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The Indians will likely promote Giovanni Soto and infielder Michael Martinez on Friday. But without two obvious roster moves to clear spots, is there a DFA looming? MLB rumors roundup
He isn't the biggest name in the mix for the AL MVP, but the Indians' second baseman deserves to be there. Josh Donaldson and Mike Trout are a given, but who else would Kipnis have to beat out for the award? Award picks (Insider)
ICYMI: Big Lon was named ESPN's SweetSpot Defensive Player of the Month for August. ????
After a struggling start, the 21-year-old outfielder has been surprisingly impressive both at the plate and in the field. He has helped the Indians move into the fringe of the wild-card race. American League rookie stars
When you have an off day and you're like "No! I just wanna play baseball!"
R.A. Dickey pitched a four-hitter to win his seventh straight decision, Josh Donaldson had three hits and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Cleveland Indians 5-1 on Wednesday night.
R.A. Dickey shines for the Blue Jays allowing just 1 R in 9 IP to help top the Indians, 5-1. Dickey is now 7-0 since the All-Star Break.
Billie Joe Armstrong meets Stephen Vogts strong arm. Stay for a Green Day themed fireworks show after the game this Saturday, September 5. Visit athletics.com/greenday for tickets.
#TribeBoys gearing up
The transition from third base to right field has worked out quite well quite quickly for Cleveland Indians utility man Lonnie Chisenhall.
In our first ICYMI post after the waiver trading deadline, the writers in the ESPN SweetSpot Network cover some of the deals that happened.
The Indians rookie hit two doubles Tuesday night and has been swinging a hot bat since the All-Star break.
Yo, I told you (You can't touch this)
ESPN's baseball analysts weigh in with their predictions for who will win the major season-ending awards.
Ryan Goins hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the 10th inning and the Toronto Blue Jays beat Cleveland 5-3 on Tuesday night, snapping the Indians' winning streak at six games.
Ryan Goins slugged his first career walk-off homer -- and just his 5th HR of the season -- in the bottom of the 10th to lift Toronto to a 5-3 win over Cleveland. It's the fourth walk-off home run for the Jays this season. Follow live
Hey, Yan, how many homers did you hit tonight?
With one out and Cleveland down 3-2, Yan Gomes bashed his 2nd solo homer of the game to pull the Indians level with the Blue Jays. Edwin Encarnacion will lead off the bottom of the inning for Toronto with a chance to extend his hit streak to 27 games. Follow live
The Indians ended the month on a high note with six straight wins. Outfielder Michael Brantley also notched the highest batting average of all MLB players with .424 in August.
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Comerica Park - Fri 9/4