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2017 Schedule
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Indians taking slow approach with ace Kluber

Corey Kluber has started the Cleveland Indians' opener the past two seasons, but manager Terry Francona isn't ready to say whether the right-hander will get the nod on April 3 at Texas.

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Cubs favored to win back-to-back titles

It took the Chicago Cubs 108 years to break their World Series title drought, but Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook gives them the highest odds to be repeat champions this year.

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Andrew Miller led the way in October

Miller's 30 strikeouts during the Indians' 2016 World Series run were the most by a reliever in a single postseason.

Miller confident in this season's Indians team (2:08)

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Inclement weather will force the Indians to conduct the majority of their first full workout indoors today. Get this -- the high in Cleveland on Saturday was 69 degrees. Here in Goodyear, Arizona, the high was 57 degrees.

AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin
3dJerry Crasnick

How the Tribe are refueling after grueling postseason

Injuries, innings and even drones took their toll on Cleveland's arms in 2016. If the Indians can put those issues in the past, they could pitch their way to a World Series title.

Patrick Abrahams ESPN Producer 

Cleveland Indians Coach Terry Francona showing Tim Kurkjian how to play one of his favorite games - Cribbage

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5dJerry Crasnick

Indians' Brantley to miss start of Cactus League

Indians manager Terry Francona said Wednesday that Michael Brantley, who is rehabbing from surgery, is behind the other position players in camp and won't be ready for the Cactus League opener.


Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Can the Indians be better in 2017? Manager Terry Francona says it won't happen by taking shortcuts.


Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Danny Salazar, sporting the frosted hair, does weighted ball work on a back field at Indians camp.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

The Indians have added a new flourish above the door to their camp in Goodyear.

Francona expects Indians to come back 'hungry' (1:18)

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Indians Manager Terry Francona said some clubs have a sense of entitlement and some have the hunger to return to the postseason. Given the make-up of his roster, he firmly believes in the latter.

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Under the watchful eye of Manager Terry Francona, pitchers throw a bullpen during the first official workout at Indians camp.

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6dBradford Doolittle

Players with something to prove: Michael Brantley

Still in the process of battling his way back from an injury, it remains unclear if Brantley will be ready to go at the outset of the 2017 season.

AP Photo/David Dermer
10dBradford Doolittle

Gomes is primed for a comeback

A separated right shoulder cost Yan Gomes more than two months last season. But let's face it -- he wasn't hitting even before that happened. The Indians don't have many weaknesses, and they hope Gomes doesn't remain one.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average3.847th
Quality Starts8110th
Batting Average.2626th
On Base Percentage.3298th
Slugging Percentage.4309th

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