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A Cleveland Indians Tale of Two Owens

For the Cleveland Indians organization, calling up 24-year-old Owen Miller was a no-brainer. Some may argue they took too long to do it, but regardless, he got the call and made his debut on May 23rd at Progressive Field. In case you missed it, it didn’t go well. In his...
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Indians Trade 1B Jake Bauers To Mariners

The 'Jake Bauers Era' in Cleveland is officially over. Bauers, who was acquired on December 13th, 2018 from the Tampa Bay Rays, came to the Tribe with the hopes by the front office that he would be able to fill one of the empty spots in the outfield., instead he'll go down as another footnote in team history.
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Indians Defense Not Exactly Coming Through with the Big Plays When Needed

We have talked about this many times throughout the baseball season, so excuse us for being redundant. The Cleveland Indians aren’t a good offensive baseball team. They continue to rank 11th in the American League in runs scored per game at 4.05, almost a half run behind the league average of 4.42. We understand that batting average isn’t en vogue as a key statistic anymore in the game, but the team average of .221 ranks second to last (Seattle) in the AL.
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Indians Scratch Their Way To 2.5 Back In Divisional Race, Top White Sox 6-5 at Progressive Field

When it comes to showing resolve thus far in the 2021 season, you can't help but put the Cleveland Indians in that mix as a team that has done it all to earn wins. They earned another key win Tuesday, doing it the hard way allowing the game-tying and go ahead runs for the White Sox to wind up in scoring position, but getting last year's AL MVP Jose Abreu who went 0-5 to ground out to short for the last out, getting a huge 6-5 win.
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Injuries Continue To be a Huge Stumbling Block for the 2021 Indians

The Cleveland Indians avoided the injury bug for the first quarter of the Major League Baseball season, but it has come back to bite them in the past few days. Two key members of the Tribe, continuing to battle in the American League Central at 26-21, just a game and a half behind the front-running Chicago White Sox, will be among the missing for probably 4-6 weeks, if not more.
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Former Tribe Multiple Cy Young Winner Proving He's not Done Yet

There is no greater feeling for individuals to accomplish something noteworthy that most thought would be impossible for them to do. For an athlete, especially at the professional level, to achieve one of the greatest feats in sports when others called your skills diminished, has seen better days and suggested retirement might be an obvious road to take, is beyond satisfying.