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5/5/2016 | Smooth performance: Vintage Brantley back

In a 9-4 victory over the Tigers that completed a three-game series sweep, Michael Brantley drove in three runs, churned out four hits and made an impressive running, tumbling catch at a critical point in the game.


5/5/2016 | Indians pile on for sweep, now 6-0 vs. Tigers

The Tigers have been an annual thorn in Cleveland's side during Indians manager Terry Francona's time at the helm. With a 9-4 victory over Detroit on Thursday night, the Tribe continued to flip the script in a rivalry that had been fairly one-sided in recent years.


5/5/2016 | Indians, Perez opt for surgery on right thumb

The Indians were waiting until Thursday to determine the best course of action for backup catcher Roberto Perez. While Perez was hoping to avoid surgery on his right thumb, that has been deemed the best approach for his return to the field.


5/5/2016 | Lindor making case as baseball's best shortstop

For all the hype given to Carlos Correa, Cleveland's Francisco Lindor has a pretty good argument himself to be considered "baseball's best shortstop."


5/5/2016 | How has Tribe fared with Santana leading off?

Carlos Santana is getting comfortable seeing his name in the top slot of the Indians' lineup. More important to the designated hitter, however, is Cleveland's record with him serving as the leadoff man.


5/5/2016 | Jay, Urias among top prospect performers Wednesday

A new month has already brought better results for Tyler Jay, who, on Wednesday, fired a season-high 6 1/3 scoreless innings. The 22-year-old lefty scattered five hits, walked two and matched his season high with seven strikeouts while also inducing six ground-ball outs.


5/4/2016 | Kluber battles early, escapes to go distance

When Corey Kluber worked to two strikes on Tigers slugger Justin Upton in the ninth inning Wednesday night, everyone knew what was coming next. The third pitch that flew from Kluber's fingers was his signature breaking ball, and Upton did not stand a chance.


5/4/2016 | Fulmer out to thwart Tribe's sweep in encore

Michael Fulmer threw power against the Twins with 95-mph fastballs and sliders to win his Major League debut and earn another outing. He's going to need a change of pace to hold down the Indians' lineup and try to help the Tigers finally beat Cleveland this season.


5/4/2016 | Kluber blanks Tigers as 4th strong with Tribe

Indians ace Corey Kluber turned in a vintage performance on Wednesday night, creating a wave of groundball outs in a complete game and sidestepping a handful of jams en route to a 4-0 victory over the Tigers at Progressive Field.


5/4/2016 | Ring or no ring, Shaw bringing serious heat

Bryan Shaw had five wedding bands on his left ring finger when reporters approached him at his locker on Tuesday night. Wearing a smirk, the Indians reliever wanted to make something crystal clear: He did not have a ring on under his glove during his brief outing against the Tigers.


5/4/2016 | Adding catching depth, Tribe acquires Gimenez

The Indians made a move to help strengthen their catching situation on Wednesday, acquiring Chris Gimenez from the Rangers in exchange for cash considerations.


5/3/2016 | Francisco treat: Lindor leads with bat, glove

Francisco Lindor's audience at Progressive Field is growing accustomed to seeing the shortstop smiling wide out on the field. There it was again on Tuesday night, when he pulled off another stunning defensive play in the second inning against the Tigers.


5/3/2016 | Kluber out to maintain winning feeling vs. Tigers

Indians starter Corey Kluber entered the season with two wins in 12 career starts against the Tigers. On Wednesday, he'll try to beat Detroit for the second time in a week and a half and help the Tribe secure a series win at Progressive Field.


5/3/2016 | Indians pounce on Verlander to claim opener

Francisco Lindor led a rejuvenated Indians offense on Tuesday night, collecting three hits and launching a three-run home run off Detroit's Justin Verlander to help Cleveland claim a 7-3 victory at Progressive Field.


5/3/2016 | Perez may face surgery for fractured thumb

With his right thumb wrapped in a black brace on Tuesday, Indians catcher Roberto Perez stood at his locker, unsure how much time he is going to be sidelined. Right now, there is only one positive when it comes to his hand injury. "I'm glad I got the out," Perez said with a smile.


5/3/2016 | Demeritte, Mendez among top prospect performers Monday

Class A Advanced High Desert has been rolling of late, winning eight of their last 10 games to move into first place atop the California League South division. Lefty Yohander Mendez and second baseman Travis Demeritte have been key to High Desert's early success.