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PHOTO GALLERY: Cleveland Indians beat Detroit Tigers behind Francisco Lindor, Josh Tomlin and others

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Francisco Lindor had three hits, including a game-changing three-run homer, in the Indians 7-3 win over the Tigers on Tuesday at Progressive Field. On the heels of the Tribe’s sweep of Detroit in Michigan April 22-24, the Indians are now 4-0 against their AL Central rival this season.

Lindor singled and scored in the first, doubled and scored in the third and smashed a three-run homer in the fifth to stake the Tribe to a 7-2 lead. He also made another fantastic defensive play to rob Detroit’s Justin Upton of a hit in the second.

Mike Napoli had a two-run double, and Yan Gomes and Michael Brantley added RBI singles. Josh Tomlin scattered nine hits over six innings to improve to 4-0 on the season.

–Photos by Dan Mendlik and Maureen MacGregor

PHOTO GALLERY: Gomes, Napoli, Santana supply power in Cleveland Indians loss to Cincinnati Reds

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Yan Gomes, Mike Napoli and Carlos Santana each hit homers and Carlos Carrasco pitched five innings of three-run ball in the Tribe’s loss to Cincinnati on Saturday at Goodyear Ballpark.

Marlon Byrd added two doubles, and now has five in five games.

–Photos by Dan Mendlik

PHOTO GALLERY: Naquin, Lindor, Kipnis homer in Cleveland Indians 7-6 win over Kansas City Royals

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Tyler Naquin homered twice, and Francisco Lindor and Jason Kipnis also homered, as the Indians beat the Royals on Wednesday, 7-6.

Roberto Perez added a two-run single for the win, as the Indians rallied from a 6-3 deficit.

–Photos by Dan Mendlik

PHOTO GALLERY: Cleveland Indians defeat Oakland Athletics behind a grand slam from Joey Butler

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The Tribe defeated Oakland today in Goodyear with a final score of 10-8.

Carlos Santana hit in the leadoff spot for the first time this #TribeSpring, recording two hits – a single and a double.

The big slam of the day came from the bat of Joey Butler, a grand slam in the bottom of the fifth to ultimately give the Tribe the win.

Follow along tomorrow’s game for a late night, as we host the Cubs at Goodyear Ballpark, starting at 10:05 PM ET.

-Photos by Dan Mendlik

PHOTO GALLERY: Corey Kluber makes Cleveland Indians Spring Training debut

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Corey Kluber made his Spring Training debut in Saturday’s game at Goodyear Ballpark against the San Francisco Giants.

Kluber pitched two scoreless innings, with three strikeouts. Giovanny Urshela and Carlos Santana had RBI doubles.

–Photos by Dan Mendlik

PHOTO GALLERY: Cleveland Indians drop Spring Training opener to Cincinnati Reds, 6-5

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We dropped our opener to the Reds, 6-5, on a sun-splashed afternoon at Goodyear Ballpark.

Josh Tomlin and TJ House were among the pitchers who took the mound, and Carlos Santana and youngster Eric Stamets hit solo homers.

–Photos by Dan Mendlik

PHOTO GALLERY: Cleveland Indians pitchers and catchers work out on Day 3 of #TribeSpring

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Another beautiful day featured plenty of PFP and other activities before the full squad reports today. (No fear: Most of our position players are already in camp as you’ve seen from these galleries.)

–Photos by Dan Mendlik

SportsTime Ohio to replay seven 2015 Cleveland Indians games over next six weeks

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Need a baseball fix? SportsTime Ohio has you covered with Indians Rewinds this offseason.

They’ll broadcast seven different games at various times throughout the next six weeks, including some of the best performances of the 2015 season.

Check out the schedule here:

May 16 vs. Rangers: Kipnis’ late three-run homer gives Indians 10-8 win over the Rangers.

