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Indians 2B Jason Kipnis continues to thrive as leadoff hitter
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Not many moves have worked for the Indians this season, but the elevation of Jason Kipnis to the leadoff spot last week is one that has.

Kipnis singled twice, walked twice and scored twice in a Saturday loss to Toronto. He has seven hits, six walks and five runs in seven games since the switch was made.

The second baseman singled and scored in the first, then walked and scored in the third against the Blue Jays.

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The Corey Kluber of 2014 still missing Saturday for Indians
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Forget about Waldo. Where's Corey Kluber?

The Kluber that won the American League Cy Young Award for the Indians last season is missing. He has been replaced by a guy who continued to struggle Saturday against Toronto and fell to 0-4 on the year.

Kluber performed decently early in the year and could have sued his hitters for non-support. But his most recent performance in which he gave up four runs on eight hits in five innings continued a string of uncharacteristically bad outings.

"I think the biggest thing is probably just needing to sequence a little better," Kluber said. "I'm not doing that good of a job of keeping guys honest. For the most part, guys are kind of hanging out over the plate and when they're doing that, you kind of eliminate one half of the plate, so when you do make a mistake it's kind of magnified.

The right-hander gave up a run-scoring double to Edwin Encarnacion in the first, then collapsed in the middle innings. He allowed a game-tying home run to Russell Martin in the fourth, two-run single to Jose Bautista in the fifth and two baserunners in the sixth before his merciful removal.

Kluber, whose ERA has skyrocketed from 2.49 to 4.62 over the last three starts, has surrendered 31 hits in his last 17 1/3 innings pitched. He will attempt to find himself Friday against Minnesota.

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Indians CF Michael Bourn (neck) late scratch for Saturday
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

Center fielder Michael Bourn was a late scratch for the Indians on Saturday, citing a neck strain as the issue, reports MLB.com.

Tyler Holt filled in for Bourn in right field and in the ninth spot in the lineup.

Bourn injured his neck in Friday's game when, after losing his helmet while running the bases, dove into home plate head first, slamming his head on the play.

"He bumped the side of his head," Indians manager Terry Francona said. "I think it just kind of rang his bell for a second."

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Indians LF Michael Brantley hits first home run of season on Friday
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

Indians left fielder Michael Brantley went 2 for 5 with a two-run home run in Friday night's victory over the Blue Jays. Brantley also singled and scored twice on the evening. Brantley's fourth-inning bomb broke a 4-4 tie, and the Indians went on to win 9-4.

This was Brantley's first home run of the year, after hitting 20 last season. However, Brantley is still hitting well, with a slash line of .455/.486/.697 over his last eight games. 

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Indians 2B Jason Kipnis launches lead-off home run Friday vs. Jays
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis made quick work to give the Tribe an early run against the Blue Jays on Friday. In the bottom of the first inning, Kipnis took the second pitch thrown by Jays' starter Mark Buehrle over the right-field wall for a lead-off home run.

It was Kipnis' second homer of the season. He also walked and singled in four at-bats Friday as the Indians went on to win 9-4. Over his last 10 games, Kipnis is batting just .238, but has two home runs and six RBI.

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2015 Team Leaders
AVGBrandon Moss , RF.239
HRBrandon Moss , RF4
RBIBrandon Moss , RF16
OBPCarlos Santana , 1B.383
SLGBrandon Moss , RF.493
RCarlos Santana , 1B13
SBJose Ramirez , SS3
WDanny Salazar , SP3
ERATrevor Bauer , SP1.80
WHIPTrevor Bauer , SP1.12
KCorey Kluber , SP36
SVCody Allen , RP4

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