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UPCOMING SCHEDULE July 2017, hanging on to 1st place

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And another loss. Starting to get worried.

Lost 1-2 in 10? Really? :huh:

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And another loss. Starting to get worried.

Too much pressure on the starting pitching. The offense is absolutely terrible.

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Too much pressure on the starting pitching. The offense is absolutely terrible.

Ironic isn't it the 1-9 hitting lineup isn't that bad...on paper. Should be way better.

 

Hey still in first place! (Well by 0.5 :huh: )

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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

Fri. 14 @ Oak L 0-5 47-41 S. Gray C. Carrasco 19,870

Sat. 15 @ Oak L 3-5 47-42 R. Madson A. Miller 33,021

Sun. 16 @ Oak L 3-7 47-43 S. Manaea T. Bauer 25,509

Mon. 17 @ SF W 5-3 48-43 J. Tomlin M. Moore C. Allen 39,538

Tue. 18 @ SF L 1-2 48-44 S. Dyson C. Allen 39,151

Wed. 19 @ SF L 4-5 48-45 C. Gearrin B. Shaw S. Dyson 41,067...1-6 in last 7 :huh:

 

Date Opp Time TV Indians : Pitcher Opp: Pitcher

Fri. 21 vs. Tor 7:10 PM ET STOh/RSN T. Bauer (7-8) M. Estrada (4-6)

Sat. 22 vs. Tor 7:10 PM ET STOh/RSN D. Salazar (3-5) M. Stroman (9-5)

Sun. 23 vs. Tor 1:10 PM ET STOh/RSN C. Kluber (7-3) J. Happ (3-6)

Mon. 24 vs. Cin 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSOH J. Tomlin (6-9) T. Adleman (5-7)

Tue. 25 vs. LAA 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSW C. Carrasco (10-4) J. Chávez (5-10)

Wed. 26 vs. LAA 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSW T. Bauer (7-8) A. Meyer (4-5)

Thu. 27 vs. LAA 12:10 PM ET STOh/FSW D. Salazar (3-5) R. Nolasco (4-10)

 

Fri. 28 at CWS 8:10 PM ET STOh/CSCh C. Kluber (7-3) D. Holland (5-9)

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

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

Mon. 31 at Bos 7:08 PM ET NESN/STOh/ESPN

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AL Central - 7/22/17

http://www.cleveland.com/tribe/#tab_standings

 

Team W L Pct GB

Cleveland 49 45 .521 - 94 in the books, 68 to go, Tribe still should win ALC

 

Kansas City 48 47 .505 1.5

Minnesota 48 47 .505 1.5

Detroit 44 51 .463 5.5

Chi White Sox 38 55 .409 10.5

 

Full Standings

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CLE 13-3

CLE 2-1 in 10, Lindor first ever walkoff HR

 

WOO-HOO Tribe putting it to Toronto, again. ;)

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CLE 13-3

CLE 2-1 in 10, Lindor first ever walkoff HR

WOO-HOO Tribe putting it to Toronto, again. ;)

Sun. 23 vs. Tor 1:10 PM ET STOh/RSN C. Kluber (7-3) J. Happ (3-6)

 

Sweep? Finally? At home? Would be about time!

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Sun. 23 vs. Tor 1:10 PM ET STOh/RSN C. Kluber (7-3) J. Happ (3-6)

Sweep? Finally? At home? Would be about time!

CLE 8-1 top 8, Kluber great as usual, 14 Ks.

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The rest of the homestand then off to Chicago:

 

Mon. 24 vs. Cin 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSOH J. Tomlin (6-9) T. Adleman (5-7) make up game

 

Tue. 25 vs. LAA 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSW C. Carrasco (10-4) J. Chávez (5-10)

Wed. 26 vs. LAA 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSW T. Bauer (7-8) A. Meyer (4-5)

Thu. 27 vs. LAA 12:10 PM ET STOh/FSW D. Salazar (3-5) R. Nolasco (4-10)

 

Fri. 28 at CWS 8:10 PM ET STOh/CSCh C. Kluber (7-3) D. Holland (5-9)

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7-7 end 7, what a screwball game.

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7-7 end 7, what a screwball game.

Wow Encarnacion's walk off grand slam HR in the 11th, CLE 11-7 and 5 straight wins.

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Wow Encarnacion's walk off grand slam HR in the 11th, CLE 11-7 and 5 straight wins.

Yet, KC is still hanging on their tail.

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Yet, KC is still hanging on their tail.

KC is going through their hot streak but IF the Tribe bats + starting pitching continue to be strong they can outrun them.

 

The Twinkies are in a similar position and we'll see what happens coming up to the trade deadline.

