Cleveland Indians first baseman Carlos Santana named American League Player of the Week | cleveland.com - ICYMI yesterday - Carlos Santana was named American League Player of the Week, a seven-day stretch during which he batted .556 (15-for-27) with a .636 on-base percentage, 1.333 slugging percentage, 1.970 OPS, 3 doubles, 6 home runs and 10 RBIs.
Carlos Santana Doesn’t Care For Balls In Play | FanGraphs Baseball - Carlos Santana, Master of the Three True Outcomes.
As Trade Deadline nears, Indians exploring options | indians.com: News - The Indians are caught in the middle of the American League's crowded Wild Card pack as Thursday's non-waiver Trade Deadline at 4 p.m. ET approaches. For the second straight season, Cleveland does not appear to be either a buyer or seller in the strict sense of either descriptor.
Assessing the Cleveland Indians' trade deadline decisions | cleveland.com - The Indians (52-53) have kept a tight lip on their plans. Will they be buyers, and add a veteran or two to the mix? Will they be sellers, and pluck a few prospects from the farm systems of the true contenders? Will they be both?
Indians trade rumors: Cleveland 'very willing' to move Justin Masterson - MLB Daily Dish - The impending free agent could be an interesting buy-low candidate for a number of contending clubs.
Five questions with Cleveland Indians right-hander Corey Kluber | cleveland.com - Klubot speaks.
Indians to honor Hamilton, Thome - The Indians will honor broadcaster Tom Hamilton and former slugger Jim Thome this coming weekend.
WDEL 1150AM - Former Phillie hopes Lancaster is gateway back to MLB - LGFT Ben Francisco feels he can still play in the major leagues, attempting comeback with Lancaster Barnstormers.
Help Still Wanted? | The Rotation - KC, Indians may still be dealing.
Royals Acquire Liam Hendriks, Erik Kratz – MLB Trade Rumors - Royals trade Danny Valencia to Blue Jays for two minor leaguers.
Will we ever see a 300-game winner and iconic manager again? | SportsonEarth.com : Jerry Beach Article - Reflecting on Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine's inductions into the Hall of Fame this weekend alongside managers Bobby Cox, Tony La Russa and Joe Torre, it seems that longevity for both pitchers and managers may be a thing of the past.