Cleveland 8 - Minnesota 1
Everyone has been throwing left-handed pitching against the Indians, generally with good results. The Twins tried calling up Nik Turley, whose main qualification is that he is a southpaw, to start last night’s game. The Tribe killed one rally themselves with small ball by having Lonnie Chisenhall attempt to bunt (and fail) to move the runners for the Ghost of Austin Jackson, who promptly grounded into a double play. Afterwards. the Indians stopped playing small ball and began to pound the unknown lefty like the replacement-level player he is.
Minnesota will sacrifice two more left-handed pitchers to the baseball gods today. Stay tuned to see how the baseball gods accept their sacrifices.
Carlos Carrasco honors teammate Jose Ramirez with hilarious creation | FOX Sports
Carlos Carrasco made the most of arts and crafts time in the Indians' dugout
Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona explains pitching strategy for Minnesota series | cleveland.com
Plutko hasn’t pitched well at Columbus, but Francona wanted a starter in case they needed a inning to save his relievers. The Indians also reportedly have right-hander Shawn Armstrong hiding out in Minneapolis in case they need a bullpen arm.
Indians aim to close in on first-place Twins | MLB.com
In a bruising 8-1 victory over Minnesota, the Indians showed why the players in their clubhouse believe it's only a matter of time before Cleveland pulls away from the American League Central pack.
New Cape Cod Baseball League Hall of Fame class announced
Former Red Sox and Indians pitcher Justin Masterson (Wareham); one-time Cleveland hurler Jeremy Sowers (Wareham); journeyman infielder Joey Cora (Chatham), who played on four major league teams; and one-time Milwaukee catcher Tim McIntosh will headline the latest group of honorees.
Former Indians owner's art collection to be auctioned
The remaining corporate art collection of the Richard E. Jacobs Group, Westlake, Ohio will go under the gavel June 28.
A Father's Day Story For The Ages | WGRZ.com
It is Father's Day this weekend and for the first time ever, a Lackawanna man will mark that day with the knowledge of who his father actually was - a member of the 1948 World Championship Cleveland Indians..