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.
Darvish Gets His 1st Rangers Opener Against AL Champ IndiansDarvish will be on the mound on opening day for the Rangers for the first time Monday. The two-time defending AL West champions take on the American League champion Cleveland Indians.
30 Players: Tyler Naquin Hopes To Hold On To Starting Job For IndiansThe Indians look to return to the Fall Classic and will need some help from their young outfielder to do so.
Cleveland Will Host 2019 MLB All-Star GameA person familiar with the decision said Thursday that the Indians will host the 2019 MLB All-Star Game at Progressive Field. The team will hold a news conference on Friday to formally announce the event.
AP Source: Indians, Encarnacion Agree To ContractThere had been talk the Texas Rangers were interested in Encarnacion.
Indians Do Not Make Qualifying Offers To Napoli, DavisThe Cleveland Indians did not make qualifying offers to free agents Mike Napoli or Rajai Davis, two players who helped get them to the World Series.
Five Things: Cubs Win World SeriesThe 108 year drought is over. The Chicago Cubs are champions once again.