Seattle 9 - Cleveland 3
Recap: Mariners blow out Indians 9-3; Trevor Bauer allows six runs, including a grand slam - Let's Go Tribe - Two two-out walks led to a Kyle Seager grand slam. It was downhill from there.
Trevor Bauer, Cleveland Indians slammed, 9-3, by Seattle Mariners | cleveland.com - When the Indians and Mariners met in late May at Safeco Field, they kept Kyle Seager in the park. They did not do that Wednesday night.
Bauer, Indians can't contain Mariners | indians.com - The Mariners took advantage of Trevor Bauer's wild pitching, walking five times and scoring more than three runs for the first time since May 26 in a 9-3 victory at Progressive Field on Wednesday night.
Feeling a bit drafty in here...
Indians trust medical staff with Draft picks | indians.com - Cleveland firmly believes that its training and medical staff gives the team an edge, and the organization put that on display in this week's Draft.
Cleveland Indians deal in bloodlines, switch-pitcher on last day of 2015 MLB draft | cleveland.com - The Indians drafted the sons of former big leaguers Tony Graffanino, Don Wakamatsu and Chris Tremie on Wednesday. They also selected ambidextrous pitcher Ryan Perez out of Judson University in Illinois.
2015 MLB Draft Tracker | MLB.com | Team: Indians - Full list of Indians draft picks
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Cleveland Indians notes: Zach Walters to fill utility role - Zach Walters on June 10 got his first start with the Indians since being recalled from Triple-A Columbus on June 9.
Cleveland Indians relievers grateful for Apple's involvement in Brandon Moss ransom note situation | cleveland.com - "If they get something I hope I get something," Moss joked. "I hit the dang ball."
Double play! Cleveland Indians fan snags two Yan Gomes home run balls in one game | FOX Sports - Gomes went yard twice to the left field bleachers ... and Tribe fan Jacob McMichael pulled off the feat of coming down with both home run balls.
Around the Horn
Which disappointing AL team will make the playoffs? - SweetSpot - ESPN - The M's, Red Sox, Orioles and Indians are all under .500 more than a third of the way through the season. Which team has the best chance to recover?
After Spending Millions in Off-Season, Marlins Attendance Still at Bottom of Marlins League | Miami New Times - So what did all that money get them? So far, 24-36 season that puts the teams at fourth in the NL East and a still incredibly apathetic fanbase.
J.D. Martinez on His Many Adjustments | FanGraphs Baseball - “I used to always think, ‘Hit down on the baseball.’ But then I realized that’s not what everyone else is doing."
Minor MLB pickups who have made major impacts. | SportsonEarth.com : Anthony Castrovince Article - Comeback Player of the Year status doesn't buy you much cachet on the open market, as pitcher Chris Young learned over the winter.
'No shenanigans,' but Royals fans are overlooking a few good All-Stars | FOX Sports - Keep it up, KC. Just never complain about big-market influence again!
David Ortiz fumes over being excluded from BoSox starting lineup | FOX Sports - Maybe he should try hitting better instead.
Padres demote Jedd Gyorko and his $35 million contract to Triple-A | HardballTalk - Sometimes those early lockup contracts blow up in your face.
Angels draft the brother of Mike Trout’s girlfriend | HardballTalk - Sometimes, it's all about who you know.