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Fri. 21 Tor W 13-3 49-45 T. Bauer M. Estrada 34,284

Sat. 22 Tor W 2-1 50-45 B. Shaw D. Barnes 34,569

Sun. 23 Tor W 8-1 51-45 C. Kluber J. Happ 30,701

Mon. 24 Cin W 6-2 52-45 J. Tomlin T. Adleman 21,500

Tue. 25 LAA W 11-7 53-45 D. Otero B. Norris 22,364....the streak continues

 

Date Opp Time TV Indians : Pitcher Opp: Pitcher

 

Wed. 26 vs. LAA 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSW C. Carrasco (10-4) R. Nolasco (4-11)

Thu. 27 vs. LAA 12:10 PM ET STOh/FSW T. Bauer (8-8) J. Ramírez (9-8)

 

Fri. 28 at CWS 8:10 PM ET STOh/CSCh D. Salazar (3-5) D. Holland (5-9)

Sat. 29 at CWS 7:10 PM ET STOh/CSCh C. Kluber (8-3) M. González (5-9)

Sun. 30 at CWS 2:10 PM ET STOh/WGN J. Tomlin (7-9) C. Rodón (1-4)

 

Mon. 31 at Bos 7:08 PM ET NESN/STOh/ESPN M. Clevinger (5-3) D. Pomeranz (10-4)

Tue. 1 at Bos 7:10 PM ET NESN/STOh/TVA C. Carrasco (10-4) C. Sale (12-4)

Wed. 2 at Bos 7:08 PM ET NESN/STOh/ESPN T. Bauer (8-8) D. Price (5-3)

 

THEN BACK HOME......

 

Thu. 3 vs. NYY 7:10 PM ET STOh/YES/TVA

Fri. 4 vs. NYY 7:10 PM ET STOh/YES

Sat. 5 vs. NYY 7:10 PM ET STOh/YES

Sun. 6 vs. NYY 1:10 PM ET STOh

 

Tue. 8 vs. Col 7:10 PM ET STOh/ATRM

Wed. 9 vs. Col 12:10 PM ET STOh/ATRM

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QUOTE (mjp28 @ Jul 26 2017, 08:17 PM)

 

1-1 top 4, Zimmer still hitting HRs.

 

2-2 bottom 7, another walkoff?

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AL Central

Team W L Pct GB

 

Cleveland 53 45 .541 -

 

Kansas City 52 47 .525 1.5

Minnesota 49 50 .495 4.5

Detroit 45 54 .455 8.5

Chi White Sox 39 58 .402 13.5

 

Full Standings Cleveland.Com

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A Nooner thursday!

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AL Central

Team W L Pct GB

Cleveland 55 45 .550 - now 10 games over. 500

 

Kansas City 53 47 .530 2

Minnesota 49 51 .490 6

Detroit 45 55 .450 10

Chi White Sox 39 59 .398 15

 

Full Standings - see Cleveland.Com

 

What a 7 game sweep!

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NEXT......

 

Fri. 28 at CWS 8:10 PM ET STOh/CSCh D. Salazar (3-5) D. Holland (5-9)

Sat. 29 at CWS 7:10 PM ET STOh/CSCh C. Kluber (8-3) M. González (5-9)

Sun. 30 at CWS 2:10 PM ET STOh/WGN J. Tomlin (7-9) C. Rodón (1-4)

 

Mon. 31 at Bos 7:08 PM ET NESN/STOh/ESPN M. Clevinger (5-3) D. Pomeranz (10-4)

Tue. 1 at Bos 7:10 PM ET NESN/STOh/TVA C. Carrasco (10-4) C. Sale (12-4)

Wed. 2 at Bos 7:08 PM ET NESN/STOh/ESPN T. Bauer (8-8) D. Price (5-3)

 

THEN BACK HOME......

 

Thu. 3 vs. NYY 7:10 PM ET STOh/YES/TVA

Fri. 4 vs. NYY 7:10 PM ET STOh/YES

Sat. 5 vs. NYY 7:10 PM ET STOh/YES

Sun. 6 vs. NYY 1:10 PM ET STOh

 

Tue. 8 vs. Col 7:10 PM ET STOh/ATRM

Wed. 9 vs. Col 12:10 PM ET STOh/ATRM

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What would be nice would be if the Tribe pounded the RS and Yankees in those games...and allowed the TB Rays....who are only 2.5 games out of first place, to take over the east. And then have the Royals make a WC spot and kick one of them out altogether.

 

As, if the season ended today you would have, in the playoffs:

 

ALE: Red Sox

ALC: Indians

ALW: Astros

WCs: Yankees and Royal, Rays only a half game back in the WC race.