  • Dec. 10, 6AM
  • Dec. 17, Noon
  • Dec. 23, 6AM
  • Dec. 27, Noon
  • Jan. 1, 3PM
  • Jan. 12, 6AM
  • Jan. 23, 7:30PM
  • Jan. 26, 7PM

June 16 vs. Cubs: Bauer goes seven strong, Santana has four RBI as the Indians beat Jake Arrieta

  • Dec. 10, Noon
  • Dec. 17, 6AM
  • Dec. 27, 3PM
  • Dec. 31, 6AM
  • Jan. 5, 6AM
  • Jan. 14, 9PM
  • Jan. 23, 12AM
  • Jan. 26, 12AM

June 30 vs. Rays: Salazar pitches 7.2, Urshela hits three-run homer

  • Dec. 28, Noon
  • Jan. 1, 6AM
  • Jan. 9, 8PM
  • Jan. 23, 6AM

July 1 vs. Rays: Carlos Carrasco comes one strike away from a no-hitter

  • Dec. 24, 5PM
  • Dec. 29, 6AM
  • Jan. 1, Noon
  • Jan. 11, 11PM
  • Jan. 23, 3:30PM
  • Jan. 26, 6AM

May 13 vs. Cardinals: Corey Kluber strikes out 18 at Progressive Field

  • Jan. 7, Noon
  • Jan. 21, 9PM

Sept. 16 vs. Royals: Carrasco throws a one-hitter

  • Jan. 5, 7PM
  • Jan. 19, 7PM
  • Jan. 29, 3PM

May 23 vs. Reds: Kluber, DeSclafani duel, Kipnis’ late RBI double beats Cincy

  • Jan. 5, 3:30
  • Jan. 19, 6AM
  • Jan. 27, 6AM

 

2015 Cleveland Indians postseason player profile: Reliever/setup man Bryan Shaw

KANSAS CITY, MO - SEPTEMBER 26:  Bryan Shaw #27 of the Cleveland Indians throws in the ninth inning against the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium on September 26, 2015 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)

Over the next month, we’re going to recap our guys’ 2015 seasons — on and off the field — in alphabetical order. Previous installments:

Name: Bryan Shaw

Height: 6-1

Weight: 210

Birthday: 11/8/87

Birthplace: Livermore, Calif.

Club control: 2017 (arbitration eligible this offseason)

Twitter: @bryanshaw37

The numbers:

  • 3-3
  • 2.95 ERA (21 ER, 64 IP), 1.22 WHIP
  • 23 holds
  • 54 strikeouts
  • .242 opponents’ average

Behind the numbers:

Highlights:

2015 Cleveland Indians postseason player profile: First baseman Carlos Santana

 

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Over the next month, we’re going to recap our guys’ 2015 seasons — on and off the field — in alphabetical order. Previous installments:

Name: Carlos Santana

Height: 5-11

Weight: 210

Birthday: 4/8/86

Birthplace: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Club control: 2017 (signed through 2016, club option for 2017)

Twitter: @TheRealSlamtana

The numbers:

  • .231 (127-550)
  • 19 homers, 85 RBI (both team highs)
  • 108 walks (fifth in baseball)
  • 50 extra-base hits

Behind the numbers:

  • Owns the most homers in club history by a switch hitter (117); passed Carlos Baerga on June 13 with his 105th
  • Has 502 walks from 2011-2015, second-most in MLB
  • Has played in 112 consecutive games, fourth-most MLB
  • Fifth consecutive season Carlos has finished in the top five in the AL in walks
  • Finished in the top 20 in the AL in OBP (20th, .357), RBI (T19th, 85), times on base (12th, 238) and pitches per plate appearance (2nd, 4.3)
  • Tied for 12th in the AL in post-All-Star break RBI (45)
  • 11-game hit streak from Aug. 23-Sept. 4 was second longest of his career
  • Set new career high with 11 steals (same amount as Mike Trout and Andrew McCutchen)
  • Santana’s 399 RBI since 2011 are 13th-most in AL

Highlights:

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