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Josh Tomlin gem wasted, as Indians get shut out

Morning news and notes for Saturday, May 13, 2017.

Minnesota Twins v Cleveland Indians Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images

Cleveland 0, Minnesota 1

Recaps: LGT | |

On July 27, 2011, Ervin Santana, then pitching for the Angels, pitched a no-hitter against the Indians. This game felt worse.

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Indians' Josh Tomlin pitching well of late |
“The four-seamer did not find the intended target. Instead, the pitch tailed back over the heart of the plate, found the barrel of Miguel Sano's bat and rocketed over the right-field wall. Tomlin is no stranger to solo home runs, but this one stung more as Friday's 1-0 loss to the Twins wore on.”

Corey Kluber resumes throwing, return unknown |
Prior to Friday's game against the Twins, Indians manager Terry Francona noted that Kluber -- who's on the 10-day disabled list with a lower-back injury -- has resumed moderate running and playing catch on flat ground. Francona added that Cleveland will have a better sense of Kluber's timetable for return once he is cleared to throw off the mound again.

Minnesota's Ervin Santana told Edwin Encarnacion that he's 'trying to do too much' at the plate |
Minnesota pitcher Ervin Santana gave Cleveland's Edwin Encarnacion some free advice after retiring him in a big spot Friday.

Chris Gimenez gets 2017 ALCS ring from Indians |
The lesser extent gets a ring

Tomorrow is Mother’s Day

Cleveland Indians: Cancer survivor Julie Everett to be Indians honorary bat girl on Mother’s Day
“What an amazing thrill,” she said. “I’ve been quite the Tribe fan my whole life. I remember 1995 and 1997 trying to explain to my kids why I was sobbing in the car after losing (World Series games) in Game 7. I haven’t missed an opening day game in 25 years. So to be honored in this way and to represent all the breast cancer survivors who have battled this disease — women or men — is a tremendous honor.”

Cleveland Indians catcher Roberto Perez ready to thank his mom with grand gesture: Mother's Day 2017 |
She’s getting a house.

Yan Gomes' mom helped him from Brazil to MLB |
Gomes' mother, Claudia, was there every step along the way. “She literally did everything,“ Gomes said. “Our way of doing it in Brazil is kind of like travel teams now. We would go all over the country and play. I was like 10 years old and somebody had to come with me. She would go everywhere, and she actually became our team scorekeeper. She just learned it on the go.”

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