The revival of Scott Kazmir is still a process in the making.
Indians manager Terry Francona will return to Fenway Park for the first time as the skipper of a team besides the Red Sox on Thursday.
Lineup depth is something the Indians have in bunches.
The Indians scored five runs on 10 hits in five innings against Tigers ace Justin Verlander, but Ubaldo Jimenez's struggles created too big a hole in Wednesday's 11-7 defeat.
Indians manager Terry Francona will watch a game from the visitors' dugout at Fenway Park for the first time since leaving the club after the 2011 season and Zach McAllister and Ryan Dempster will take the mound for Thursday's series opener.
The first-place Indians are a blast to watch these days, and part of the reason for that is second baseman Jason Kipnis, who may be on the verge of becoming a legitimate star.
Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera might impact a game more than any other hitter in baseball right now. Cabrera's influence on an outcome was certainly evident on Tuesday night, when the Indians took their chances with pitching to him at a critical juncture of a 5-1 loss.
Tim Belcher and Johnny Goryl were selected to represent Cleveland when the Draft begins on June 6 in MLB Network's Studio 42 in Secaucus, N.J. Belcher is a special assistant in the club's baseball operations department, and Goryl is the adviser of player development for the Tribe.
Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic -- co-hosts of the popular ESPN morning radio show "Mike and Mike" -- will be at Progressive Field during the Tribe's two-game series with Detroit.
Indians manager Terry Francona is not sure how Twitter works and he does not care to find out. Francona was also fine with closer Chris Perez's explanation for deleting the social-media account he used to interact with fans the past few years.
Nick Swisher is the new father of a baby girl, and Cleveland placed him on the paternity leave list before Tuesday's game against Detroit. The Indians recalled infielder Cord Phelps from Triple-A Columbus to replace Swisher on the roster.
Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer's baseball history is a fascinating story of outstanding pitching highlights, unconventional training techniques, personal conviction, endless commentary and differing opinions.
Winners of 18 of their last 22 games, the Cleveland Indians are starting to look like real contenders in a tough AL Central. Their current run may be enough to make anyone a believer.
Speaking after Monday's thrilling 10-8 walk-off win in extra innings, Indians closer Chris Perez sounded like a guy who thinks something might be wrong.
Indians ace Justin Masterson was named the American League Player of the Week after throwing two scoreless outings last week.
On Monday afternoon, the Indians did it again. The Tribe put its never-say-die mentality on full display in a 10-8 victory over Seattle in 10 innings at Progressive Field, a win delivered courtesy of a three-run walk-off home run from catcher Yan Gomes.
Ryan Raburn knows he's not going to play every day. And the 32-year-old utilityman, who was named the American League Player of the Week earlier this month, is OK with that.
After Michael Brantley smoked a 93 mph pitch from Seattle ace Felix Hernandez for a three-run homer in Sunday's 6-0 win, he rounded the bases, high-fived his teammates and pointed to somebody in the stands. That person was his father, former Major Leaguer Mickey Brantley.
First, it was a neck strain that landed catcher Lou Marson on the 15-day disabled list. And now he's on it again -- this time with right shoulder inflammation. He's participating in a throwing program, but has "no clue" when he'll return.
Justin Masterson fanned 11 in seven scoreless frames, and the Tribe knocked six runs (five earned) off Felix Hernandez in a 6-0 victory at Progressive Field.
Yan Gomes has appeared sporadically for the Indians this season, but he has a way of making those sightings count. He's playing slick defense and posting strong offensive numbers.
In speaking with the media on Sunday, Ross Atkins raved about shortstop prospect Francisco Lindor.
For the second straight game, Cleveland won in walk-off fashion. After closer Chris Perez blew a two-run lead in the top of the ninth, the Tribe calmly went about its business in the bottom half. Mark Reynolds hit a run-scoring grounder with the bases loaded, and the Indians won their third in a row, 5-4.
Vinnie Pestano returned from the DL and pitched the 10th inning of the Indians 6-3 win on Friday, and he reports that he felt fine. Going forward, he is going to change his routine on days when he doesn't pitch in order to ward off future injury.
Brett Myers has been on the 15-day disabled list with a right elbow injury since April 20. The pitcher had complained of more soreness between outings than during the games he pitched, but he said that he felt fine on Saturday following his first rehab appearance.
Tony Wolters, who is making the transition to catching this season after spending his career as a middle infielder, was in Cleveland for a one-day catching clinic Saturday. The 20-year-old prospect worked with bench coach Sandy Alomar Jr. and bullpen coach Kevin Cash -- both former catchers -- during his day with the Tribe.
Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis played the hero on Friday night. Kipnis drilled a walk-off, three-run home run off Seattle lefty Lucas Luetge in the 10th inning at Progressive Field, sending Cleveland to a 6-3 victory in front of a raucous crowd.
A shorter swing has helped Jason Kipnis dig himself out of his early-season slump. Recently, the Indians second baseman has not only been one of the most potent bats in Cleveland's lineup, but also one of the top hitters in baseball.
The Indians activated reliever Vinnie Pestano from the 15-day disabled list on Friday.
This is the first year that Indians pitching coach Mickey Callaway has been tasked with leading and shaping a Major League staff. Asked to talk about the things Callaway does well in working with pitchers, manager Terry Francona responded, "How much time do you have?"