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Indians news (Thursday): Wednesday rainout not yet rescheduled

Colorado didn't get a hit off Clayton Kershaw and Bartolo Colon got his first hit since 2005.

Jason Miller


Los Angeles Angels-Cleveland Indians postponed due to weather | News - Heavy rain showers forced the Indians and Angels to postpone their scheduled tilt on Wednesday night at Progressive Field. No makeup date has been announced. Justin Masterson will start the series finale on Thursday.

Tribe Related

Rally Chicken reappears at Progressive Field: Cleveland Indians chatter | - Reliever Scott Atchison lost a bet with rookie Kyle Crockett and had to come home to roost in the Indians' outfield.

Athlete of the Week: Cleveland Indians' Bobby Ison - WCIV-TV | ABC News 4 - Charleston News - When Bobby Ison graduated from Stratford High, he chose to stay close to home, to play baseball at Charleston Southern. A big part of that decision was to be close to his then-15-year-old brother Jared.

Past adversity pushes Indians draft pick | FOX Sports on MSN - Indians draft pick Jordan Carter says working through his team's rough season early in his college career will give him a heads up as he begins his professional journey.

Chisenhall, Brantley, and Regression Games | FanGraphs Baseball - Fangraphs takes on Lonnie Baseball and Dr. Smooth.

Around the Horn

Clayton Kershaw Throws No Hitter - And fans 15 in the process.

June 18, 2014, will always be remembered as the day Bartolo Colon hit a double | - First hit for Colon since 2005. He was not hitting against Clayton Kershaw.

Finding the all-time best pitcher against every team. | : Matthew Kory Article - Every team has at least one pitcher they've just never been able to solve, and in some cases, many pitchers. We've listed them all here, and while there's the usual collection of legends -- Koufax, Clemens, Rivera -- you might be surprised at some of the names we've dug up.

'Dynamic Pricing' May Be To Blame For Empty Seats At Kauffman Stadium | KCUR - The Indians aren't the only team using dynamic pricing.

Angels' use of Raul Ibanez over C.J. Cron at DH draws criticism - Los Angeles Times - The Angels have their own problem with an underperforming veteran taking up a roster spot.