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UPCOMING SCHEDULE July 2017, hanging on to 1st place

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July

Date Opp Result Rec Win Loss Save Att

Sat. 1 @ Det L 4-7 42-37 S. Greene B. Shaw J. Wilson 28,719

Sat. 1 @ Det W 4-1 43-37 C. Carrasco J. Zimmermann A. Miller 27,016

Sun. 2 @ Det W 11-8 44-37 M. Clevinger J. Verlander C. Allen 30,429

Tue. 4 SD L 0-1 44-38 J. Torres C. Kluber B. Maurer 33,869....WOW, L WITH KLUBER, SHOULD HAVE BEEN 8-3

 

Date Opp Time TV Indians : Pitcher Opp: Pitcher

Wed. 5 vs. SD 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSSD T. Bauer (7-6) L. Perdomo (3-4)...ANOTHER L VS A WEAK OFFENSIVE TEAM :huh: ?

Thu. 6 vs. SD 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSSD J. Tomlin (4-9) D. Lamet (3-2) W woo-hoo a 11-2 win over an eh team, and back-to-back 14 hit games but one W?

 

Fri. 7 vs. Det 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSDT C. Carrasco (9-3) J. Zimmermann (5-6)

Sat. 8 vs. Det 7:15 PM ET FOX M. Clevinger (4-3) J. Verlander (5-5)

Sun. 9 vs. Det 8:08 PM ET ESPN C. Kluber (7-3) M. Fulmer (8-6)

 

ALL STAR BREAK, RELAX GUYS THE SEASON ISN'T OVER.....YET. :o

 

Fri. 14 at Oak 10:05 PM ET STOh/NSCA

Sat. 15 at Oak 9:05 PM ET STOh/NSCA

Sun. 16 at Oak 4:05 PM ET STOh/NSCA

Mon. 17 at SF 10:15 PM ET STOh/NSBA

Tue. 18 at SF 10:15 PM ET STOh/NSBA

Wed. 19 at SF 3:45 PM ET STOh/NSBA

 

Fri. 21 vs. Tor 7:10 PM ET STOh/RSN

Sat. 22 vs. Tor 7:10 PM ET STOh/RSN

Sun. 23 vs. Tor 1:10 PM ET STOh/RSN

Mon. 24 vs. Cin 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSOH

Tue. 25 vs. LAA 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSW

Wed. 26 vs. LAA 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSW

Thu. 27 vs. LAA 12:10 PM ET STOh/FSW

 

Fri. 28 at CWS 8:10 PM ET STOh/CSCh

Sat. 29 at CWS 7:10 PM ET STOh/CSCh

Sun. 30 at CWS 2:10 PM ET STOh/WGN

Mon. 31 at Bos 7:10 PM ET NESN/STOh

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No Terry Francona and they are dropping easily winnable games? GET WELL SOON TERRY!

 

.....besides hospitals suck for sleep and getting well, as I write this at 6:45 am flat on my back.

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CLE 9-2 bottom 7, finally woke up, should have won this series.

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Thanks. You are truly the Tribe "VOICE" on this Board.

 

Mike

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Thanks. You are truly the Tribe "VOICE" on this Board.

 

Mike

No problem besides I love all things Ohio, Cleveland and my Alma Mater YSU. ;)

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Man the more I see of Zimmer the more a really really like this guy

Big boy, long strider and can play ball. :)

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Upcoming schedule up to the All Star break, prime time!

 

Schedule

July

Date Opp Result Rec Win Loss Save Att

Sat. 1 @ Det L 4-7 42-37 S. Greene B. Shaw J. Wilson 28,719

Sat. 1 @ Det W 4-1 43-37 C. Carrasco J. Zimmermann A. Miller 27,016

Sun. 2 @ Det W 11-8 44-37 M. Clevinger J. Verlander C. Allen 30,429

Tue. 4 SD L 0-1 44-38 J. Torres C. Kluber B. Maurer 33,869

 

Date Opp Time TV Indians : Pitcher Opp: Pitcher

Wed. 5 vs. SD 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSSD T. Bauer (7-6) L. Perdomo (3-4)

Thu. 6 vs. SD 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSSD J. Tomlin (4-9) D. Lamet (3-2)

 

Fri. 7 vs. Det 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSDT C. Carrasco (9-3) J. Zimmermann (5-6)

Sat. 8 vs. Det 7:15 PM ET FOX M. Clevinger (4-3) J. Verlander (5-5) FOX!

Sun. 9 vs. Det 8:08 PM ET ESPN C. Kluber (7-3) M. Fulmer (8-6) ESPN! :)

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CLE 5-0 top 4, nice start to the three game series.

