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Nine runs not enough as bullpen squanders another lead

Morning News and Notes, Saturday, May 12, 2018

MLB: Kansas City Royals at Cleveland Indians David Dermer-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland 9 - Kansas City 10

Recaps: LGT |

Et tu, Andrew?

Indians News

Andrew Miller activated from disabled list - In Miller's 11 appearances prior to the setback, he did not allow a run in 10 innings, during which he struck out 17 and walked four.

Michael Brantley hits 2nd grand slam of season - Indians left fielder Michael Brantley hit his second grand slam of the season to cap a six-run fourth inning against the Royals, but a late two-run homer by Salvador Perez off Andrew Miller, who had just come off the disabled list prior to the game, became the deciding factor in the Tribe's 10-9 loss at Progressive Field.

Yan Gomes helps to restore Cleveland's fields - Gomes and his wife, Jenna, were on-site to help with the renovations, and they also made financial donations to support the project. Gomes also caught the first pitch prior to a youth game to break in the new field.

Jason Kipnis drops to sixth and 4 other things we learned Friday about the Cleveland Indians | - "We want to get him going," Francona said. "What's the best way? Sometimes it's to maybe drop you down a little bit and let him just focus on hitting -- not so much moving runners and things like that."

The Cleveland Indians can’t get out of their own way - - Saturday morning’s Say Hey, Baseball includes another ugly loss for Cleveland, Matt Harvey’s Reds debut, and Andrew McCutchen’s return to Pittsburgh

Indians pitcher Mike Clevinger was warned for his colorful cleats - Indians pitcher Mike Clevinger sported some custom cleats that didn't earn MLB's approval.

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