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I like the pitching match ups in the next three....BOS will be tougher but still beatable.

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I like the pitching match ups in the next three....BOS will be tougher but still beatable.

The scheduled Tribe pitchers are 18-17 -but- may have turned the corner and a 2-1 or 3-0 against the CSX isn't impossible.

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The scheduled Tribe pitchers are 18-17 -but- may have turned the corner and a 2-1 or 3-0 against the CSX isn't impossible.

KC 4 BOS 2 now W9

CLE 7 WSX 0 top 7 will be W8

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8 wins in a row..Oooorah.....but KC is still on our tail

They have to go through BOS & BAL meanwhile the Indians have two more vs the hapless CSX. Gain two more spots?

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Game 2 - CLE 3-0 top 3 with Kluber pitching? Care to bet against Cleveland?

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IF YOU WERE WONDERING. .......

 

URL=http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/fantasy/injuries/]http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/fantasy/injuries/[/url]

 

Indians Updated Status Due Back Injury Notes

 

Anderson, Cody (P) 04/02 60-day DL Possibly 2018 Recovering from March 2017 Tommy John surgery Underwent Tommy John surgery March 27; placed on 60-day DL on April 2.

Chisenhall, Lonnie (CF) 07/28 10-day DL Possibly early August Right calf strain Took batting practice July 24; doing sprint work, expected to run bases soon as of July 28 update.

Kipnis, Jason (2B) 07/29 10-day DL Possibly early August Right hamstring strain Ran bases, fielded ground balls July 25; sent on Triple-A rehab assignment July 29.

Logan, Boone (P) 07/29 60-day DL TBD Left latissimus dorsi strain Placed on 10-day DL on July 21, retroactive to July 20; transferred to 60-day DL on July 29.

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Game 2 - CLE 3-0 top 3 with Kluber pitching? Care to bet against Cleveland?

QUOTE (mjp28 @ Jul 29 2017, 10:23 PM)

QUOTE (RedRight88Dawg @ Jul 29 2017, 09:12 PM)

blink.gif 4-3 now.

 

Any word when Kipnis and Chisenhall will be back?

 

KipniS real soon with Chisenhall to follow.

 

Klubers 55-0 with 4 runs is being challenged! 4-4 bottom 8.

HoLY shit what a way to win a game! But now W9 going for W10 tomorrow at 2 pm. :)

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LOOKING AHEAD IF YOU'RE INTERESTED.........

 

BOSTON Red Sox Updated Status Due Back Injury Notes - 8 PITCHERS ON LIST

 

Elias, Roenis (P) 07/27 60-day DL Possibly August Right intercostal, oblique strain; left lat strain Sent on Double-A rehab assignment July 18; rehab transferred to Triple-A July 27.

Hernandez, Marco (2B) 05/28 Out for Season 2018 Recovering from May 2017 left shoulder surgery Underwent season-ending surgery May 26; transferred to 60-day DL on May 28.

Kelly, Joe (P) 07/21 10-day DL Possibly late July Right hamstring strain Placed on 10-day DL on July 15, retroactive to July 12; threw long toss July 21.

Price, David (P) 07/29 10-day DL TBD Left elbow inflammation Placed on 10-day DL on July 28, retroactive to July 25.

Ross, Robbie (P) 07/24 60-day DL TBD Left elbow inflammation Transferred to 60-day DL on July 24.

Rutledge, Josh (3B) 07/22 7-day DL Possibly late July Concussion Sent on Triple-A rehab assignment July 20.

Smith, Carson (P) 07/25 60-day DL Possibly August Recovering from May 2016 Tommy John surgery Threw bullpen session July 21; was expected to throw another July 24.

Taylor, Ben (P) 07/26 10-day DL TBD Left intercostal strain Placed on 10-day DL on July 26, retroactive to July 23.

Thornburg, Tyler (P) 06/19 Out for Season 2018 Recovering from June 2017 rib surgery Underwent surgery to treat thoracic outlet syndrome June 16.

Wright, Steven (P) 05/18 Out for Season 2018 Recovering from May 2017 left knee surgery Underwent season-ending surgery May 8; transferred to 60-day DL on May 18.

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CHICAGO -- Josh Tomlin was cruising.

 

He had a 1-0 lead and four no-hit innings in the book when he took the mound to start the fifth on Sunday against the White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field. But something went wrong during Tomlin's warm ups and he left the game with James Quinlan, the team's head athletic trainer.

 

It was announced in the seventh inning that Tomlin left the game with a tight left hamstring.

 

Nick Goody replaced him......

 

(With 6 starters no big deal, right?)

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