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Indians news and notes: Corey Kluber pitches Indians back to .500

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Morning News & Notes, May 5, 2016

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If Klub0t shows up every 5 days and the Indians score runs for him, as happened last night, the team might be able to put .500 well back into the rear view mirror.  Next up, Trevor Bauer.

Cleveland 4 - Detroit 0

Corey Kluber magnificent as the Cleveland Indians beat Detroit Tigers 4-0 - Let's Go Tribe - Kluber threw his second career shutout, allowing five hits and two walks.

Corey Kluber battles out of jams in shutout | - This time around, Kluber flaunted his fortitude, escaping a pair of dicey situations and ended the evening with 16 outs via ground balls.

Cleveland Indians beat Detroit Tigers, 4-0, on Corey Kluber's five-hit shutout | - Corey Kluber blanked the Tigers on a five-hitter and the offense did all its scoring in one inning Wednesday night in the Indians' 4-0 victory at Progressive Field.

Other Indians News

Indians acquire Chris Gimenez from Rangers | - The Indians made a move to help strengthen their catching situation on Wednesday, acquiring Chris Gimenez from the Rangers in exchange for cash considerations.

Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona on why he likes the four-run save | - "Think about it for a minute. You have to get Cody up throwing and hot because the save situation comes if the tying run is on base, at the plate or on deck. So he's got to get hot. So if he's got to get hot, we should pitch him."

Ohio Supreme Court says Indians fan hit by fly ball can sue | - The Ohio Supreme Court rejects the Cleveland Indians' argument that spectators assume the risk of being hit by baseballs at games.

Cleveland Indians fan captures perfect selfie at Progressive Field - What do you do when you see yourself on the video board at a ballpark? Take a selfie to capture the moment, of course.

The Courier " Miracle on North Main Street - The Cleveland Indians have already signed on, meaning Miracle Field will get to use the Indians’ logo at its baseball park.

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