M's boss Lloyd McClendon was tossed from a loss to Cleveland when he took exception to Bruce Chen throwing close to and then behind Rickie Weeks. "If you think he's throwing at him, you've got to eject him," McClendon said of the ump, who issued warnings.
Tristan H. Cockcroft makes more than 50 bold fantasy baseball predictions for the 2015 season.
Who is No. 1? We concluded our countdown of the top 100 players in baseball with the top 25 and not surprisingly, Mike Trout leads the way.
We continue our countdown of the top 100 players in baseball in 2015 with Nos. 26-50.
Hard-throwing Salazar demoted, opening up rotation spot for House. Plus other notes from the around league.
Bauer pitches well, Indians beats White Sox 4-1
The Indians will honor the late Al Rosen this season by wearing his No. 7 jersey number on their jersey sleeves.
Players and managers give their takes on the new pace-of-play rules and how they expect the speed of the game to get faster or slower this season.
We start our countdown of the top 100 players in baseball in 2015 with Nos. 51-100.
Flowers, Kottaras get key doubles as White Sox beat Indians
Check out which Cleveland Indians players were either ranked among the top 100 players or among the top 10 at their position.
Zach McAllister and T.J. House earned the final two jobs in the Cleveland Indians' starting rotation.
Brewers' Braun has 2 hits, 2 RBIs in 3-2 loss to Indians
Danny Salazar's spring didn't go the way he or the Cleveland Indians hoped. He's going back to the minors -- again.
Kluber, Collmenter pitch well, Diamondbacks top Indians
Tim Kurkjian and Aaron Boone look at the top 10 catchers list, agreeing with the final order for the most part.
Taking in the battle for Ohio, where the Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds share Goodyear Stadium in Arizona.
Our experts predict who will be the 10 best second basemen in baseball in 2015.
Our experts predict who will be the 10 best catchers in baseball in 2015.
As the Cleveland Indians took the field for practice Thursday, a BMW was parked at the No. 6 position in the infield dirt as a lighthearted lesson for starting shortstop Jose Ramirez.
Reds' home runs sink Salazar and the Indians 13-2
You can never have too much pitching, especially in this era where Tommy John surgeries seemingly lurk around every dark corner. That's why the Cleveland Indians are hoping to hold on to a excess of experienced hurlers, just in case.
Terry Francona acknowledged it was unlikely that Nick Swisher would be ready for Opening Day.
Joyce hits first homer, Tropeano solid in key spring start
Brandon Moss powers Indians to 9-5 win over Giants