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Bat flips and the Cleveland Indians: An abbreviated history The Cleveland Indians have a somewhat glorious history of bat flips. Here's a quick look back.

Cleveland Indians: Previewing the weekend series versus Atlanta Ronald Acuna Junior /LF, 5. Nick Markakis /RF, 6. Dansby Swanson /SS, 7. Ender Inciarte /CF, 8. Johan Camargo /3B, 9. Tyler Flowers /C. It's tough to predict the exact lineups and defensive alignments for both of these teams for different reasons.

Indians and Braves Washed Out on Friday Steady rains in the northeast Ohio region on Friday spoiled the first game of the series scheduled between the Atlanta Braves and the host Cleveland Indians. The game has been rescheduled for Saturday, April 20, as part of a traditional doubleheader.

Cleveland Indians prospect Will Benson has four homer game Cleveland Indians 25th ranked prospect Will Benson had a night to remember, as he belted four home runs on Thursday night.

Braves, Indians postponed by rain, doubleheader Saturday The Indians first baseman was sworn in as a U.S. citizen on Friday, taking the oath with 83 others while his two young daughters fought for his attention. Afterward, Santana beamed with pride. "Thanks, Cleveland, for giving me an opportunity," said Santana, who was born in the Dominican Republic.

Indians' Lindor set for season debut after being injured CLEVELAND - Indians All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor says he is ready to make his season debut. Lindor sat out Cleveland's first 18 games with a sprained ankle he sustained during spring training in Arizona while recovering from an offseason calf injury.

Nick Wittgren is what he is, and that is OK By WPA, right-handed Nick Wittgren barely trails closer Brad Hand, 0.45 to 0.49, even ahead of starters Corey Kluber and Carlos Carrasco. The 27-year-old, acquired from the Marlins for well-traveled minor league righty Jordan Milbrath on Feb. 4 was not even promoted until Mike Clevinger went to the 60-day injured list on April 9.

Series Preview: Cleveland Indians vs. Atlanta Braves He initially started in the bullpen, but he transitioned into the rotation after just two games and he's been fantastic. Across 19.2 innings this year, Fried has allowed just 2 earned runs while walking 4 and striking out 12. He's got a fantastic sinking fastball, a great curve, and a sweeping slider.

84% of Indians fans approve of the job Terry Francona is doing 16% of you miss Eric Wedge’s mustache.

The Indians Offensive Maladies Might Be Behind Them: Weekly Recap 3 Longball: The Indians' Offensive Maladies Might Be Behind Them. The Indians are in second from the bottom in offensive production in many important categories.* If you go by wRC+, only the Colorado Rockies have been worse; if you just look at plain-old triple-slash, Cleveland is only marginally ahead of Detroit.

Will Benson bashes four home runs in Lake County win, Lindor almost hits for cycle in rehab assignment Will Benson had himself a game. In his first four plate appearances on Thursday, Benson went 4-4 with four home runs. He launched a two-run shot in the first inning, a solo blast in the third, a grand slam in the fourth and another solo bomb in the sixth inning.

Stream Machine: April 19-21 After some time away to reconfigure the Stream Machine for in-season matchup data, I'm ready to roll out some new streaming options for the weekend matchups. As I promised earlier, I will do a check in at the end of the month in order to show the kind of stats you can get from your streaming starters.

Lindor is heading back to Cleveland Morning news and notes for Friday, April 19, 2019.

The Indians' Unlikely Hero If you would have told me a few months ago that Carlos Santana would be the Indians' leading batter through the first 18 games, I would have laughed in your face and called you crazy. Looks like I'm eating my words right about now.

Did the Indians Let Go of the Wrong Player? In no way is this a defense of what Brad Miller had to say about the Indians and their decision to cut ties with him once Jason Kipnis was ready, but, can you blame him?

Cleveland Indians vs. Atlanta Braves - 4/19/19 MLB Pick, Odds, and Prediction The Atlanta Braves and the Cleveland Indians will meet up on the MLB diamond to kick off their series Friday. In the Friday game, the Indians will be sending out RHP Corey Kluber. In his 19.0 innings and 1-2 mark this year, Kluber has a 6.16 ERA with 21 Ks and 10 walks.

Cleveland is final resting place for the only Major League Baseball player to die playing the game In 1920 pitchers could spit, dirty or discolor the ball, that would change following the Cleveland Indians' death Raymond Johnson Chapman was playing for the Cleveland Indians in 1920 when during a game against the Yankees he was hit in the head with a pitch.

Cleveland Indians: Catching up after the First 18 The Cleveland Indians will play nine sets of 18 regular season games. They're 11-7 after the first set, so let's catch up on how they got here. In last nig…

Shane Bieber can be incredible I've written in the past that, even with his lack of truly elite break on anything he throws, his ability to locate in the zone and pound the corners with his fastball serves to make his other pitches that much better, simply because he can command them so well.

Oscar Mercado steals four bases in monster game, Eli Morgan's sensational start streak continues Cleveland Indians minor league recap for April 17, 2019.

Leonys Martin is the power hitter the Tribe needs…wait what? Leonys Martin has an unexpected source of power in the early goings of 2019, and it has been exactly what Cleveland has needed.

Cookie Carrasco may be back. Francisco Lindor may also be back as soon as Friday. News and Notes for Thursday, April 18, 2019.

Bauers' Blast Backs Shutout by Carrasco and Wittgren; Indians 1, Mariners 0 A solo homer from Jake Bauers in the fifth inning marked the only time a base runner crossed the plate on Wednesday night as Carlos Carrasco and Nick Wittgren combined on a three-hit shutout to complete the three-game sweep of the Seattle Mariners in a 1-0 victory from T-Mobile Park.

Carlos Carrasco, Nick Wittgren shut out Mariners, 1-0, to cap off road trip Indians pitching was top notch today and Jason Kipnis got a piggy back ride from Hanley Ramirez. It was a good day.

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