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5/29/2015 | Mariners call on southpaw Elias vs. Marcum, Indians

The Mariners are hoping that Saturday's contest against the Indians will present a favorable matchup. Cleveland has struggled against left-handed pitching for most of this season and Seattle will be handing the ball to one of its hot hands, lefty Roenis Elias.

5/29/2015 | Slumping Chisenhall shines with defense, baserunning

While dealing with a persistent offensive slump, Lonnie Chisenhall has tried to focus on other ways he can help the Indians. The third baseman has improved his defense and has developed into one of Cleveland's best baserunners.

5/29/2015 | Santana plans to rejoin Indians on Sunday

The Indians were willing to give Carlos Santana until Tuesday to suit back up with the team, but the first baseman will rejoin the club in Seattle before the end of the current series.

5/29/2015 | Kipnis sets May franchise mark as hits keep coming

Jason Kipnis collected two hits Thursday to give him 15 multi-hit games and 48 total hits this month. The 48 hits represent the most in the month of May by a Cleveland batter since at least 1914, surpassing Bobby Avila's 1954 record of 47.

5/29/2015 | Kluber puts early struggles further in rearview

With a baker's dozen of strikeouts, Corey Kluber ended this month with 60 punchouts, which moved him past Washington's Max Scherzer for the most whiffs in the Majors (96) at the moment.

5/29/2015 | Kluber racks up 13 K's; Tribe tops Mariners

The Indians got another good outing from their rejuvenated Cy Young Award winner and the Mariners were left with concerns about their emerging young starter in a 5-3 Cleveland win that opened a four-game series at Safeco Field on Thursday night.

5/28/2015 | Bauer goes for 3rd straight win vs. Walker, Mariners

Whatever the problem was earlier this month for Trevor Bauer, the young Indians starter seems to have sorted out the issue. The right-hander will look to continue his recent hot stretch going on Friday night, when Cleveland continues its four-game set with the Mariners at Safeco Field.

5/28/2015 | Santana on paternity list; Sands gets callup

Prior to Thursday's game against the Mariners, Cleveland placed Carlos Santana on Major League Baseball's paternity list, which allows a player to be away from the team for a maximum of three days. Santana and his wife welcomed a daughter on Thursday morning back in Cleveland.

5/28/2015 | Atchison placed on DL with ankle injury

Cleveland placed Scott Atchison on the 15-day disabled with a sprained left ankle, and promoted right-hander Austin Adams from Triple-A Columbus to take his place in the bullpen for the time being.

5/27/2015 | Bourn breaks out with outstanding day at plate

During Wednesday's 12-3 rout of the Rangers, Michael Bourn kept his recent hot streak going with one stolen base, two RBIs and three hits. The center fielder contributed a pair of RBI singles, including one within Cleveland's eight-run outburst in the third inning against Texas right-hander Colby Lewis.

5/27/2015 | Entire lineup contributes to Indians' offensive outburst

In the third inning of a 12-3 rout of the Rangers, Carlos Santana crushed a pitch from Rangers starter Colby Lewis to deep center field, where the baseball bounced into the bushes beyond the wall to cap off an eight-run outburst.

5/27/2015 | Paxton, Mariners welcome Kluber, Tribe to open homestand

The Indians wrapped up a six-game homestand and head to Seattle for the first of two meetings between the clubs this season. For Seattle, it marks the beginning of an 11-game homestand, the longest of its season. Corey Kluber (2-5, 3.49 ERA) starts the opener for Cleveland, opposing James Paxton (3-2, 3.52 ERA) for Seattle.

5/27/2015 | Santana back in lineup; Salazar should make next start

One day after they each dealt with injury issues, first baseman Carlos Santana and starter Danny Salazar were on the mend for the Indians.

5/27/2015 | Players shave heads to support Aviles' daughter

It began with only a handful of players during the Indians' last road trip. Slowly, more and more members of Cleveland's team and staff began joining the cause, shaving their heads as a collective show of support for Mike Aviles' young daughter, Adriana, who has leukemia.

5/27/2015 | Tribe's big 3rd inning ends Rangers' win streak

The Indians concluded a six-game homestand in overwhelming fashion on Wednesday afternoon. Cleveland used an eight-run third inning to power its way to a 12-3 rout of the Rangers, snapping Texas' seven-game winning streak in the process.

5/27/2015 | MLB.TV unveils new Web-based media player

Major League Baseball Advanced Media is introducing its new Web-based media player (version 5.0), for those who currently subscribe or those who sign up now for MLB.TV Premium ($114.99 a year or $24.99 a month) or regular MLB.TV ($94.99/$19.99). You'll notice the difference right away as the HD media player has an in-page layout, so it all happens in your browser with no need for an additional download.

5/27/2015 | Brantley headlines night of missed chances

It was an ideal situation for the Indians. With two outs in the ninth inning on Tuesday night, a pair of mistakes by the Rangers -- a fielding miscue by shortstop Elvis Andrus and closer Shawn Tolleson hitting Carlos Santana with a pitch -- set the stage for a Tribe comeback. But it wasn't to be, and the Indians lost, 4-3.

5/26/2015 | Carrasco, Lewis set to battle in Cleveland finale

The Indians and Rangers wrap up their three-game set on Wednesday afternoon in Cleveland, marking the last time the two teams will face each other in 2015.

5/26/2015 | McAllister works on fielding after costly error

Zach McAllister was on the mound at Progressive Field several hours before Tuesday's games, working on fielding drills with Indians pitching coach Mickey Callaway one day after making a costly error. This was not punishment for the right-handed pitcher.

5/26/2015 | Brantley, Kipnis seek support after All-Star update

Jason Kipnis was not among the top five at his position when the first round of American League All-Star balloting results were released on Tuesday afternoon. Cleveland left fielder Michael Brantley -- ranked ninth among AL outfielders -- was the team's lone representative in the first look at the ongoing fan voting.

5/26/2015 | Rangers outmuscle Tribe to win 7th straight

Mitch Moreland launched a go-ahead home run off Indians lefty Nick Hagadone in the eighth inning, helping power Texas to a 4-3 victory over Cleveland on Tuesday night. The win marked the seventh in a row for the surging Rangers.

5/26/2015 | AL All-Star Game ballot update: May 26

At the first update in the 2015 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot for the American League, the Royals have five players in position to start the July 14 Midsummer Classic at Great American Ball Park, and another four among the voting leaders. Royals catcher Salvador Perez, an All-Star in each of the last two seasons, leads all AL players in balloting with 1,447,753 total votes.

5/25/2015 | Errors, Marcum's struggles snap streak

Zach McAllister stood in Cleveland's clubhouse, flanked by reporters, answering for the critical seventh-inning throwing error that cost the Indians in a 10-8 loss to the Rangers on Monday. Not long after the pitcher's terse replies, it was starter Shaun Marcum who shouldered the blame.

5/25/2015 | Memorial Day a family affair for Francona

Memorial Day means a little more to Indians manager Terry Francona these days. Appreciation for the annual holiday grew for him after his son, Nick, joined the United States Marines and served overseas.

5/25/2015 | Easing back, Gomes sits vs. Rangers

Indians catcher Yan Gomes -- sidelined since April 12 due to a sprained right knee -- returned from the 15-day DL for Sunday's 5-2 win over the Reds, but was out of the starting lineup for Monday's opener against Texas.

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