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Tropicana Field sucks. You know it, I know it, and Francisco Lindor knows it.
The Cleveland Indians have gone and done it.
The 2007 ALDS is still almost exclusively remembered for the odd bug attack on Joba Chamberlain.
Torii Hunter held his official retirement announcement press conference on Thursday morning at Target Field, calling it quits after a stellar 19-year career.
For many people, Twitter is a place to vent their frustrations. This especially holds true for sports fans.
A fan from the Royals-Indians game Tuesday night definitely woke up in the morning with a giant bump on his head.
Leave firework guy alone!
Terry Francona and the Indians wrapped up their series in Boston on Wednesday night, and Francona gave the folks at NESN a nice parting gift.
As amazing as they are, we see diving catches and robbed home runs nearly every day. What Alcides Escobar and Omar Infante did Tuesday, though, threw something a little different into the day’s highlight reel. The Royals middle infielders combined for a spectacular play on a grounder by Indians catcher Roberto Perez. Infante ran to
Sunday’s game between the Oakland A’s and the Cleveland Indians got off to a fun start, especially thanks to David Murphy. Check out the incredible home run robbing catch that Murphy made off of a first inning Stephen Vogt blast, and then pick up your jaw off the floor.
Your browser does not support iframes. Well, this isn’t something you see everyday. In the fourth inning of Tuesday night’s game between the Cleveland Indians and the Los Angeles Dodgers, Adrian Gonzalez hit a fly ball into left field and it was caught by Michael Brantley who immediately rifled the ball towards home plate in