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Shane Bieber pitches Indians to victory over the Yankees

Morning News and Notes for Saturday, July 14, 2018

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New York Yankees v Cleveland Indians Photo by David Maxwell/Getty Images

Cleveland 6 - New York (AL) 5

Recaps: LGT | MLB

Shane Bieber kept the Yankees off balance at the plate and Jose Ramirez did Jose Ramirez things to give the Indians the victory. The bullpen tried to blow the lead but failed.

Other Indians News

Corey Kluber won't pitch in All-Star Game - "I would have liked to have pitched in the All-Star Game," Kluber said. "But I think, obviously, the big picture, being healthy for the second half, is more important."

Cleveland Indians designate LHP Ryan Merritt for assignment | - Merritt, whose gutsy performance in Game 5 of the 2016 American League Championship Series helped send the Indians to their first World Series appearance in nearly 20 years, never quite regained his form after battling knee and shoulder injuries in spring training.

'Yan made them pay': Dissecting Gomes' perfect throw and Francisco Lindor's 'Puerto Rican tag' | - Gomes' throw, which came on a 3-2 slider from Tribe reliever Neil Ramirez to Yankees No. 3 hitter Aaron Hicks, arrived at precisely the perfect moment, and in the ideal location for Lindor to tag Judge.

Indians 6, Yankees 5: 12 Walk-Off Thoughts on Shane Bieber displaying composure beyond his years and a key strike-’em-out-throw-’em-out - Here are 12 Walk-Off Thoughts on the Indians’ 6-5 win against the New York Yankees Friday night.

Indians GM Mike Chernoff: Team 'Hungrier' After Losing To Yankees In Playoffs | WFAN Sports Radio 66AM 101.9FM - Thanks to the Yankees, the Indians are hungrier than ever to win the World Series.

Aaron Boone: Yankees' Luis Severino wasn't tipping pitches to Indians; updates on Gary Sanchez and Gleyber Torres - NY Daily News - Because Severino is soooooo good that tipping his pitches is the only way an inferior team like the Indians could hit him And Yankees fans wonder why people hate them and the New York media that encourages them.

Satchel Paige Major League debut - Satchel Paige's debut was different, very different, from the other baseball pioneers of his time. Paige pitched in his first Major League game 70 years ago this week, and it was an event unlike anything before or since. Joe Posnanski explores.

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