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Cleveland Indians’ hot streak is selling tickets

Morning News and Notes, Thursday, July 27

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim v Cleveland Indians Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images

Cleveland 10 - Los Angeles of Anaheim 4

Recaps: LGT | |

The Indians broke up a close game in the eighth inning, scoring 7 runs. Bradley Zimmer had his second straight big game, blasting a lead-off home run and an RBI double that brought in the go-ahead run.

Other Indians News

Cleveland Indians option Abraham Almonte to Triple-A, recall reliever Shawn Armstrong | - The Indians weren't going to limit their bullpen to six members for too much longer.

Indians are finally getting hot, sparking another sales boost - Crain's Cleveland Business - The Tribe has already sold 1.8 million tickets for 2017, which is 400,000 ahead of their pace from this point last season. The club also surpassed its total 2016 ticket sales on June 21 — five weeks ago.

Paint it black: Cleveland Indians' Mike Clevinger will spray paint outlaw glove | - Mike Clevinger, until he gets a new glove from his Wilson representative, says he's going to spray paint his outlawed glove black and keep using it.

Indians' Bryan Shaw gets job done in big spot | - Shaw's outing proved big in the long run for Cleveland, as the offense broke out to score eight runs over the seventh and eighth innings to defeat the Angels, 10-4.

Cleveland Indians don't get Eduardo Nunez, so what's their next move as trade deadline looms? | - The Giants received Class A right-handers Shaun Anderson and Gregory Santos from Boston. The Indians offer was said to be on the same level as the Red Sox.

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