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News and Notes: Tribe loses big in Boston

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It was a not a good day for Cleveland sports teams yesterday.

This was also my reaction to the grand slam.
This was also my reaction to the grand slam.
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Yesterday's Game: Red Sox 9, Indians 1

Cleveland Indians do everything poorly in loss to Red Sox - Let's Go Tribe

Cleveland Indians ruin Joe Kelly's no-hitter, but Boston Red Sox prevail, 9-1 | cleveland.com

Joe Kelly flirts with no-hitter vs. Indians | indians.com

There were mistakes made on defense (particularly Juan Uribe going home instead of starting a double play in the 7th inning) but ultimately it was irrelevant because Indians managed just one run, and didn't get a hit until late in the game. Trevor Bauer really struggled after the first time through the Boston lineup, at one point giving up five straight hits.

Tribe News

Cleveland Indians' Juan Uribe ends no-hitter, but gets burned at hot corner against Boston | cleveland.com

Uribe's seventh inning started well; he broke up a potential no-hitter by lining a double into the right center gap off of Joe Kelly, but as mentioned, made the wrong decision with the bases loaded in the bottom of the inning. By only getting one out instead of (possibly) two, it set the stage for the Red Sox to break the game wide open. It ultimately wouldn't matter, though.

Indians' Cody Anderson to get spot start | indians.com

Our greatest fears are confirmed: Cody Anderson will be starting one game of Monday's doubleheader. Even though it hasn't been 10 days since he was optioned to Columbus, the 26th man rule allows the Indians to bring him back for one day.

Cleveland Indians have Terry Talkin' Josh Tomlin, Steve Dunning and Mike Clevinger -- Terry Pluto (photos) | cleveland.com

Josh Tomlin has not only pitched well, he also set a record for hits by a pitcher since the implementation of the Designated Hitter (Steve Dunning, 1972). Also, a profile on Mike Clevinger, who the Indians identified as someone who could be special if they made some mechanical tweaks.

MLB News

Mariners' Franklin Gutierrez launches homer | MLB.com

You won't be surprised that it came against the Cincinnati Reds.

A.J. Puk at No. 1 in latest MLB mock Draft | MLB.com

We're just over two weeks away from the MLB Draft, and Jim Callis is out with his latest first round mock. He's predicting the Indians will take high school RHP Forrest Whitley with pick #14. He also mentions that they could be interested in two high school position players: OF Alex Krilloff (from Pittsburgh, PA) and 3B Nolan Jones (from outside Philadelphia, PA).