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5/24/2016 | Tribe encouraged by Anderson's latest start

As expected, Cody Anderson returned to Triple-A Columbus after being the 26th man for Monday's Indians doubleheader against the White Sox. But that doesn't mean the Tribe won't be seeing Anderson again, possibly soon.

5/24/2016 | Kluber, Quintana close Tribe-White Sox set

The Indians proved they could hit White Sox ace Chris Sale. Now they will have to hit left-hander Jose Quintana, who has been almost as good this season. Cleveland will counter with right-hander Corey Kluber in the conclusion of a four-game series Wednesday at U.S. Cellular Field.

5/24/2016 | Tomlin 7-0 as Tribe denies Sale 10-0 start

White Sox ace Chris Sale entered Tuesday's battle of unbeatens with more hype than Josh Tomlin, his mound counterpart from Cleveland. It's understandable with Sale's pedigree, nine straight wins and 1.58 ERA. But it was Sale who got the early hook and Tomlin who cruised to his seventh straight victory during the Indians' 6-2 win at U.S. Cellular Field.

5/24/2016 | Ahead of debut, Merritt trying to keep calm

Indians left-hander Ryan Merritt has a good idea how he will feel if and when his name gets called to enter a Major League game for the first time.

5/23/2016 | Clevinger shakes off nerves, adjusting to bigs

Indians manager Terry Francona said before Monday's 7-6 loss to the White Sox that he wasn't worried about right-handed starter Mike Clevinger.

5/23/2016 | Sale eyes 10th win vs. undefeated Tomlin

Sale will go for his 10th win in 10 starts and look to pad his team's first-place lead Tuesday when the White Sox play the Indians at U.S. Cellular Field. The Indians will have an undefeated starter of their own on the mound in right-hander Josh Tomlin, who is 6-0 with a 3.56 ERA in seven starts.

5/23/2016 | Ramirez busts out with 2 HRs in doubleheader

Jose Ramirez came into his eighth-inning at-bat in the front end of Monday's doubleheader against the White Sox with only three hits in his past 20 at-bats. But the Indians infielder went deep in his last at-bat in the opener and his first at-bat of the nightcap.

5/23/2016 | Anderson's spot start turns into top-notch effort

Indians right-hander Cody Anderson gave up five hits and one run through three innings Monday night, throwing better than he has but looking far from where he wants to be. But after that third inning, completely Anderson shut down the White Sox.

5/23/2016 | Tribe's Adams feeling encouraged, comfortable

Four years to the day after Indians right-hander Austin Adams had the reconstructive shoulder surgery that changed the course of his career, he stood in the visitors' clubhouse at U.S. Cellular Field fresh off an outing that brought nothing but encouragement.

5/23/2016 | White Sox hang on, edge Tribe in opener

Brett Lawrie launched a full-count, fifth-inning fastball from Mike Clevinger deep into the left-field stands for a three-run homer to give the White Sox control in a 7-6 victory over the Indians on Monday during the opener of a doubleheader between the top two teams in the American League Central. Lawrie connected with Todd Frazier and Melky Cabrera on base and two outs, as the designated hitter reached base five times in the contest.

5/23/2016 | Tribe recalls Merritt, Anderson; Joba to DL

With Monday's doubleheader, Indians manager Terry Francona didn't want to take any risks with his bullpen, and that meant putting right-hander Joba Chamberlain on the disabled list. Cleveland recalled left-hander Ryan Merritt to fill Chamberlain's spot and recalled right-hander Cody Anderson as the 26th man and starter for the back end of Monday's twin bill.

5/23/2016 | Rays' Adames, Dodgers' Bellinger lead Prospect Team of the Week's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible, including big leaguers.

5/23/2016 | Tribe offering ticket discounts to military members

To honor and thank them for their service, the Indians will offer a special ticket discount to military members and their families. Starting Memorial Day weekend (May 27-30), military members and their families will be able to save up to 20 percent on tickets to select games.

5/23/2016 | Legends set to welcome stars of the future at 2016 MLB Draft

Major League Baseball announced the annual list of club reps for the 2016 MLB Draft on Monday, and as usual it is a star-studded gathering from the past that will man the phones and help welcome the future on the first night of selections.

5/23/2016 | Tribe Hackathon aims to enhance park experience

Even from the back of the room, the celebratory shouts could be heard. AJ Jimenez nearly knocked off his Indians baseball cap as he unleashed an emphatic fist pump. His teammates, Chad Milburn and Tim Zeller, followed him up to the front to collect their prize, with a fourth, Chris Jungjohann, unable to attend.

5/22/2016 | Salazar faces childhood hero one more time

All Danny Salazar wanted was one more chance to face Red Sox slugger David Ortiz. During his childhood in the Dominican Republic, before he had dreams of pitching in the big leagues, Salazar rooted for Boston and followed Big Papi's blossoming career closely.

5/22/2016 | White Sox, Indians meet in historic twin bill

The Indians and White Sox have a history that stretches back more than a century. On Monday, when Cleveland heads to Chicago to renew the division rivalry with a doubleheader, it will mark a milestone day for both longtime American League franchises. White Sox righty Mat Latos opposes Indians righty Mike Clevinger in Game 1.

5/22/2016 | Napoli grateful for warm reception in Boston

Mike Napoli only spent three seasons in Boston, but the first baseman has a World Series ring, forever endearing him to Red Sox fans. Now with the Indians, Napoli felt that appreciation when he received a standing ovation from the Fenway Park crowd Friday night.

5/22/2016 | Tribe opts for all-right-handed 'pen

Indians manager Terry Francona has said many times that he does not think a team should carry a lefty in its bullpen just for the sake of having one. That belief will now be put to the test.

5/22/2016 | Pipeline preview: Walker, Sheffield among prospects to watch

Here's a look at top prospects to watch in today's Minor League action:

5/22/2016 | Candelario among top prospect performers Saturday

A look at the best performances from top prospects Saturday.

5/21/2016 | Uribe's hesitation proves costly

Given the way the Indians have played of late, a four-run deficit did not seem insurmountable on Saturday. The Indians have pulled off a handful of comebacks in recent weeks, fueling confidence in the dugout that no lead is safe for the opposition.

5/21/2016 | Growing up, Salazar rooted for Red Sox

As a teenager growing up in Santo Domingo, Indians right-hander Danny Salazar followed one Major League team obsessively.

5/21/2016 | With Bradley streaking, Porcello eyes rebound

The red-hot Jackie Bradley Jr. aims to extend his hitting streak to 27 games, only eight games away from tying Dom DiMaggio for the longest streak in franchise history, as the Red Sox look to claim their series against the Indians on Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park.

5/21/2016 | Kelly flirts with history in gem vs. Tribe

Joe Kelly was brilliant in his return to action, firing 6 2/3 no-hit innings before Juan Uribe cracked a double into the gap in right-center to break it up. Mookie Betts backed Kelly with two homers, including a grand slam, as the Red Sox rolled to a 9-1 victory over the Indians on Saturday at Fenway Park.

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