Cleveland takes 3-game slide into matchup with Washington
Cleveland Indians (93-67, second in the AL Central) vs. Washington Nationals (91-69, second in the AL East)
Sanó’s grand slam leads Twins to sweep of Indians
CLEVELAND (AP) — With one swing Miguel Sanó sent the Minnesota Twins to a doubleheader sweep and maybe a division title.
Sanó's grand slam capped a five-run eighth inning and the Twins...
Indians lose to Royals after losing Ramírez with broken hand
CLEVELAND (AP) — José Ramírez swung and felt something crack.
It was a bone in his right hand. It may as well have been Cleveland's postseason hopes.
Kansas City takes on Cleveland in division matchup
Cleveland Indians (60-42, second in the AL Central) vs. Kansas City Royals (39-65, fourth in the AL Central)
Turnbull scheduled to start for Detroit against Cleveland
Detroit Tigers (29-61, fifth in the AL Central) vs. Cleveland Indians (53-40, second in the AL Central)
Four Cleveland pitchers limit Detroit to one hit in 8-0 win
CLEVELAND (AP) — A single by Nicholas Castellanos in the fifth inning prevented Zach Plesac and three Cleveland Indians relievers from making history.
Brake time: Twins rally, slow charging Indians 5-3 in opener
CLEVELAND (AP) — The Twins returned from the All-Star break and pumped the brakes on the Indians.
Slowing Cleveland's charge in the standings, Jorge Polanco's two-run double in the seventh...
Gallo, Kiner-Falefa homer in 12th, Rangers beat Indians 8-6
CLEVELAND (AP) — The Texas Rangers were on the verge of another difficult loss Tuesday night when they were saved by their offense.
Joey Gallo and Isiah Kiner-Falefa homered on consecutive pitches off Nick Goody in the 12th inning and Texas beat the Cleveland Indians 8-6.
Michael Brantley tied the game in the ninth with a two-out grand slam off Keone Kela, but the Rangers bailed out their closer who entered the game with a 6-2 lead.
Miller’s absence felt by Indians as Mariners win 5-4
CLEVELAND (AP) — The first day without Andrew Miller didn't work out too well for the Cleveland Indians.
Kyle Seager's RBI double in the eighth off Nick Goody lifted the Seattle Mariners to a 5-4 win on Thursday night.
With Miller on the disabled list after straining his left hamstring on Wednesday, the AL Central-leading Indians used three relievers in the eighth.
Dickerson’s homer lifts Rays to 4-1 win over Indians
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Corey Dickerson finally delivered a big hit for the Tampa Bay Rays with men on base.
Dickerson's broke out of an 0-for-21 slump with a three-run homer in the eighth inning that carried the Rays to a 4-1 win over the Cleveland Indians on Thursday night. Tampa Bay had scored only four runs in its previous five games.
Indians recall Nick Goody, option Shawn Armstrong
CLEVELAND (AP) — The Cleveland Indians, forced to use infielder Michael Martinez as a pitcher in Thursday's loss to the Chicago White Sox, have recalled right-hander Nick Goody from Triple-A Columbus.
Right-hander Shawn Armstrong, one of six pitchers used in the 10-4 defeat, was optioned to Columbus.
Yankees trade reliever Nick Goody to Indians
NEW YORK (AP) — Pitcher Nick Goody has been traded from the New York Yankees to the Cleveland Indians for a player to be named or $50,000.
The teams said Tuesday the swap must be completed by May 5.
Luis Severino brought back by Yankees as rosters expand
NEW YORK (AP) — Luis Severino rejoined the New York Yankees ahead of Friday night's game against Baltimore after three minor league appearances.
The 22-year-old right-hander was 5-3 with a 2.89 ERA as a rookie in the final two months of last season but has struggled this year and was sent to the minors three times. He is 1-8 with a 7.19 ERA for the Yankees in 2016 and is their first pitcher to lose six straight starts since Kevin Brown in 2004-05.
CLEVELAND (AP) — The New York Yankees have optioned rookie right-hander Chad Green to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre a day after he allowed four home runs against Cleveland.
Green gave up three of them in the first inning of Friday's 10-2 loss, including back-to-back homers by Carlos Santana and Jason Kipnis to start the game. He also allowed a 462-foot home run to Mike Napoli in the third that nearly hit the left field scoreboard.