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Indians news (Tuesday): Tribe back above .500... Plus, Tony Gwynn remembered

Tony Gwynn is remembered and the Indians are back over .500...

Chris McGrath

Tony Gwynn Remembered

Tony Gwynn was the most revered athlete in San Diego history. | : Jorge Arangure Jr. Article - Tony Gwynn's death at 54 is a crushing blow to the game of baseball and the city of San Diego, which he represented so well for so long. Despite being born in Los Angeles, Gwynn grew to be San Diego's greatest and most beloved sports icon.

Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn - 1960-2014 - - Tony Gwynn remembered.

Gwynn's career provides lasting legacy - NBC Sports | NBC Sports - Joe Posnanski on Tony Gwynn

Tony Gwynn was a baseball scientist - Join Bois, SB Nation


Trevor Bauer helped a burnt-out bullpen by submitting 6 2/3 gutsy innings to guide the Indians to a 4-3 victory against the Angels.

Indians 4, Angels 3: Quality start by Trevor Bauer leads Tribe above .500 - LGT recap

Bauer, Carrasco save the bullpen, lift Indians to 4-3 victory - recap

Los Angeles Angels at Cleveland Indians - June 16, 2014 - recap

Tribe Related

Brantley passes tests after hitting head on slide | News - Indians outfielder Michael Brantley was removed from Monday night's game against the Angels as a precaution after injuring his head/neck area trying to break up a double play.

Indians expand metal detectors to Gate C - These new metal detectors at Gate C come one month after they were initially installed at Gate D.

Nevada's Blueberg, Dunatov Sign Pro Contracts - A pair of Wolf Pack baseball players signed professional contracts on Monday, forgoing their senior seasons. Dunatov is a 12th-round pick of the Tribe.

Around the Horn

Why is Mike Trout Still Getting Pitched Down and In? | FanGraphs Baseball - Some advice for Tribe pitching this series.

Pay attention to these College World Series stars. | : Eric Longenhagen Article - The 2014 CWSfeatures some terrific MLB prospects, but also some young men who have one last shot at glory before they begin non-baseball careers. Here is a hitter and pitcher from each team still in participation that deserve your attention.

Matt Wieters needs Tommy John surgery | HardballTalk - Reports last week suggested that the Orioles were expecting the worst with Matt Wieters' elbow injury and sure enough the team just announced that the catcher will undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery.