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One series, three wins for Tribe

The Cleveland Indians’ 2017 campaign has gotten off to a strong start following the team’s three game sweep of the Texas Rangers. The road trip culminated in a 9-6 victory for the Tribe last night that ended in dramatic fashion. Trailing Texas 4-6 in the top of the ninth, Cleveland got a boost from breakout

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Indians take game two from Texas

The Cleveland Indians remain unbeaten in their budding 2017 campaign. The Tribe got off to a quick start in the second of a three game series when leadoff hitter Carlos Santana tagged his first home run of the season. Cleveland then added two runs in the second inning to jump out to a 3-0 lead. Carlos

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Indians come back to top Rangers in Opening Day contest

The Cleveland Indians wasted no time testing fans’ meddle this season. The team spent the majority of its Opening Day effort mounting a comeback against the Texas Rangers. The Indians’ ace Corey Kluber, notorious for slow springs, surrendered five runs to the offensive powerhouse AL West team through three innings. It then took a scoreless performance from

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Is it finally next year?

The Cleveland Indians and their fans are coming off of one of the most gut-wrenching losses in World Series history. According to mlb.com, there have been four World Series Game 7’s that have gone to extra innings, and the Indians have been on the losing end both of the last two times. The Tribe have

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The Indians’ rotation shows depth

At the beginning of the 2016 season, most national baseball writers pegged the Indians to have one of the better rotations in the majors. It was just a question of whether or not they would be able to hit the ball well enough to make it into the playoffs. The rotation ended up being pretty

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Cleveland looks to Tomlin to rebound from game 2 loss

Following a definitive win on Tuesday over the Cubs, Cleveland and Chicago looked like they switched places last night. Trevor Bauer couldn’t follow up Corey Kluber’s masterful game one with a quality start of his own and struggled to find his command against the Cubs high-powered line-up. Despite only allowing two runs, Bauer completed just 3

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Indians take World Series game 1 behind Kluber, Perez

Francisco Lindor crossed the plate in the first off a Jose Rameriz bases loaded swinging bunt single to give the Cleveland Indians a 1-0 lead, which proved to be the only offense the Tribe needed. But the Indians’ lineup decided to tack on five more runs for good measure. The Tribe scored a second run in

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