Pitching
Earned Run Average 3.84 28th
Quality Starts 0 1st
WHIP 1.21 27th
BAA .237 27th
Batting
Runs 444 20th
Batting Average .247 20th
On Base Percentage .324 17th
Slugging Percentage .422 20th
2019 AL Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Minnesota 59 38 .608 L2
Cleveland 56 41 .577 L1
Chicago 44 51 .463 W2
Kansas City 37 63 .370 W1
Detroit 29 65 .309 L6

Cleveland Indians News

  • @Indians • 1h

    Let's Go Tribe: Indians waste fantastic start by Adam Plutko, six game winning streak snapped

    It's really hard to win a baseball game if you don't score any runs. I haven't checked all of FanGraphs, but I reckon that it's never happened. The Tribe tried their best today to scratch across a win with no runs, but they, like all other teams in the history of baseball, ended up with a loss after failing to score a run. Had Adam Plutko pitched like many thought he would, maybe the loss wouldn't be so irritating. But instead, he pitched like an ace and gave up just a single run across seven innings of work.

    It's really hard to win a baseball game if you don't score any runs. I haven't checked all of FanGraphs, but I reckon that it's never happened. The Tribe tried their best today to scratch across a win with no runs, but they, like all other teams in the history of baseball, ended up with a loss after failing to score a run. Had Adam Plutko pitched like many thought he would, maybe the loss wouldn't be so irritating. But instead, he pitched like an ace and gave up just a single run across seven innings of work.

  • @Indians • 3h

    NEO Sports Insiders: Indians Bats Go Silent as Royals Stop Tribe Six-Game Win Streak 1-0

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    On a night when the heat index was just about 100 degrees at first pitch, the Indians bats melted at the plate with Royals starter Jakob Junis and three relievers stopping the Tribe in a K.C. 1-0 win.

    Junis pitched two-hit ball through six innings, and the Indians had some chances, but never were able to push the tying run across after the Royals took a 1-0 lead after one half inning.

    The loss stops the Indians six-game win streak, and puts them at 56-41 on the season, 31-21 at home with one more game left on their 10-game homestand which sits now at 6-3.

    On a night when the heat index was just about 100 degrees at first pitch, the Indians bats melted at the plate with Royals starter Jakob Junis and three relievers stopping the Tribe in a K.C. 1-0 win.

    Junis pitched two-hit ball through six innings, and the Indians had some chances, but never were able to push the tying run across after the Royals took a 1-0 lead after one half inning.

    The loss stops the Indians six-game win streak, and puts them at 56-41 on the season, 31-21 at home with one more game left on their 10-game homestand which sits now at 6-3.

  • @Indians • 10h
  • .@N_Witt's awareness rating on Madden is definitely a 99.#RallyTogether https://t.co/Ct7MaQpG1d

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  • @Indians • 13h
  • RT @SportsTimeOhio: It's not too late to help fight cancer!Visit https://t.co/b312tVEbPN to get involved. https://t.co/GC1RVcGPQl

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  • @Indians • 17h
  • Oscar Mercado had 31.25% of our hits last night ... We had 16 hits.This is our Rookie of the Year.#RallyTogether https://t.co/liyPh65tVr

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  • @Indians • 19h
  • This is a Tyler Naquin account now.#RallyTogether https://t.co/op1ETSCw37

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  • @Indians • 21h

    Let's Go Tribe: Oscar Party

    Cleveland 10, Kansas City 5

    Oscar Mercado went 5 for 5 to lead the Indians over the Royals.

    Today's Baseball

    Indians score, save run on reviews against KC - After the Indians endured a week of tough luck when it came to replay reviews, their fortunes immediately changed in Friday night's 10-5 win in the series opener against the Royals at Progressive Field.

    Cleveland Indians: How front office avoided the fall and is contending for the long haul -- Terry Pluto - cleveland.com - the Cleveland Indians are staying in contention and their roster is younger.

    Cleveland 10, Kansas City 5

    Oscar Mercado went 5 for 5 to lead the Indians over the Royals.

    Today's Baseball

    Indians score, save run on reviews against KC - After the Indians endured a week of tough luck when it came to replay reviews, their fortunes immediately changed in Friday night's 10-5 win in the series opener against the Royals at Progressive Field.

    Cleveland Indians: How front office avoided the fall and is contending for the long haul -- Terry Pluto - cleveland.com - the Cleveland Indians are staying in contention and their roster is younger.

  • @Indians • 22h
  • If you haven't learned by now, Naq has a hose for an arm.#RallyTogether https://t.co/Xu8QDFOyvD

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  • @Indians • 1d

    NEO Sports Insiders: Trading Trevor Bauer to the Padres Helps For The Future

    On Thursday night, Trevor Bauer could have made his final start for the Cleveland Indians and it was a victorious one.

