14 min ago | Cleveland.com
The Indians organization can feel good that not only has the major-league club performed well, but legitimate help is also available below.
4 hrs ago | Austin American-Statesman
After losing the final six games of their recent road trip, the Seattle Mariners should be happy about playing at home for the next week.
8 hrs ago | Let's Go Tribe
There's starting to be some separation between the Indians and Tigers and the rest of the AL Central.
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Back at Fenway Park as a manager for the first time since being let go by the Boston Red Sox in 2011, he was calm and occasionally funny while wearing the cap of the Cleveland Indians.
On Tuesday, JoAnna Garcia and Nick Swisher welcomed their daughter into the world, and now, they're revealing her name: Emerson Jay Swisher.
Starting pitcher Justin Verlander talks with pitching coach Jeff Jones of the Detroit Tigers during the fourth inning against the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field on May 22, 2013.
In their continuous quest for consistent left-handed relief, the Indians adjusted their bullpen prior to Thursday's game against the Red Sox.
The first place Cleveland Indians are coming to town for a four-game set with the Boston Red Sox .
With the Cleveland Indians' 6-0 drubbing of the Seattle Mariners and 2010 Cy Young winner Felix Hernandez this past Sunday, the Tribe is 7-1 against Cy Young winners this season.
Miguel Cabrera drove in three runs and Victor Martinez had two RBI, as Detroit outlasted two rain delays to beat the Cleveland Indians, 11-7, in the finale of a two-game set.
CLEVELAND: The subject turned to depth of Terry Francona's emotions, when reporters asked the manager about returning to Boston tonight.
The Cleveland Indians , winners of 18 of their last 23 games despite Tuesday night's 5-1 loss to Detroit, play the Tigers again tonight at Progressive Field.
Jon Paul Morosi is a national MLB writer for FOXSports.com. He previously covered baseball for the Detroit Free Press and Seattle Post-Intelligencer . He began his journalism career at the Bay City Times in his native Michigan.
The big-hitting Cleveland Indians knocked around on right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma in the early frames, then delivered the knockout blow to the Seattle Mariners in extra innings.
However, from the last out of the first inning to the final out of the eighth in the Tigers' 5-1 victory on Tuesday night over the Cleveland Indians, perfection could be found in the way Max Scherzer pitched.