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9/15/2014 | Tribe turns to ace Kluber to get on track in Houston

The Indians will turn to one of their steadiest arms in Corey Kluber in an effort to get back in the win column on Tuesday. Nick Tropeano will make his second career start for the Astros in Houston.


9/15/2014 | Improved McAllister not enough to halt skid

Zach McAllister's strong effort wasn't enough as the Tribe fell, 3-1, to the Astros in Houston on Monday night to move six games back of the second American League Wild Card spot.


9/14/2014 | Francona trusts Shaw in eighth despite lefty splits

The eighth inning belongs to Indians setup man Bryan Shaw. Despite some unfavorable splits against left-handed hitters, Shaw has pitched well enough to earn the trust of manager Terry Francona for most late-game situations.


9/14/2014 | Francona defends Kipnis' tweets following loss

In the aftermath of an emotional loss on Saturday night, Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis logged into his Twitter account and defended his team in a series of messages. One post in particular, though, included expletives and was directed at a specific fan.


9/14/2014 | Raburn's season in doubt after knee injury

The Indians are not sure how much time utility man Ryan Raburn will miss due to his left knee injury. With a little more than two weeks left on the schedule, it is possible that Raburn's season is at risk.


9/14/2014 | McAllister looks to capitalize on chance vs. Astros

Having lost his rotation spot at the end of July, Zach McAllister will be making a rare spot start as Cleveland opens a four-game series against Collin McHugh and the Astros at Minute Maid Park on Monday. The Indians trail the Royals by five games for the second American League Wild Card spot.


9/14/2014 | Tribe tagged again by late homer, falls back in race

On Sunday afternoon, the Tribe's typically reliable relief corps caved in during the most critical of games, sending the Indians to a 6-4 defeat that sealed a three-game sweep at the hands of the rival Tigers at Comerica Park.


9/13/2014 | Hyperextended knee forces Raburn from game

Indians right fielder Ryan Raburn was lifted from Saturday night's contest against the Tigers in the fourth inning after hyperextending his left knee.


9/13/2014 | Giambi backs up own advice with sprint from first to home

Jason Giambi scored from first on Lonnie Chisenhall's double in the ninth on Friday, and the vet said it was an opportunity for him to put the words and advice he offers to his teammates into practice on the field.


9/13/2014 | Indians push back House due to matchup with Astros

T.J. House is in the midst of an historic run on the mound for the Indians, but the rookie left-hander will need to wait a little longer than normal to build on his last outing.


9/13/2014 | Big hits not enough to prevent Indians' late loss

Michael Brantley hit a two-run homer and Mike Aviles hit a two-run double, but Alex Avila's eighth-inning homer took down the Tribe in a 5-4 Tigers win on Saturday night at Comerica Park.


9/13/2014 | AL Central rivals battle for playoff position in finale

The Indians and Tigers will meet for the last time this season on Sunday at Comerica Park in another game with crucial American League postseason implications. Trevor Bauer and Justin Verlander square off in the finale.


9/12/2014 | Salazar takes on Lobstein, AL Central-leading Tigers

The Indians missed a chance to climb back into the American League Wild Card picture on Friday, and Danny Salazar aims to make up for that when he squares off with rookie Kyle Lobstein and the Tigers at Comerica Park on Saturday night.


9/12/2014 | Rainout gives McAllister another starting opportunity

A rainout earlier this week made it possible for the Indians to pull off a doubleheader sweep of the Twins on Thursday in Cleveland. It also threw a wrinkle into the Tribe's regularly scheduled rotation.


9/12/2014 | Aviles relieved to be back in action after concussion

After missing nearly two weeks with a concussion, Mike Aviles returned to the Tribe with a pinch-hit appearance in the eighth inning of the first game of Thursday's doubleheader against the Twins. He started the second game, as well as Friday night's opener vs. the Tigers.


9/12/2014 | Indians fall to Tigers, can't gain ground in race

With an opportunity to cut into their AL Central deficit, the Indians lost to the Tigers, 7-2, in the opener of a critical three-game weekend set at Comerica Park on Friday night.


9/12/2014 | Kluber takes place among game's elite

Indians ace Corey Kluber, who has shown a knack for thriving in close games in unassuming fashion this season, has Cleveland's pitching staff headed in right direction.


9/11/2014 | Santana ties own club mark for HRs by switch-hitter

Two months into the season, it seemed improbable that Carlos Santana would find his way into the record book for the Indians. After another strong showing in Thursday's doubleheader sweep of the Twins, that is exactly where Santana's name belongs.


9/11/2014 | Twin bill sweep helps Tribe's October push

On Thursday, T.J. House took the mound in the second game of a doubleheader with the Twins and delivered a brilliant performance. On the heels of a stellar outing by Corey Kluber in the first tilt, House handled Minnesota's lineup with apparent ease en route to a 2-0 victory in Game 2 at Progressive Field.


9/11/2014 | Kluber leads Tribe to Game 1 win vs. Twins

In the first game of a doubleheader on Thursday, Corey Kluber was afforded more breathing room than he has been accustomed to this year. Powered by the bats of Yan Gomes and Carlos Santana, Kluber was able to settle in, find a comfort zone and help Cleveland cruise to an 8-2 romp over the Twins at Progressive Field.


9/11/2014 | Leader of 9/11 relief efforts tosses first pitch

Before the Indians took on the Twins on Thursday afternoon, Cleveland paid tribute to those lost more than a decade ago and honored those who served the country on that day and in the years since. As part of the pregame ceremony, Major George Polarek, the director of the Salvation Army's Sept. 11 World Trade Center relief efforts, threw out the first pitch.


9/11/2014 | Aviles returns to game action in doubleheader

Considering the unknowns that are involved with a concussion, Cleveland is counting its blessings that Mike Aviles needed fewer than two weeks of recovery time.


9/10/2014 | Twins-Tribe rained out; twin bill today

With an ominous weather system headed for Cleveland on Wednesday night, the umpiring crew on hand at Progressive Field wasted little time in making a decision on the Indians' game against the Twins.


9/10/2014 | Kipnis doesn't have one reason for offensive struggles

Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis does not believe there is a simple answer for his subpar season. The early-season oblique issue has had a ripple effect on the entire year. He has not flashed his signature opposite-field power. He has dealt with the pressures of a new contract.


9/9/2014 | Tribe turns to young pitchers in playoff race

The Indians are still in the playoff hunt with 19 games to play, and to make up more ground they'll need continued contributions from their young starters. They'll feature a pair of them in Thursday's traditional doubleheader versus the Twins at Progressive Field. Corey Kluber and Kyle Gibson face off in Game 1, while T.J. House and Ricky Nolasco match up in the nightcap.




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