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Urshela plays hero vs. Halos

Giovanny Urshela's fourth career HR and first career go-ahead long ball lifted the Indians to a 2-0 win in 12 innings. Carlos Carrasco allowed 1 hit over 9 scoreless innings and became the first AL starter since Bobby Witt in 1994 to allow two or fewer hits in consecutive starts.

Carrasco goes nine ... again

Carlos Carrasco is the fifth pitcher this season to throw back-to-back starts of 9 innings (Mike Montgomery, Max Scherzer, David Price, Mark Buehrle). Carrasco struck out seven and gave up one walk and one hit. The Indians and Angels are still scoreless in the 11th. Follow live

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Carrasco looking just fine through nine

Indians starter Carlos Carrasco notched his 7th strikeout to end the 9th inning and force extras in Anaheim in a scoreless tie. Teams have won 223 straight games in which their starting pitcher threw 9 or more scoreless innings. Follow live

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Angels' 3-run sixth inning seals win

Conor Gillaspie hit a 2-run HR in the 6th, and Mike Trout went 1-for-3 with an RBI in L.A.'s come-from-behind, 5-4 win over the Indians to end their six-game losing streak. Box score

Angels take 2-run lead over Indians

Angels 3B Conor Gillaspie took Indians RHP Corey Kluber deep for his fourth home run of the year, and David DeJesus' RBI single put the Angels up 5-3 in the bottom of the sixth, but the Angels left 'em loaded to end the inning. Follow live

Angels get on the board in 5th

No team scored a run since Cleveland's three-run first inning, but RBI singles from RF Kole Calhoun and CF Mike Trout got the Angels a pair in the fifth as the Indians lead 3-2. Follow live

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Jason Kipnis headed to disabled list

The Indians 2B has been placed on the 15-day DL with right shoulder inflammation, and Cleveland recalled IF Jose Ramirez from Triple-A Columbus.

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Indians move closer to disappointment

Another losing week has left Cleveland needing a quick turnaround to achieve any postseason dream for this season. MLB Power Rankings

A's walk off in 10th

A's rookie Mark Canha hit a double off the wall in left field to score Sam Fuld, giving the A's the 2-1 win off Canha's first career walk-off hit. The A's and Indians split the four-game series in Oakland. Box score

Free baseball in Oakland

Indians 1B Jerry Sands' sac fly in the first and A's CF Billy Burns' RBI single in the 5th were the only runs scored as we head to the 10th tied 1-1. Follow live

Antonetti succeeds with few options

GM Chris Antonetti did well with the minimal options Cleveland had. Landing LHP Rob Kaminsky was Antonetti's best move of the deadline. GM deadline grades (Insider)

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Final: Athletics 5, Indians 1

Aaron Brooks went 7 1/3 innings in his first start with the Athletics, allowing 5 hits and 1 run to help Oakland end its 3-game slide. Box score

Indians don’t make trade splash

Trading Brandon Moss to the Cardinals for Rob Kaminsky is a reasonable move for the Indians, a team that's not really going anywhere this year. Cleveland lands at no. 16 in Dan Szymborski’s rankings. Trade deadline rankings (Insider)

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2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs40322nd
Batting Average.24923rd
On Base Percentage.32010th
Slugging Percentage.38222nd
Earned Run Average3.8615th
Quality Starts5812th
WHIP1.239th
BAA.2469th

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