'54 flashback: 6-1 week adds one game to lead

After seventeen straight road games, the Indians headed home to take on the Red Sox and Senators.


Cowboy rides against Royals

Josh Tomlin looks for his first win since June 28, and there's no way Ryan Raburn can screw it up. Is there?

'54 flashback: Two ties highlight 5-1 week


Still nursing just a half game lead, the Indians had a full week of road games slated, one with the Senators, four with the Red Sox and three with the Yankees.

Best pitching performances of 2014, and since 1981

Josh Tomlin pitched a gem earlier this season for the Indians in Seattle, a complete game shutout with 11 strikeouts. It's easily the team's best pitching performance of 2014. Where does it rank...

My interview with Hall of Famer Dennis Eckersley

An interview with Hall of Fame pitcher Dennis Eckersley, who discusses being drafted by the Cleveland Indians, his memories from the early years of his career, giving up the famous home run by Kirk...

Has the defense improved at all? Please say yes.

Earlier this week, the question was posed, has the porous defense progressed at all? So let us review the horrors that are the gentleman that are supposed to use their gloves.

'54 flashback: All Star week, Rosen shines


A rough week prior had the Indians thankful for the All Star break. Unfortunately it wouldn’t be a full break for most of them.

Indians trade for Chris Dickerson (Now Mr. 1800)


As noted by Jordan Bastian, the Indians have traded a PTBNL or cash to the Pittsburgh Pirates for Chris Dickerson. He will start in LF tonite. To make room on the roster catcher George Kottaras had...

'54 flashback: Unknown hits big, but lead shrinks


It was a good thing our beloved Tribe went 6-0 the previous week because this week’s schedule is brutal: Nine games, two double headers and not a single day off.

VIDEO: Indians turn incredible triple play

The Cleveland Indians turned a triple play Tuesday night against the Los Angeles Dodgers, and even as triple plays go, this one was a rare breed.


The first team since the Dead Ball Era...

The Cleveland Indians became only the fifth team since the end of the Dead Ball Era to be held to one hit or fewer in back-to-back games.

'54 Indians flashback: Tribe go 6-0, extend lead


A poor week against the Athletics and Yankees let the White Sox creep within 1.5 games. This week, a short to gamer in Baltimore and a Fourth of July weekend with the White Sox.

Who was the last Indian voted to start the ASG?

Once again, the Cleveland Indians aren't going to have anyone voted in as a starter for the MLB All-Star Game. This is nothing new. In fact, it's gotten quite old, as the team has gone years and...

'54 Indians flashback: Tribe go 2-4, lead shrinks


The Indians had finally gained some breathing by taking seven of eight from the Red Sox and Senators the week before. They looked to keep the lead or even extend it with visits from the Athletics...

Watch a bunch of walk-offs and pick your favorite


Nick Swisher hit the 9th walk-off grand slam in Jacobs/Progressive Field history Thursday afternoon, joining a select group who have provided the Cleveland faithful with about as exciting a moment...

Justin Masterson sure does hit a lot of batters

Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Justin Masterson has hit more batters with pitches this decade than anyone else in MLB.

'54 Indians flashback: Tribe go 7-1, build a lead


A four city trip through New York, Philadelphia, Washington and Boston had resulted in a 9-4 record. But there was one last game in Boston before home rematches with the Senators and Red Sox.

Indians pitchers on pace for MLB strikeout record

Cleveland Indians posted one of the highest strikeout totals in history in 2013. In 2014, they're whiffing batters at an even higher rate, and are on pace for the all-time MLB record.

Was that the best performance in Indians history?

Lonnie Chisenhall had a game for the ages last night, going 5 for 5 with 3 home runs and 9 RBI. It ranks among the best games ever, and has an argument as the best performance in Cleveland Indians...

'54 Indians flashback: Tribe romps in Fenway


With the Indians in a deadlock with the White Sox and the Yankees hot on their heels, they looked to complete the road trip in D.C and Boston.

Remembering 10-Cent Beer Night, 40 years later


It was 40 years ago today that the Cleveland Indians hosted their infamous 10-Cent Beer Night, which culminated in a wild 9th-inning scene that forced the Tribe to forfeit the game.

Corey Kluber joins Clemens the Big Unit, and Pedro

Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Corey Kluber was tremendous in the month of May, with 60 strikeouts and only 8 walks. Those figures put him in very elite company for MLB history.

'54 Indians flashback: The race tightens


With just a one game lead, the Indians faced the White Sox, Yankees and A’s in an eight game week.

Corey Kluber had the best K month in Tribe history

Corey Kluber just posted the top strikeout rate for any month in Cleveland Indians history.

Abort, retry, fail, repeat: Errors at third base

Earlier this season, we documented Yan Gomes’ struggles behind the dish. Somehow we neglected to notice just how poorly our third baseman, Carlos Santana and Lonnie Chisenhall, have also been doing.


A visit to Van Meter

An Indians fan's visit to the Bob Feller Museum in Van Meter, Iowa

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