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Cleveland Indians

Stadium: Progressive Field | Manager: Terry Francona
Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Indians.2554601003.89
AL Central3rd2nd3rd2nd
American League 7th5th7th9th

Last Game

Sun, July 27
Kauffman Stadium
TV: FSN Kansas City
Cleveland Indians
at
Kansas City Royals
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Pitching

W: D. Salazar (3-4)
L:
B. Chen (2-3)

Home Runs

CLE - C. Santana (19),R. Raburn (3),C. Santana (20),Y. Gomes (14)  
KC
- None

Schedule

Fri Jul 18
W 9 - 3at DET
Recap
Sat Jul 19
W 6 - 2at DET
Recap
Sat Jul 19
W 5 - 2at DET
Recap
Sun Jul 20
L 5 - 1at DET
Recap
Mon Jul 21
L 4 - 3at MIN
Recap
Tue Jul 22
W 8 - 2at MIN
Recap
Wed Jul 23
L 3 - 1at MIN
Recap
Thu Jul 24
L 2 - 1at KC
Recap
Fri Jul 25
L 6 - 4at KC
Recap
Sat Jul 26
L 7 - 5at KC
Recap
Sun Jul 27
W 10 - 3at KC
Recap
7:05 pm EDT
Tue Jul 29
SEA
7:05 pm EDT
Wed Jul 30
SEA
7:05 pm EDT
Thu Jul 31
SEA
7:05 pm EDT
Fri Aug 1
TEX
7:05 pm EDT
Sat Aug 2
TEX
1:05 pm EDT
Sun Aug 3
TEX
7:05 pm EDT
Mon Aug 4
CIN
7:05 pm EDT
Tue Aug 5
CIN
7:10 pm EDT
Wed Aug 6
at CIN

Standings

AL
Central
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Detroit51-4157-45
Kansas City45-4753-51
Cleveland44-4752-53
Chicago41-4751-55
Minnesota41-4847-57
AL
West
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Oakland55-3765-39
Los Angeles56-3763-41
Seattle49-4454-51
Houston38-5342-63
Texas35-5541-64
AL
East
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Baltimore52-4258-46
Toronto47-4456-50
New York41-4354-50
Tampa Bay45-4651-54
Boston42-5148-57
1406500199
Danny Salazar fans seven in win over Royals
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Indians pitcher Danny Salazar put together a quality start Sunday afternoon against the Royals, improving to 3-4 on the year. The right-hander yielded three runs on seven hits and no walks while striking out seven over seven innings of a 10-3 victory.

Salazar won back-to-back starts for the first time this season. He owns a 4.96 ERA and a 1.56 WHIP over 10 starts (52 2/3 innings). He will make his next start Friday at home against Texas.

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Carlos Santana leaves the yard twice in win over Royals
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Indians first baseman Carlos Santana reached base four times and became the first player to homer five times in a series this season, leading his team to a 10-3 win over the Royals in Kansas City.

Santana launched a pair of two-run home runs -- one in the fifth and then again in the ninth. He added a single and finished 3 for 3 with two runs scored and four RBI. He owns a .232/.371/.456 slash line with 20 homers and 50 RBI in 340 at-bats. He also leads the American League with 72 walks.

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Indians haven't talked about promotion for Francisco Lindor
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Indians shortstop prospect Francisco Lindor hit a pair of home runs Saturday for Triple-A Columbus. The 20-year-old infielder is batting .333 (6 for 18) with one stolen base, three walks, four extra-base hits and five runs in five games since being promoted from Double-A Akron.

Indians manager Terry Francona said Sunday the team has not had any internal discussions about bringing Lindor to the majors later this season, per MLB.com.

"We haven't even talked about it," Francona said. "He's on a pretty fast track right now. ... I think the organization views Lindor as a mature enough kid that he'll probably handle whatever. So, I think [being in Triple-A] is good for him. He's a pretty young kid, but he's a very mature kid."

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Michael Bourn will need rehab assignment before returning
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Indians outfielder Michael Bourn (hamstring) will play in a few games on a rehab assignment before he comes off the disabled list, according to The Plain Dealer. Manager Terry Francona said Bourn will start running with more intensity this week.

"I don't think it's realistic that he's going to go out and play three days in a row after he's been down (for so long)," Francona said. "I could take longer. It's not just his hitting. It's his legs and his whole body.

"If he was a power-hitting first baseman, who couldn't run, it might be different. That's not the case."

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Jason Kipnis blames oblique injury for poor power numbers
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis admitted during a recent series in Minnesota the right oblique strain that put him on the disabled list in late April has limited his swing and robbed him of his power, according to The Plain Dealer.

Manager Terry Francona weighed in on the matter prior to Sunday's game at Kansas City. Kipnis has just two home runs and is slugging .326 in his last 59 games.

"I don't think he's in pain," Francona said. "I do think there are balls that he usually gets to, hitting wise, and he's fouled them off or swinging through them. I think he's frustrated, which I totally understand.

"But with good players, they play. I'm not sure you can always be 100 percent or we'd never have a team. From where I sit, you appreciate he's giving everything he has. That's why I'm quick to defend guys because more guys are banged up (than people realize)."

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2014 Team Leaders
AVGMichael Brantley , LF.316
HRCarlos Santana , 1B18
RBIMichael Brantley , LF64
OBPLonnie Chisenhall , 3B.382
SLGMichael Brantley , LF.503
RMichael Brantley , LF68
SBJason Kipnis , 2B15
WCorey Kluber , SP10
ERACorey Kluber , SP2.77
WHIPCorey Kluber , SP1.13
KCorey Kluber , SP162
SVCody Allen , RP13
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