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  1. Tribe options Salazar; rotation competition shrinksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Cleveland Indians

    Throughout his young career, Danny Salazar has consistently overpowered hitters and teased the Indians with the kind of potential that makes him look like a future ace. On Friday, Cleveland made it clear that Salazar still has room for growth, optioning the hard-throwing starter to Triple-A Columbus.

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  2. Reds Crush Cleveland Indians, 13-2; Lindor to Minors and MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Deep Left Field

    Aug 6, 2014; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Danny Salazar pitches during the second inning against the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park. Mandatory Credit: Frank Victores-USA TODAY Sports Danny Salazar 's chances of winning the fifth starting spot for the Cleveland Indians seem to becoming a bit murky, as he once again had a rough outing in a 13-2 loss to the Reds.

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  3. Lindor sent down, but Tribe's window looks wide openRead the original story

    Friday | Let's Go Tribe

    The youngsters are locked up for a long time, and the farm is ready to graduate a few more. Buckle up; it's gonna be a fun few years.

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  4. Danny Salazar struggles and Francisco Lindor sent downRead the original story

    Friday | Let's Go Tribe

    Not a whole lot of positives from Thursday's game against the Reds. At least it's still Spring Training! A very expected move for Francisco Lindor due to MLB service time rules.

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  5. Tomlin allows a lot of contact, but only two runs vs. AngelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Cleveland Indians

    Daniel Robertson hit an RBI double and scored on C.J. Cron 's sacrifice fly in the seventh, giving the Angels a one-run lead and paving the way for a 4-3 win over the Indians at Tempe Diablo Stadium on Wednesday. The Indians plated three runs off Nick Tropeano in the fourth on a bases-loaded walk by Ryan Rohlinger, a sacrifice fly by Brett Hayes and an RBI single by Destin Hood.

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  6. Bauer works on curveball in 95-pitch 'B' game startRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Cleveland Indians

    With Tempe Diablo Stadium looming behind the left-field wall, Indians starter Trevor Bauer took the mound on one of the Angels' Minor League back fields Wednesday morning for his latest outing. Cleveland had the 24-year-old Bauer -- projected to be the club's third starter in the Opening Day rotation -- work six innings against an assortment of Los Angeles Minor Leaguers in a "B" game setting.

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  7. Cover models Kluber, Brantley don't believe in SI jinxRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Cleveland Indians

    It has been nearly three decades since Cory Snyder and Joe Carter graced the cover of Sports Illustrated's baseball preview edition, but the memory remains burned in the minds of many Indians fans. The magazine declared Cleveland the best team in the American League -- a bold proclamation that fell far from fruition.

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  8. Santana's smash backs McAllister's strong startRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Cleveland Indians

    First baseman Carlos Santana launched his third home run of the spring, righty Zach McAllister gave a strong effort on the mound, and the Indians claimed an 8-3 Cactus League victory over the A's on Monday afternoon at Goodyear Ballpark. Oakland right-hander Chris Bassitt , who headed into his start with a shot at strengthening his case for a rotation spot, labored from the outset.

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  9. Francona heaps praise on bench candidate SandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 22 | Cleveland Indians

    Indians manager Terry Francona made an unsolicited point of bringing up non-roster invitee Jerry Sands on Sunday morning. In answering a question unrelated to the utility player, the manager began heaping praise on the bench candidate.

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  10. Shaw working out kinks as he develops two-seam sinkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 22 | Cleveland Indians

    No one around the Indians is concerned by the bloating Cactus League pitching line turned in to this point by setup man Bryan Shaw , because the pitcher has been working on developing a two-seam sinker that he has only thrown sparingly in his career. Shaw has been abused by left-handed batters throughout his career.

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  11. Manship willing to wait for his opportunityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 21 | Cleveland Indians

    Jeff Manship understands that there are only so many jobs to go around this spring. If the reliever does not work his way into the mix for the Opening Day bullpen, he hopes he will at least get a chance to help the Indians at some point this season.

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  12. Tribe 'D' gets plenty of work in Angels' 4-triple inningRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 21 | Cleveland Indians

    Throughout Spring Training, the Indians have worked hard on tidying up their routes within cut-off and relay drills. When Trevor Bauer gave up four triples in a span of five batters in the third inning of Friday's loss to the Angels, all the hard work paid off.

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  13. Notes: Crockett's removal purely precautionaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 21 | Cleveland Indians

    Had the Indians been in the middle of the regular season, manager Terry Francona might have left reliever Kyle Crockett on the mound in the eighth inning on Friday night. Since it is Spring Training, Francona was not going to take any risks.

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  14. Tribe toppled by Angels' triple spree in third inningRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Cleveland Indians

    Trevor Bauer took the mound Friday night with the goal of pounding the strike zone in his latest start for the Indians. He succeeded along those lines, but the result was an Angels' offensive outpouring -- powered by four triples in the third inning -- that led the Halos to an 11-5 win at Goodyear Ballpark.

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  15. House takes mom's advice to heart in offseasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Cleveland Indians

    When last season ended, Indians left-hander TJ House had a lot of plans for his winter. Traveling around Europe was at the top of his list -- a list he wound up throwing away not long after returning home for the beginning of his offseason.

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  16. The stats do lie: Can we take anything away from the Cleveland Indians' spring training numbers?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Cleveland.com

    Everything that unfolds during spring camp must be placed into the proper context. A big leaguer belts a home run 450 feet.

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  17. Reds Dismantle Indians, Salazar, 13-2Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Deep Left Field

    Mar 23, 2015; Goodyear, AZ, USA; Cleveland Indians first baseman Carlos Santana makes the play for the out against the Oakland Athletics in the fourth inning during a spring training game at Goodyear Ballpark. Mandatory Credit: Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports Another day, another rough outing for Danny Salazar .

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  18. Indians lose 13-2 to Reds as Danny Salazar gets hammeredRead the original story

    Thursday | Let's Go Tribe

    We are only eleven days away from the first real Indians game of 2015. At some point between now and then, Terry Francona is going to have to decide which five guys he plans to use in the starting rotation for the beginning of the season.

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  19. #TBT: Best Cleveland Indians "Buzzer Beaters" of the CenturyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Deep Left Field

    It is Throwback Thursday and, with March Madness in full swing, we are taking a look at the Cleveland Indians most exciting "buzzer beaters" of this century - many of which rival this shot last night by Old Dominion guard Trey Freeman . The greatest thrill in the world is to end the game with a home run and watch everybody else walk off the field while you're running the bases on air.

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  20. Cleveland Indians: Lindor to minors, Brantley hurting and more from campRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Deep Left Field

    Jun 18, 2013; San Jose, CA, USA; Carolina Mudcats short stop Francisco Lindor during the fourth inning of the California League vs Carolina League All Star Game at San Jose Municipal Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports As expected, the Cleveland Indians sent their top prospect Francisco Lindor the the minor leagues on Thursday.

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