Batting
Runs 413 20th
Batting Average .244 21st
On Base Percentage .323 18th
Slugging Percentage .419 21st
Pitching
Earned Run Average 3.94 25th
Quality Starts 0 8th
WHIP 1.23 27th
BAA .239 26th
2019 AL Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Minnesota 58 34 .630 L1
Cleveland 52 40 .565 W2
Chicago 42 48 .467 L4
Kansas City 33 62 .347 W1
Detroit 29 60 .326 L1

Cleveland Indians News

  • @Indians • 29m
  • "Glove Lockdown" by Mike Freeman is the hit not enough people are talking about.#RallyTogether https://t.co/I3vN7JrjBJ

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    Let's Go Tribe: Let's Talk Tribe Podcast Ep. 126: Merritt's Thicc Calves

    Thanks for checking out the latest episode of Let's Talk Tribe! If you enjoyed that episode and want to hear more, please consider subscribing to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify,or wherever you listen to podcasts. And consider leaving a nice little review or comment. Every little bit helps us keep this bad boy going.

    Intro and outro music: I'm In Your Mind Fuzz by King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard.

    Thanks for checking out the latest episode of Let's Talk Tribe! If you enjoyed that episode and want to hear more, please consider subscribing to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify,or wherever you listen to podcasts. And consider leaving a nice little review or comment. Every little bit helps us keep this bad boy going.

    Intro and outro music: I'm In Your Mind Fuzz by King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard.

  • @Indians • 4h

    NEO Sports Insiders: Bieber Looks to Earn a Win for the Tribe in Their Series Finale Against the Twins; The Indians Starting Nine

    CLEVELAND - The first two games of a critical three-game set for the Indians against the first-place Minnesota Twins have not gone quite as planned.

    Friday night the team held a 3-1 lead into the seventh inning, but a huge error by reliever Nick Goody opened the door for the Twins to eventually push three runs across in an eventual 5-3 win.

    Last night it was 'Indian Killer' Max Kepler at it again, hitting a pair of homers against his all-time favorite pitcher Trevor Bauer (he's hit four career bombs in four at bats against him) as the Twins beat the Tribe 6-2.

    CLEVELAND - The first two games of a critical three-game set for the Indians against the first-place Minnesota Twins have not gone quite as planned.

    Friday night the team held a 3-1 lead into the seventh inning, but a huge error by reliever Nick Goody opened the door for the Twins to eventually push three runs across in an eventual 5-3 win.

    Last night it was 'Indian Killer' Max Kepler at it again, hitting a pair of homers against his all-time favorite pitcher Trevor Bauer (he's hit four career bombs in four at bats against him) as the Twins beat the Tribe 6-2.

  • @Indians • 6h

    NEO Sports Insiders: Pitching Matchups for the Four-Game Set Between the Indians and Tigers

    MLB

    CLEVELAND - The Indians will wrap up their big three-game set against the Twins today at Progressive Field, and right away will be back on the diamond Monday night in the first of four games against the Detroit Tigers.

    The Indians have dominated the Tigers in 2018, sweeping them in three games at Progressive Field June 21-23, and back in Detroit Father's Day weekend they also got a three-game sweep, outscoring Detroit 25-6 back on June 14=16.

    With a four-game set the Indians have to be licking their chops as the 28-59 Tigers come to town Monday through Thursday.

    CLEVELAND - The Indians will wrap up their big three-game set against the Twins today at Progressive Field, and right away will be back on the diamond Monday night in the first of four games against the Detroit Tigers.

    The Indians have dominated the Tigers in 2018, sweeping them in three games at Progressive Field June 21-23, and back in Detroit Father's Day weekend they also got a three-game sweep, outscoring Detroit 25-6 back on June 14=16.

    With a four-game set the Indians have to be licking their chops as the 28-59 Tigers come to town Monday through Thursday.

  • @Indians • 8h

    NEO Sports Insiders: Santana's 7th Inning HR Lifts the Indians to a Key 4-3 Win Over the Twins in Series Finale

    CLEVELAND - The difference between six and a half games and eight and a half games on paper may be just two games, but mentally it seems like a lot more.

    That's what was at stake Sunday at Progressive Field for the Indians against the first-place Minnesota Twins, and thanks to a clutch hit by Carlos Santana in the 7th inning, the team avoided a bigger deficit than what they started the day with.

    Santana's two-out, two-strike homer was the difference as the Indians pulled out a much needed 4-3 win over the Twins, and will enter play Monday 6.

    CLEVELAND - The difference between six and a half games and eight and a half games on paper may be just two games, but mentally it seems like a lot more.

    That's what was at stake Sunday at Progressive Field for the Indians against the first-place Minnesota Twins, and thanks to a clutch hit by Carlos Santana in the 7th inning, the team avoided a bigger deficit than what they started the day with.

    Santana's two-out, two-strike homer was the difference as the Indians pulled out a much needed 4-3 win over the Twins, and will enter play Monday 6.

  • @Indians • 10h

    Let's Go Tribe: Indians slug past Tigers and earn 8-5 victory

    MLB

    The Indians prevailed tonight in a game that resembled last week's home run derby at times. Hitters recorded seven dingers tonight, with Oscar Mercado and Jordy Mercer hitting two apiece. When the dust settled, Brad Hand earned another save and propelled the Indians to a 52-40 record.

    Victor Reyes led off tonight's game with a single, and he attempted to score form first when Harold Castro mashed a first-pitch double. It caromed off the wall and hopped near Oscar Mercado's before the center fielder scooped it up and fired to Francisco Lindor. He relayed it to the plate just before Reyes collided with Roberto Perez.

