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Out of Options: The Bus Stops Here

As the Mariners begin to assemble their 40-man roster and ultimately their big league club heading to, through and out of spring training, they will be mindful of this group of players who are out of minor league options.  798 more words

PHOTO GALLERY: Cleveland Indians sweep Red Sox at Progressive Field, end season 81-80

Danny Salazar earned his 14th win — tied for the team lead with Carlos Carrasco — on a beautiful Sunday at Progressive Field as the Indians swept the Red Sox to finish the season 81-80. 24 more words

No Retaliation, But Jose Ramirez Still Gives Twins Some Satisfaction: Indians Postgame Chatter

CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – There wasn’t any carryover from Wednesday night’s fireworks at Progressive Field.

But the Twins still got the last laugh.

Jose Ramirez, who angered Minnesota by flipping his bat following his three-run homer on Wednesday, committed a key throwing error on Thursday night, which helped lead to two Twins runs in the ninth, as Cleveland dropped the game, 4-2. 475 more words


Minnesota Twins Butthurt Over Cleveland's Jose Ramirez Pimping His 8th Career Home Run

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The Minnesota Twins are currently clinging to a 3.7% chance at making the postseason. They’re 1.5 games out of the second Wild Card spot with 4-games remaining in the regular season. 294 more words


Nothing gets Minnesotans angry like Jose Ramirez bat flips

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GIF: Jose Ramirez's bat flip against the Twins. #Indians #Twins pic.twitter.com/11yfrcXG14

— Hayden Grove (@H_Grove) October 1, 2015

Here is the audio of Twins pitcher Ricky Nolasco saying Jose Ramirez will "get his" after tonight's bat flip: …

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Jose Ramirez's Bat Flip Angers Twins In Indians' Win

CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – Something about the sight of one human tossing a piece of lumber in an animated fashion toward a group of other humans in an athletic contest ignites a rage comparable to the heat of a thousand suns. 352 more words


Indians Beat Royals 9-5 To Climb Above .500

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Carlos Santana drove in three runs, Yan Gomes homered and the Cleveland Indians beat the Kansas City Royals 9-5 Saturday night to move above .500 for the first time since April 9. 403 more words