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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - April 10, 2015

A no hitter was nearly thrown, Matt Harvey returned and gum became a controversy.

Man I love the regular season.

That insanity and more on this episode of… 78 more words

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Dennis Manoloff on Turning Point For Indians: "If You Want to Simplify It, It's One Man, Terry Francona"

Dennis Manoloff of The Cleveland Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com joined Bull & Fox to talk about the Indians’ home opener, when the momentum began for the Indians, the six innings of no-hit ball pitched by Trevor Bauer on Thursday, the plan in right field and the changes to the stadium. 6 more words

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Astros Relieved Not To Be No-Hit

HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The Astros did not want to become the first team no-hit in the 2015 season. It almost happened on Thursday afternoon when four Indians pitchers combined to one-hit the Astros in a 5-1 win by the Tribe in the series finale. 165 more words

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Bauer, 3 Relievers Lose No-Hit Bid In 9th, Indians Beat Astros 5-1

HOUSTON (AP) — Even if four Cleveland Indians pitchers had combined on a no-hitter, manager Terry Francona wasn’t certain it would’ve been cause for celebration. 864 more words

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View from the Porch: Bold Predictions for the 2015 Cleveland Indians Season

As you may have noticed, Jeff Nomina did an excellent job earlier this week compiling staff predictions for the 2015 Cleveland Indians season. If you follow Fangraphs or read any of their things, their staff is releasing a series of bold predictions for the fantasy baseball season this week. 1,994 more words

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Zach Walters In Super Utility Role, Nick Hagadone's Improvement: Zuppe's Pitch Count

15 notes, quotes, or observations about the Cleveland Indians following their first two exhibition games of the spring:

1. I love the idea of Zach Walters as a super utility player. 1,044 more words

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PHOTO GALLERY: Day before full workouts begin, Feb. 23

Full-squad workouts begin on Tuesday, Feb. 24, but plenty was happening around the complex on Monday — including another new face, Brandon Moss, getting some work in. 27 more words