Cleveland 9 - Chicago (AL) 1
The Indians take their five-game winning streak to Minnesota, where prospect Shane Bieber will try to extend the streak to six in his Major League debut.
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Shane Bieber soaks it all in before MLB debut - To help give Indians pitching prospect Shane Bieber a taste of the Major Leagues, the right-hander was in Cleveland's clubhouse on Wednesday to watch the series finale against the White Sox at Progressive Field.
Shane Bieber drops in and 4 other things we learned about the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday | cleveland.com - "MLB has something called a taxi squad so you can have a day (to add a player)," said manager Terry Francona. "He can just take it (all) in. He can talk to the guys. He can listen. He'll fly with us and then he'll pitch Thursday night and he knows he'll go back to (Class AAA) Columbus."
What to expect from Shane Bieber with Indians - Bieber's ability to flood the strike zone with four quality pitches is his greatest strength.
Indians 9, White Sox 1: 10 Walk-Off Thoughts on Corey Kluber cruising and the offense hitting its stride - The Indians all of sudden seem to be firing on all cylinders, but the rebuilding Chicago White Sox being in town might have a lot to do with that.
Sports fans slam city for deplorable conditions outside stadiums - News 5 Cleveland - There are people coming from all over the world that are going to be here," said sports fan Tammy Colson. "It's trashy, it's overgrown and it smells. I'm not sure which of those three things is worse."
Tribe says Andrew Miller has knee inflammation - Indians relief ace Andrew Miller was confirmed to have inflammation in his right knee, the team announced after its 9-1 win against the White Sox on Wednesday.
2018 MLB All-Star Game voting to begin - The 2018 Camping World MLB All-Star Ballot launches on Friday, empowering fans all over the world to vote their favorite stars into the Midsummer Classic.
MLB -- Real or not? Jose Ramirez keeps pushing his ceiling higher - Scouting report on Jose Ramirez from the 2013 Baseball America Prospect Handbook after he had hit .354 in 70 games at Class A: "Ramirez lacks a high ceiling, but he's a well-rounded player who may continue to surprise as he moves through the system."