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PHOTO GALLERY: Cleveland Indians sweep Detroit Tigers for second time behind Brantley, Napoli, Bauer

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–Photos by Dan Mendlik/Maureen MacGregor

PHOTO GALLERY: Rajai Davis, Francisco Lindor, Collin Cowgill, Mike Napoli enjoy big nights in Cleveland Indians tie against Los Angeles Dodgers

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Rajai Davis made two sensational defensive plays, Collin Cowgill had two extra-base hits, Francisco Lindor drove in two runs, Mike Napoli continued his hot Spring Training and Trevor Bauer was dominant in the Indians tie against the Dodgers on Thursday.

The Tribe led, 5-2, after taking a lead against NL MVP Clayton Kershaw. Davis made an over-the-shoulder catch in the first, then threw out Yasiel Puig trying for a double in the second. Bauer allowed one run in five innings, while Cowgill doubled, tripled and walked. Napoli is hitting over .450.

–Photos by Dan Mendlik

PHOTO GALLERY: Bauer, Napoli, Clevinger lead Cleveland Indians Spring Training win over Seattle Mariners

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The Cleveland Indians won their second straight game on Tuesday, 4-3, over the Seattle Mariners.

Trevor Bauer pitched three strong innings, while Mike Napoli continued his strong Spring. Jose Ramirez had another RBI, while Mike Clevinger pitched two strong innings. Eric Stamets drove in the winning run in the eighth.

–Dan Mendlik photos

PHOTOS: Cleveland Indians players visit children’s hospitals, make new buds

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Cleveland Indians players Lonnie Chisenhall,, Trevor Bauer, Cody Anderson, TJ House and Rajai Davis visited UH Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital to spend time with some kids who are dealing with illnesses.

It was a special day.

–Photos courtesy of UH, Cleveland Clinic

ESPN’s Buster Olney names Cleveland Indians the no. 2 starting pitching rotation in top 10 list

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From top to bottom: Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco, Danny Salazar

We know we have a pretty special starting rotation looking forward to the 2016 season, but we’re not the only ones who think so.

ESPN’s Buster Olney named the Tribe’s starting rotation as number two on his MLB’s top 10 rotations column – second only to the New York Mets. From his column:

Rotation candidates: Corey KluberCarlos CarrascoDanny SalazarTrevor BauerCody AndersonJosh Tomlin

One rival evaluator attached the Indians to the Mets in assessing what’s ahead of them in the next few years. “No matter what else happens, that starting pitching gives them a chance to win,” he said. “They might have holes in their lineup, but the pitching is their equalizer.”

Last season, Indians starters led the majors in strikeouts, averaging almost one per inning (969 in 979 1/3), and they held opponents to a .235 batting average, the lowest in the AL. Kluber had a strange, luckless year in 2015 after winning the Cy Young Award in 2014, and the Indians can reasonably expect that the 29-year-old will have a better season in 2016.

The difference between very good and great for the Indians’ rotation might be Bauer, who can drive teammates crazy with his inconsistency; he had 10 starts in which he allowed five or more earned runs, and 12 in which he allowed zero or one earned run. If Bauer takes another step forward — and the rotation stays relatively healthy — the Indians’ rotation could propel Cleveland to a postseason berth.

Click here to read Olney’s whole list (ESPN insider subscribers only).

-TribeVibe contributor Missy Perez

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

 

Cleveland Indians players, coaches describe their favorite Thanksgiving treats

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Like the rest of us, Cleveland Indians players enjoy traditional — and maybe some no-so traditional — Thanksgiving treats. We asked some of our guys about their holiday favorites, and here’s what they had to say:

Roberto Perez: Turkey, rice and beans – we have different traditions in Puerto Rico

Cody Anderson: Stuffing

Jeff Manship: Stuffing

Carlos Carrasco: Turkey

Austin Adams: Smoked turkey – cook it on a smoker and over coals for 12 hours

We also got these responses when we asked the question a few years back:

 

Terry Francona: Stuffing! The real stuffing. Not that (crap) in a box.

Bryan Shaw: My favorite Thanksgiving dish is deep-fried turkey because frying the turkey is fun — I do it myself while other stuff is cooking inside.

Corey Kluber: Favorite dish is my mom’s turkey soup because it was something special we only had on Thanksgiving.

Yan Gomes: Sweet potatoes.

Josh Tomlin: Turkey and dressing that my grandmother makes and broccoli and cheese casserole.

Trevor Bauer: Favorite dish is between cranberry sauce on biscuits and twice baked potatoes. Favorite dessert is my sister’s cherry pie.

Mike Sarbaugh: Pecan Pie. I always look forward to warming up a piece of pecan pie with vanilla ice cream on top.

 

2015 Cleveland Indians postseason player profile: Third baseman Giovanny Urshela

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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: Giovanny Urshela

Height: 6-0

Weight: 200

Birthday: 10/11/91

Birthplace: Cartegena, Colombia

Club control: 2021 (pre-arbitration)

Twitter: @urshela10

The numbers:

  • .225 (60-267)
  • 15 extra-base hits

Behind the numbers:

  • Made MLB debut on June 9
  • Collected first hit and homer on June 11 vs. Seattle
  • Career high three hits on 8/4 at Los Angeles Angels; hit the game-winning homer in the 12th inning that day
  • Had a 13-game hit streak from June 20-July 4
  • Reached base safely via hit or walk in 21 straight games from June 11-July 4
  • Batted .253 in 31 first-half games before shoulder soreness bothered him for much of the second half
  • Finished with UZR of 4.1, fifth-best among AL third basemen

Highlights:

2015 Cleveland Indians postseason player profile: Righty Josh Tomlin

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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: Josh Tomlin

Height: 6-1

Weight: 190

Birthday: 10/19/84

Birthplace: Tyler, Texas

Club control: 2016 (arbitration eligible)

Twitter: @jtomlin43

The numbers:

  • 7-2
  • 02 ERA (22 ER, 65.2 IP), 0.84 WHIP
  • 57 strikeouts
  • Two complete games
  • .195 opponents’ average

Behind the numbers:

  • Made an unbelievable recovery from shoulder surgery in Spring Training, going 7-2 in 10 starts after returning August 15
  • AL ranks after 8/15:
    • Opponents’ average: 3rd, .195
    • Opponents’ OBP: 1st, .227
    • K:BB ratio: 1st, 7.13
    • Wins: 1st, 7
    • Hits per 9: 5th, 6.44
    • Innings: 3rd
    • Strikeouts: T10, 57
  • In September: 3-1, 3.00 ERA, .197 opponents’ average, two complete games
  • Recorded 5+ strikeouts in each of his first 8 consecutive outings to begin his season, the longest streak by an Indians hurler to begin a season since Justin Masterson pulled the trick in his first 13 outings in 2013

Highlights:

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:

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