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CLE 5-0 top 4, nice start to the three game series.

CLE 11-2 with 15 hits, Carrasco was awesome.

Verlander can be beat Saturday.

Kluber finishes Sunday in primetime.

 

Sweep?

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CLE 1-0 top 8, both Clevinger and Verlander sharp tonight.

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CLE 11-2 with 15 hits, Carrasco was awesome..... W

Verlander can be beat Saturday.... W

Kluber finishes Sunday in primetime.

 

Sweep?

Kluber goes for the sweep on ESPN tonight.

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Kluber goes for the sweep on ESPN tonight.

Rats! Tribe loses 5-3 in last game before the break, and now we wait for the Francona return.

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Gatorade All-Star Workout Day, featuring T-Mobile Home Run Derby

MONDAY, JULY 10

Marlins Park

Tune-in at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN

 

MLB All-Star Red Carpet Show presented by Chevrolet

TUESDAY, JULY 11

Tune-in at 3 p.m. ET on MLB Network

88th MLB All-Star Game, presented by Mastercard®

 

TUESDAY, JULY 11

Marlins Park

Coverage begins at 7:30 p.m. on FOX

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That was a good HR Derby, yeah I always end up watching.

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1-1 bottom 6, kind of boring? Plus I wish they were actually playing for something like HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE IN THE WORLD SERIES! :o

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1-1 bottom 6, kind of boring? Plus I wish they were actually playing for something like HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE IN THE WORLD SERIES! :o

Hey the Indians come through again well sorta' 2016 Kluber the WP the Tribe ends up with home field throughout, 2017 Miller gets the save in 10....but that was a who cares game, meaningless like the old days.

 

Go back to the meaningful All Star games? I say yes.

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OAKLAND -- Lonnie Chisenhall enjoyed a breakout showing in the first half for the Indians. His second half has already hit a snag.

 

The Indians plan on placing Chisenhall on the disabled list on Friday, when the team will open a six-game road trip through Oakland and San Francisco. Manager Terry Francona, who rejoined the team after recovering from a minor heart procedure, said Chisenhall would likely miss "a few weeks" with a right calf injury.

 

With Chisenhall sidelined, Francona said the Indians will recall Triple-A outfielder Tyler Naquin, who was already with the team in Oakland for Thursday's voluntary workout. Cleveland could be without Chisenhall and second baseman Jason Kipnis for the rest of July.

 

"[Chisenhall] and Kip were back over the break, working, getting some work in every day," Francona said. "So, [Naquin] will be here. This is where the experience comes into play and is an advantage. We all know him. He knows us."

 

Chisenhall exited Sunday's game against the Tigers in the fourth inning due to the calf injury. That setback came after Cleveland lost Kipnis to a strained right hamstring one day earlier and placed him on the 10-day DL on Sunday.

 

Through 64 games this season, Chisenhall has posted a .305/.376/.578 slash line to go with 12 home runs, 13 doubles and 29 runs scored. Chisenhall's 51 RBIs (in only 216 plate appearances) led the team in the season's first half. The outfielder missed a little over a week to open the season while on the DL with a right shoulder issue.

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July

 

Date Opp Result Rec Win Loss Save Att

Sat. 1 @ Det L 4-7 42-37 S. Greene B. Shaw J. Wilson 28,719

Sat. 1 @ Det W 4-1 43-37 C. Carrasco J. Zimmermann A. Miller 27,016

Sun. 2 @ Det W 11-8 44-37 M. Clevinger J. Verlander C. Allen 30,429

Tue. 4 SD L 0-1 44-38 J. Torres C. Kluber B. Maurer 33,869

Wed. 5 SD L 2-6 44-39 L. Perdomo T. Bauer 18,765

Thu. 6 SD W 11-2 45-39 J. Tomlin D. Lamet 19,057

Fri. 7 Det W 11-2 46-39 C. Carrasco J. Zimmermann 32,307

Sat. 8 Det W 4-0 47-39 M. Clevinger J. Verlander 34,726

Sun. 9 Det L 3-5 47-40 M. Fulmer N. Goody J. Wilson 24,915

 

Date Opp Time TV Indians : Pitcher Opp: Pitcher

Fri. 14 at Oak 10:05 PM ET STOh/NSCA C. Carrasco (10-3) S. Gray (4-4)

Sat. 15 at Oak 9:05 PM ET STOh/NSCA C. Kluber (7-3) P. Blackburn (1-0)

