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Mike Clevinger strikes out 12 and bats wake up late to beat Detroit

Morning News and Notes for Thursday, July 18, 2019

Detroit Tigers v Cleveland Indians Photo by Ron Schwane/Getty Images

Yesterday’s Baseball

Cleveland 7 - Detroit 2

Recaps: LGT | MLB | Box Score

Clevinger strikes out 12 and bats put the game away late.

Today’s Baseball

Indians go for the sweep behind Trevor Bauer

Other Indians News

Danny Salazar the opener and three other things about the Cleveland Indians - - Manager Terry Francona uses Francisco Lindor as his DH on Wednesday night to give him a breather.

Video: See Indians mascots Ketchup, Mustard, Onion answer viewer questions, race on National Hot Dog Day - - Reporter Hannah Drown introduces you to Ketchup, Onion and Mustard on's Facebook page as they answer questions from viewers and Drown.

Carlos Carrasco video: Sick children from A Special Wish Cleveland send messages of encouragement to Indians pitcher fighting leukemia - - Sick children from A Special Wish Cleveland are rooting for Carlos Carrasco as he fights leukemia.

Cleveland Indians’ Corey Kluber’s first bullpen session goes well; No. 2 comes Sunday - - Corey Kluber's bullpen session on Wednesday went 20 pitches and pleased Terry Francona.

Oscar Mercado credits Cleveland Indians teammates for helping him break out of slump | - Oscar Mercado has broken out of a recent slump with three home runs in the last two games.

Cleveland Indians pitcher Zach Plesac has made picking off runners into an art form | - Cleveland Indians rookie pitcher Zach Plesac has proven adept at taking runners off the base paths with a quick move to first base.

Leonys Martin signs 1-year deal to play in Japan - Former Cleveland Indians outfielder Leonys Martin has signed a one-year deal with the Chiba Lotte Marines of Japan's Pacific League.

The unlikely rise of Roberto Pérez as a member of the Indians’ core - Beyond the Box Score - He was there from the beginning, even if we didn’t remember him.

Feeling defensive: Roberto Perez and Tyler Naquin are among the American League's elite with the glove - In these rankings, higher numbers denote defensive excellence. And among catchers in the American League, no one is better than Perez.

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