Chicago (NL) 17 - Cleveland 0
Cleveland Indians embarrassed by the Chicago Cubs 17-0 - Let's Go Tribe - Yes, you read that right: the score was 17-0.
Indians blanked in lopsided loss to Cubs | indians.com - The Cubs launched four home runs and rookie Kyle Schwarber collected four hits in his first Major League start, backing a solid outing from lefty Tsuyoshi Wada in a 17-0 rout over the Indians on Wednesday night at Progressive Field.
Cleveland Indians fall early and hard in 17-0 loss to Chicago Cubs | cleveland.com - How bad were things Wednesday night at Progressive Field? So bad that outfielders Ryan Raburn and David Murphy pitched the ninth inning and combined to allow seven unearned runs in a 17-0 loss to the Cubs.
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Indians turn to 2 position players to pitch 9th | indians.com - As Wednesday's game against the Cubs began to unravel, Indians manager Terry Francona was forced to balance between navigating his way through the rest of the game and planning ahead.
Knuckleballs, grand slams and a lopsided score: Cleveland Indians outfielders Ryan Raburn, David Murphy take mound, endure rough results | cleveland.com - David Murphy tried the knuckleball. It didn't work. He floated the 69-mph offering toward Addison Russell, but the pitch crashed into the dirt in front of catcher Roberto Perez.
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After hitting his first bump in the road, Kyle Crockett is pitching well again for Columbus and hoping to get back to the Cleveland Indians - Daily Press - Improving form for Columbus has Kyle Crockett hoping for another stint with the Cleveland Indians
The Francisco Lindor Era Begins in Cleveland | FanGraphs Baseball - ICYMI yesterday. Grady Sizemore makes an appearance as an offensive comp.
Jack Hannahan released by Korea's LG Twins - Hannahan, who played 614 games in the MLB, has been unable to fully recover from injuries in his legs and back. He was forced to make a late debut, and then only appeared as a first baseman or designated hitter.
Around the Horn
KANSAS CITY, Mo.: Jury: Neither Royals, man hurt by flying hot dog at fault | National | The Sun Herald - Neither the Kansas City Royals nor a man who was struck in the eye with a foil-wrapped hot dog in 2009 were at fault, a western Missouri jury said Wednesday in a case seen as a challenge to the long-held "baseball rule."
The strangest All-Star selections of the Wild Card era. - There is an awkward storm brewing in the MLB All-Star fan voting: The AL leaders are Mike Trout and eight Royals, including light-hitting second baseman Omar Infante. Here's a look at some of the stranger All-Star inclusions since the start of the Wild Card era.
Ten signings that moved the needle the wrong way. - Ten guys who have moved the needle in the wrong direction, some of the costliest deals that have proved to be too costly.
Revisiting 'Moneyball' 12 years after its publication | FOX Sports - Rob Neyer looks at the "Moneyballl" phenomenon.
Playing the right way? | FOX Sports - The most overused, overwrought cliche in baseball? Play the game the right way. A former Major Leaguer speaks out on the topic.