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Cleveland Indians 5-4 Tampa Bay Rays - MLB (Thursday 2nd July)

Matt Moore made his long awaited comeback on Thursday afternoon for the Tampa Bay Rays, but the poor hitting form came back to haunt them as they struck out 19 times, a team record in a 5-4 defeat in 10 innings against the Cleveland Indians at Tropicana Field. 475 more words

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#AskAnderson Twitter highlights

Cody Anderson has come up to the Indians, and tuned heads with his amazing stuff and his unique character. On Thursday morning, just a few days after shutting down the Rays, we hosted an #AskAnderson segment on Twitter. 237 more words

Cleveland Indians 8-1 Tampa Bay Rays - MLB (Wednesday 1st July)

Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco was only one strike away from throwing a no hitter, which would have been the first for the Indians for 34 years. 575 more words

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Cleveland Indians to offer four more pregame events featuring $2 domestic cans in Right Field District

Fans can enjoy $2 domestic beer from 5-7PM, Sugardale Dollar Dogs all night

Cleveland, OH— The Indians have announced that the club will offer four more pregame events on Fridays this summer, featuring $2 domestic cans of beer in the Right Field District from 5-7PM each night. 181 more words

Indians' Carlos Carrasco comes within one out of no-hitting Rays

Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco was one strike away from no-hitting the Rays in Tropicana Field on Wednesday night. With two outs in the ninth, however, Joey Butler laced single just beyond the reach of second baseman Jason Kipnis. 110 more words

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Carrasco Loses No-Hitter With One Strike to Go in 9th Vs. Rays

(ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.) — Carlos Carrasco came within one strike of throwing the Cleveland Indians’ first no-hitter since 1981 on Wednesday night, giving up an RBI single to Joey Butler over leaping second baseman Jason Kipnis’ glove in an 8-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays. 541 more words

Video: Joey Butler breaks up Carlos Carrasco's no-hitter with two outs in the ninth inning

Carlos Carrasco had a no-hitter Wednesday with one strike to go. When this happened

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Carrasco was lifted after Butler’s single. 28 more words