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Cleveland Indians

Stadium: Progressive Field | Manager: Terry Francona
AL Central4th2nd1st2nd
American League 7th5th5th7th

Last Game

Fri, August 22
Progressive Field
TV: STO Network
Houston Astros
Cleveland Indians


W: T. Sipp (4-2)
C. Allen (4-3)

Home Runs

HOU - M. Gonzalez (6),J. Singleton (12)  
- Z. Walters (8)


Sun Aug 10
W 4 - 1at NYY
Tue Aug 12
Wed Aug 13
W 3 - 2ARI
Wed Aug 13
L 1 - 0ARI
Fri Aug 15
W 2 - 1BAL
Sat Aug 16
W 6 - 0BAL
Sun Aug 17
L 4 - 1BAL
Tue Aug 19
W 7 - 5at MIN
Wed Aug 20
W 5 - 0at MIN
Thu Aug 21
L 4 - 1at MIN
Fri Aug 22
L 5 - 1HOU
7:05 pm EDT
1:05 pm EDT
Sun Aug 24
8:10 pm EDT
Tue Aug 26
at CHW
8:10 pm EDT
Wed Aug 27
at CHW
8:10 pm EDT
Thu Aug 28
at CHW
8:10 pm EDT
Fri Aug 29
at KC
7:10 pm EDT
Sat Aug 30
at KC
8:07 pm EDT
Sun Aug 31
at KC
4:05 pm EDT
Mon Sep 1


Kansas City56-5171-56
Cody Allen hit with a loss Friday
by Chris Cwik |

Indians closer Cody Allen picked up a loss Friday against the Astros.

Allen entered with the game tied in the ninth inning. After giving up a walk with one out, Allen's defense started to let him down. The next batter reached on a throwing error, putting two men on base. Another throwing error was made against the next batter, allowing a run to score. Allen then issued another walk, and gave up a three-run blast to Jon Singleton. He managed to get out of the inning, but the damage was done.

Allen allowed four runs, though none were earned, on one hit and two walks in his only inning. He dropped to 4-3 with the loss. 

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Carlos Carrasco turns in a strong start Friday
by Chris Cwik |

Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco turned in a fine start Friday against the Astros.

Carrasco gave up one run on two hits over six innings. He struck out eight and walked two during the outing. The only blemish against Carrasco during the start was a solo home run. In the top of the fifth, Marwin Gonzalez managed to take Carrasco out to right to start the scoring. Other than that, Carrasco was excellent against Houston. He was pulled after throwing 90 pitches. He left with the game tied, earning the no-decision.

Carrasco will take on the White Sox in his next start. 

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Yan Gomes dealing with minor concussion; no DL move yet
by Chris Towers |

Indians team doctors think catcher Yan Gomes might have a minor concussion, manager Terry Francona told The Chronicle-Telegram Friday. The team has yet to make a decision on whether Gomes will go on the 7-day concussion disabled list yet, however, though he is not in the lineup for Friday's game against the Astros. 

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Yan Gomes still sidelined Friday
by Chris Towers |

Indians catcher Yan Gomes was unable to return to the lineup Friday for the start of a series against the Astros, as he continues to deal with the effects of taking a foul ball off the mask Thursday. At this point, he is considered day to day, and the extent of the issue is not yet known.

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Zach Walters on the verge of mattering
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

For the fourth time with the Indians and the seventh time in 72 big-league at-bats this year, Zach Walters homered Thursday. And judging by his 29 homers in 487 at-bats at Triple-A last year and his 17 homers in 268 at-bats at Triple-A this year, it's something he'll continue to do.

Though he's been playing DH for the Indians, Walters' most important attribute is that he's eligible at shortstop. Offensive production as a whole is scarce at the position, and power hitting especially.

So it's a match made in Fantasy heaven, at least in theory -- the same one that had Fantasy owners flocking to Javier Baez upon his arrival.

But while Baez has long been touted as a face-of-the-franchise type, Walters was just a spare part for the Nationals -- one easily expended at the trade deadline. While the disparity no doubt says something about Walters' upside, it may say even more about his downside. Quite simply, his shortcomings may prove to be more than he can overcome.

He's a swing-at-anything type, striking out more than 100 times more than he walked at Triple-A last year. He hit only .253 as a result, which doesn't bode well for his chances in the majors. If you need cheap homers, he's a sneaky way to get them out of a middle infield spot. Just don't expect much more than a .200 batting average from him.

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2014 Team Leaders
AVGMichael Brantley , LF.314
HRCarlos Santana , 1B21
RBIMichael Brantley , LF80
OBPMichael Brantley , LF.373
SLGMichael Brantley , LF.503
RMichael Brantley , LF78
SBJason Kipnis , 2B17
WCorey Kluber , SP13
ERACorey Kluber , SP2.46
WHIPCorey Kluber , SP1.08
KCorey Kluber , SP205
SVCody Allen , RP16
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