Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone. Michael Brantley is celebrating by playing in a Minor League game. What are you doing?
Los Angeles (AL) 6 - Cleveland 3
Angels Gregorio Petit homers twice vs Indians | MLB.com - Gregorio Petit launched a pair of home runs Wednesday afternoon, helping power the Angels to a 6-3 Cactus League victory over the Indians at Goodyear Ballpark.
Indians Michael Brantley in Minor League start | indians.com - Michael Brantley has yet to change his answer this spring. When his comeback from shoulder surgery comes up, the Indians outfielder has been consistent and insistent that he is targeting Opening Day for his return.
Indians LF Michael Brantley to appear in minor league game Thursday - Cleveland Indians - Ohio - Per manager Terry Francona, Brantley will play 4-5 innings in a minor league game on Thursday.
Indians send Giovanni Soto to Triple-A | MLB.com - The Indians reduced their bullpen competition by one on Wednesday, optioning left-hander Giovanni Soto back to Triple-A Columbus.
Francisco Lindor: Stop Bunting | FanGraphs Baseball -Francisco Lindor, in the midst of one of the greatest offensive seasons by a rookie shortstop in history, led all of baseball in sacrifice bunts, with 13, despite playing in fewer than 100 games.
The Teams With the Most Dead Money in MLB | FanGraphs Baseball -- The Indians might have the largest percentage of their payroll devoted to dead money, but they do not have the largest amount in total.
Cleveland Indians' Lonnie Chisenhall willing to trade bad spring for good regular season | cleveland.com - Lonnie Chisenhall was scratched from the Indians' lineup Wednesday because of a sore right forearm. He aggravated the forearm because he's been trying to hit his way out of a Cactus League slump.
On Jason Kipnis and 8 things we learned about the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday | cleveland.com - Manager Terry Francona is still wrestling with the top of his lineup, but no matter what he does, Jason Kipnis is going to fill one of the top three spots come opening day on April 4.