The Indians set the franchise record for consecutive wins yesterday with their 14th straight win. It came at a cost, however, as the Indians were forced to use today's starting pitcher, Trevor Bauer, to go the last 5 innings. Who will start today's game? Stay tuned. Lost in the epic baseball was yesterday's signing of their last holdout top ten draft pick, Nolan Jones.
Cleveland 2 - Toronto 1 (19 innings)
Indians set franchise record for consecutive wins in epic fashion, outlasting Toronto 2-1 in 19 Innings - Let's Go Tribe - Shouldn't the Indians have a 15-game win streak now?
Indians beat Blue Jays for 14th straight win | MLB.com - The Indians' 14-game winning streak is alive and well. All it took was 19 innings and more than six hours to get there.
Cleveland Indians work OT to extend winning streak to 14 games with 19-inning win over Toronto | cleveland.com - The Indians ruined Canada Day for the Blue Jays on Friday as they set a franchise record by winning their 14th straight game with a 2-1 victory in 19 innings at Rogers Centre.
11 facts about Blue Jays-Indians marathon | MLB.com - Here's a look at some facts and figures from Cleveland's wild day at Rogers Centre.
Trevor Bauer life of party as Cleveland Indians beat Toronto, 2-1, in 19 innings | cleveland.com - "Party at Napoli's tonight?" asked Bauer.
Other Indians News
Trevor Bauer relieves, Indians rework rotation | MLB.com - The Indians look to have three choices: Pitch Corey Kluber (Sunday's probable starter) on short rest, promote a pitcher from the Minor Leagues, or try to utilize the bullpen for one game.
Indians sign second-round pick Nolan Jones | MLB.com - On Friday, Cleveland officially signed high school infielder Nolan Jones, who was selected by the Indians in the second round (No. 55 overall) in last month's MLB Draft. MLB.com's Jonathan Mayo confirmed that Jones signed for a signing bonus of $2.25 million.
Tanner Tully changes leagues, makes pro debut - Elkhart Truth - Just one day after speaking with The Elkhart Truth on Monday about settling into the Arizona League, and wondering when his pro debut might come, Tully was making it Tuesday in a different league in a different part of the country as a member of the Mahoning Valley Scrappers.