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Indians capture 5th win in a row

Brandon Moss smacked a 2-run homer early and Michael Bourn knocked in 3 runs as Cleveland topped Pittsburgh 5-2 in a game delayed more than 2 hours by rain. Box score

McCutchen takes Bauer deep

Indians starter Trevor Bauer set down the first 9 Pirates he faced tonight. But after Neil Walker singled to end that run, Andrew McCutchen homered to center to cut Cleveland's lead to 3-2. Follow live

Moss HR puts Indians ahead

Pirates starter Charlie Morton worked a clean 1-2-3 first inning, but after David Murphy singled to lead off the second, Brandon Moss launched his 14th HR of the season to left field to give Cleveland a 2-0 lead. Follow live

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Grantland: Kipnis lucky? He'll take it

Ben Lindbergh notes the Indians' Jason Kipnis, the AL's leading hitter, is benefitting from putting the ball in play and looking much like the standout player he was two years ago. MLB breakouts and breakdowns

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Final in 10: Indians 5, Rays 4

In Matt Moore's return from Tommy John surgery, the Rays LHP gave up 4 ER through 4 2/3 IP while striking out 4. Cleveland's Corey Kluber struck out 14 through 8 as the Indians swept the 4-game series. Box score

Free baseball at the Trop

The Indians and Rays were tied 4-4 heading into extras, and Mike Aviles hit a solo shot in the top of the 10th to put the Indians up as they look to sweep the 4-game series. Cleveland's Corey Kluber had 14 punch-outs over 8 innings. Follow live

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Kipnis unanimous pick at second base

All six ESPN baseball contributors chose the Indians' Jason Kipnis as the starting second baseman for the AL in the All-Star Game. ESPN's AL All-Stars

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Cleveland's no-hit drought continues

Indians pitchers have carried a no-hitter into at least the sixth inning on three consecutive nights. An Indians pitcher has not completed a no-hitter since 1981. ESPN Cleveland

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ESPN's American League All-Stars

Who deserves a spot on the American League's All-Star Game roster this year? Our experts make their picks for the Midsummer Classic in Cincinnati.

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Carrasco felt the breeze from the mound

Cleveland's Carlos Carrasco, who fell one out short of a no-hitter, induced 30 swings and misses Wednesday, tied for the most by any pitcher in a game in the last 7 seasons (Francisco Liriano had 30 in 2012).

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Who is baseball's best manager?

ESPN surveyed 50 scouts, front-office executives, coaches and media analysts in a multitude of categories, and no manager ranked higher overall than the Giants' Bruce Bochy.

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ESPN's National League All-Stars

Who is deserves a spot on the National League's All-Star Game roster this year? Our experts make their picks for the Midsummer Classic in Cincinnati.

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Indians pitchers on a roll (1:23)
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Wednesday's power rankings

Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco leads our nightly list of baseball power rankings.

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Carrasco throws one-hitter

Carlos Carrasco was one strike away from a no-hitter, but Joey Butler singled for the lone Rays hit with 2 outs in the 9th. However, Carrasco had a career-high 13 strikeouts as the Indians got the 8-1 win. Box score

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs32218th
Batting Average.25217th
On Base Percentage.3256th
Slugging Percentage.39117th
Earned Run Average3.9016th
Quality Starts4115th
WHIP1.2513th
BAA.24611th

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