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  • Trevor Bauer is hard-luck loser after Zach McAllister tosses gem in doubleheader split

    CLEVELAND Zach McAllister tossed 7 2/3 scoreless innings in the first game and Trevor Bauer followed his lead by limiting the San Diego Padres to an earned run and striking out a career-high eight batters in six innings in the second. But the Indians...
  • Indians' Nyjer Morgan happy with opening win

    OAKLAND, Calif. The crowd started chanting during Nyjer Morgan's first Indians' post-game television interview Monday, and he couldn't resist a brief appearance by alter ego Tony Plush. "Just showing the fun," Morgan said Tuesday before the Indians' game...
  • Capsules for the American League

    Predicted Order of finish AL EAST Tampa Bay Rays Last year: 92-71 (2d) Manager: Joe Maddon (9th season, 677-620; overall, 704-644) Key pitchers: David Price (10-8, 3.33 ERA, 1.098 WHIP); Alex Cobb (11-3, 2.76 ERA, 1.151 WHIP); Matt Moore (17-4. 3....
  • Marla Ridenour: San Diego trip caps week of personal moments created by Indians' Terry Francona

    SAN DIEGO There might have been no better week to illustrate Indians manager Terry Francona's personal touch than the past seven days. At every turn, Francona was creating a special moment. Those moments touched minor-leaguers Nick Hamilton, Tony Wolters...
  • Danny Salazar 'a little bit nervous' for Indians' home opener

    OAKLAND, Calif. His start in the Indians' home opener was 50 hours away, but Indians right-hander Danny Salazar said he was already beginning to prepare himself mentally. "A little bit nervous," he said Wednesday morning before the Indians took on the...
  • Indians come through in ninth, survive Opening Day pitchers' duel

    OAKLAND, Calif. The pitching personifications of the future of the Oakland A's and the uncertain future of the Cleveland Indians squared off on Opening Day Monday and to no one's surprise it turned into a duel. Justin Masterson made his third consecutive...
  • Danny Salazar to start home opener, named Indians' No. 4 starter over Carlos Carrasco

    GOODYEAR, Ariz. Last week when the Indians flip-flopped Carlos Carrasco and Danny Salazar as the starter and reliever in a spring-training game against the Oakland A's, it was Carrasco who told Salazar of the switch. On Wednesday, Carrasco delivered even...
  • Versatility could help 2014 Indians challenge for division title

    OAKLAND, Calif. When Indians manager Terry Francona was hired in October 2012, he and General Manager Chris Antonetti debated the best way to improve the Tribe roster. They decided versatility was the answer. Depth on the multitalented bench was evident...
  • Tom Hamilton sees son Nick, with severe hearing loss, bat with major leaguers

    GOODYEAR, Ariz. Nick Hamilton never looked at his name silhouetted in black on the scoreboard at Goodyear Ballpark and neither did his father, Tom, the radio voice of the Indians. There was too much emotion, too many nerves. Nick Hamilton, a 24-year-old...
  • Indians' million dollar men, Michael Bourn and Nick Swisher, take new approaches for 2014

    GOODYEAR, Ariz. Michael Bourn didn't come to spring training with a list of statistics he wanted to improve from his first season with the Indians. Instead, the 31-year-old center fielder decided to concentrate on the little things, like improving his...
  • Baseball's instant replay drawing mixed reviews

    OAKLAND, Calif. A week into the 2014 season, this much is certain instant replay is a far-from-perfect product for Major League Baseball. Bumps, missteps and basic confusion were expected as the new system was implemented into the regular season. The...