Mills Steps In To Manage AL At MLB All-Star GameIndians bench coach Brad Mills will manage the American League team as a replacement for Indians manager Terry Francona, who is recovering from a procedure last week to correct an irregular heartbeat.
Rangers Pitcher Cashner Hit On Elbow By Broken BatTexas Rangers pitcher Andrew Cashner was struck on the right elbow by a broken bat Thursday against the Cleveland Indians.
Kluber Strikes Out 12 As Indians Beat Rangers 5-1Corey Kluber allowed three hits and struck out 12 in eight innings to help the Cleveland Indians beat the Texas Rangers 5-1 on Thursday.
Bauer, Brantley Spark Indians' 5-3 Win Over RangersYu Darvish (6-6) gave up three runs — two earned — in six innings and has one win in his last seven starts. The right-hander pitched seven shutout innings in his last start, but left as a precaution with tightness in his triceps.
Beltre Blast In 9th Beats IndiansAdrian Beltre broke a 1-1 tie with a two-out homer in the top of the 9th.
Napoli Gets AL Ring In Return To ClevelandMike Napoli's only season in Cleveland was a memorable one. Now playing for the Rangers, he made his first appearance at Progressive Field since helping the Indians reach the World Series last season.
Rangers Lose Big Lead And Game To IndiansThe Indian scored 13 unanswered runs after the Rangers led 9-2.
Rangers Activate Cole Hamels From Disabled ListThe Texas Ranges have activated left-handed pitcher Cole Hamels from the 10-day disabled list and will start him Monday night against the Cleveland Indians.
Puig Raises Middle Fingers At Cleveland FansAfter hitting a second-inning home run, Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig raised both middle fingers in the direction of fans seated in the dugout suites located on field level at Progressive Field in Cleveland.
Lindor Slam Gives AL Champ Indians Opening Sweep Of RangersThe Indians are 3-0 for the first time since 1998, while the Rangers last started 0-3 in 2007.
Rangers Rally But Fall Short, Drop To 0-2 Joey Gallo hit a mammoth 2-run blast and the Rangers led off the bottom of the 9th with back to back doubles, but it wasn't enough as they fall to Cleveland 4-3 at Globe Life Park.
2 Odor Homers Not Enough On Opening DayThe Indians scored three runs in the ninth to win it 8-5.