Carlos Santana's slump is one for the ages

Cleveland Indians third baseman Carlos Santana is mired in one of the worst season-opening slumps in American League history. Entering the weekend, his batting average sits at a league-worst .143.

The one-game wonder

George Kottaras was designated for assignment by the Indians this week, after hitting two home runs in his only game with the team.

Tribe rotation having its best stretch in years

Cleveland Indians have been on an incredible roll over the last few days; it's been six years since we've seen them running this hot.

'54 Indians: Going the distance (again and again)


A perfect week prior helped make this lengthy road trip much more bearable. Next on the docket, a pair of series in Philadelphia and Baltimore.

Zero strikeouts?! That seems rare....

Cleveland Indians hitters didn't strike out a single time in Saturday's game. That's become a very rare occurrence around Major League Baseball.

1954 Indians: Let the winning commence


After two weeks, the Indians were just a half game out of last place, but the season was still young as they also stood just 2.5 games out of first.

1954 Indians: No-hitter avoided


After a losing record in the first week of the season, the Indians started a three week road trip with visits to Baltimore and Detroit.

1954 Indians: An early win by Early Wynn


After four straight 90 win seasons and three consecutive second place finishes, the Indians were desperate to find a way to overcome the Yankee juggernaut.

1954 Cleveland Indians: Offense by the splits


Last week we perused how the hitters by position fared against the league, this week we examine their splits.

Salazar and other elite, young K artists

A look at Danny Salazar and the other 23-year-old pitchers in baseball history who struck batters out at the highest rate, a group that includes Stephen Strasburg, Sam McDowell, Sandy Koufax,...

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