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56-39, 1st in AL Cent

Jon Scher Now 

The Miz of WWE fame set to throw out the first pitch at Orioles-Indians on a steamy night at Camden Yards.

Lineup: Indians (56-39) at Orioles (55-40)

  • 1. Carlos Santana, 1B (S)
  • 2. Jason Kipnis, 2B (L)
  • 3. Francisco Lindor, SS (S)
  • 4. Mike Napoli, DH (R)
  • 5. Jose Ramirez, 3B (S)
  • 6. Lonnie Chisenhall, RF (L)
  • 7. Tyler Naquin, CF (L)
  • 8. Rajai Davis, LF (R)
  • 9. Roberto Perez, C (R)
  • SP: Josh Tomlin, RHP
  • Daily notes

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Orioles power past Indians (0:48)

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

The Orioles starting rotation still needs plenty of work, but Dylan Bundy looks like he might be a keeper. In his second career start, the former 4th overall pick notched his first W as a starter, leading the O's to a 5-1 win over Cleveland. Bundy struck out five, walked none, and didn't allow an earned run in five innings.

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Trumbo smacks MLB-best 29th home run (0:24)

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Plenty of loud contact at Camden Yards tonight. But the loudest might have been Odrisamer Despaigne plunking Juan Uribe on the left side of the helmet. Uribe appears to be OK, but he was lifted for a pinch-runner.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Huge crowd at Camden Yards to watch Orioles and Indians. Both teams contenders. Is this 90's Night?

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Mark Trumbo just launched a three-run bomb to put the Orioles up 3-0 on the Indians. His 29th, it breaks the tie atop the MLB homer leaderboard. It also breaks a tie between his home/away splits: He now has 14 jacks on the road, and 15 at Camden Yards.

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Indians' Brantley to resume activity next week

Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley has responded favorably to a medical procedure on his ailing shoulder and expects to resume baseball activities next week.

Lineup: Indians (56-38) at Orioles (54-40)

  • 1. Carlos Santana, DH (S)
  • 2. Jason Kipnis, 2B (L)
  • 3. Francisco Lindor, SS (S)
  • 4. Mike Napoli, 1B (R)
  • 5. Jose Ramirez, LF (S)
  • 6. Lonnie Chisenhall, RF (L)
  • 7. Tyler Naquin, CF (L)
  • 8. Juan Uribe, 3B (R)
  • 9. Chris Gimenez, C (R)
  • SP: Trevor Bauer, RHP
  • Daily notes

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Belle to miss Indians HOF induction

Albert Belle says he won't be in attendance when the Indians induct him into their team Hall of Fame on July 30 because his family is vacationing this month. Cleveland.com

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All-time #MLBRank: No. 17 Cy Young

Young holds records for wins (511), innings pitched (7,356) and complete games (749). He pitched three no-hitters, including a perfect game in 1904 -- the first in baseball's modern era (since 1900). He won the 1903 World Series with the Boston Americans. Nos. 20-11

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Underwood: I expect an Indians trade

Indians TV broadcaster Matt Underwood is hopeful the Tribe will make a trade for a bullpen arm. He also talks about Michael Brantley and if he will be back this season.

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Indians' deadline status: buyers

The Tribe's top focus is on adding relief pitching, and they are being aggressive, Jim Bowden writes. They're also targeting the Brewers' Jonathan Lucroy and could look to land him and a reliever like Will Smith together in a blockbuster deal. Trade deadline objectives (Insider)

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Naquin's big day a rarity for Tribe rookies

Tyler Naquin hit two home runs and knocked in six runs on Wednesday. Naquin is the eighth different Indians rookie to have multiple homers and at least six RBIs in a game and the first since Cory Snyder on Sept. 4, 1986, the Elias Sports Bureau reports.

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Big homers lead to big wins on Wednesday

Edwin Encarnacion, Carlos Santana, Bryce Harper and Anthony Rizzo all hit season-long home runs to lead their teams to wins on Wednesday. However, Todd Frazier's longest homer came in a White Sox loss.

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Wednesday's longest home runs

Wednesday was a day for big blasts, as all five of the longest home runs hit were season bests for the sluggers that hit them. Edwin Encarnacion led the way with his 469-foot shot.

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Hoolz is back....and talking Indians!

Fresh off vacation, Bruce has his mind on the Tribe. Hoolz and Dino discuss the state of the team as we approach the trade deadline. Are there any untouchable prospects?

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Source: Indians in talks for Brewers C Lucroy

The Indians, having just lost catcher Yan Gomes to a separated shoulder, are in talks to acquire catcher Jonathan Lucroy from the Brewers, a source tells ESPN's Buster Olney.

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Carlos Santana gets all of one

Santana's fifth-inning solo shot off Royals starter Ian Kennedy on Wednesday traveled a career-long 450 feet, per ESPN's Home Run Tracker.

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Would the Indians trade for Lucroy?

Cleveland's catchers have a combined .168 average this season, the worst in the majors. Milwaukee's Jonathan Lucroy would provide a boost, but would the Tribe be willing to make a deal? Trade possibilities for Lucroy

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All-Time #MLBRank: No. 41 Tris Speaker

Speaker is the all-time leader in doubles (742), and his 3,514 hits is fifth-most all time. He had 150 or more hits in 18 seasons and was a three-time World Series champion. Speaker was the 1912 MVP and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1937. No. 50-41

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs4736th
Batting Average.26012th
On Base Percentage.32314th
Slugging Percentage.4377th
Earned Run Average3.625th
Quality Starts55Tied-5th
WHIP1.224th
BAA.2374th

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