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Photo Gallery: Yan Gomes hits a Grand Slam as Cleveland Indians beat Los Angeles Angels

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–Photos by Dan Mendlik and Sarah Sachs

The Indians won their fourth straight, seventh of nine overall and nine of their last 11 at home with an 8-3 victory over the Angels on Saturday night.

Cleveland scored five in the eighth before former Indians reliever Joe Smith recorded an out:

  • Francisco Lindor singled
  • Michael Brantley singled
  • Carlos Santana doubled home Lindor
  • Lonnie Chisenhall was intentionally walked
  • Yan Gomes hit his first career Grand Slam

The Indians tied the game on a Gomes sac fly in the second, and took a 3-1 lead in the third – after the rain delay – on Chisenhall’s two-run single. The Angels, though, re-tied it in the fourth before the Tribe’s eighth-inning rally.

Streaks

  • Chisenhall extended his hit streak 10 games, in which he’s hitting .483 (14-29)
    • Since his callup on July 30, Chisenhall is hitting .408 (29-71)
  • Lindor extended his hit streak to eight games, in which he’s hitting .516 (16-31)
    • In August, Lindor is hitting .386 (39-101)

Photo Gallery: Cleveland Indians beat Los Angeles Angels, 3-1, behind Trevor Bauer, timely hitting

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–Photos by Dan Mendlik/Sarah Sachs

The Indians beat the Angels, 3-1, on Friday thanks to another bounceback outing from Trevor Bauer and some timely seventh-inning hitting. The Indians have won eight of their last 10 games at Progressive Field.

Bauer allowed one run in eight innings, striking out seven; . Cody Allen shut the door for his 27th save (T6 in AL).

The Indians rallied from a 1-0 deficit in a three-run seventh, as pinch-hitter Abraham Almonte got the rally started with an opposite field, RBI double. Jason Kipnis and Carlos Santana each followed with RBI singles. The Indians have had 10 or more hits in 10 straight games at home, marking the first time since 1936 the club has accomplished that feat.

Homestand Guide: Fan information for Cleveland Indians homestand vs. Brewers, Angels

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After an 11-game road trip, the Cleveland Indians return to Progressive Field for a five-game homestand against the Milwaukee Brewers (August 25-26) and Los Angeles Angels (August 28-30).

Value at the Ballpark

Enjoy a night at the ballpark without breaking the bank. The Cleveland Indians have several offers in place to provide fans great bargains in addition to a great game.

District Ticket presented by SportsTime Ohio: For $13, fans will get a Standing Room Only ticket with their first drink on us (a 12 oz. domestic beer for those age 21 and over, Pepsi product or bottled water). Be sure to get yours early, as these tickets have been selling out fast. Offer available online only.

$2 domestic cans: Come down and pregame at the ballpark this Friday. Fans 21 and older can enjoy $2 domestic cans, featuring Miller Lite, in the Right Field District from 5-7PM.

Sugardale Dollar Dog Night: This Friday is another fan favorite, Sugardale Dollar Dog Night! Enjoy the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council’s award winning #1 MLB Hot Dog for just one dollar.

Guarantee your Gomes jersey

Fans looking to guarantee their Yan Gomes replica jersey can add Promo Pass to their ticket for just $5. Available online only at Indians.com/PromoPass, this offer ensures you get the promotional item even if all items have been distributed at the gates.

Looking ahead: Scooter Bobblehead!

The Indians officially unveiled their Terry Francona scooter bobblehead, which will be available for 10,000 fans on Saturday, September 12.

Prior to the 12th, bobblehead Tito can be seen cruising around town on the Indians social media channels. Be sure to follow #RideWithTito and keep up with his travels.

 

Tuesday,  August 25 vs. Brewers @ 7:10PM

 

*ALL GATES: OPEN at 6PM (Right Field Gate/ Family Deck opens at 5PM)

 Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/WMMS/IRN

Buy Early and Save: Fans who purchase tickets early and online will always receive the best prices on game tickets. Buying tickets online rather than at the box offices provide fans the best deals.

50/50 Raffle: The 50/50 Raffle will be available for all home games of the 2015 season. The raffle will support Cleveland Indians Charities in its mission to provide softball and baseball programs to the underprivileged youth of Cleveland.

