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Week In Review

Week in Transactions: Indians call up Adam Plutko

In which the biggest transaction of the week is not a transaction at all

Week in Transactions

You get a roster spot! And you get a roster spot!

Week in Transactions: Coco Crisp and the September callups

In which the Indians prepared their roster for September changes, and for a potential playoff run

Week in Transactions: Awaiting the September callups

Everything you always wanted to know about the Aug 31/Sept 1 roster rules but were afraid to ask.

Week in Transactions: Danny Salazar returns from the DL

One week remains until the August 31st roster deadline

Week in Transactions: The Dog Days

In which the biggest move of the week was Jeff Manship’s return from the DL

Week in Transactions: The Columbus shuffle

If you thought the major-league pitching moves were crazy, wait until you see the minor-league moves!

Week in Transactions: Tribe lands Andrew Miller and Brandon Guyer

A recap of the Tribe’s two trades before the August 1st deadline

Week in Transactions: Zimmer and Frazier to AAA

The Cleveland Indians’ top two prospects were both promoted to AAA this week.

Week in Transactions: Gomes placed on Disabled List

Just as Roberto Perez is ready to return, Yan Gomes went on the DL

Week in Transactions: Brantley begins rehab

Michael Brantley will appear on a baseball field in Northeast Ohio this week...just not in Cleveland

Week in Transactions: Joba returns from DL

The Indians also get an outfielder back from suspension, and no, it's not the one you're thinking.

Week in Transactions: Clevinger joins the rotation

A review of the Cleveland Indians' moves this past week.

Week in Transactions: Brantley back to the DL

A review of the past week's Tribe roster movers, as well as speculations on what the Indians will do when Chisenhall returns today, and who they will start this Saturday and in next Monday's doubleheader.

Week in Transactions: Orioles sign Pedro Alvarez

A look at transactions from around the majors. Also, a look at Detroit's roster situation as head into the 2016 season.

The week in transactions: Tribe extends Tomlin

In which I write too many words about what a relatively minor extension means for the near-term plans for the Cleveland organization.

Indians Player of the Week

The Cleveland Indians wrapped up a somewhat disappointing season on a high note, sweeping the Boston Red Sox to finish with a winning record. Their final push was led by some of the players expected to lead the team in 2016, including...

Indians Player of the Week

The Indians saw their already slim postseason chances slip away last week, losing two of three to Minnesota and dropping their series finale in Kansas City. They got some big performances though, none bigger than Carlos Carrasco's Friday night gem.

Indians Player of the Week

A month ago there was talk that Francisco Lindor was putting himself into the conversation for AL Rookie of the Year, but was still behind others. Since then though, he's been not only the AL's best rookie, he's been the AL's best player, full stop.

Indians Player of the Week

The Cleveland Indians have sprung themselves back into contention, though they still have a very steep hill to climb if they're going to reach the Wild Card Game. Their pitching has been the story this year, but last week the offense led the way.

Indians Player of the Week

Neither Corey Kluber or Carlos Carrasco pitched, and Michael Brantley and Francisco Lindor both cooled off, yet the Cleveland Indians split what could have been a very tough week, getting contributions from players not on the roster a few months ago.

Indians Player of the Week

Francisco Lindor has been the second-best player in the American League since the All-Star break, with only the probable MVP (Toronto's Josh Donaldson) doing more in the second half. Lindor could be AL Rookie of the Year, and is a star in the making.

Indians Player of the Week

The Cleveland Indians just took 3 of 4 in the Bronx, knocking the New York Yankees out of 1st place for the second time in two weeks. A number of players did well for the Tribe, but which one should be Player of the Week?

Indians Player of the Week

Francisco Lindor has been the Cleveland Indians' best player since the All-Star break, and just completed the best week of his young career. He makes plays the Tribe's last couple shortstops couldn't, and his bat has been better than expected.

Indians Player of the Week

Abraham Almonte was acquired by the Cleveland Indians just minutes before the trade deadline in a deal that wasn't expected by many to have a big impact on the Tribe. Almonte had other ideas, and got his time in Cleveland off to an incredible start.

Indians Player of the Week

The Indians got excellent starting pitching last week, along with continued production from Jason Kipnis and Michael Brantley, and big hits from Michael Bourn and Lonnie Chisenhall. Singling out just one as Indians Player of the Week is a tough task.

Indians Player of the Week

The Cleveland Indians went 1-5 last week, putting their postseason chances on life support. Most of the team looked like it was mailing things in. A couple players stood out, including Michael Brantley, who seems to be back to his 2014 form.

Indians Player of the Week(end)

The Cleveland Indians started their second half by taking two of three from their cross-state rivals from Cincinnati. A number of the Tribe's hitters had a big weekend, and Carlos Carrasco did a bit of everything.

Indians Player of the Week

Carlos Santana broke out of a big slump with a big week at the plate. Francisco Lindor hit well and made some excellent defensive plays. Danny Salazar pitched a great game. Corey Kluber pitched two really good ones. Who should be Player of the Week?

Indians Player of the Week is a tough call

Carlos Carrasco nearly pitched a no-hitter. Cody Anderson allowed just one run in eight innings... twice. Corey Kluber struck out 14. Jason Kipnis continued his tremendous season. Indians Player of the Week is a tough call.

Indians Player of the Week

Roberto Perez has played more than expected this season, due to injuries to Cleveland Indians starting catcher Yan Gomes. Perez has made his time count, especially last week, when he was the best hitter on the team.

Indians Player of the Week

The Cleveland Indians had a brutal week on offense, with the exception of Jason Kipnis, who continues to be among the best players in baseball this season.

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