Sometimes, a pitcher has your number. Taijuan Walker has figured the Tribe out. There are many other teams he has not figured out yet, but so far he pwns the Tribe. Luckily, the Indians get to put it in the rearview mirror with an early game today.
Seattle 2, Cleveland 1
Cleveland Indians lose to Seattle Mariners 2-1 in pitching-dominated contest - Let's Go Tribe - Pitching was the order of the day, and one bobble in the outfield turned out to be the deciding factor.
Walker outduels Salazar; Mariners edge Indians | MLB.com - Given the way Mariners right-hander Taijuan Walker and Indians starter Danny Salazar were dealing on Wednesday, one misstep was likely going to be the difference. Salazar wound up on the wrong side of the equation and Seattle claimed a 2-1 victory at Progressive Field.
Taijuan Walker (once again) pitches Seattle Mariners past Cleveland Indians, 2-1 | cleveland.com - Taijuan Walker and Seattle's bullpen holds the Indians to one run and four hits as Danny Salazar suffers a hard-luck loss.
Other Indians News
Cleveland Indians' Francisco Lindor heads initiatives to help baseball-playing kids | cleveland.com - The Indians, in collaboration with MLB and RBI (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities) Program, announced Wednesday that Lindor will work with underprivileged youth in Cleveland and in select cities that the Indians travel to during the season.
Cleveland Indians' Terry Francona 'trusts' that Lonnie Chisenhall is ready | cleveland.com - "He didn't get a lot of hits," said manager Terry Francona. "He said the last couple of days he felt like he had his bat speed back and really felt good. He said he was ready."
Indians' Danny Salazar aims to learn from duel | indians.com - "It makes you feel bad," Salazar said. "But at the same time, you know you're in the game and you need to keep battling out there."
VIDEO: Mike Polk Jr. and Tom Hamilton Try Out New Indians Catch Phrases | Scene and Heard: Scene's News Blog | Cleveland Scene - Cleveland comedian Mike Polk Jr. visited Indians play-by-play legend Tom Hamilton in the booth recently to run a few new catch phrases by him.
Questions surround kosher hot dog stand at Progressive Field | Local News | clevelandjewishnews.com - The kosher hot dog stand at Progressive Field, a once-groundbreaking effort to serve the dietary needs of shomer kashrut baseball fans, temporarily closed last weekend - or at least is temporarily not under rabbinic supervision.
Around the League
- Jerry Sands got pranked
- Talking about the knuckleball
- ESPN fires Curt Schilling
- Ken Rosenthal examines baseball's drug program