Michael Brantley, Cleveland Indians earn redemption in 6-4 victory over Oakland to gain split | cleveland.com - The Indians rallied for three runs in the ninth to beat the A's and earn a split in Wednesday's doubleheader.
Oakland A's can't complete doubleheader sweep of Cleveland Indians - San Jose Mercury News - Oakland A's settle for a split after Cleveland Indians rally to win nightcap of doubleheader
Drivers headed to Cleveland Indians home opener face Inner Belt changes | cleveland.com - Leave early if you are going to the Cleveland Indians opener
Cleveland Indians' home opener a reminder of last year's playoff game, this year's high expectations | cleveland.com - Friday's home opener against the Twins, though, will serve as a continuation of what the Tribe initiated last fall. It will be another chance for the Indians to capture -- and perhaps even maintain -- the city's attention.
SportsTime Ohio, Dish Network are staring each other down and playing hardball - Crain's Cleveland Business
SportsTime Ohio, Dish Network locked in fee dispute
Danny Salazar on Returning from Surgery Too Soon | FanGraphs Baseball - Indians' treatment of Salazar's recovery analyzed.
Clippers Opening Day is Today (weather permitting)
Baseball: Clippers’ Trevor Bauer pitches in to improve | The Columbus Dispatch - A year later, Trevor Bauer really is starting the International League season opener for the Clippers against Indianapolis tonight at Huntington Park.
Baseball | Clippers season preview: Meet the team | The Columbus Dispatch - Meet your opening day Columbus Clippers
Baseball: Tribe’s Michael Bourn set to rehab with Clippers, but weather a factor | The Columbus Dispatch - Cleveland Indians center fielder Michael Bourn worked out with the Clippers yesterday afternoon at Huntington Park and is expected to begin an injury rehabilitation assignment in the season opener tonight.
Prospects to watch: Akron RubberDucks | FOX Sports on MSN - If you wanted to pinpoint one Cleveland Indians farm team to pay close attention to at the outset of this season, then the Double-A Akron RubberDucks are your team.
MLB players still struggle with their stance on PEDs. | SportsonEarth.com : Will Leitch Article - Everybody loves to tear apart PED users, until they actually meet one. That seems to be what happened to David Aardsma, who came out strongly opposed to Jhonny Peralta's big Cardinals contract in the wake of a suspension -- until he became Peralta's teammate.
Cleveland mongo sends talk show host into a tizzy | Awful Announcing - Bruce Drennan gets prank called.