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Indians news & notes: Yan Gomes hit by pitch, activation may be delayed

Morning news & notes for Thursday, September 15, 2016

Peter G. Aiken-USA TODAY Sports

The snakebitten season of Yan Gomes continues, as he was hit by a pitch on his right (throwing) wrist yesterday during his rehab assignment. Meanwhile, the Indians have reduced the magic number to 12 with a win over the ChiSox as the Little Cowboy rides to the rescue.

Cleveland 6 - Chicago (AL) 1

Cleveland Indians find a way to win without bunting - Let's Go Tribe - Somehow they manage.

Indians lower magic number to 12 | - Josh Tomlin's first start since Aug. 30 ended up being an important one for the American League Central-leading Indians.

Josh Tomlin ends slump, Coco Crisp homers as Cleveland Indians beat White Sox, 6-1 | - Josh Tomlin did what Carlos Carrasco and Trevor Bauer could not. He silenced the Chicago White Sox offense.

Other Indians News

Yan Gomes hit in right hand by pitch; return to Cleveland Indians possibly delayed | - Gomes was hit in the right wrist by a pitch in the fifth inning Wednesday night while finishing his rehab assignment with the Class AA Akron RubberDucks in the Eastern League Championship Series against Trenton.

Indians schedule for 2017 announced | - On Wednesday, Major League Baseball revealed the 2017 regular-season slate, which includes the Indians heading to Texas for an April 3 season opener against the Rangers.

Coco Crisp hits first home run with Indians | - Coco Crisp has been an everyday player or a mostly-everyday player for the majority of his Major League career, but the 36-year-old is content to fill a limited role now with a Indians team likely headed for the postseason.

Toolshed: Cleveland Indians prospect Triston McKenzie reflects on solid season | News | The Official Site of Minor League Baseball - For the first 14 starts of the season, the Indians' No. 6 prospect showed his talents, but in his 15th and final outing especially, he also showed there's plenty of room to improve.

Why the Cleveland Indians should not extend Mike Napoli - Time to look at where Napoli lies on the aging curve and the answer is the precipice.

Cody Allen on His Weird Year (2016 Version) | FanGraphs Baseball - Fangraphs asks Allen about his season.


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