Jackson Makes Club as Cleveland Continues Finalizing Roster

As spring training wrapped up its final weekend in Arizona and Florida, the Cleveland Indians were busy working to finalize their 25-man roster to open the season. One big decision was made by the club on Sunday, as outfielder Austin Jackson has won an opportunity to start the season with the Indians. The Indians announced several other moves in a press release early Sunday afternoon...

Jury: Cleveland Indians not responsible for fan hurt by ball

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A jury says the Cleveland Indians aren’t responsible for injuries to a New York man hit by a foul ball and blinded in one eye at a baseball game in July 2012. ( ) reports the decision late last week in a Cleveland-area county court means Keith Rawlins, of Rochester, gets no money from his lawsuit against the team. The attorney...
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Colabello, Brantley power Tribe's five-run first

Michael Brantley launched his first home run of the spring, helping power a five-run first inning in the Indians' 6-5 Cactus League victory over the D-backs on Sunday at Salt River Fields.
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Zimmer reassigned after making strong impression

The Indians painted a clear picture of the landscape for Bradley Zimmer at the start of Spring Training. The club's No. 1 prospect, per, was not in camp to be on the Opening Day roster, but rather to gain valuable experience and, above all else, to make a strong impression.
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Did Indians GM's son leak news of Lindor contract talks?

Note to Cleveland Indians general manager Mike Chernoff: letting your son on the radio might not have been the best idea.6-year-old Brody Chernoff was a special guest in the radio booth in the 9th inning of the team’s Saturday spring training game against the Chicago White Sox. Tribe play-by-play man Tom Hamilton couldn’t help but ask the youngster a few questions, including...
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Brantley feeling good, hits first spring homer

Michael Brantley stared at the lineup sheet hanging inside the Indians' clubhouse on Sunday morning and did not see his name. The Indians' left fielder then pulled the paper off the wall, and he marched into the team's training room.
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Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 8 – Lonnie Chisenhall

Join Did The Tribe Win Last Night as we count down to Opening Day! Countdown to Opening Day – 8 Friday was a day that quite likely made the Cleveland Indians coaching staff cringe with the thought of losing several potential members of the team’s 40-man roster with just a week and a half to go before the regular season begins in Texas against the Rangers. Utility man Erik Gonzalez...

Indians Finding Good Options, Tough Decisions For Lone Open Bullpen Spot

A lot of years it seems as though the Cleveland Indians go into spring training with countless veteran and minor league pitchers looking to fill the void of several open bullpen spots. This 2017 spring camp is not exactly like a lot of years. As in past offseasons, the Tribe did invite a good number of veterans looking for work, as well as young hurlers, to Goodyear, Arizona, for...

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Cleveland Indians Completing Contract Extension with Jose Ramirez

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Brewers release Ryan Webb and Joba Chamberlain

The Milwaukee Brewers announced they have released veteran right-handed pitchers Joba Chamberlain and Ryan Webb. The two received minor league deals during the offseason.Chamberlain has a decade of major league experience under his belt with a career 3.81 ERA. He had an impressive 2.25 ERA with 18 strikeouts in 20 innings last season with the Cleveland Indians. According to Chad...
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Box Score 3/22: Team USA is heading to the championship

Want more news first thing in the day? Sign up for the Yardbarker Morning Bark newsletter here.Good morning and welcome to the YB Box Score, what we're reading while waiting for our World Baseball Classic championship game tickets to magically appear in our mailbox so we can see Team USA go for their first ever WBC title win.Happy birthday today to Don Chaney, Bob Costas, Sean Berry...
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Back from shoulder woes, Indians' Brantley gets 2 hits

GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) For most teams, seeing an All-Star get two hits in a spring training game would be no big deal. For the Cleveland Indians, watching Michael Brantley swing back into action meant something. Coming off a year almost totally lost to shoulder trouble, Brantley singled twice, drove in a run and scored once Monday for the Indians in a 14-5 win over the Los Angeles...
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Indians RHP Anderson done for year, Kipnis still sidelined

GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) Cleveland Indians right-hander Cody Anderson will undergo reconstructive elbow surgery and miss the 2017 season. The AL champions said Sunday that Anderson has elected to have the operation after being diagnosed with a ligament sprain. The 26-year-old made nine starts for Cleveland last season and was expected to begin this year at Triple-A Buffalo. His loss...
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Should the Cleveland Indians be concerned about Jason Kipnis’ shoulder injury?

Last season, the Cleveland Indians put together one of the greatest runs in their franchise’s history, winning 94 games and making it to Game 7 of the World Series before ultimately losing to the Chicago Cubs in 10 innings. While the Tribe’s pitching staff was a big reason why the team made it as far as it did, another instrumental piece to their postseason run was second baseman...
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Focusing on the positives for the Cleveland Indians

Amid injuries, spring ineffectiveness, and WBC horror shows, there are other, better things we should be paying attention to. A certain negativity has injected itself into the Cleveland Indians' spring. Once focused solely around the return of Michael Brantley (which hasn't really been fixed), now we hear Jason Kipnis is being shut down for a couple weeks due to a flared up rotator...
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Indians' Kipnis likely to miss opener with sore shoulder

GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) -- Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis is likely to miss opening day because of a sore right shoulder. Indians manager Terry Francona said Sunday that Kipnis will be shut down for the next two weeks to let him recover. Kipnis has been dealing with the problem this spring and had a cortisone shot two weeks ago. Kipnis is a two-time All-Star. He hit ...
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Here are the six players you’ll be most surprised to see in the World Baseball Classic

The World Baseball Classic is underway, and so far it has been a lot of fun. Team Israel began 3-0 to advance to the next pool, Cuba and Japan cruised as they typically do, the Dominican Republic looked unstoppable in a win over Canada and the United States won on a walk-off Friday.One of the many pleasures of the WBC is checking in on players you once knew and loved whom you haven’t...
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Michael Brantley plays five-inning simulated game

Morning news and notes for Saturday, March 11, 2017 Good news abounds. Michael Brantley set foot on a baseball field and conducted baseball-like activity without imploding. Cody Anderson may have only a UCL sprain and not a tear. Trevor Bauer has another new pitch. And, probably most importantly, it appears that T. J. House will be okay. Indians news Bauer uses full arsenal in...
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Bruce Chen’s WBC shoes are probably not the next Jordans

We have already seen some ridiculousness in the World Baseball Classic with Israel pulling off a colossal upset of South Korea, and an absolutely hilarious play thanks to a Chinese Taipei error on a bunt. And on Tuesday, former major league pitcher Bruce Chen provided more ridiculousness with his shoe game. Chen was the starting pitcher for China against Cuba, and he did so while...
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Trevor Bauer’s former minor league team doing drone bobblehead giveaway

The most bizarre injury of the 2016 MLB postseason is now being immortalized in bobblehead form.According to Zack Meisel of on Tuesday, the Reno Aces, the Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, will be having a Trevor Bauer drone bobblehead giveaway at a game this coming August.Bauer, the Cleveland Indians right-hander, was drafted by the Diamondbacks in 2011...
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