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Own a piece of Progressive Field history — ballpark turnstiles

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You can own a piece of Progressive Field history, as a limited number of the ballpark’s turnstiles are available for purchase!

The turnstiles have been used for 20 years, and are a must-have for any hardcore Indians fan – and would be a perfect addition to any Man Cave.

They’ve been authenticated by Major League Baseball and are available by calling or visiting the Progressive Field Team Shop at 216-420-HITS.

Photo Gallery: Yeah it’s a walk-off!

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–Photos by David Cleveland (and if you get the reference from a popular sitcom that’s not off the air, kudos to you!)

Indians Wives Association ‘Shirts Off Their Backs’ auction set for Saturday at Progressive Field

The 2013 Shirts Off Their Backs auction

The 2013 Shirts Off Their Backs auction

25 game-worn jerseys will be auctioned; autographed Mystery Baseballs also for sale

WHAT:   The Cleveland Indians Wives Association will auction off game-worn Tribe jerseys on Saturday night before and during the Indians game vs. the Houston Astros. The auction will take place outside Section 156 and will feature jerseys worn by all 25 members of the active roster during Friday night’s game against the Twins. Autographed Mystery Baseballs also will be for sale.

Proceeds from “Shirts Off Their Backs” and the association’s previous “Tribe Treasures” auction benefit various Cleveland-area charities.

WHEN:     Saturday, August 23; 4:30PM-top of the 7th inning

WHERE:    Section156, Progressive Field

More great offers through MLB.com At the Ballpark App this weekend at Progressive Field!

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Fans visiting Progressive Field for this weekend’s series with the Astros will have the opportunity to take advantage of great check-in offers on the MLB.com At the Ballpark app (CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD).

In addition to check-in offers for promotional items, concessions and merchandise, fans using At the Ballpark can watch game highlights directly on their phone, find a comprehensive ballpark map, track 50/50 raffle results and more!

Check out a preview of this weekend’s offers below:

 

Friday, August 22:

- KeyBank will be offering $10 Key Cash to fans that check-in using At the Ballpark, and visit the KeyBank Kiosk outside section 150. Key Cash can be used as Indians Fun Money to purchase concessions and merchandise around the ballpark. Supplies are limited, so fans are encouraged to arrive early on Friday evening to take advantage of the offer.

- All fans will receive an offer for a free Iced Coffee coupon at Dunkin Donuts. The coupon can be redeemed at the Guest Services booth outside section 107.

Saturday, August 23:

- Fans that check in using At the Ballpark will receive an offer for a Jim Thome replica statue, courtesy of KeyBank. Supplies are limited, so you are encouraged to arrive early to take advantage of the offer. The statue can be redeemed at the KeyBank kiosk outside section 150.

- All fans will receive an offer for a free Iced Coffee coupon at Dunkin Donuts. The coupon can be redeemed at the Guest Services booth outside section 107.

Sunday, August 24:

- Fans that check in using At the Ballpark will receive an offer for a Kenny Lofton replica jersey, courtesy of KeyBank. Supplies are limited, so you are encouraged to arrive early to take advantage of the offer. The jersey can be redeemed at the KeyBank kiosk outside section 150.

- All fans will receive an offer for a free Iced Coffee coupon at Dunkin Donuts. The coupon can be redeemed at the Guest Services booth outside section 107.

 

At the Ballpark is available for both Apple (iOS 7.0 or later) and Android devices. Visit http://www.Indians.com/BallparkApp for more details.

Saturday recap: Photos, plus notes on Carrasco, Santana, Brantley

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The Indians moved to 3-1 through the first 4 games of this 5-game homestand against Arizona (1-1) and Baltimore (2-0, + 1 game), improving to 62-60 and two games over the .500 mark for the first time since August 4 (57-55)…marks Cleveland’s 9th shutout of the season and first shutout since a 3-0 win at New York-AL on August 9…the Indians are now 9-5 to begin the month of August and have won 5 of their last 6 since dropping 4-straight from 8/5-8/8…the win gives the Indians a 17-12 record vs. teams from the AL-East this season, making this the 7th time in the last 11 seasons that the Indians have gone .500-or-better vs. the AL-East since 2004…the Indians have 4 remaining games vs. the AL-East this season (1 vs. BAL and 3 vs. TB).

