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Francona, Kipnis, Lindor, coaches and more to appear post-game June 24 at The Corner to benefit VeloSano

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Cleveland, OH— The Cleveland Indians will play host to a celebrity bartending event to benefit VeloSano following the Tribe and Tigers Noon game on Wednesday, June 24. The event will be held at Progressive Field’s “The Corner” in the Right Field District, which has become one of the hottest spots in Cleveland featuring nearly 40 beers on tap.

The Indians celebrity bartending lineup includes:

  • Manager Terry Francona
  • President Mark Shapiro
  • GM Chris Antonetti
  • 2B Jason Kipnis
  • RHP Trevor Bauer
  • RHP Carlos Carrasco
  • RHP Danny Salazar
  • RHP Bryan Shaw
  • LHP Marc Rzepczynski
  • SS Francisco Lindor
  • 3B Giovanny Urshela

*All celebrity bartenders subject to change

Fans are encouraged to attend the Noon game vs. the Tigers and stay post-game to support the cause, with tips and 20% of proceeds going directly to VeloSano.  The Indians will have a silent auction available to raise additional money. Snack items such as nachos and peanuts will also be available for purchase.

Fans not able to attend the game are still invited without a game ticket to attend the event and enter Progressive Field at the Right Field Gate near the New Era Team Shop off East 9th St. 30 minutes following last out of the game. The event is expected to conclude 3.5 hours (approx. 6:30pm) following the last out.

The Indians partnered once again with Cleveland Clinic to support VeloSano, an annual charity bike ride event, held this summer July 17-19 in Cleveland. The Indians will also field a team of nearly 60 riders, including Indians Chairman and CEO Paul Dolan and other members of the Indians front office.

VeloSano, Latin for “swift cure,” is a major community fundraising initiative, where 100% of dollars raised by VeloSano participants directly benefits cancer research at Cleveland Clinic. At its core, it’s a cycling event where riders commit to raise a pre-determined dollar amount by requesting support from personal contacts.

PHOTOS: Cleveland Indians host Paula Abdul, Cardale Jones, Troy Smith on Friday at Progressive Field

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So, Friday — a weird night at the ballpark.

OSU quarterbacks past and present — and Cleveland natives! — Troy Smith and Cardale Jones were on hand, as was Paula Abdul, who had a … danceoff? … with Slider.

Weird night.

–Photos by Sarah Sachs/Dan Mendlik

Yahoo’s Jeff Passan: ‘Why Cleveland has the best — and most futuristic — rotation in baseball’

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Yahoo! baseball writer Jeff Passan writes this week about the Tribe’s starting rotation, and how the front office’s approach is helping shape the group’s present and its future. An excerpt:

With Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco, Danny Salazar and Trevor Bauer, who starts Thursday night in a series-wrapping game against Kansas City, the Indians have four of the most desirable – and rarest – commodities in baseball: hard-throwing, strikeout-producing, young, under-control starting pitchers. The single most misleading statistic of the 2015 season is the ERA of Indians starting pitchers.

It’s what makes the next half-decade so exciting for Cleveland: Not only are Kluber, Carrasco, Salazar and Bauer under team control through the end of the 2020 season, they recognize that what Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and John Smoltz were to the 1990s, and Barry Zito, Tim Hudson and Mark Mulder were to the 2000s, they can be to the 2010s.

Click here for the entire story.

Trevor Bauer designs T-shirts to benefit Lone Survivor Foundation

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So, Trevor Bauer is rolling again; in his last three starts, he’s 2-0 with a 1.21 ERA and 21 strikeouts.

He’s also passionate about helping others, and is doing so through a T-shirt design intended to help veterans and the Lone Survivor Foundation. From MLB.com:

Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer teamed up with Kyle Mauch, CEO of a company called Athletes Brand, to help design T-shirts for a good cause.

The shirts, which read “Last 1 Standing,” were inspired by the story of former Navy SEAL Marcus Lutrell, who received a Purple Heart from his actions in a 2005 ambush by Taliban fighters during Operation Red Wings.

Tribe teammates also have been wearing the shirts to raise awareness of the shirt and proceeds benefiting Lone Survivor Foundation.

PHOTO GALLERY: Cleveland Indians win sixth straight, sweep Cincinnati Reds

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–Photos by Dan Mendlik, Sarah Sachs

PHOTO GALLERY: Indians beat White Sox to split two-gamer

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–Photos by Dan Mendlik, Sarah Sachs

PHOTO GALLERY: Bauer solid, Moss’ debut, Lindor’s inside-the-parker, Santana’s moon shot and more

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On Sunday at Goodyear Ballpark:

  • Trevor Bauer’s solid five innings
  • Lindor inside the parker
  • Moss’ debut in the field
  • Moonshot from Santana
  • And more!

–Photos by Dan Mendlik

Trevor Bauer mans @Indians during Friday’s games — and #BauerTakeover is a hit

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The @indians account had a familiar face running the show as the Tribe played split-squad games in Goodyear and Mesa on Friday afternoon. Tribe pitcher Trevor Bauer – known on Twitter as @BauerOutage – spent the afternoon in the press box live tweeting happenings from both games, having a little fun at his teammates expense and answering questions from fans on Twitter.

Fans followed along using #BauerTakeover and Bauer even gave away a few tickets to a game back in Cleveland by asking fans to finish lyrics from one of his original songs.

He was so entertaining that by the end of the game, @Indians followers were requesting he Tweet all the games.  Lucky for us – and our job security – he is needed more on the mound, but we hope he’ll come back and join us for another #BauerTakeover.

Critiquing the ball boy:

Making fun of Atch:

A fun jab at MLB’s new pace-of-play rules:

Inside the mind of a ball player:

PHOTO GALLERY: Holt, Bourn, Aviles have big days in win over Cubs

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–Photos by Dan Mendlik

MLB Network’s ’30 Clubs in 30 Days’ previews, interviews the Tribe

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MLB Network’s “30 Clubs in 30 Days” crew is making its rounds around Spring Training, and they visited the Tribe on Saturday. Here’s video coverage of the show:

COREY KLUBER

MICHAEL BRANTLEY

YAN GOMES

JASON KIPNIS

LONNIE CHISENHALL

TREVOR BAUER

TERRY FRANCONA

BRANDON MOSS

MLB NETWORK PREDICTIONS

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