    The Indians prevailed tonight in a game that resembled last week's home run derby at times. Hitters recorded seven dingers tonight, with Oscar Mercado and Jordy Mercer hitting two apiece. When the dust settled, Brad Hand earned another save and propelled the Indians to a 52-40 record.

    Victor Reyes led off tonight's game with a single, and he attempted to score form first when Harold Castro mashed a first-pitch double. It caromed off the wall and hopped near Oscar Mercado's before the center fielder scooped it up and fired to Francisco Lindor. He relayed it to the plate just before Reyes collided with Roberto Perez.

  • @Indians • 12h

    NEO Sports Insiders: Mercado 2-HR lead the Indians past the Tigers

    MLB

    Cleveland-The Cleveland Indians used a late offensive rally and strong bullpen performance to oust the Tigers, 8-6. The Indians never seemed comfortable Monday night, as Detroit put pressure on early on, and made the 15,000 plus fans in attendance sweat this one out.

    The Tigers threatened immediately and needed a great play at the plate to avoid falling behind in the first.

    Best relay team since the Jamaican team at the 2012 Olympics.#RallyTogether pic.twitter.com/uJcc96UJbZ

    -- Cleveland Indians (@Indians) July 15, 2019

    Cleveland was able to score first thanks to a Mike Freeman two run home-run in the second inning.

    Cleveland-The Cleveland Indians used a late offensive rally and strong bullpen performance to oust the Tigers, 8-6. The Indians never seemed comfortable Monday night, as Detroit put pressure on early on, and made the 15,000 plus fans in attendance sweat this one out.

    The Tigers threatened immediately and needed a great play at the plate to avoid falling behind in the first.

    Best relay team since the Jamaican team at the 2012 Olympics.#RallyTogether pic.twitter.com/uJcc96UJbZ

    -- Cleveland Indians (@Indians) July 15, 2019

    Cleveland was able to score first thanks to a Mike Freeman two run home-run in the second inning.

  • @Indians • 14h
  • The rain started a fire?#RallyTogether https://t.co/3HxtSl3SdY

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  • @Indians • 14h
  • Here's a reminder that neither Nick Goody nor Nicholas Castellanos wanted a rain delay ... https://t.co/fkNF0vDdnI

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  • @Indians • 14h

    Let's Go Tribe: Series Preview: Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers

    MLB

    Not a great series against the Twins, but not the worst in the world either. So maybe it was the worst possible outcome since it wasn't definitive one way or another in terms of if the Indians should "go for it". They're still 6.5 games out of first with a lot of baseball left to play, however. That starts today with a new series against the Tigers.

    <strong>Team in a box</strong> 2019 Detroit Tigers
    Runs Scored 329
    Runs Allowed 490
    Run Differential -161
    AVG .

    Not a great series against the Twins, but not the worst in the world either. So maybe it was the worst possible outcome since it wasn't definitive one way or another in terms of if the Indians should "go for it". They're still 6.5 games out of first with a lot of baseball left to play, however. That starts today with a new series against the Tigers.

    <strong>Team in a box</strong> 2019 Detroit Tigers
    Runs Scored 329
    Runs Allowed 490
    Run Differential -161
    AVG .

  • @Indians • 15h
  • 51,000 RTs and we storm the field and Area 51. https://t.co/zDduM3iT5c

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  • @Indians • 16h

    NEO Sports Insiders: Indians Look to Follow Up Win Over the Twins as They Welcome in the Tigers

    Sunday the Indians won their first game of the second half, as they sweated out a 4-3 win over the first-place Minnesota Twins at Progressive Field.

    The team built a 3-0 lead with the help of Shane Bieber, but a couple questionable calls by the replay officials in New York allowed the Twins to score three times in the seventh to tie the game.

    Carlos Santana bailed the Tribe out, hitting his 21st homer of the season with two outs in the 7th to win the game. Brad Hand earned the save, and Adam Cimber got the win.

    Sunday the Indians won their first game of the second half, as they sweated out a 4-3 win over the first-place Minnesota Twins at Progressive Field.

    The team built a 3-0 lead with the help of Shane Bieber, but a couple questionable calls by the replay officials in New York allowed the Twins to score three times in the seventh to tie the game.

    Carlos Santana bailed the Tribe out, hitting his 21st homer of the season with two outs in the 7th to win the game. Brad Hand earned the save, and Adam Cimber got the win.

  • @Indians • 17h
  • Mike.#RallyTogether https://t.co/GMLLOBM4sB

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  • @Indians • 17h
  • Best relay team since the Jamaican team at the 2012 Olympics.#RallyTogether https://t.co/uJcc96UJbZ

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  • @Indians • 18h

    NEO Sports Insiders: The Indians Still Need a Bat; It's Up to the Front Office To Get Them One

    After Saturday night's loss to the Minnesota Twins, the doomsayers were out in full force concerning the Cleveland Indians.

    They dropped to 7.5 games behind the Twins. They dropped out of the second wild card spot. It's time to start trading off assets because they should look toward 2020.

    But going into the series, we felt getting one win was all that was needed.

    Certainly, it would have been better to win the series or sweep it for that matter, but the reality is the Tribe only lost one game in the standings, so they are still very much in it.

    After Saturday night's loss to the Minnesota Twins, the doomsayers were out in full force concerning the Cleveland Indians.

    They dropped to 7.5 games behind the Twins. They dropped out of the second wild card spot. It's time to start trading off assets because they should look toward 2020.

    But going into the series, we felt getting one win was all that was needed.

    Certainly, it would have been better to win the series or sweep it for that matter, but the reality is the Tribe only lost one game in the standings, so they are still very much in it.

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