 13BB, 64SO, .142 avg). Over his last 7 Triple-A starts, he owns an ERA of 1.17 (46.0IP, 16H, 6ER), including a 9.0-inning no-hitter on June 2 at Syracuse.

Naquin is batting .264 (46-for-174) with 7 doubles, 3 home runs and 23 RBI in 61 games for Cleveland this year around his first career D.L. stint, May 12-June 14 (left hamstring strain).

 

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