One last tuneup against the defending World Series champions was just the boost Danny Salazar needed in his last step of preparation for the 2017 season.
Yesterday at 9:00 PM
Three days after announcing Corey Kluber as the Opening Day starter, the Cleveland Indians went ahead and penciled in the remaining order of their pitching rotation for the first week of the season on Monday.
Yesterday at 6:13 PM
One day after tossing seven innings of one-run ball in the Cactus League, Terry Francona penciled in Corey Kluber as the tentative starter for Opening Day on Apr. 3.
Last Friday at 1:21 PM
The Cleveland Indians got everything they needed from their top hurler as they rolled over the Colorado Rockies by a score of 8-3 on Thursday afternoon in Goodyear, Ariz.
Last Thursday at 5:00 PM
Despite notching a double-digit hit total, the Indians finished on the losing side of a lopsided affair to Colorado. Yandy Diaz led the offense and added another two base knocks, but Danny Salazar took the loss by allowing seven runs on eight hits in five innings.
Last Wednesday at 2:10 PM
The front end of the Cleveland Indians starting rotation posted a pair of encouraging starts in a split-squad doubleheader on Friday evening against the Texas Rangers and Cincinnati Reds.
The impact of Austin Jackson came to life on Thursday afternoon thanks to two doubles, one run and three RBIs in a 6-5 victory over the Oakland Athletics at Goodyear Ballpark.
In addition to Danny Salazar's four innings of shutout pitching, the Cleveland Indians mustered just enough offense to surpass their AL Central competition on Saturday at Peoria Stadium.