More notes:

CARLOS CARRASCO

  • Carrasco worked 7.0 scoreless innings and picked up his fifth win of the season and second win as a starter this year (W, 7.0 IP, 3 H, 0 R-ER, 0 BB, 5 SO, 0 HR, 79 pitches/57 strikes)…after going 0-3 with a 6.95 ERA (17 ER/22.0 IP) through his first 4 starts of the season, Carrasco has gone 2-0 through 2 starts (12.0 scoreless innings) since transitioning back into the starter role…the last time Carrasco worked 5.0 scoreless innings in
    back-to-back outings was on June 7-June 13, 2011 (15.1 IP)…the last time Carrasco worked at least 7.0 innings was when he did not earn a decision, despite going 7.1 innings in a 2-1 loss vs. Kansas City on June 17, 2013…the last time he worked at least 7.0 scoreless innings was when he earned a 1-0 win at New York-AL on June 13, 2011.
  • Carrasco improves to 4-0 with a 1.84 ERA (6 ER/29.1 IP) in 10 appearances/3 starts vs. American League East opponents this season…Over the Tribe’s last 6 games dating back to August 9, Cleveland’s starting rotation has posted a 0.69 ERA (3 ER/39.0 IP).

CARLOS SANTANA

  • Delivered his 21st home run of the season, a 3-run shot to center field that put the Indians on the board 3-0 in the first inning…the home run marked Santana’s 92nd career homer, tying him with Sandy Alomar for 28th-most home runs in Indians history…with Santana’s first-inning home run, the Indians last 6 runs have come courtesy of the home run ball…Santana’s 92 career home runs rank 20th in the American League since 2010…Santana finished the game 2-for-3 with a walk, a run scored and 3 RBI.

MICHAEL BRANTLEY

  • Registered his 18th home run of the season, coming as a 2-run homer to right field in the fifth inning and giving the Indians a 6-0 lead…Brantley’s 2 RBI give him 80 RBI on the season as he becomes the only player in the American League with a batting average over .300, 18-or-more home runs, 10-or-more stolen bases and at least 80 RBI this season.

Photo Gallery: Kluber dominates, Aviles walks it off

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The headline says it all, and if it doesn’t, let these fantastic photos say more.

–Photos by Dan Mendlik, David Cleveland

Rock N’ Blast night 1 recap: Yeah, it was pretty awesome.

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So, Rock N’ Blast’s rep precedes it … but by all accounts, the 2014 version got off to a rocking start on Friday night; this year’s theme is Tour of Rock and Cleveland band Welshly Arms performed before the show.

Remember: Rock N Blast is back on Saturday at Progressive Field as the Indians take on old friend Ubaldo Jimenez and the Orioles. Here are some Tribe fans’ pictures from the show!

Get to Know: Indians outfielder Zach Walters

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Lots of new faces in the Tribe clubhouse these days, so we’re going to help you get to know some of the guys in a new “Get To Know” feature. We’ll ask about baseball stuff, non-baseball stuff and more.

First up – Zach Walters, who came over in the Asdrubal Cabrera trade and made a big splash at Columbus right away, including a two-homer game. Walters notched his first big-league hit as a member of the Indians organization on Wednesday.

Name: Zach Walters

Position: Outfielder

Born: Cheyenne, Wyo. (fun fact – there have been 14 big-leaguers born in Wyoming, including Walters)

College/school: University of San Diego

How acquired: Via trade with Washington on July 31, in exchange for Asdrubal Cabrera

Best memory in an Indians uniform?: Has to be the Aviles, Kipnis and Chisenhall tarp slide.

Best slip and slider: Has to be Mikey – he was the most enthusiastic for sure.

Other sports played?: Football and basketball

Favorite visiting city/ballpark?: I like both New York ballparks (Citi Field and Yankee Stadium)

Favorite non-baseball activity?: Ping pong, for sure (we asked him he’d tried out the table near the clubhouse featured in this video of the Sklar brothers vs. Joe Smith/Tony Sipp, but he hasn’t yet) http://tribevibe.mlblogs.com/2012/09/19/the-sklar-brothers-at-progressive-field/

Favorite place to visit/restaurant in Cleveland?: I have no idea yet …

Favorite movie?: “The Count of Monte Cristo”/

Favorite TV show: I’m a big car guy, so I like “Overhaulin’” and anything dealing with cars (http://overhaulin.tv/)

Favorite non-baseball teams?: I’m definitely a Manziel and LeBron fan; also the actual USC Trojans – not South Carolina, the real USC

Favorite band/music artist?: Kings of Leon

Favorite Twitter account you follow?: @ughposts

Photo Gallery: Welcome to Cleveland, kid!

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Zach Walters notched his first hit as an Indian, and followed with your average first career walk-off to give the Indians a 3-2 win in the first game of a doubleheader on Wednesday.

As always, our fantastic photographers got it all.

–Photos by Dan Mendlik and David Cleveland

Photo Gallery: Rain delay? Slip and slide.

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Seems like Jason Kipnis, Mike Aviles and Lonnie Chisenhall had some pent-up energy after a long rain delay and ultimate postponement on Tuesday night. This was the result.

–Photos by Dan Mendlik

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