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Time for the Indians to get a little bit serious, 11 games vs the AL Central teams, can't blow this!

 

Today's Game

Thu, Apr 13, 2017 vs. White Sox 6:10 PM... L :o

 

Fri Apr 14, 2017 vs. Tigers 7:10 PM.... L despite a GRAND SLAM in 9th :(

Sat, Apr 15, 2017 vs. Tigers 4:10 PM.... W Kluber the stopper

Sun, Apr 16, 2017 vs. Tigers 1:10 PM.... L

 

Mon, Apr 17, 2017 @ Twins 8:10 PM.... W

Tue, Apr 18, 2017 @ Twins 8:10 PM.... W

 

Wed, Apr 19, 2017 @ Twins 8:10 PM.... PPD, rescheduled 6/17

Thu, Apr 20, 2017 @ Twins 1:10 PM.... W sweep!

 

 

Fri, Apr 21, 2017 @ White Sox 8:10 PM

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Sat, Apr 22, 2017 @ White Sox 7:10 PM

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Sun, Apr 23, 2017 @ White Sox 2:10 PM

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Fri Apr 14, 2017 vs. Tigers 7:10 PM Norris v Bauer

Sat, Apr 15, 2017 vs. Tigers 4:10 PM Verlander v Kluber

Sun, Apr 16, 2017 vs. Tigers 1:10 PM Boyd v Carrasco

 

Detroit should be out for blood after the 2016 debacle.

 

GO TRIBE!

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.....the season is almost 1/16th through or the equivalent of ONE NFL game.

 

BUT the Indians will sneak up on NOBODY this year, the weak-ish ALC is out for blood.....especially Detroit.

 

So Kluber the ace, stopper and probably best Indians pitcher in years will have to shine vs Verlander who also would like some revenge vs Cleveland.

 

GO TRIBE, would be nice to wake up today.

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WHOA BABY tribe 9-4 top 6.

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Upcoming Games

 

Mon, Apr 17, 2017 @ Twins 8:10 PM Salazar v Gibson

Tue, Apr 18, 2017 @ Twins 8:10 PM Tomlin v Hughes

Wed, Apr 19, 2017 @ Twins 8:10 PM Bauer v Mejia

Thu, Apr 20, 2017 @ Twins 1:10 PM Kluber v Santana

 

Then:

Fri, Apr 21, 2017 @ White Sox 8:10 PM

Sat, Apr 22, 2017 @ White Sox 7:10 PM

Sun, Apr 23, 2017 @ White Sox 2:10 PM

 

GO TRIBE, a win on the road is always nice. B)

 

.....and GO CAVS!

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Brutal slump.

5-7 isn't the end of the world or season -but- you don't want to blow the season in APR/MAY.

 

MIN 7-5? Really?

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Game 13 and Encarnacion with his first hit with RISP.

 

Have these guys been reading how good they are all winter? :huh:

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Game 13 and Encarnacion with his first hit with RISP.

Have these guys been reading how good they are all winter? :huh:

Whoa, Brantley HR #2 this year CLE 3-1 top 5.

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Game 2 - CLE 1-0 two out and D'OH a Minnesota gift!.

 

CLE 3-0 still top 1.

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6-2 Tribe bottom of the 4th

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Did Tomlin shave his head?

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Tomlin has to go. The guy throws worse then batting cage machine

 

Bring up Crockett or Clevinger

 

This is HORRIBLE

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Did Tomlin shave his head?

About 90 minutes before game time. And I wouldn't wait on a quick move on Tomlin the staff and FO all like him plus outside of at TEX the team hasn't exactly lit it up...yet.

 

Still 7-7 after tonight’s game is still not the end of the world.

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HEY Ed Encarnacion got a HR in the 9th, 2nd of the season in Game 14.

 

CLE 11-4, can't be swept! Going for series win tomorrow.

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Wednesday postponed before it started. :(

 

....oh make up game June 17th.

