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Tribe In Command In AL Central Now

With this recent hot streak, the Cleveland Indians have done what has been expected since the first game of the 2017 season, they have taken command of the American League Central Division. 575 more words

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Workout date: 08/14/17

QIC: Fluoride

On the way to our warm up in front of Koko Booth, somewhere in the chatter I heard that Eddy Money had been playing at Koka Booth the night before. 440 more words


Lots Of Injuries For Tribe in July

With last night’s loss to the New York Yankees, the Cleveland Indians are now 2/3rd of the way through the 2017 season.

Here is a breakdown in 27 game (1/6th of the year) increments– 587 more words

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Without Two Key Lefties, Indians Have Bullpen Questions

CLEVELAND (92.3 the Fan) ­– Andrew Miller’s recent trip to the disabled list with right patella tendonitis presents many questions.

For many fans, the first question has been, “if Miller has been treated for tendonitis for a month, why was Joe Smith the only addition at the trade deadline?” 426 more words


T.J. Zuppe: Corey Kluber Was A Cerebral Assassin With His 4-Seam Fastball Against The Yankees

T.J. Zuppe of The Athletic joined Ken Carman and Mike “Chico” Bormann with the latest with the Cleveland Indians.

T.J. talked about Corey Kluber’s complete game performance last night and how important it was to the Tribe bullpen, who he would rather start in a must win game between Danny Salazar and Trevor Bauer, why former Tribe prospect Clint Frazier got a less than warm reception from Cleveland fans, and if Andrew Miller’s command issues forced the Indians to make a trade for Joe Smith.


The Cleveland Indians' Trade Deadline Was Lackluster, But It Might Be Enough

In the late hours of July 31st, 2016, Andrew Miller was sitting at an airport in Cleveland, where an enthusiastic team driver greeted him. He had just been traded to the Indians from the New York Yankees that morning. 576 more words


DiNardo's Dugout: MLB Trade Deadline

So much to discuss. First of all, congratulations to Adrian Beltre on hitting number 3,000 and screw what Mad Dog says about your Hall Of Fame status. 90 more words