What a difference a week makes. Last Saturday, the Indians had just been bombed by the Yankees 13 to 7, the Tigers were 2.0 games back and the sky was falling. Today, the Indians have just put up 27 runs in their last two games, the Tigers have lost 5 straight to fall 5.0 games behind and everything seems right with the world. Oh, and in case you are keeping track of these things, the Tribe outscored the Browns 13 to 11 last night.
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Cleveland Indians run past LA Angels 13-3 - Let's Go Tribe - The Indians tied a franchise record with eight stolen bases.
Indians steal 8 bases in win over Angels | MLB.com - It is often said that a team runs away with a win. On Friday night, the Indians did so in a literal sense, equaling a franchise record with eight stolen bases to help claim a 13-3 victory over the Angels at Progressive Field.
Grand theft: Cleveland Indians steal eight bases on way to 13-3 win over Anaheim Angels | cleveland.com - The Indians, led by Rajai Davis and Jose Ramirez, tied a club record with eight steals in a 13-3 victory over the Angels at Progressive Field.
Other Indians-related News
Cleveland Indians' Carlos Santana improving; asks Francisco Lindor to autograph bean ball | cleveland.com - "I'm glad I got the ball back," he said. "I'm going to have Lindor sign it and put it in my house."
Cleveland Indians' Carlos Carrasco keeps word to some special patients with win over Angels | cleveland.com - Several hours earlier Carrasco and his wife, Karelis, visited Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital. The children he visited asked him to have a "special game' Friday night because they'd be watching on TV.
Budweiser Clydesdales to parade into Progressive Field | fox8.com - These world-famous horses will be at the corner of Huron Road and East 4th Street from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. today. The eight-horse hitch and red wagon will parade down Huron and into Progressive Field.
A "humbled" Jim Thome joins Phillies Wall of Fame | PhillyVoice - Thome, who brought an exciting brand of baseball to Philadelphia for the first time in a decade when he arrived in the winter of 2002-03, became the 38th member of the Phillies Wall of Fame on Friday night.
Streaks of DiMaggio: Minor Leaguer Mejia Hits in 49 Straight - The New York Times - Francisco Mejia stepped out of the clubhouse and into the dugout with little fanfare. He did his usual turns in the batting cage, and the 5-foot-10, 175-pound catcher looked like just another 20-year-old in the minors.