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Bauer, Tribe face sizzling Santana for Twins 1 pm EDST

MLB.com | 8:15 AM ET

 

A day after rain postponed Wednesday's scheduled game, the Indians and Twins will wrap up their series at Target Field with a matchup between right-handers Trevor Bauer and Ervin Santana.

 

Bauer (0-2, 8.44 ERA) is looking for his first win of the season. He gave up six runs in five innings in his last start against Detroit.

 

Santana, remaining on normal rest, gets the call for the Twins. The 34-year-old is off to one of the best starts in his 13-year career, dominating in the early going in '17 with a 3-0 record and 0.41 ERA.

He's coming off a one-hit shutout of the White Sox in his last start, in which he fanned eight and walked one.

 

• While Santana won't sustain his .074 batting average on balls in play all season -- his career mark is .284 -- he has done a good job of creating weak contact during his hot start. Opponents have averaged only an 82.7 mph exit velocity against him, the lowest mark among pitchers with at least 40 batted balls.

• Bauer has induced grounders on only 15.2 percent of the batted balls against him through his first two starts -- dead last out of 146 MLB pitchers who have induced at least 25 batted ball events thus far. Last year, Bauer's ground-ball rate was up at 52.8 percent of his batted ball events allowed, which tied for 24th out of 105 pitchers who induced at least 400 BBE.

• Minnesota's Joe Mauer (10-for-28) and Eddie Rosario (8-for-18) have found success against Bauer in the past, while teammates Brian Dozier (3-for-26) and Miguel Sano (1-for-17) have struggled against the Cleveland righty.

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CLEVELAND sweeps Twinkies, and the bats are heating up. On to Chi-raq 8, 7, 2 pm EDST.

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By Scott Merkin / MLB.com | @scottmerkin | April 20th, 201

 

Mother Nature has provided a marquee pitching matchup for Friday night's series opener between the Indians and White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field, with Corey Kluber and Jose Quintana facing off in a battle of struggling aces.

 

Wednesday's game between the Indians and Twins was postponed due to inclement weather, moving Trevor Bauer back to a Thursday start. Kluber was then pushed back one day to Friday. The righty is 1-1 with a 6.38 ERA over three starts to open the season, allowing a total of five homers over those outings.

 

Quintana enters with an 0-3 record and a 6.75 ERA. He has given up 13 earned runs over 17 1/3 innings, although 10 of them have come via a pair of five-run frames against the Tigers and Twins. Quintana threw a side session on Wednesday to get ready for his next trip to the mound.

"Feel good, feel good," Quintana said. "I keep practicing my command and work on all of my strengths, never change. I'm turning the page on last time and focusing on Friday.

"I worked on my curveball and changed speeds. But especially fastball in the corners."

 

Things to know about this game

• Todd Frazier continues to recover from a bout with the flu, which cost him six of the past eight games. White Sox manager Rick Renteria believes Frazier could be back in the lineup for the start of the Cleveland series.

"He's still eating good. He's still gaining the strength," Renteria said. "He's available for us. I think we are just being a little more cautious this time."

• The Indians scored seven total runs and had a .149 average with runners in scoring position (2-for-28) during the White Sox series win at Progressive Field from April 11-13.

• Renteria was on crutches during the Yankees series and had bench coach Joe McEwing and pitching coach Don Cooper make the pitching changes. The manager was battling right knee soreness.

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Kluber v Quintana

Carrasco v Shields....OUT 10 day list, player called up

Salazar v Holland

 

Can the Indians sweep here? At least 2-1?

 

GO TRIBE!

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CLE up 3-0 on a wild pitch and 2R HR..... and some pretty good defense, middle 5.

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CLE up 3-0 on a wild pitch and 2R HR..... and some pretty good defense, middle 5.

CLE 3-0 Final. Kluber a CG SO 9K game. It was really cold but still an awesome outing, Kluber's 4th career CG SO game.

 

Attendance 18,109, many Tribe fans!

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HELLO FIRST PLACE

Four game win streak gets you there....since the rest of the division is mediocre.

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