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A rough weekend for the Indians’ offense

Morning news and notes for Monday, June 26, 2017

MLB: Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Indians Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Here’s to a great week!

Twins 4, Indians 0

LGT Recap | Box Score

Yuck. A lousy game that finished up a lousy series. Josh Tomlin gave up four runs over 5 23 innings and the Tribe’s offense struggled again. With the loss, the Indians are now 39-35 on the season.

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Lineup goes quiet, big hits elusive versus Twins |

The good guys were 1-23 with RISP over the series. Double yuck.

After another weekend slumber, when will Indians wake up and hit their stride |

Time for another wake-up call. From Zack Meisel:

Maybe this time, the Indians will answer it. Maybe the club will hold more meetings, more sessions to air frustration. The regular season is nearly half over, after all, and the Indians keep pressing the snooze button.

A 14-game winning streak vaulted the Indians into more prominent conversations last summer. Those franchise-record stretches don't grow on trees, though.

"This isn't last year," Tribe manager Terry Francona said Sunday. "Last year has nothing to do with this year."

The Indians suggested they understood that fact during spring training, when they discussed their desire to move past their World Series run (and ultimate disappointment). Francona mentioned how he didn't want the Summer 2017 talk to center on the Autumn 2016 accomplishments.

9 tales from a roundtable featuring Mike Hargrove, Carlos Baerga, and Sandy Alomar |

The guys gathered in the club lounge at Progressive Field and reminisced about more than just all the wins.

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