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4/20/2015 | Bauer drawing success from hard work, curious mind

Trevor Bauer, 24, is starting to reward the Indians for giving him new life after the Diamondbacks traded him only 1 1/2 years after selecting him with the third overall pick in the 2011 Draft.

4/20/2015 | White Sox topple Tribe with four-run ninth

The White Sox scored four runs off of Indians closer Cody Allen in the ninth inning Monday night to steal a 4-3 victory at U.S. Cellular Field.

4/20/2015 | Carrasco unhindered after being hit by liner

Indians manager Terry Francona said there will be no limitations on right-hander Carlos Carraso during his start on Tuesday in Chicago. Carrasco sustained a bruised jaw when he was hit by a line drive in his last outing.

4/19/2015 | Indians fighting through slump up and down lineup

Each season, the common refrain for any team that is struggling early in the year consists of two words: It's early. Two weeks into this campaign, the Indians have been saying that a lot in reference to the club's laboring lineup.

4/19/2015 | Irregular schedule has House searching for groove

Part of the job description of a fifth starter is to be flexible on behalf of the rest of the rotation. For the Indians' TJ House, that can also lead to trouble in finding a rhythm on the mound.

4/19/2015 | Tribe's Bauer set for rematch against Danks, Chicago

Trevor Bauer beat John Danks and the White Sox in his last start, and the Indians right-hander will get another crack at the South Siders on Monday night at U.S. Cellular Field.

4/19/2015 | May tosses gem as Twins heat up on Indians

Trevor May turned in arguably the best outing of his young career, and was backed by a three-run homer from Torii Hunter to give the Twins a 7-2 win over the Indians on Sunday afternoon at Target Field.

4/19/2015 | Tribe adjusts rotation to give Carrasco extra rest

With Carlos Carrasco still dealing with a sore jaw, the Indians felt it made sense to give the pitcher an additional day of rest before his next start.

4/18/2015 | Tribe's House, Twins' May seek turnaround start

In the finale of this three-game set between the Tribe and Twins, the clubs will hand the ball to a pair of pitchers aiming for strong bounceback performances. Both Indians left-hander TJ House and Minnesota righty Trevor May ran into issues in their season debuts, and each are now positioned to help their team seal a series win at Target Field.

4/18/2015 | Hagadone backs up Francona's confidence with stellar effort

Danny Salazar logged six overpowering innings on Saturday and helped lead the Indians to a win over the Twins. Closer Cody Allen struck out three batters in the ninth inning to collect a save and seal the victory for Cleveland.

4/18/2015 | Salazar makes big impression in first start of season

Danny Salazar fired a fastball and watched Twins leadoff man Danny Santana foul it back. Three pitches into his first start of the season on Saturday, the Indians righty had shown three heaters. It was time to turn to his splitter.

4/18/2015 | Perez homers, Salazar fans 10 as Indians top Twins

Right-hander Danny Salazar struck out 10 batters in his first start of the season, and was backed by a solo homer from Roberto Perez to help lead the Indians to a 4-2 win over the Twins on Saturday afternoon at Target Field.

4/18/2015 | Tribe options Adams to make room for Salazar

In need of a roster spot for starter Danny Salazar, the Indians optioned reliever Austin Adams to Triple-A Columbus prior to Saturday's game against the Twins.

4/18/2015 | First win of '15 elusive but Kluber locked in

Say this for Corey Kluber: he has done his part. Three starts into his Cy Young encore, the ace of the Indians' staff has looked every bit as overpowering and dominant as he did throughout last summer's breakout showing. He just has no wins to show for it.

4/17/2015 | Tribe calls on Salazar in matchup with Twins, Hughes

After one strong start for Triple-A Columbus, Danny Salazar will be recalled by Cleveland to start the second game of this three-game series against the Twins. He will square off against Twins right-hander Phil Hughes, who won 16 games last season but is still searching for his first victory of 2015.

4/17/2015 | Plouffe's 11th-inning blast lifts Twins past Tribe

Trevor Plouffe connected on a walk-off solo homer in the 11th inning to give the Twins a 3-2 win over the Indians on Friday night at Target Field. Plouffe's blast also gave the Twins their third straight win. Indians ace Corey Kluber's effort unraveled in the sixth inning after a perfect start to his night.

4/17/2015 | Brantley notches 2 hits in return from back stiffness

The Indians had a familiar face back in the heart of their batting order on Friday night. After missing six of Cleveland's first eight games with stiffness in his lower back, All-Star left fielder Michael Brantley returned to the lineup for the opener of a three-game road series against the Twins.

4/17/2015 | Salazar getting chance to reclaim rotation spot

Cleveland will officially recall Danny Salazar prior to Saturday's 2:10 p.m. ET game against the Twins, but the right-hander was already on hand at Target Field on Friday. The Indians will have to make a subsequent roster move in order to add Salazar, who will assume the rotation spot previously filled by right-hander Zach McAllister.

4/16/2015 | Tribe to recall Salazar for Saturday spot start

Danny Salazar did not make the Indians' rotation out of Spring Training, but it did not take the hard-throwing pitcher long to get the call back to the big leagues.

4/16/2015 | Bauer focused on improving body language on mound

Trevor Bauer knows that he might have been misunderstood at times in the past. By teammates. By coaches. By umpires. The young Indians pitcher realizes now that his body language on the hill may have played a role in the mixed signals.

4/16/2015 | #TBT: Feller tosses the one and only Opening Day no-hitter

It took around 40 years for it to happen the first time, and considering the 7 1/2 decades that have passed since then, it's looking like it may never happen again. And that would be probably be just fine with Bob Feller, who 75 years ago today, threw the first -- and to this day, only -- Opening Day no-hitter in modern day baseball history. And that's just how Feller wanted it to live in history -- forever.

4/15/2015 | Bauer's season-opening run ends with nine hitless innings

After tossing six no-hit innings in his season debut, Indians right-hander extended his streak to nine innings before giving up a single to Jose Abreu to begin the fourth.

4/15/2015 | Indians hope to push past early injuries

Even if the season is still wearing temporary tags, it has already asked an awful lot of a short-staffed club that can ill-afford a slow start in a deep division.

4/15/2015 | Bauer settles into comfort zone on mound

Is Trevor Bauer an overthinker? He doesn't think so. A bit socially awkward? Perhaps, but he's getting more comfortable in Cleveland every day. About to "arrive" as an impact starting pitcher? Bauer certainly did all he could this offseason to make that happen.

4/15/2015 | Kluber looks to get in win column vs. Pelfrey, Twins

Reigning American League Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber will take the mound for the Indians on Friday, seeking his first win of the 2015 season. For the opener of the three-game set, the Twins will hand the ball to righty Mike Pelfrey, who will be making his first start at home since last May 1.

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