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23-20, 2nd in AL Cent

Feldman, Schebler lead Reds to 5-1 win over Indians

Scott Feldman struck out a season-high nine while ending Cincinnati's long stretch of ineffective starts, and Scott Schebler homered for the third straight game on Monday night, leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 5-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians.

Schebler drives one into the seats (0:23)
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1dJerry Crasnick

Revisiting preseason questions: Indians

In mid-February, we wondered if Cleveland's most important pitchers could avoid an October hangover. So far, Corey Kluber has landed on the DL, but Andrew Miller and Cody Allen are showing no ill effects.

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The Indians had lost five of their last seven games before this weekend's dominant sweep on the road against the MLB-leading Astros.

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Two Oakland players were atop the home-run list on Saturday by blasting balls more than 450 feet. Chad Pinder's 483-foot bomb was the longest homer hit in the MLB so far this season.

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CF Lonnie Chisenhall slammed a monster home run past center field to extend the Indians' lead to 2-0 in the top of the fourth. The 436-footer ties for the longest HR of his career.

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The Indians' team ERA took another beating on Wednesday with seven allowed vs. the Rays. Starter Josh Tomlin was tagged for six in only 2 1/3 innings.

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A day after making his major league debut, Indians CF Bradley Zimmer smashes his first big league home run in his seventh at-bat.

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6dJeff Sullivan

Hitters on the rise: Francisco Lindor

You'd think it might be difficult for a switch-hitter to make significant changes, but Lindor has pulled it off.

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Inside Heat: Hoynes On Indians' lack of identity

Buster Olney talks to Paul Hoynes of The Cleveland Plain Dealer about the Indians' lack of success so far this season, the team's struggles to find an identity, Edwin Encarnacion and more.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Nothing sums up baseball in 2017 better than Danny Salazar's pitching line against the Rays so far. He has nine strikeouts in five innings and has allowed five hits -- but four of them are home runs! Strikeouts and home runs are fun, but are they fun when that's all that is happening?

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Bradley Zimmer will make his big-league debut as the Indians' No. 9 hitter, which I'd like a little more if he had Carlos Santana, who is one of the hitters most comfortable working the count in the game, hitting behind him (Santana led off the team's first 35 games). Zimmer's fantasy value is likely to come primarily from stolen bases, so it's tough to make a shallow-mixed case for him as a nine-hitter.

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Keith Law

Lindor, Ramirez among Law's top 25 under 25

Francisco Lindor cracks the top 5 as he continues to evolve as a hitter while excelling on defense. Teammate Jose Ramirez is a very good, very underrated player.

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Indians SS Francisco Lindor yanked a low pitch from the Rays' Jumbo Diaz on Monday night to right field for his ninth home run of the season. Last year, No. 9 for Lindor came on June 25.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Since he moved into the Indians' rotation for good on Aug. 10, 2014, Carlos Carrasco ranks 11th in the majors in WHIP (1.04) and 10th in strikeouts (496). The problem is that during that same time span, 38 pitchers have made more starts and 50 have thrown more pitches than he has, and now a pectoral injury has again cast his durability into doubt. Sigh.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24121st
On Base Percentage.32117th
Slugging Percentage.40721st
Earned Run Average3.929th
Quality Starts19Tied-15th

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