Sun. 16 at Oak 4:05 PM ET STOh/NSCA T. Bauer (7-7) S. Manaea (7-5)

 

Mon. 17 at SF 10:15 PM ET STOh/NSBA J. Tomlin (5-9)

Tue. 18 at SF 10:15 PM ET STOh/NSBA M. Clevinger (5-3)

Wed. 19 at SF 3:45 PM ET STOh/NSBA C. Carrasco (10-3) J. Cueto (6-7)

 

Fri. 21 vs. Tor 7:10 PM ET STOh/RSN C. Kluber (7-3) M. Estrada (4-6)

Sat. 22 vs. Tor 7:10 PM ET STOh/RSN

Sun. 23 vs. Tor 1:10 PM ET STOh/RSN

Mon. 24 vs. Cin 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSOH

Tue. 25 vs. LAA 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSW

Wed. 26 vs. LAA 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSW

Thu. 27 vs. LAA 12:10 PM ET STOh/FSW

Fri. 28 at CWS 8:10 PM ET STOh/CSCh

Sat. 29 at CWS 7:10 PM ET STOh/CSCh

Sun. 30 at CWS 2:10 PM ET STOh/WGN

Mon. 31 at Bos 7:10 PM ET NESN/STOh

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CLEVELAND, Ohio - The Indians open the second half tonight in Oakland with second baseman Jason Kipnis and rightfielder Lonnie Chisenhall on the disabled list.

 

Will Kipnis or Chisenhall be missed more?

 

We asked that as part of our video debate series Prepare for List Off.

 

Cleveland.com sports columnist Doug Lesmerises thinks it's Chisenhall. Since Chisenhall leads the team in RBI that's hard to argue.

 

But I do anyway. You can judge how successfully.

 

My expectation for Kipnis is he'll be better in the second half than he was in the first, and that not having him requires a bigger adjustment in the infield than losing Chisenhall for any length of time in the outfield.

 

Kipnis is the better player, though obviously Chisenhall is having the better season.

 

Chisenhall has good numbers against lefthanders this season but that's probably because they use him against lefties judiciously.

 

Hear us out, then come back and tell us who got it right.

 

List Off: Who got it right about Jason Kipnis and Lonnie Chisenhall? Cleveland.com

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A pair of right-handers face off in the first game back from the All-Star break, as Oakland's Sonny Gray takes on Cleveland's Carlos Carrasco at Oakland Coliseum on Friday.

 

Carrasco is putting together yet another steady season, as he'll begin the second half with a 10-3 record and a 3.44 ERA. He has seen another uptick in his curveball usage, throwing it 17 percent of the time in 2017 after utilizing it 14.9 percent of the time in 2016. He threw it just 7.9 percent in 2015.

 

Carrasco has been stronger on the road this season than he has been at home. In nine road starts, the Indians righty is 7-1 with a 2.38 ERA and has only allowed two home runs. At home, he is 3-2 with a 4.69 ERA and 10 homers allowed.

 

Gray has been solid since he gave up seven earned runs over 4 2/3 innings at Cleveland on May 30, posting a 3.45 ERA in his last seven starts since.

 

The 27-year-old right-hander is coming off a winning effort against the White Sox in which he allowed two runs on three hits and struck out five in seven quality innings.

 

Things to know about this game

• Gray is making his seventh career start against the Indians. He is 2-2 with a 4.00 ERA and 35 strikeouts in 36 career innings vs. Cleveland.

• Gray may shutter whenever Michael Brantley steps in the batter's box. The All-Star left fielder is hitting .429 in 15 career plate appearances against Gray in his career.

• Opposing teams shouldn't expect much scoring in third inning off Carrasco, his splits indicate. He has only surrendered one run in the third inning all season.

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Oak 4-0 bottom 6, time to kick in some of that road, Carrasco, last place team MOJO stuff in gear time. <_<

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

CENTRAL W L PCT GB HOME ROAD L10 STK

 

Cleveland Indians CLEVELAND INDIANS 47 41 .534 0 21-24 26-17 5-5 L 2

 

Minnesota Twins MINNESOTA TWINS 45 44 .506 2.5 20-28 25-16 5-5 L 3

Kansas City Royals KANSAS CITY ROYALS 44 44 .500 3 24-20 20-24 5-5 L 4

Detroit Tigers DETROIT TIGERS 39 49 .443 8 23-21 16-28 4-6 L 1

Chicago White Sox CHICAGO WHITE SOX 38 50 .432 9 19-19 19-31 4-6 L 2

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Down 0-2 to Oak, really?

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Bauer being tested in the first, bases loaded one out. :huh:

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