Cleveland Indians hit by 1-run blues again; fall to Philadelphia Phillies, 4-3
The Indians, playing in their fifth straight one-run game, lost to the Phillies, 4-3, Saturday night at Citizens Bank Park. They lost by the same score Friday night, but a walk-off homer by Ryan Howard was not involved. The winning hit belonged to ...
Seven things to rant about as the Cleveland Indians close the book on April
This year he's spent most of his time in the No.3 spot and is one of the few Indians who has put together a solid month offensively. Do you really want your No.3 hitter bunting in that situation or do you want him to hit the ball hard – as Lindor did ...
How will Cleveland Indians' Carlos Santana fare in leadoff spot? Hey, Hoynsie
Through the Indians first 20 games, he's hitting .364 (8-for-22) in the leadoff spot, .250 (1-for-4) in the cleanup spot and .196 (9-for-46) when he bats fifth. Francona has tried to take advantage of Santana's his ability to reach base by moving him ...
Cleveland Indians have Terry Talkin' about Tyler Naquin's rise, Lonnie Chisenhall's slide and decisions looming ...
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Cleveland Indians have a much different outfield problem than they anticipated at the start of spring training. They worried about left field as Michael Brantley was recovering from shoulder surgery. They worried about center ...
Yankees can't muster offense
Albany Times Union
BOSTON, MA - APRIL 27: David Ortiz #34 of the Boston Red Sox reacts after scoring a run against the Atlanta Braves during the fourth inning on April 27, 2016 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images) ORG XMIT: 607676521 less.
David Price looks forward to getting a taste of the rivalry
The Boston Globe
He straightened that out with an eight-inning, two-run, 14-strikeout performance against the hapless Braves. But now he's facing the Yankees, a team he's ... In Boston, Price has already connected with Eduardo Rodriguez. The two spent a lot of time ...
Braves, like Mets before them, banking on future making up for lost season
BOSTON. For decades, all the Mets ever wanted to be were the Braves, a pitching-rich, perennial division winner that repeatedly thwarted their own title hopes, often in maddening fashion. But here in 2016, the script has flipped, and it's Atlanta with ...
Pregame notes: Mariners try to notch more than one hit and a pickup a series win
The Seattle Times
Dating back to 1913, the Mariners are just the fourth team to win a game with 1 hit and lose a game while allowing 1 hit or fewer in the same season. The other occurrences – the Boston Braves in 1914; St. Louis Cardinals in 1914 & Tampa Bay Rays in 2014.