    According to Jon Morosi of the MLB Network, the San Diego Padres are the most serious suitor for the Indians starting pitcher.

    Source: #Padres emerge as most serious suitor for #Indians starter Trevor Bauer, although no deal is close and Cleveland would need to receive immediate @MLB talent in any Bauer trade. Story: https://t.co/W4kGBoxBwW" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://t.co/W4kGBoxBwW @MLBNetwork @MLB

    -- Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) July 19, 2019

    The problem with that is that Cleveland will be looking for MLB ready talent in a trade for their starting pitcher.

    On Thursday night, Trevor Bauer could have made his final start for the Cleveland Indians and it was a victorious one.

    According to Jon Morosi of the MLB Network, the San Diego Padres are the most serious suitor for the Indians starting pitcher.

    Source: #Padres emerge as most serious suitor for #Indians starter Trevor Bauer, although no deal is close and Cleveland would need to receive immediate @MLB talent in any Bauer trade. Story: https://t.co/W4kGBoxBwW" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://t.co/W4kGBoxBwW @MLBNetwork @MLB

    -- Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) July 19, 2019

    The problem with that is that Cleveland will be looking for MLB ready talent in a trade for their starting pitcher.

  • @Indians • 1d

    NEO Sports Insiders: Indians win sixth in a row, defeat Kansas City 10-5

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    Cleveland- There are 162 games in the baseball season, and over the course of a season no two games are alike. Particularly when they are as weird as Cleveland's 10-5 win over the Royals Friday night.The Indians have won a tied a season high winning streak with six straight, including winning 12 of their last 14.

    The first three innings provided plenty of confusion as the game featured three replays and a very suspect balk call on Indians pitcher Shane Bieber. Cleveland's first run Friday came via an overturned fielder choice call. Francisco Lindor scored on what was called a double-play hit by Jordan Luplow.

    Cleveland- There are 162 games in the baseball season, and over the course of a season no two games are alike. Particularly when they are as weird as Cleveland's 10-5 win over the Royals Friday night.The Indians have won a tied a season high winning streak with six straight, including winning 12 of their last 14.

    The first three innings provided plenty of confusion as the game featured three replays and a very suspect balk call on Indians pitcher Shane Bieber. Cleveland's first run Friday came via an overturned fielder choice call. Francisco Lindor scored on what was called a double-play hit by Jordan Luplow.

  • @Indians • 1d

    Let's Go Tribe: Oscar Mercado & Co. lead epic take down of Kansas City Royals

    Our own Matt Schlichting said it best:

    If Mercado and Naquin keep playing like this the Indians are going to be unstoppable

    -- Matt (@MattSchlichting) July 20, 2019

    Those two gentlemen, Oscar Mercado and Tyler Naquin, combined to go 7-for-8 with 4 RBIs and 4 runs scored. With those two sandwiching Francisco Lindor in the lineup and Jose Ramirez getting his swagger back and Carlos Santana continuing to hit well and Jordan Luplow mashing lefties and...by golly, we may have a baseball team on our hands.

    The Tribe took down the Royals of Kansas City by a score of 10-5 and notched their sixth win in a row.

    Our own Matt Schlichting said it best:

    If Mercado and Naquin keep playing like this the Indians are going to be unstoppable

    -- Matt (@MattSchlichting) July 20, 2019

    Those two gentlemen, Oscar Mercado and Tyler Naquin, combined to go 7-for-8 with 4 RBIs and 4 runs scored. With those two sandwiching Francisco Lindor in the lineup and Jose Ramirez getting his swagger back and Carlos Santana continuing to hit well and Jordan Luplow mashing lefties and...by golly, we may have a baseball team on our hands.

    The Tribe took down the Royals of Kansas City by a score of 10-5 and notched their sixth win in a row.

  • @Indians • 1d
  • Hosey extends his hitting streak to 11 games! #RallyTogether https://t.co/6NtPHxk1Z5

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  • @Indians • 1d
  • When you hit a ball this hard, you deserve to watch it go.#RallyTogether https://t.co/xc2rspyK0D

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  • @Indians • 1d
  • What's the move, T-Naq? A dinger?Oh, cool. Coolcoolcoolcoolcoolcool. No doubt. No doubt. No doubt.#RallyTogether https://t.co/jsqqTZzWxA

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  • @Indians • 2d
  • Shane Bieber gives the Key To going from a Minor League pitcher to an All-Star Game MVP @keybank https://t.co/3qNEo5jtA7

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