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10-8, 1st in AL Cent
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Indians rise in Week 3 Power Rankings

So much for Cleveland's slow start. With Francisco Lindor looking like an MVP candidate and Jason Kipnis back from the DL, the Indians could pull away early in the AL Central.

Garcia's RBI double extends White Sox's lead (0:31)
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2dESPN Insiders

Astros-Indians is the series you won't want to miss in Week 4

Dallas Keuchel is dealing, but how will he fare against the Indians in a series that might be an October preview? Plus the player, rumor, injury and roto asset you need to know in MLB's new week.

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Corey Kluber's second win of the season was a three-hit shutout of the White Sox on Friday night, throwing 73 strikes among his 110 pitches.

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Indians' Kipnis off DL, to make '17 debut

Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis, who hit .275 with 23 home runs last season, was activated off the DL and will start Friday night.

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A scoreless tie was just broken in a bizarre way in Minnesota. With the bases loaded, Cleveland starter Trevor Bauer was in the process of delivering a 3-1 pitch to Jason Castro. Instead, his plant foot slipped off the rubber. Bauer held onto the pitch as he stumbled forward, resulting in a run-scoring balk. He went on to walk Castro anyway.

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6dDan Szymborski

Is Francisco Lindor on the fast track to Cooperstown?

Derek Jeter. Cal Ripken Jr. Francisco Lindor? The Cleveland shortstop hasn't played two full seasons yet, but his career trajectory could put his name among the game's all-time greats.


Ramirez, Tomlin pace Indians past Twins, 11-4

Jose Ramirez homered and drove in two runs and Josh Tomlin gave up three runs in six innings to lead the Cleveland Indians to an 11-4 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday night.

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Matt Holliday's 447-foot third-inning shot in the Yankees' win over the White Sox was the longest home run of Monday night, beating out Atlanta's Freddie Freeman, Cleveland's Michael Brantley, and Seattle's Robinson Cano and Nelson Cruz.

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7dDarren Rovell

Game 7 first base sells for more than $100K

The first base used for the final two innings of Game 7 of the 2016 World Series sold for $101,237 in an auction offered by MLB and was the most ever paid at auction for a baseball base.

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Week 2 Power Rankings: Indians fall far

Losing two of three at home to both the White Sox and Tigers last week has Cleveland out of the top 10 in our rankings.

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8dDavid Schoenfield

Series to watch in Week 3: Indians at Twins

With a four-game series at Target Field beginning Monday, can preseason favorite Cleveland start the process of restoring the order of things in the AL Central?

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8dKeith Law

It's time for the death of the sac bunt

In an excerpt from his book "Smart Baseball," Keith Law says every baseball fan can agree on at least one thing: The sac bunt is stupid, and it's time to let it go. Hear that, Francisco Lindor?

Manfred on the right side of change (0:58)

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2529th
On Base Percentage.3366th
Slugging Percentage.41514th
Earned Run Average4.1923rd
Quality Starts9Tied-13th

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