 

Wednesday, August 26 vs. Brewers @ 7:10PM

*ALL GATES: OPEN at 6PM (Right Field Gate/ Family Deck opens at 5PM)

 Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/WMMS/IRN

Fan-Designed T-Shirt, courtesy of Northern Ohio Toyota Dealers: Upon entering the gates, 10,000 fans will receive a #TribeTown T-Shirt courtesy of Northern Ohio Toyota Dealers. Fans submitted original designs in May, with the winner voted on by the public. In addition to having his design created as a promotional item, contest winner Eric Bueno will toss out the first pitch at today’s game.

Brandon Saad tosses ceremonial first pitch: Columbus Blue Jackets left winger Brandon Sadd will throw a ceremonial first pitch at Wednesday’s game.

Visit the Bob Feller Exhibit: Be sure to check out the new Bob Feller Exhibit located on the Terrace Club third floor. Open to all fans, the exhibit features historic items such as Feller’s U.S. Navy jacket, his Opening Day no-hitter glove and much more.

Topps postgame giveaway: Fans will receive Topps cards upon exiting the gates postgame.

 

Friday, August 28 vs. Angels @ 7:10PM

ALL GATES: OPEN at 6PM (Right Field Gate/Family Deck open at 5PM)

Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/WMMS/IRN

$2 domestic cans: Pregame at the park Friday from 5-7PM with $2 12 ounce domestic cans. Deal is only available in the Right Field District for fans 21 and over.

Sugardale Dollar Dog Night: Come down to the ballpark and enjoy a fan favorite — Sugardale Dollar Dog night, one of 15 this year.

Postgame Fireworks, presented by Wayside Furniture: Hang out after the game to enjoy fireworks set to Garage Rock. Take your bubblegum pop and get outta here. The sound of grit is where it’s at.

Pregame party: Come down to the ballpark early to enjoy pregame activities and performances by local artists on the RTA Summer Stage and at The Corner.

Alumni autographs: Carlos Baerga will be on hand for fan autographs in Heritage Park from 6PM-6:30PM.

50/50 Raffle: The 50/50 Raffle will be available for all home games of the 2015 season. The raffle will support Cleveland Indians Charities in its mission to provide softball and baseball programs to the underprivileged youth of Cleveland.

Uber postgame couponing: Upon exiting the gates, fans will receive a special offer from Uber Cleveland.

 

Saturday, August 29 vs. Angels @ 7:10PM

ALL GATES: OPEN at 5PM

Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/WMMS/IRN

Yan Gomes replica jersey, courtesy of Sherwin Williams: Upon entering the gates, 10,000 fans will receive a Yan Gomes replica jersey courtesy of Sherwin Williams.

Postgame Fireworks, presented by Brilliant Electric Sign Co.: Hang out after the game to enjoy postgame fireworks set to Frat House Toga Stomp. Toga! Toga! Grab your roommates, some sheets and ease your way back in to school.

Pregame party: Come down to the ballpark early to enjoy pregame activities and performances by local artists on the RTA Summer Stage and at The Corner.

Alumni autographs: Carlos Baerga will be on hand for fan autographs in Heritage Park from 6PM-6:30PM.

Ballpark app: Download MLB.com’s Ballpark app presented by KeyBank and stay up to date on all things Tribe. Ballpark features mobile check-in offers from KeyBank, Majestic, New Era and other partners, an interactive concourse map, exclusive team videos and more. Fans can also easily manage their tickets digitally through the app, and gain access to the Indians mobile-only entrance at the Right Field Gate.

 

Sunday, August 30 vs. Angels @ 1:10PM

*ALL GATES: OPEN at 11AM

Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/ WMMS/IRN

KeyBank Kids Fun Day: Back for another season, KeyBank Kids Fun Day will take place every Sunday of 2015. Families can enjoy kid-friendly activities in the newly renovated Kids Clubhouse including performances from Manny The Magician, Great Lakes Science Center, Jungle Terry face painters, caricature artists and a pregame interview with a current Indians player.

Kids Run the Bases Presented by Cleveland Clinic Children’s: Young Tribe fans will have the opportunity to run the bases like their favorite players after the game! All kids (12 & under) can stay immediately after the game to take part, and 100 participants will receive an item from Cleveland Clinic Children’s when they’re finished.

Indians Youth Baseball parade: Children who participated in the Indians Youth Baseball Camps this summer will participate in a parade pre-game.

