Indians News

  • Indians fall despite Bauer's quality start

    Trevor Bauer allowed three runs over six innings, but Cleveland couldn't reach Minnesota spot starter Anthony Swarzak in a 3-1 loss on Wednesday afternoon at Target Field.

  • Tribe recalls prospect Ramirez, option House

    The Indians on Wednesday recalled infielder Jose Ramirez from Triple-A Columbus and optioned rookie southpaw T.J. House to Columbus.

  • Competitive Balance Lottery pays out picks

    The order of the 2015 First-Year Player Draft began to take shape Wednesday when the Competitive Balance Lottery was held at the Commissioner's Office in New York. This year, the Marlins won the lottery and will receive the first pick of Competitive Balance Round A, which is held immediately after the Draft's first round. The Marlins will be followed by the Rockies, Cardinals, Brewers, Padres and Indians.

  • Tribe hope Kluber can keep rolling at The K

    The series opener between the division-rival Indians and Royals at Kauffman Stadium on Thursday will fittingly feature a clash between two quality arms, with Cleveland turning to right-hander Corey Kluber and Kansas City going with southpaw Danny Duffy.

  • Bourn runs as he rehabs left hamstring

    The next step for Michael Bourn is running without pain in his left hamstring. Cleveland's speedy outfielder has been out of commission since re-injuring the hammy on July 5, an ailment that forced him to have surgery last year and kept him out of games earlier this season.

  • Masterson ready for last start in Minors

    Justin Masterson's short stay in Minnesota was simply to let him get a bullpen session in with pitching coach Mickey Callaway. Masterson will fly back to Columbus on Thursday and make one more start at the Triple-A level before the team decides he's ready for Major League hitters.

  • Santana collects four hits in Indians' rout

    Carlos Santana went 4-for-5 with a homer and two RBIs during the Indians' 8-2 win against the Twins on Tuesday night at Target Field.

  • Tribe's Brantley wins Heart and Hustle Award

    Michael Brantley was named the Cleveland Indians' winner of the Heart and Hustle Award on Tuesday.

  • Asdrubal day to day due to back issue

    Indians manager Terry Francona described Asdrubal Cabrera's lower back as locked up on Tuesday, the night after Cabrera suffered spasms in the second inning of a 4-3 loss.

  • Indians option Lee to Triple-A Columbus

    The Indians made starter Danny Salazar's addition to the 25-man roster official on Tuesday, and reliever C.C. Lee was optioned to Triple-A Columbus as a result.

  • Lindor singles, scores in Triple-A debut

    The Indians' No. 1 prospect, Francisco Lindor, singled and scored a run on Tuesday in his first game since being promoted to Triple-A Columbus. He helped Columbus defeat Louisville, 8-5.

  • Tribe ties game late before Twins pull ahead

    The Indians used several early breaks to stay close with the Twins on Monday night, but the Tribe fell, 4-3, at Target Field after Josh Willingham hit a home run in the eighth inning.

  • Tribe's Kipnis named AL Player of the Week

    A big series against the rival Tigers helped highlight a week in which Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis was named the American League Player of the Week.

  • Asdrubal exits game with lower back spasms

    Indians shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera exited Monday night's 4-3 loss against the Twins with lower back spasms.

  • Tribe options Adams to make room for House

    Rookie reliever Austin Adams was optioned to Triple-A Columbus after two disappointing appearances with the Indians this month.

  • Umpires overturn home run call on Twins

    The Twins thought they had two additional runs in the second inning on Monday night during their 4-3 win against the Indians, but that wasn't the case after instant replay.

  • Masterson to make another rehab start

    Justin Masterson is going to make one more start at Triple-A Columbus before returning to the Indians.

  • Tomlin struggles as Tribe's streak snapped

    Josh Tomlin couldn't make it out of the fifth inning and the Indians' bats were held in check in Sunday's 5-1 loss to the Tigers at Comerica Park.