Nestle Outshine Sampling: Outshine fruit bars (5,000) will be provided to fans as an exit giveaway.

Purell post-game sampling: Fans are able to take free samples of Purell hand sanitizer after the game. Samples will be available at all gates.

PHOTO GALLERY: Cleveland Indians walk off on Michael Brantley’s 16th-inning single

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After five hours, Michael Brantley delivered a walkoff single in the 16th inning to beat the Yankees on Tuesday, 5-4.

WATCH:

–Photos by Dan Mendlik and Sarah Sachs

PHOTO GALLERY: Kluber, Johnson, Almonte lift Cleveland Indians to series win

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–Photos by Dan Mendlik and Sarah Sachs

PHOTOS: Trevor Bauer, David Murphy pace Cleveland Indians second straight W over Houston Astros

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Trevor Bauer pitched eight strong innings, striking out nine, and David Murphy delivered a two-run double in the eighth in Cleveland’s 4-2 win over Houston on Wednesday.

The Indians have won seven of their last 10 games, against three would-be playoff teams. (The Rays led the AL East when the Indians swept them last week.)

Bauer allowed a two-run homer in the first inning to Evan Gattis but nothing more, and Cody Allen shut the door in the ninth. Allen has recorded 17 consecutive scoreless outings (17.2 IP), during which he’s struck out 31 batters.

Jason Kipnis led off the game with a triple and scored on a Francisco Lindor groundout, while Michael Brantley singled leading off the fourth and scored on Murphy’s RBI double. In the eighth, Lindor doubled with one out, Brantley walked and Murphy came through again.

Indians bounce back, ‘pen stellar as Tribe beats Chicago Cubs on Thursday

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A night after being beaten 17-0, the Tribe bounced back with some clutch hitting and some rain-induced, stellar work out of the bullpen in a 4-3 win.

The bullpen pitched 4.1 scoreless, including a rare fifth- and sixth-inning appearance from Cody Allen.

It all worked though — the Tribe took two of three from the Cubs in this rain-shortened, two-city series.

Cleveland Indians fan catches two Yan Gomes home run balls in one game; Gomes signs them

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Big Tribe fan Jacob McMichael had great seats for the Tribe’s narrow Tuesday loss to the Mariners: first row in the Bleachers.

If only he knew.

Yan Gomes hit a homer to the Bleachers in the second to make it 1-1.

Jacob snagged it.

After the Mariners carried a 3-1 lead into the ninth, the Tribe mounted a rally – which began with Gomes’ second homer of the night:

You can guess where this is going: Jacob caught this one, too.

The next day, Jacob tweeted this info to us:

Pretty cool thing, so heck yeah we helped! Front offce staffer Brent Overholt met Jacob in Streetsboro on Thursday morning. Brent delivered the baseballs to the Tribe’s PR crew, and Gomes was happy to sign both – and took a picture, too.

We’ll get the autographed baseballs back to Jacob soon!

Congrats, Jacob: Thanks for being a passionate Tribe fan, and congrats on your upcoming wedding!

–TribeVibe contributor Joel Hammond

Cleveland Indians players, coaches shave heads to support Mike Aviles, daughter Adriana

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Cleveland Indians players and coaches including Jason Kipnis, Yan Gomes and Mickey Callaway have saved their heads to support Mike Aviles and his family; Aviles’ 4-year-old daughter, Adriana, was diagnosed recently with leukemia.

From Wednesday’s broadcast:

From Indians.com:

It began with only a handful of players during the Indians’ last road trip. Slowly, more and more members of Cleveland’s team and staff began joining the cause, shaving their heads as a collective show of support for Mike Aviles‘ young daughter.

Earlier this month, Aviles’ 4-year-old girl, Adriana, was diagnosed with leukemia and has a tough road ahead in battling the disease. Aviles said Adriana laughed at her dad when he buzzed his hair and said he looked funny. As more and more people have followed with closely cropped hair, Aviles has felt overwhelmed.

“It means a lot for me,” Aviles said on Wednesday morning. “It goes without saying, everybody in here has families, and they know how it is. It’s a tough time, but to know that my team, the coaching staff, everybody, is on my family’s side and my little girl’s side, it helps out a lot and makes me feel good.”

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

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–Photos by Dan Mendlik, Sarah Sachs

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